CUSFS' Top Miscellaneous Books ¤ by The Librarian

The stories we couldn't fit into any particular category. Well done, books, you have achieved Independence from Genre Classification.

  • Across The Nightingale Floor ¤ Lian Hearn, 2004

    Enter the feudal world of the Otori - filled with magic, treachery and intrigue - inspired by medieval Japan and created by acclaimed Australian author, Lian Hearn. Across the Nightingale Floor is the first book in the five-part Tales of the Otori series. More than four million copies have been sold in over 36 countries; now the series is ... [more]

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    Across The Nightingale Floor
  • She ¤ H. Rider Haggard

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    She
  • The Stress of Her Regard ¤ Tim Powers, 1991

    When Michael Crawford discovers his bride murdered, he flees, fearing the deadly embrace of the malignant apparition claiming him as her own bridegroom. Crawford is soon aided by his fellow victims - Byron, Keats & Shelley. They embark upon a desperate journey, battling the vampiric fiend who seeks pleasure in their bodies & souls.

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    The Stress of Her Regard
  • Howl's Moving Castle ¤ Diana Wynne Jones, 1988

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    Howl's Moving Castle
  • The Sandman: Book of Dreams ¤ Neil Gaiman and Ed Kramer, 1997

    There is a dark king who rules our dreams from a place of shadows and fantastic things. He is Morpheus, the lord of story. Older than humankind itself, he inhabits -- along with Destiny, Death, Destruction, Desire, Despair, and Delirium, his Endless sisters and brothers -- the realm of human consciousness. His powers are myth and nightmare ... [more]

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    The Sandman: Book of Dreams
  • Flowers for Algernon ¤ Daniel Keyes

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    Flowers for Algernon
  • Way Station ¤ Clifford D. Simak

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    Way Station