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The X-Files: Goblins

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Best of the XF tie-ins. Good tight plot, nice characterisation and some gratuitous Muldertorture.
Ruins

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Pretty much your standard media tie-in fare, with no real stand out moments. This author does do well with the character voices, though.
Wuthering Heights

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Still a favourite after many years. Yeah, the characters are all irredeemably foul and you can't really bring yourself to like any of them, but the story is so brutally, horribly romantic *anyway*. Gothic lit at its absolute finest.
In Search of Schrodinger's Cat: Quantum Physics And Reality

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Fascinating, and kinda terrifying, and hey! I understood some physics! That alone is one heck of an accomplishment.
Psych: Mind Over Magic: Mind Over Magic

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Ridiculously charming, just like the show. I want more of these tie-ins.
Psych: The Call of the Mild: The Call of the Mild

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One of the best tie-in novels I've ever read, in that it captures perfectly the flavour of the canon and managed to make me LOL in public.
The X-Files: Ground Zero

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Awesome as tie-in novels go; character voices were well done and the plot was an interesting one.
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