Buehlman, Christopher

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The Blacktongue Thief

Readers of epic fantasy novelists, like Tolkien or Brandon Sanderson, will enjoy this journey, which is by turns fun, magical, or terrifying for the travelers. Buehlman (The Lesser Dead) offers a departure from his horror novels in this fantasy with dark undertones. With fabulous examples of invented languages and dialects, this title is transporting.

The Suicide Motor Club

An entertaining read for vampire aficionados.

The Lesser Dead

Buehlman (Those Across the River; The Necromancer's House) is in general a lovely stylist and probably intends his direct addresses to the reader (such as many "more on that later" interruptions) to be conversational; they are instead distracting. But once the action accelerates as the tunnel dwellers must decide what to do about their dangerous child rivals, readers won't be able to put the book down.

Those Across the River

Buehlman delivers a creepy, suspenseful, and well-crafted debut set in post-Depression era South. The action begins early and never lets up. Recommended for horror fans and those willing to be scared enough to want to stay out of the woods!

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