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Fool on the Hill
A Novel
Matt Ruff - 1997-12-08 (first published in 1988)
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"Explore a world where dogs and cats speak, sprites exist, and Bohemians rebel in Fool on the Hill. This epic tale of love, death, and magic is a literary event, presenting a fresh vision by a new and daring voice in fiction. Follow Stephen Titus George, a kite-flyer and wannabe knight on his quest for love, where he becomes the unsuspecting hero in a century-old story. With imaginative daring reminiscent of Mark Helprin and Tom Robbins, this remarkable first novel is a must-read for those who crave the unconventional."
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Peter Clines - 2012-06-05
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This intriguing novel follows Nate as he moves into a mysterious new apartment complex. Strange occurrences plague the building, from locked doors to bizarre light fixtures and mutant cockroaches. While Nate initially brushes them off, he soon realizes that every room holds a secret, stretching back over a hundred years. As he delves deeper, Nate and his friends uncover a web of mysteries that could have catastrophic consequences.
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The Man Who Was Thursday [with Biographical Introduction]
Gilbert K. Chesterton - 2001-10-09 (first published in 1908)
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Join Gabriel Syme on a hilarious and fast-paced adventure in turn-of-the-century London as he attends a secret meeting of anarchists named for the days of the week, all sworn to destroy the world. With wit and rhetorical brilliance, G.K. Chesterton weaves a tale of ingenious and revealing paradox, with a mysterious chief named Sunday at the helm. Will Syme, an undercover detective, be able to stop the destruction of the world? Find out in this must-read page-turner.
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Buddy Holly
Is Alive and Well on Ganymede
Bradley Denton - 1992-01-01 (first published in 1991)
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Religion, rock n' roll, and a cross-country adventure collide in this thrilling novel. Born on the day Buddy Holly died, Oliver Vale navigates a world where the iconic musician is everywhere - even on TV. But when a group of devoted followers starts hunting him down, Vale must flee for his life. A page-turning escapade that will keep you hooked until the very end.