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Jesse Bullington
Jesse Bullington spent the bulk of his formative years in rural Pennsylvania, the Netherlands, and Tallahassee, Florida. He is a folklore and outdoor enthusiast who holds a bachelor's degree in History and English Literature from Florida State University. He currently resides in Colorado, and his... show more
Jesse Bullington spent the bulk of his formative years in rural Pennsylvania, the Netherlands, and Tallahassee, Florida. He is a folklore and outdoor enthusiast who holds a bachelor's degree in History and English Literature from Florida State University. He currently resides in Colorado, and his blog, as well as fan art, news, and exclusive content, can be found at www.jessebullington.com.
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Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books!
Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books! rated it 5 years ago
Anthology. Average rating is 3.52 stars. There were a few I skipped because of violence against children, there were a few stinkers but quite a few good ones so worth the read. 1. Wild ride by Carrie Vaughn. A lonely man finds out he's got a horrible disease and discovers a way to get a cure. Then h...
Rachel's books
Rachel's books rated it 6 years ago
I bought this one for the Carrie Vaughn story "Wild Ride." However, I've already read that one in Kitty's Greatest Hits. Oops. I was able to get into a few others and they were really good!Blended (CE Murphy)Oh how sweet the vengeance! This one was good. Marketa was a pup when her pack was hunted, s...
asandwich
asandwich rated it 7 years ago
A large, eclectic collection of short stories that relate to fungi in one way or another. From the expected Lovecraftian-style horror, to altered states of consciousness, fairy tales and even humour - there’s a huge variety of themes on offer here.However, not every story worked for me, and I probab...
Something clever I'll change later
Something clever I'll change later rated it 8 years ago
You know, what's really amazing is how I made it through the gratuitous violence, the blasphemous conversations that were obviously trying to be funny (I'm atheist and even *I* was offended), the continued idiocy of these two brothers - but it was the disgusting sex where an old lady's vagina is des...
Minor Characters
Minor Characters rated it 8 years ago
Here's the thing about The Folly of the World: the story was underwhelming, yet the book only made me love Jesse Bullington's writing even more.After reading (and loving) his previous work, this one wasn't quite on par. Still good, still worth a read, and by an author without the impressive catalo...
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