Urban/Dark Fantasy.

Keith Hartman:
The Gumshoe, the Witch, and the Virtual Corpse: I had a great time with this book! As a first novel, it's very well written, and has tremendous style. Can't wait for more...
Charles DeLint:
Moonheart: This is one of my favorite books. I think I've read it at least five times.
Spiritwalk: This is the long awaited sequel to Moonheart. I was one of the few that didn't think Moonheart needed a sequel. The book was interesting, though.
The Little Country:
Mulengro: I've read this book at least twice.
Yarrow: I really have a fond spot in my heart for this one.
Jack the Giant Killer: Both this book and the one below are great!
Drink Down the Moon: This one....
Memory and Dream:
Dreams Underfoot:
The Ivory and the Horn:
Emma Bull:
Steven King and Peter Straub:
The Talisman:
Steven King:
The Dark Tower I: The Gunslinger: I finally got around to reading this book not too long ago. Finally. My Mom has been telling me for years to give it a try, but I never read it. I really did like it. One down two to go...
Eyes of the Dragon:
Dolores Claiborne: I liked this one far more than I thought I would. Really good storytelling never goes out of style.
Gerald's Game: This one shouldn't be listed here because I never got past Chapter One. I still don't know if I didn't like this book, or if it just didn't click at the time...
Four Past Midnight (Collection):
Different Seasons (Collection): This is the book that has "The Body" and "Rita Hayworth and the Shawshank Redemption" in it.
Rose Madder: Quite a different take on domestic abuse...

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