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Crossed isn’t for everyone. I get it. Let’s not go into that right now.

For the purposes of the below thoughts what matters is this: as a world, as a shared fictional universe, Crossed books have a simple and uncomplicated defining rule. To whit: “humanity’s fundamental capacity for…

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Get all ten issues of FEVRE DREAM, a vampire epic on the bayou from the writer of the A Song of Ice and Fire novels, for just $9.99 with our limited-time bundle!

From the New York Times Best-selling author, George R. R. Martin, comes a tale of vampire clans, death and debauchery, legendary bloodmasters, and even a few epic steamboat races on the muddy Mississippi. This is Martin’s FEVRE DREAM, an antebellum story of power, loss, and the fever of bloodlust. It is 1857, and Abner Marsh is a remarkably ugly man — but the best steamboat man on the river. When the pale Joshua approaches him with a partnership and enough money to build the boat of his dreams, it seems too good to be true. But Joshua is a mystery of a partner, a man who keeps strange hours and stranger friends. It’s only a matter of time before Abner begins to wonder where the FEVRE DREAM is heading, and if it may turn out to be a nightmare, after all.

Going to try to read through all of Warren Ellis’ Black Summer tonight before bed for my #LateNightReads

The world goes black in Warren Ellis’ epic story of super-powered heroes and villains. The story begins when the political situation in the USA becomes more than Horus can stand, and he moves to take matters into his own hands. Unfortunately, not all of his other team-mates are quite so eager to throw the world into chaos, and an epic conflict forms. With Horus and the rest of the surviving Guns facing off against the military and each other, no one is safe as the bodies start to fall.