Re: [Fantasy Fiction Dungeon] Newbie!
- I thought Wolves of the Calla was a fantastic read, and that it
continued the series quite nicely. It wasn't as great as Drawing of
the Three or the Waste Lands though. I was surprised at the
returning character from an early King novel, as well as Roland's
new affliction. The man never seems to catch a break.
I just finished reading the Wayfarer Redemption, Enchanter, and
Starman by Sara Douglass. Those awesome novels contain everything
that is good about the fantasy genre. I was prepared not to like the
books, but was not prepared at all for how much I enjoyed them. I
highly recommend them to anyone who has not yet read them.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Laura Wilson"
> I don't know about worth the wait, but it was pretty good. Worthanother
> read if I ever re-read the series. It's his normal stuff, just afinished and
> continuation of the story. I think he's got the whole series
> is staggering the release. I think the next one is due nextsummer and the
> next in November. If they decide to publish my column I'll sendit to the
> group. I've also adding -osities to alot of my creepy-crawlerwords. It's
> so random, what he chooses to put in and take from pop culture. Idon't
> think I get a lot of the references. And didn't he go back andrewrite
> parts of the books for re-release?away, I do
> Anyhow, I started reading Anne McCaffrey and while I'm not blown
> like the stories and characters enough to keep going through herseries
> (plural). I enjoyed Pegasus a lot and the Crystal Singers.Unfortunately
> my smalltown library doesn't have the complete Dragonriders, soI've just
> read the first one. Of course if I were really determined, I'dbuy it,
> right? Not for $6.99 buddy, that's for libraries are for, eh?Well, Merry
> Christmas, we in the newspaper business have to work every singleday, but
> the rest of you have a great few days off ;)introductory
> Laura Wilson
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