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A Discovery of Witches Cover Image
ISBN: 9780143119685
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Published: Penguin Books - December 27th, 2011

The first book in a very promising series, A Discovery of Witches opens to us a world covertly populated by three secretive and troubled races. Daemons, Vampires, and Witches all struggle in their own way to exist, half in their supernatural world and half in the human world. Having distanced herself from her heritage, historical scholar and occasional witch Diana Bishop is completely unprepared for the interest that erupts after she manages to extract and read a manuscript that seems to explain the history and nature of the races. A great blend of historical imaginings, rich and greatly varied characters, with perfectly placed amounts of action and romance, this is a book that grabs you and will definitely keep you checking back to see when the next title is announced.

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Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter Cover Image
ISBN: 9781455510184
Availability: Special Order
Published: Grand Central Publishing - March 27th, 2012

Are you an Abe Aficionado?
A Civil War Buff?
An Overall American History Ace?
Or just some who really, really likes vampires?
Whichever you might count yourself as, and however horrified you may be that this book exists and the unholy union it represents, it is most definitely worth reading. A genuinely good story wrapped around factual history, and tastefully littered with American icons, this telling of the Great Emancipator’s life and the driving forces behind him might actually pique your interest in subjects you once found dull (Civil War history), too grisly (Slavery), or embarrassing (you know, that long-running infatuation you have with Vampires). Don’t disservice yourself by passing this one by.

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The Child Thief Cover Image
By Brom
ISBN: 9780061671340
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Published: Eos - August 17th, 2010

A Peter Pan retelling for adults. This book reveals Peter’s origins, his evolving motives behind creating the “Lost Boys”, and the uncomfortable facts behind his past and the pasts of his enemies and friends. From a commonly dangerous present-day New York to a chaotic, diseased, and war-torn Neverland, Peter maintains the carefree, reckless attitude we’ve come to expect, but is accompanied by a much darker, mature, and oddly enough, appropriate side. Gruesome, bloody, and sexual at times, this book is a fantastic read for anyone who enjoys alternate and/or unsanitized fairytales; the kin that were once prevalent in the Western Word or were exports from the Black Forest.

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