In no particular order, here are some of my favorite works, those that deserve a permanent position on my bookshelf...
- WORM, by J.C. McCrae, an online web serial in which a teenaged wannabe superheroine does all the wrong things for all the right reasons (or so she tells herself).
- BEAT THE REAPER, by Josh Bazzell, chronicling the reminisces of an ex-mob hitman turned hospital intern after being placed in witness protection, every chapter told in a dynamic tone that sounds much like the aftermath of a head-on vehicular tragedy containing the cast of House and the cast of The Sopranos.
- GOOD OMENS, by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, the tale of humanity's final hours, a novel that contains the richest buddy-cop intercharater dynamics between the angel Aziraphale and the demon Crowley ever to grace the history of literature, and most importantly, Adam Young, a Boy, and Dog, his Dog. GNU Terry Pratchett.
- THE DEATH AND LIFE OF ZEBULON FINCH, by Daniel Kraus, in which a foul-mouthed gangster in early 20th century Detroit is murdered. A whole hell of a lot happens to him after that, the narrator assures, in the first installation of the memoirs of an eloquent, vindictively atheist, forever-eighteen, oblivion-seeking zombie.
This list is by no means complete, and I will add further works I enjoy to it as I continue to update this website.