(Part 2) Top products from r/ImaginaryMonsters

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We found 9 product mentions on r/ImaginaryMonsters. We ranked the 29 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the products ranked 21-40. You can also go back to the previous section.

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u/AntiCommieBond · 2 pointsr/ImaginaryMonsters

A couple books I can give off the top of my head that I have would be

  1. The Complete Guide to Prehistoric Life by Tim Haines, it's basically a field guide to all of the prehistoric life in the BBC dinosaur shows

  2. A Field Guide to Dinosaurs: The Essential Handbook for Travelers in the Mesozoic by Henry Gee with illustrations by Luis V. Rey is one of my personal favorites and is a really cool field guide with great drawings and a really updated assortment of dinosaurs. Big recommendation on this one!

  3. Dinosaurs: The Most Complete, Up-to-Date Encyclopedia for Dinosaur Lovers of All Ages by Dr. Thomas R. Holtz Jr. and more illustrations by Luis V. Rey (easily one of the best dino artists ever) is also sick and worth the mention just as much


  4. [Encyclopedia Prehistorica Dinosaurs : The Definitive Pop-Up] (https://www.amazon.com/Encyclopedia-Prehistorica-Dinosaurs-Definitive-Pop-Up/dp/0763622281/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8) and Encyclopedia Prehistorica: Sharks and Other Sea Monsters are the best pop up books I've ever read and are so multi-layered, colorful and impressively informative, the perfect ting for a coffee table book to show people

    I just realized you didn't really ask for dinosaur books but more future animals field guides, not really sure why I did that lmaoo still check those out
u/Tokaido · 3 pointsr/ImaginaryMonsters

Here's the first book on Amazon, it has the rest of them on there too. I'm sure you can just pick them up at the library, but Amazon does a good job of giving you a preview and some reviews and stuff.

The only problem I have with the series is the cover art on the first couple books. They don't resemble characters in the book at all. Heck, they hardly even resemble scenes in the book!

Other than that, Bluemoonflame got it right. It also happens to be a "rags to riches" story following the main character Tavi.

u/kakapoopoopipishire · 2 pointsr/ImaginaryMonsters

Also, Barlowe's Inferno (for the work that started it all). He also wrote an additional book called God's Demon, fleshing out some more of the world he created with his paintings.

Edit: With Amazon links now!

u/Mudders_Milk_Man · 33 pointsr/ImaginaryMonsters

There's also a Russian version of the Rusalka, which is the spirit of a drowned young woman that, by wanting desperately to be alive again, drains the life from things around her. Tragic figure, but still scary.

Here's a good novel about a Rusalka: http://www.amazon.com/Rusalka-C-J-Cherryh/dp/0345359534/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1419440256&sr=1-1&keywords=rusalka