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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by goathunter View Post
    Chapter 1 from Mister Slaughter has been posted on Matthew Corbett's World!

    Hunter

    Thanks Hunter! But dammit, I was hoping I was gonna win an ARC of Mister Slaughter. He's giving away more though I think I read., guess I'll keep trying!

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    Quote Originally Posted by txmatt View Post
    I really enjoyed Wolf's Hour.
    Werewolves fighting Nazi's. This book is full of win.

    I want to read They Thirst - but McCammon keeps it out of print because he thinks it sucks. I also would like to read Blue World and Swan Song.

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    enjoying Gone South by RM now--and have boys life on deck....

    why is he not more popular!! amazing

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    Recently re-read Blue World...my favorite short story in it has got to be The Green Hornet!!!! I really enjoyed the tempo and the 'cliffhanger' type style. EXCELLENT

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    I've read and enjoyed Swan Song. Similar to The Stand, but still an excellent story.

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    reading swan song, mystery walk on deck. gone south great story. speaks the nightbird, two volumes, great story. jury still out on swan song. 2" into it, half an inch to go.

    too often my willing suspension of disbelief took one in the pants. still though, it has evoked a range of emotion up and down the scale.

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    Default Re: Robert R McCammon

    Early reviews for Robert McCammon's upcoming novel Mister Slaughter are showing up, with Publishers Weekly being the most recent. Check out the great reviews on MatthewCorbettsWorld.com.

    Hunter

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    Read Stinger --amazing and has a dome in it!!!!!


    on they Thirst now bout 40% thru --not as good as the others... Read Mine--liked it!

    and read the 2nd in his series on AMtthew Corbett Queen of Bedhlam gr8 r8--

    boys life excellent --- a truly underrated author---

    little peeved i had a wolfs hour paperback in hand at library---- put it back as i had 4 books out --get it next round--not there and nt in the library online system to reerve --hope who ever took it returns it so i can see it!!!


    Cant wait till Mr Slaughter is available

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    They Thirst is one of my favorite books of all time....get with the program my Jarl....lol..
    Boys Life is so awesome....wow...

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    Than u need to red more bokss! bwahahahahahaha wel vamp overunning LA now so it is picking up--- not saying it el stinko or even bad--jus tliked the others better for the first 75%

    u read the wolfs hour?


    Quote Originally Posted by staropeace View Post
    They Thirst is one of my favorite books of all time....get with the program my Jarl....lol..
    Boys Life is so awesome....wow...

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