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Take Down
James Swain
Leading an Inspired Life
Jim Rohn
Shadow Of The Titanic
Andrew Wilson
The New Annotated H. P. Lovecraft
H.P. Lovecraft, Leslie S. Klinger, Alan Moore
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Brian Staveley
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Jim Butcher
Words of Radiance
Brandon Sanderson
Stephen King
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David McRaney


300 - Lynn Varley, Frank Miller This ambitious graphic fails to deliver anything of substance and is hardly up to Frank Miller's usual high standards. The dialogue is horrid, the historical accuracy non-existent, and the story is just plain boring. I suppose it served as a pre-made story board for the movie adaptation that followed several years later.