Wednesday Wish List – March 8th, 2017

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Treavor G.’s Wednesday Wish List:

Title:The Golden Compass
Author:Philip Pullman
Genre:Fantasy
Publication Date:April 16th 1996
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My sister is a HUGE fan of Philip Pullman, and has spent many years trying to get me to read this series. Now I’m not sure why I haven’t read this yet, but with the announcement of his new series coming out later this year (The Book of Dust), which is set alongside this series, I figure it’s about time. It’ll be great to finally cross this one off my TBR. 

 

Dan S.’ Wednesday Wish List:

Title:The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
Author:Robert Louis Stevenson
Genre:Horror / Fantasy / Science Fiction / Classics
Publication Date:January 5th 1886
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This story is considered a horror classic and is referenced often in movies and literature. I want to read this book to determine what is true to the original, and what is just adaptions to it over time. Plus, so many people focus on the “bigger” horror classic novels like Dracula and Frankenstein, that many of the other horror classics like this are overshadowed and overlooked. It’s about time some of the other books from this genre get the spotlight.

 

Deb H.’s Wednesday Wish List:

Title:Roman Crazy
Author:Alice Clayton / Nina Bocci
Genre:Romance
Publication Date:September 13th 2016
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I have not read anything by these authors, but I’ve heard good things about both of them. So this book sounds like as good a place as any to start. It’s all about finding love again, in a light feel good Rom-Com. 
 

Kim F.’s Wednesday Wish List:

Title:Dead Until Dark
Author:Charlaine Harris
Genre:Fantasy / Romance
Publication Date:May 1st 2001
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I keep seeing these and wonder how good they really are. I just might dive into them. This sounds an awfully lot like Twilight, though it’s quite possible Twilight copied the idea; either way, I might pick the first one up and give it a try.

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