Deep into the first of the trilology, The Strain, by Guillermo Del Toro and Chuck Hogan. A vampire virus gone epidemic in New York City is the main theme. Interesting, always interesting to see a new twist on vampires. Definitely not sparkly vampires. But I liked the ones in the Passage a bit better. Both are scary and were a threat to humanity as described.
Island - Richard Laymon
This is my first book of his. How did I go through life and miss this guy? I'm loving this book.
I just started Uncle Steve's "Guns".
I've just started Blake crouch's Pines. I hope the book is as good as the description on the back cover!! ( it sort of reminds me of Misery... spooky hospital, middle of nowhere etc)
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Started last Friday with 22/11/63 yes it's 11/22/63 by King
I love the time travel story so much. Again a wonderful SK story.
I finished Island by Richard Laymon (my first Laymon). I really enjoyed this and the ending was really great. Dean Koontz does the intro to the book (he was a friend of Richard Laymon) and mentions how depraved Laymon's characters can get. When I was about halfway through, I was thinking that it wasn't so depraved but man did that change:biggrin2: There was a lot of humor amongst all the depravity so that helped soften it a little. It was good and very hard to put down.