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Randolph "Dilda" Carter

A rant about books, horror, and the weird.  I sometimes take on my love/hate relationship with goodreads and Amazon.

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Perchance to Dream: Selected Stories
Ray Bradbury, Charles Beaumont, William Shatner
Progress: 140/336 pages
Pavane
Keith Roberts
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Ray Bradbury, Charles Beaumont, William Shatner
Keith Roberts
October 2015
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reviewed: Horror Story
True life horror story of the Donner Party emigrants that end up stranded in the Sierra Nevada mountains in 1846. Originally ...
Ordeal by Hunger: the Story of the Donner Party - George R. Stewart
text: Twilight Zone
23 of Beaumont's best, foreword by Bradbury, afterword by Shatner. I'm thinking 5 stars already.
Perchance to Dream: Selected Stories - Ray Bradbury, Charles Beaumont, William Shatner
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reviewed: Intellect Injection
Another book that is impossible to review or paraphrase as a whole. Every single story and poem, and there are a bundle here,...
Dadaoism - John     Cairns, Jimmy Grist, Katherine Khorey, Megan Lee Beals, Julie Sokolow, Ralph Doege, Jesse Kennedy, Joe Simpson Walker, Yarrow Paisley, Justin Isis, Colin Insole, Daniel Mills, Kristine Ong Muslim, Nick Jackson, Paul Jessup, Quentin S. Crisp, Nina Allan, Sonia Ori
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October 2015
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reviewed: Bordering on the Mundane
Average sci-fi entertainment that is marred by a particularly weak "it was all a dream" type ending. We don't even get to she...
The Border - Robert R. McCammon
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Octoberby Robert FrostO hushed October morning mild,Thy leaves have ripened to the fall;Tomorrow's wind, if it be wild,Should...
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bookshelves: autumn-2015, nonfiction, published-2015, dip-in-now-and-again, cult-yah, history, microhistory, e-book, upbeat ...
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"When Bilbo opened his eyes, he wondered if he had; for it was just as dark with them shut. No one was anywhere near him. J...
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Pictured below is what I'm reading next month. What about you? Do you have some spooky reads on your October TBR? Lemme know ...
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Everyone that "knows" me, knows this is one of my favorite books of all time! It's definitely in the top five and on some day...
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