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77 books of Tom Lichtenberg

A collection of short fictions, including the complete Sexy Teenage Vampires trilogy, The Von Barkingham Method of Time Travel and several previously unpublished stories.

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Mario Flambeau was once a guitar god, a superstar in the psychedelic heyday. Now he's a burned-­out wreck. When a desperate producer finds him in a church basement in a band with other derelicts, he has visions of a major comeback payday. Add a dru...

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We all have dreams. We pray, hope, buy lottery tickets and wish on falling stars. We know this isn't the most practical way to get things done, but we want to believe. Suppose the world really did work like this, a world where everyone was guaranteed to have at least one of their wishes granted in their lifetime and their life would instantly change, but would it be for better or for worse?

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A collection of oddly surreal stories for unusual children, featuring a mouse and his friends - a squirrel, an elephant, a limpet and a fish - along with an assortment of mischievous clouds and cowardly mushrooms.

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When his new idea is stolen, Morris Bevelhead turns to the best finder of lost things in the business - Dawn Debris, Private Eye. After a hearty breakfast, Dawn finds herself trapped in a sinister conspiracy to save the world through orange juice. Can she pull the plug before it's too late, or will the mega company FedCorTron rule the day? (Extracted from the 'Cashier World' story collection)

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Record producer Jonathan Kandell would go to the ends of the earth to find the next big thing in rock and roll. For some people, the end of the earth is right around the corner, hiding in plain sight.

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Product Description DeBarrie's Stationery Store needed help again. Somehow, the part-­time people never worked out. It was a problem. One after another, the part-­time people came and went, and sometimes, nobody ever found out what happened to them. The newest one seemed even more hopeless than usual. His job application announced "there's a man who follows me around and ruins everything I try to do".

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Books of Tom Lichtenberg