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RIP, James Herbert

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I own one book by him but I haven't read it yet (it was a gift, no idea if I'll like it or not but I'll give it a go of course). RIP :(.

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Bad news.  I only started reading him this year and have only managed The Rats so far.  It definitely won't be the last time I read him.  RIP James.

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I read several of his books back in the day and thoroughly enjoyed them.  RIP James.

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:cry: This is very sad. My mum loves reading James Herbert books and although I'm not a big fan, I have enjoyed some of his books.

 

R.I.P James.

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Very sad to hear this, some of his books were hit and miss but some were great - and he is the author of Fluke, which also went became one of my favourite films of all time.

 

R.I.P. James.

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Heard that this morning. Sad news. I'm planning on reading The Rats quite soon. I think that was one of his most popular books? Loved Fluke (it's about a dog, so how could I not), but wasn't that keen on The Secret of Crikley Hall.

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I was very sad to hear this news too.  Loved The Fog and I read The Magic Cottage twice (which is rare for me to do).

 

RIP.xxx

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I'm sorry to hear that, 69 isn't old these days. I haven't read any of his books in years but i did enjoy them when i was younger especially The Rats.

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The Magic Cottage and Once were the best ones he wrote and they were absolute doozies. RIP Mr Herbert. :(

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Herbert has given me many hours of reading pleasure. I've read The Fog and was given a new view of fog...it's sooooo creepy.

I've also read The Magic Cottage, and Fluke (a favorite of mine too). Maybe a couple others have passed my hands, but I can't come up with the titles at the moment.

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