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    And everyone gets to ride one of these at some time!
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  • #2
    Hmmm...have one at least once a half....and oh....somebody move this to the book forum. It would fit well there!
    sigpic ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ "Come and get them" Leonidas I to Xerxes, at Battle of Thermopylae

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    • #3
      Yeah I agree with johnny. At least once a half if not more.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by jonnyseeandoh View Post
        ...have one at least once a half....and oh....somebody move this to the book forum. It would fit well there!
        I agree; done.

        Originally posted by blizzard07 View Post
        And everyone gets to ride one of these at some time!
        How about a little book review / your opinion if you've read it??

        [ame="http://www.amazon.com/Hell-Train-TRAIN-Market-Paperback/dp/B006ZG7FX8/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1327596733&sr=1-1"]Link to this book on Amazon[/ame]

        Solaris Publisher's Page about the book.


        Imagine there was a supernatural chiller that Hammer Films never made. A grand epic produced at the studio’s peak, which played like a cross between the Dracula and Frankenstein films and Dr Terror’s House Of Horrors...

        Four passengers meet on a train journey through Eastern Europe during the First World War, and face a mystery that must be solved if they are to survive.

        As the ‘Arkangel’ races through the war-torn countryside, they must find out:

        What is in the casket that everyone is so afraid of? What is the tragic secret of the veiled Red Countess who travels with them? Why is their fellow passenger the army brigadier so feared by his own men? And what exactly is the devilish secret of the Arkangel itself?

        Bizarre creatures, satanic rites, terrified passengers and the romance of travelling by train, all in a classically styled horror novel.

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        Born in London, Christopher Fowler has written for film, radio, television, graphic novels and for newspapers, including The London Times, for more than thirty years. He is a regular columnist for The Independent on Sunday. Fowler is the multi-award winning author of more than thirty novels, including the lauded Bryant & May mysteries. In the past year he has been nominated for eight national book awards.
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