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    Friday's Fiendish Reads...thru aching wisdom teeth!

    I am a tad behind on my reading because the god of wisdom teeth struck back at me. And yes...I will be strapped to a chair next week having a wonderful dentist dig the tooth out. Oh joy. (If I could only get the picture of Dr. Giggles or The Dentist out of my mind...)

    But on the positive side of things I have a great list I have been digging (yeah pardon the pun) through with some additions.  I have to say that the best read I have read this year is one I am nearly finished with: Maneater by Thomas Emson. This book is absolutely brilliant.

    So here is this weeks' lists (I have included links to excerpts [if available] if you are the tiniest bit curious and want to check them out.):

    • Prey by Thomas Emson (Click for Excerpt)
    • Maneater by Thomas Emson-Fiendishly delicious read! (Click for Excerpt)
    • The Weaving by Gerald Costlow (Click for Excerpt)
    • Servant of the Underworld-Aliette De Bodard (Click for Excerpt)-Came highly recommended to me.
    • Fire & Rayne by Kate Cann-Second in the series of "Possessed" which I reviewed last month.
    • The Iron King by Julie Kagawa (Click for Excerpt)
    • A Girl's Guide to Guns and Monsters-of which I am almost finished and has a few meaty bits from some fab authors like Lilith Saintcrow, and Jeanne C. Stein. 
    • Birthmarked by Caragh M. O'Brien (Click for Excerpt)


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