Straggly or sleek, full-bodied or selectively styled, there are tons of beard varieties in the world — you'll find gorgeous portraits of 86 of 'em in A Book of Beards ($45). This gorgeous coffee table tome also features beards local & exotic, 18 written contributions, and 125 pages. Proceeds will help Mike, brother of author/photog Justin Muir, and other cancer patients and survivors so you'll have a fine answer should someone ask why you have a book full of bearded men in your living room. beards, coffee tables, french fri, book worth, facials, portraits, facial hair, bearded men, coffee table books
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Whether you're talking about painters, singers, guitarists, or writers, it seems that creative types have always had problems battling inner demons. Genius and Heroin ($12) is like an encyclopedia of these lost talents, dating back centuries and covering both the famous and the not-so-famous. Perfect bathroom reading — if you're in to that kind of thing. book
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There have been plenty of books penned about the Ramones, but none of them can claim to have the insider cred of this one. Commando: The Autobiography of Johnny Ramone ($15) tells the story of the band — and its founding member — with unflinching honesty, and augments it with discussion of the band's albums, some random Top Ten lists, and tons of photos, many of which are seen here for the very first time. The kickin' cover art doesn't hurt, either. book, johnni ramon
The horror genre just got injected with a shot of adrenaline. Guillermo Del Toro and Chuck Hogan have pumped a new, twisted biological strain into the vampire legend. What began with the masterful I Am Legend by Richard Matheson, these deft storytellers have blossomed into something entirely devastating, apocalyptic, and global.
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Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell Fall - 2010 An alternate history set in 19th century England where magic exists in the place of science.