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Spoils of War, Part 2 of 2: B&N Employee Appreciation Period, June 2010

Mockingjay, Suzanne Collins (I'm about halfway through Mockingjay right now. And yes, it's fabulous.)
Vaclav and Lena, Haley Tanner
The Tragedy of Arthur, Arthur Phillips (and William Shakespeare)
Collected Plays and Writings on Theater, Thornton Wilder (Library of America edition. I believe this is the only publication of Wilder's obscure later plays.)

Deus Ex Machina, Andrew Foster Altschul
Bright Before Us, Katie Arnold-Ratliff
The Company Man, Robert Jackson Bennett
The Poison Eaters and Other Stories, Holly Black
Burning Your Boats: The Collected Short Stories, Angela Carter
Your Presence Is Requested at Suvanto, Maile Chapman
The Narrator, Michael Cisco
Submarine, Joe Dunthorne
The Great Frustration, Seth Fried
Sailor and Lula: The Complete Novels, Barry Gifford (Omnibus edition of all seven books in the series.)
Lanark, Alasdair Gray
9Tail Fox, Jon Courtnay Grimwood
A Field Guide to the North American Family, Garth Risk Hallberg
Spurious, Lars Iyer
Happily Ever After, edited by John Klima (An anthology of new and retold fairy tales by the usual suspects: Neil Gaiman, Gregory Maguire, et cetera.)
My Most Excellent Year, Steve Kluger
Kornel Esti, Desző Kosztolányi, translated from the Hungarian by Bernard Adams
The Orange Eats Creeps, Grace Krilanovich
Last Week's Apocalypse, Douglas Lain
The Dewey Decimal System, Nathan Larson
Empty the Sun, Joseph Mattson (Comes with a soundtrack album by Six Organs of Admittance.)
The Boy Detective Fails, Joe Meno (Soon to be a musical by Meno and Adam Gwon--Signature in Arlington is producing it this year.)
Anno Dracula, Kim Newman
Machine of Death, edited by Ryan North, Matthew Bennardo, and David Malki (An anthology of stories about people who know how they're going to die. Includes cartoons, too!)
So Punk Rock (and Other Ways to Disappoint Your Mother), Micol Ostow
Galileo's Dream, Kim Stanley Robinson
The Canal, Lee Rourke
Your Wildest Dreams, Within Reason, Mike Sacks
The Girl With Glass Feet, Ali Shaw
The Universe in Miniature in Miniature, Patrick Somerville
Revolution World, Katy Stauber
Jane Jones: Worst. Vampire. Ever., Caissie St. Onge (Caissie is awesome. Undeniable fact.)
Kiss Me, Stranger, Ron Tanner
The Blue Light Project, Timothy Taylor
Mechanique, Genevieve Valentine
Eleven, Mark Watson
How To Survive a Robot Uprising, Daniel H. Wilson (This:Robopocalypse::The Zombie Survival Guide:World War Z.)

How the Soldier Repairs the Gramophone, Saša Stanišić, translated from the German by Anthea Bell
Gascoyne, Stanley G. Crawford
The Devil in Amber, Mark Gatiss (I already have the first and third Lucifer Box books, so now I've completed the trilogy.)
Funnymen, Ted Heller
Falling Boy, Alison McGhee
Jamestown, Matthew Sharpe

Daytripper, Gabriel Bá and Fabio Moon
Darkstalkers Graphic File, Capcom and UDON
Casanova, Volume 1: Luxuria, Matt Fraction and Gabriel Bá
Locke and Key, Volume 1: Welcome to Lovecraft, Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez
Locke and Key, Volume 2: Head Games, Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez

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