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    Here at Quirk Books, we love Mardi Gras. What with the vivid colors, ornate masks, delicious food, free-flowing beverages, and all-out parties, what’s not to adore? In honor of this raucous holiday, we compiled a list of characters we would want to party with the most. Laissez les bon temps rouler with these five party animals!

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    We know you’re feeling it too. How is it already the end of February? Well we’re not ready to say goodbye to it just yet. To close out the shortest month of the year, we’ve created 28-word summaries for some of our favorite books.

  • There are countless fairy tales and legends we hold dear, but not all of them have had the staying power of Beauty and the BeastSnow White, and Cinderella. Some stories just don’t have what it takes to remain in public consciousness and be made into Disney films. Here’s a collection of fairy tales that have fallen, deservedly, into obscurity.*

  • 1. Delorian (Back To The Future)

    Look at this beautiful piece of physics-defying machinery. Gull-wing doors, lush leather seats, not one but two cup holders, and, most importantly, a digital display that clocks your destination time down to the second. Sure, you need an absolutely ridiculous amount of energy in order to get it running, but can we honestly say that 1.21 gigawatts is too much of a price to pay for getting to where you’re going at the exact moment you want to be there? Granted, all that exposed wiring means this machine has a weakness to being struck by lightning, but don’t we all?

  • BOOK Paperbacks from Hell

    From the New York Times best-selling author of The Southern Book Club's Guide to Slaying Vampires comes an affectionate, nostalgic, and unflinchingly funny celebration of the horror fiction boom of the 1970s and ’80s.

  • BOOK William Shakespeare's The Force Doth Awaken

    The story may take place in a galaxy far, far away, but you’ll be convinced it was written by the Bard.

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