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Herbert became firmly established as one of the country's leading horror writers and his works had been published in mroe than 34 languages. He has sold mroe than 54 million copies of his books worldwide.
How, BY THE GODS, HOW does that typo get left in the article not once, but twice back-to-back? :'(

Just...just...ARGHHHHH....
 

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Bards and Sages (Julie) said:
How, BY THE GODS, HOW does that typo get left in the article not once, but twice back-to-back? :'(

Just...just...ARGHHHHH....
BREATHE. :)
 

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In my youth, James Herbert was one of my very favorite reads. Loved the Rats and the Spear, nice to see his new book is Ash, one word titles a JH hallmark.

 

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"Shrine" remains one of my favourite horror novels, probably one of my top books ever.  Herbert's no-nonsense, hitting the ground running style has been one of the main things that has kept me writing when inspiration has otherwise dried up.  

A great loss.
 

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Alain Gomez said:
Myabe this was a sine that you're standards r to high.
I choked when I read this! ;D ;D ;D

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Before I got caught up with Julie's breathing issues, I came here to say that I'm sad of James Herbert's passing. I had enjoyed the Rats trilogy a lot.
 
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