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    just scrolling through it, very interesting stuff

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    Suggestions for thriller or comedic theme genre? Will be going back to library soon. Its been over a year now since I have been.


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    As for comedic short stories T. Coraghessan Boyle. I'm reading his collected short stories now. Not all of them are hits but at the very least they are entertaining. Some examples : a Lassie parody, a man suspects his scientist wife of having a fling with her monkey study object etc

    Not all of them are comedy, I just finished one where it rains blood from the sky (literally, I mean) and it was quite sickening, but in a good way ha

    He has novels out too but I'm not familiar with them.

    A thriller author I enjoy is Robert Harris. Fast paced, good world building. Some of his books have a historic setting, others an alternative history setting. His books are real good page turners.
    GRIMY AND GRITTY HIP-HOP IN WUCORP AUDIOBOOTH

    https://wutangcorp.com/forum/forumdi...14-Audio-Booth

    NEW! SHEEP LORD's "Chaotic Situations" album

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    NEW! THREE EMCEES' "Volume III" album

    https://m.soundcloud.com/threeemceesintl/sets/vol-3

    peep Graveyard Shifter's album Piscean Knight https://graveyardshifter.bandcamp.co...piscean-knight

    peep Don Def's bandcamp page https://dondef.bandcamp.com/album/vital-info

    peep GameOfDeath's beats on YT & soundcloud
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    http://www.soundcloud.com/gameofdeath

    visit Caper's Darkstarz Records
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hal Incandenza View Post
    As for comedic short stories T. Coraghessan Boyle. I'm reading his collected short stories now. Not all of them are hits but at the very least they are entertaining. Some examples : a Lassie parody, a man suspects his scientist wife of having a fling with her monkey study object etc

    Not all of them are comedy, I just finished one where it rains blood from the sky (literally, I mean) and it was quite sickening, but in a good way ha

    He has novels out too but I'm not familiar with them.

    A thriller author I enjoy is Robert Harris. Fast paced, good world building. Some of his books have a historic setting, others an alternative history setting. His books are real good page turners.
    Thanks. I haven't been to the library in over a year because of everything being shut down. It opened up a few months back, but it is frequented by transients so I have stayed away. Plan on going soon though.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hal Incandenza View Post
    As for comedic short stories T. Coraghessan Boyle. I'm reading his collected short stories now. Not all of them are hits but at the very least they are entertaining. Some examples : a Lassie parody, a man suspects his scientist wife of having a fling with her monkey study object etc

    Not all of them are comedy, I just finished one where it rains blood from the sky (literally, I mean) and it was quite sickening, but in a good way ha

    He has novels out too but I'm not familiar with them.

    A thriller author I enjoy is Robert Harris. Fast paced, good world building. Some of his books have a historic setting, others an alternative history setting. His books are real good page turners.
    Thanks. Local library opened up a few months back. I am looking forward to going back soon with some good recommendations.


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    Good to hear the library's open again.

    Another thriller author I enjoy is Nelson DeMille. He has a ton of books out. I read about 5 of them. The only one I didn't enjoy too much was 'Spencerville'. I loved the other ones. Not really sure if this is the kind of author libraries stock. I bought my copies second hand.
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    NEW! SHEEP LORD's "Chaotic Situations" album

    https://m.soundcloud.com/user-258911...tic-situations

    NEW! THREE EMCEES' "Volume III" album

    https://m.soundcloud.com/threeemceesintl/sets/vol-3

    peep Graveyard Shifter's album Piscean Knight https://graveyardshifter.bandcamp.co...piscean-knight

    peep Don Def's bandcamp page https://dondef.bandcamp.com/album/vital-info

    peep GameOfDeath's beats on YT & soundcloud
    https://www.youtube.com/user/GameOfDeathScenes/videos
    http://www.soundcloud.com/gameofdeath

    visit Caper's Darkstarz Records
    https://darkstarzrecords.bandcamp.com/album/sun-wukong


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hal Incandenza View Post
    Good to hear the library's open again.

    Another thriller author I enjoy is Nelson DeMille. He has a ton of books out. I read about 5 of them. The only one I didn't enjoy too much was 'Spencerville'. I loved the other ones. Not really sure if this is the kind of author libraries stock. I bought my copies second hand.
    I will definitely check out all your suggestions. Going to wait a just a little longer wait go back library. Purchased hummingbird by Jude Angelini online. Going to read that first. Should be classic.


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