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I re-read Clive Barker's Great and Secret Show like two weeks ago, that book is still a mind scrambler to me. A lot happens in it and you can see how Mr. Barker can come up with his Hellraiser movies. I don't think he is all there, well none of us really are. The other two books were Vonnegut's Breakfast of Champions and King's From a Buick 8. King lately has been big on aliens, his stuff tends to drift from supernatural/horror to scifi. I hate scifi, just the whole aliens and space ships and stuff like that doesn't turn my crank. So, Buick 8 wasn't very grand for me. I don't know if I'll bother to re-read it or not. Breakfast of champions of course is a classic in my book. Very trippy too.