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CollectionsAudible (24), Kindle (27), Bedroom (1), Living Room (20), Audiobook (132), Comic Shelf (85), eBook (305), Office Library (90), Your library (586), Currently reading (8), Read but unowned (316), Favorites (30), All collections (904)

Reviews19 reviews

Tagscomic (344), science fiction (239), superhero (146), fantasy (129), non-fiction (83), humour (82), adaptation (62), religion (49), alternate history (48), horror (42) — see all tags

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Recommendations6 recommendations

Groups75 Books Challenge for 2014, Ebook, Irish Librarythingers, Irishblogs, It's a LondonThing, Open University, The 'verse, Time Travel, Alternate Histories and Parallel Worlds

Favorite authorsWayne D. Barlowe (Shared favorites)

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Favorite bookstoresForbidden Planet - Cambridge, Waterstones

Favorite librariesCambridge Central Library, Rock Road Library

Homepagehttp://www.djryan.co.uk

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Real nameDamien Ryan

LocationCambridge, UK

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Member sinceJul 8, 2008

Currently readingThe Twelve, Volume 1 by J. Michael Straczynski
Conduct: Sociology and Social Worlds by Liz McFall
Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: An Inquiry into Values by
Superman vs. Mongul by Len Wein
Jenkins: The Definitive Guide by John Ferguson Smart
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I noticed your Santa thing form & had a v. quick look through your sci-fi & comics. Seem to be a lot of series and of what I'm guessing is more traditional stuff; if that's what you want I can't help, but if you're interested in little-known sci-fi--or perhaps sci-fi-ish--or in obscure comics from other countries, I could recommend some books of that sort. Whoops--I've just used up my quote of hypens for the month, and here it is not a week into December . . .
Hi,

just got my SantaThing books five minutes ago. Thank you very much!!! I'm very happy I got some Irish-themed books from you (including a graphic novel! yay!), if you have any other Irish recommendations, don't keep them to yourself!

It was also a REALLY pleasant surprise to get The Bone People from you, because we've *just* discussed buying it with a friend (it came up in a discussion re asexuality and fiction, the author is asexual) - I had no idea my copy was already in the mail! Good thing I haven't bought it yet :]

I know it looks kind of silly that all my sentences end with exclamation marks, but you've made me really happy and I want to express this somehow. :D

Happy Holidays and I hope you were just as happy with your SantaThing gift as I am right now!
Dear Damien,

Thank you for your review of an odd boy, volume 1 (http://bit.ly/docaobv01). If you are interested, excerpts form all the books are on the 'an odd boy' website (http://anoddboy.com/).

best regards,

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