Re: [Fantasy Fiction Dungeon] Which??
- I agree with the Hed books. Those are some of my all time favorites.
They're very short, fast reads. I always hope she'll go back to that
setting, though every book she writes is different and highly
enjoyable, like Ombria in Shadow and the Forgotten Beasts of Eld.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Marc Vun Kannon"
> >HAHA! i agree totally. Have you read any good SF/F books latelythat you would recommend?
>sequels, and the early Honor Harrington books. For somewhat military
> This question gets asked so often I made a list:
> For military SF try David Weber, especially Mutineer Moon and its
softer SF try Lois McMaster Bujold's Vorkosigan books or Elizabeth
Moon's Familias Regnant series. In fantasy try Dave Duncan's Seventh
Sword trilogy, Patricia McKillip's Hed books, Nina Kiriki Hoffman's
Thread that Binds the Bones, Just about anything by Lawrence Watt-
Evans. Check out The Long Hot Summoning, the whole Keeper Chronicles
really, and the Confederacy series, by Tanya Huff. I also got
Villains Victorious, and two from Stephen Gould (author of Jumper),
Blind Waves and Wildside.
>by Echelon Press, now available in trade paperback!
> Marc Vun Kannon
> The Flame in the Bowl 1: Unbinding the Stone, released August 2002
> 'Chasing His Own Tale', in Wyrd Wravings, forthcoming from EchelonPress.
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