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> Has anyone been reading anything at all? What does your stack ofHey Matt ;)
> books to read look like?
indeedily do! I have been reading! Flat out... haha.. actually no,
I've been flat out drawing fantasy art for an RPG group that I am
with, the Wizard Grove :)
The latest book I just finished reading was only 406pages long, and
quite well done. It was Lady Knight, Bk 4 of Protector of the Small
by Tamora Pierce.
But the day before that I was just finishing the last 100 odd pages
of an 850page book called "Child of Flame" Volume 4 of Crown of
Stars, by Kate Elliott.
Yet another brilliant book, but its not ended terribly well as it
has left so many things unanswered its not funny. I don't know yet
if there is a volume 5.
So far I have only read 7 books this year... but the year is
young :P and I still have time.
I have another 4 books on my floor waiting for readage, and another
10 or so on my book case. However, I am going to have to pack those
ones due to shifting soon... *sigh*
One I am looking forward to is Stormrider by David Gemmell and the
two latest by enigma Robert Holdstock, Celtika and The Iron Grail
(books 1 and 2 of the Merlin Codex)
I have some packing to do... but has anyone read anything stunningly
interesting of late?
>I've waited too long for him to get off his duffer andI thought the second was better than the first, story-wise, but hideously overwritten.
>write this series again.
>I'd rather see another Knight of the Word book.
>Or Terry Brooks writing a new Landover novel and getting away from
>these regurgitated Shannara books he's been cranking out the last 4
Marc Vun Kannon
Unbinding the Stone--making lemonade from fantasy lemons!
'Chasing His Own Tale'--Don't mess with the Damsel in Distress!