The Last Coin James Blaylock Combines all the elements I like about Blaylock's work and puts it into a nice flowing plot...or perhaps into a nice bubbling pot?...or nice flower pot? Crazy antics, humor, mysterious happenings,
The Paper Grail James Blaylock About tied with "The Last Coin" for #1.
Night Relics James Blaylock Excellent characters and especially vivid atmosphere. Subtle on the horror (not the blood fest that typifies much horror), but it does have some real goosebumpy suspense along the way. In some ways, a
The Digging Leviathan James Blaylock
The Elfin Ship James Blaylock An early Blaylock novel. Still a blast to read. Sort of Tolkienesque, but much funnier.
The Disappearing Dwarf Follows "The Elfin Ship".
The Stone Giant James Blaylock End of the Fantasy Trilogy which started with "The Elfin Ship"
HOMUNCULUS James Blaylock One of the early examples "Steampunk" which Blaylock could be said to have invented--with K.W.Jeter coming up with the actual term (as well as his own excellent early examples of the genre).
The Rainy Season James Blaylock Another of Blaylock's exquisitely-atmospheric ghost stories.
Land of Dreams James Blaylock
The Knights of the Cornerstone James Blaylock
All the Bells on Earth James Blaylock
Lord Kelvin's Machine James Blaylock
The Man in the Moon James Blaylock
The Devils in the Details James Blaylock, Tim Powers
The William Ashbless Memorial Cookbook Tim Powers Blaylock & Powers. Startling Recipes from the imaginative duo. Occasionally mouth-watering, occasionally cringe-inducing, and always presented with large dollops of humor.
Winter Tides James Blaylock
Pilot Light James Blaylock, Tim Powers Funny little Ashbless (Blaylock/Powers) book. Yeah, the price seemed high for such a short, playful little book, but--other than that--it was kind of fun and afforded some laughs. Last on the list
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