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Books that I read in April

Books that I read in April:

19. Haining, Peter, ed. The Ancient Mysteries Reader : eighteen classic tales inspired by the unknown (321 p.)
(Contents: MS. Found in a Bottle, by Edgar Allen Poe; The Coming Race, by Edward Bulwer-Lytton; The Grisly Folk, by H.G. Wells; The Mound Builders, by Lafcadio Hearn; The Shining Pyramid, by Arthur Machen; The Call of Cthulhu, by H.P. Lovecraft; The Moon Pool, by A. Merritt; The Terror of Blue John Gap, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle; The Valley of the Sorceress, by Sax Rohmer; A New God Was Born, by B. Traven; The Lost Continent, by Geoffrey Household; An Offering to the Moon, by Clark Ashton Smith; The Secret of Stonehenge, by Harry Harrison; The Bald-Headed Mirage, by Robert Bloch; Creature of the Snows, by William Sambrot; The Convenient Monster, by Leslie Charteris; The Cave of History, by Theodore Sturgeon; Men Without Bones, by Gerald Kersh)

20. Martin, George R.R., ed. Aces High (Wildcards, v. 2) (390 p.)

21. Abbott, Edwin A. Flatland (123 p.)

22. Adams, Douglas. Mostly Harmless (Hitchhikers Trilogy, v. 5) (277 p.)

April total: 1,111 pages
2010 total: 6,454 pages

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