Re: Ridiculously long fiction - yes it is off topic, but...
- Thanks for the info, but I am already into the Cylce of Ice and Fire.
I am also incredibly angry that A Feast For Crows release date got
backed up again. I know it's an established, but I do highly
recommend the Wheel of Time, out of Robert Jordan. A little heavy on
magic, but decent.
For all the would be assassins out there, I recommend Steven Brusts
Taltos (pronounced Taltosh) series. Also, one of the few series I
have every seen with almost accurate fencing descriptions, and one of
the books starts with "No shit, there I was...."
Gotta Love it
Buta the Wanderer
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> fenix9 wrote:Earth...it
> > Very nice, I see I'm not the only one reading ridiculously long
> > fiction. Thanks for the info on Butrus, I'll follow up from here.
> When I read that the first thing I thought of was Battlefield
> qualifies as ridiculous, and as long, or as I always tell people...it
> is a 200 page novel crammed into 1200 pages. :-)series
> If you like good long fiction you should check out R.R.Martin's
> (3 books out, fourth on the way). The first book is a Game ofThrones.
> It has a nice medieval feel to it, although it is a fictional world.