Tim & Jenn's Bookshelf

"Only the impossible has any real charm; the possible has been vulgarized by happening too often." - Clark Ashton Smith

Welcome to our bookshelf. If you're looking for information about John Grisham, I wouldn't waste my time here! Both of us have pretty strong leanings toward science fiction/fantasy and nonfiction; my brother, I think, prefers more hard-core sci-fi while I lean a little more toward the fantasy end of the spectrum. Having majored in English I'm also something of a classicist, and both of us are big Shakespeare buffs, so we'll try to make this site as well-rounded as possible and not saturate with sci-fi and only sci-fi! Of course, we will try to incorporate some "secular"fiction and poetry as well (which will be presented in collected works by author).

- Jenn

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1 Eye of Cat, by Roger Zelazny Extra Links Icon
2 Bridge of Birds, by Barry Hughart Extra Links Icon
3 The Last Unicorn, by Peter S Beagle Extra Links Icon
4 The Mists of Avalon, by Marion Zimmer Bradley
5 Isle of the Dead, by Roger Zelazny Extra Links Icon
6 Flashman, by George MacDonald Fraser Extra Links Icon
7 The Awakening, by Kate Chopin Web Book Icon
8 Gate of Ivrel, by CJ Cherryh Extra Links Icon
9 Lyonesse, by Jack Vance
1 0 The Little Prince, by Antoine de Saint Exupéry Extra Links Icon
1 1 The Harp and the Blade, by John Myers Myers
1 2 The Death of the Necromancer, by Martha Wells
1 3 City of Bones, by Martha Wells Extra Links Icon
1 4 The Face in the Frost, by John Bellairs
1 5 The Water of the Hills, by Marcel Pagnol
1 6 Birds of Prey, by David Drake
1 7 Tuf Voyaging, by George RR Martin
1 8 A Night in the Lonesome October, by Roger Zelazny
1 9 The Grey Horse, by R.A. MacAvoy
2 0 Tea with the Black Dragon/Twisting the Rope, by R.A. MacAvoy
21 21 This Alien Shore, by CS Friedman
22 22 Passage at Arms, by Glen Cook
23 23 Artemis Fowl, by Eoin Colfer Extra Links Icon
24 24 Excession, by Iain M Banks
25 25 The Four Feathers, by AEW Mason Web Book Icon
26 26 Enchantment, by Orson Scott Card
27 27 The Paladin, by CJ Cherryh
28 28 The Stolen Child, by Keith Donohue

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1 Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry, edited by WB Yeats Web Book Icon
2 The Devil's Dictionary, by Ambrose Bierce Web Book Icon
3 Maus, by Art Spiegelman
4 Mere Christianity, by C.S. Lewis
5 The Hacker Crackdown, by Bruce Sterling Web Book Icon
6 The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter, translated by Donald Keene
7 The 100, by Michael H Hart
8 Angela's Ashes, by Frank McCourt Extra Links Icon
9 The Arcanum: The Extraordinary True Story, by Janet Gleeson
1 0 The Doubtful Guest, by Edward Gorey Extra Links Icon
11 11 Shanghai, by Stella Dong

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Book Links
1 CARRIE: An Electronic Library
2 Project Gutenberg
3 Literarature of the Fantastic
4 Amazon: An On-line Book Store

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