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About meI was born to a Bulgarian broom maker and his Dutch/Icelandic bride. We led a quiet life in the rural mountains of Paraguay, until at the age of 13 I was sold to a traveling band of bread salesmen and brought to America.

About my libraryIt is pleasantly robust with a tinge of jasmine. Good with pork and seafood.

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Favorite authorsJohn Ajvide Lindqvist, Paul Auster, Clive Barker, Mikhail Bulgakov, John Connolly, Joan Didion, Umberto Eco, Jasper Fforde, Anatole France, Neil Gaiman, Edward Gorey, Shirley Jackson, Franz Kafka, Stieg Larsson, Jeff Lindsay, Federico García Lorca, Sergei Lukyanenko, Richard Matheson, China Miéville, Alan Moore, George Orwell, Otsuichi, Orhan Pamuk, Iain Pears, Edgar Allan Poe, Martin Millar, Ben Templesmith, Hunter S. Thompson, Sarah Vowell, Howard Zinn (Shared favorites)

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Real nameErik Schreppel

LocationRochester, NY

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Member sinceSep 16, 2006

Currently readingJoe Golem and the Drowning City: An Illustrated Novel by Mike Mignola
Shift - Omnibus Edition (Silo Saga) (Volume 2) by Hugh Howey

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Yours is an excellent review of the "Gods are thirsty". Thank you.
Hi there, I notice that you also have Rick Steves' Travel as a Political Act in your library. I have started a discussion thread at http://www.librarything.com/topic/65241&newpost=1#lastmsg but there are only a few of us at LT with this book and I would love to hear what you thought. I found it very thought provoking.
You were right about Ghostwalk trying to be too many things. If they just stuck with the mystery of Newton that would have been plenty. I did not know what my problem with this book was until you hit the nail on the head. I was thinking to myself "just get on with the good stuff already." I am new to the site and have not figured out how to add favorites. I am winging it. You have read a couple of books that I would love to read. I read a little of everything. You are not alone in your assessment of this book.
Very cool profile.
Love the Zombie Survival Guide.
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