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Bruce Jones
Bruce Jones, is a master optician, retired ship builder, and now a fiction writer. This first novel, The Lost Reflection, was published January 2013.Based on a popular New Orleans legend, Jones's initial intention back in 2002 was simply; "to write the story down and get it out of my head." With... show more

Bruce Jones, is a master optician, retired ship builder, and now a fiction writer. This first novel, The Lost Reflection, was published January 2013.Based on a popular New Orleans legend, Jones's initial intention back in 2002 was simply; "to write the story down and get it out of my head." With much prodding from his daughters, "the long strange journey" began. The manuscript eventually landed with Köehlerbooks, and upon it's initial release became a best seller at Boutique du Vampyre in New Orleans. Based on the legend of the Old Ursuline Convent and the Casket Girls of New Orleans, the book gained traction with fans of "the undead" across the country as the novel's roots reached deeply into early American vampire lore.Învierea, the sequel, was released October 2014. Fans of the series now anxiously await the completion of the trilogy which is amongst one of Jones's current projects. Owner of Studio Optix, an independent optical boutique, Jones claims, "My business is a blessing, but it does get in the way of my passion for writing." So what's he working on now? "Well, I'm reading my way through The Game of Thrones series and A Confederacy of Dunces, trying to finish the first draft of Lord of the Bayou, a new romantic thriller, and beginning to write the third book in The Lost Reflection series... and of course there is that pesky day job thing as well."Anything else? Stay tuned.
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Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus rated it 2 years ago
It's kind of ironic that I feel more sympathy for The Kingpin, who's painted as a monster, than Hawkeye, who's trying to do good, but is so casually oblivious about his assholeness that I wanted someone to fucking stab him at... a lot of points. The Kingpin, who is Wilson Fisk, is a man who rules...
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Chris' Eclectic Book Reviews rated it 5 years ago
Brilliant example of a master's work. If you read only one book to get a feel for how good Creepy was, both in terms of story-lines and artwork, this would be a front running candidate. "Jenifer" may well be the creepiest horror comic story that I have ever read.
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bloodviolet rated it 6 years ago
I love Dick Grayson, but this story wasn't the greatest. The characterization was terrible, and the parts of the story that wanted to be good were ruined by stupid sub-plots that wasted precious page space. Frankly, I can't figure out why the writer thought some of this was a good idea. He should...
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Tyson Adams Reviews rated it 6 years ago
A good retelling of the classic shorts by Robert E Howard, but didn't really bring anything new to the mix.
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sixthreezy readsies rated it 6 years ago
The other reviews are right with this one... A forced attempt at mixing Batman and Alice in Wonderland together just for the hell of it.. Alice in Wonderland isn't THAT COOL.Art wasn't bad though, at times...
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