Free Shit Friday - The Hellfire Club

Friday, April 29, 2011

"This is the scariest, goriest, creepiest, sickest, most twisted novel I've read in over ten years. It made me afraid to go to sleep at night and I loved every word - loved it, loved it, loved it." - Carolyn See

Indeed. The Hellfire Club was one of the best reads of the 1990's, and I loved it, too. Hardbound, 1st edition.


Da Rules.

9 comments:

Eric said...

See, here I am, being one of those people who is embarrassed by the generosity of others and tends to avoid offers like this.

But I adore Peter Straub, and I haven't read Hellfire Club, and it would have a good home next to the other Straubs on my shelf if there's nobody more deserving. And I really mean that: somebody who hasn't had the pleasure of being acquainted with Straub's work ought to have priority, random number generator or no. But if there aren't any other takers--yes, I would very much enjoy a 1st ed. Straub hardcover, would devour it at the earliest opportunity and give it a good home. Thank you for the offer.

Nathan said...

My random number is 4,265,924. Did I win?

Janiece said...

See, Nathan, this is why you got called out.

Do you want the damn book, or not?

Nathan said...

I like Straub,and I haven't read this one but Eric sounds like more of a fan if that's a criterion.

Suresh R said...

I'm in too!!!

Janiece said...

Nathan, it's not. That's why I decided to use a random number generator, so I wouldn't have to make those decisions. :-)

WendyB_09 said...

I'm always open to new authors. I'm in.

gonest = hoping the book will be gonest from it's current location to mine!

Nathan said...

I want the author to come read it to me.

Ur rulz r irelephant 2 me.

Phiala said...

Are you sure you don't want a clause in the rules that eliminates people for being pains in the ass?

Of course, that would eliminate all the regulars, wouldn't it?

I don't want the book. Can I give my random number to Eric?

I was at a party with Peter Straub last year, but am not cool enough to have actually gotten to speak to him, just to gaze adoringly from across a crowded room.