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About meI'm a Fantasy, Sci-Fi and Horror-lover from South Africa, though I read widely in other genres and in non-fiction, too. I collect comics, am a huge Star Wars fan, and avidly watch Lost, Smallville, Heroes, The Sarah Conner Chronicles, Journeyman and Eleventh Hour. I run a blog (with a guest-reviewer) where I post reviews, interviews and news from SFF and Horror. :-)

About my libraryMy library will probably end up having a bit of everything in it, just like my real bookshelves. :-)



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Real nameDave-Brendon de Burgh

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Member sinceMay 6, 2009

Currently readingPatient Zero (A Joe Ledger Novel) by Jonathan Maberry

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i saw you also commented on the early reviewer group about south africa. i would definitely love it if we could get some publishers and authors involved - do you think there is enough interest on library thing from south africans?
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