Oktoberfest and Octoberfright

Well, dear readers, it’s October again.  I’ll be opening with a nod to German history, this time with a WW2 emphasis as I’m trying to address my TBR pile of doom.  I’m sure it will go down smoothly  with a Bavarian beverage or two. Then I’ll be shifting into mystery and horror as we approach Halloween, with the hope — fingers crossed — of finishing Frankenstein.  

Previous “Octoberfest” reads:
A Mighty Fortress: A New History of the German People,  Steven Ozment
German Resistance to Hitler, Peter Hoffman
The Lady from Zagreb, Philip Kerr (Fiction)
They Thought They Were Free: The Germans, 1933 – 1945, Milton Mayer
If the Dead Rise Not Philip Kerr (Fiction)
Germany: Unraveling an Enigma, Paul Nees

Previous “Octoberfright” reads, all fiction:
Dracula, Bram Stoker
World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War, Max Brooks
Night of the Living Trekkies,  Kevin David Anderson
Carrie, Stephen King
Christine, Stephen King

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6 Responses to Oktoberfest and Octoberfright

  1. CyberKitten says:

    Frankenstein really impressed me…. I guess it isn't having the same effect on you?

  2. Stephen says:

    I really haven't made a serious attempt to read it, but for the last two years I briefly considered it, then read Dracula or something else.

  3. mudpuddle says:

    night of the living trekkies????? that had to be a winner… didn't it?

  4. Marian H says:

    I didn't really like Frankenstein, but I know that's a minority opinion. 😀 Looking forward to your thoughts on it!

  5. Stephen says:

    Definitely the funniest “horror” book I've ever read…it's about a zombie outbreak (caused by an alien parasite) that happens at a Star Trek convention.

  6. Stephen says:

    As arguably the first SF novel, it certainly bears reading!

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