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  • #13823

    Magnus Maximus
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    Reading “Eldest”, second in Christopher Paolini’s Inheritence Cycle, for the first time in years. Takes time to read, but I’m roughly halfway through it.

    #16888
    Kaldath
    Kaldath
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    I just finished reading a great trilogy Written by Joseph R Lallo called “The Book of Deacon” very good fantasy story that I highly recommend. If you buy the Kindle versions of the book the first one is free and the other two are only $2.99 each.

    #16889
    Kaldath
    Kaldath
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    Oh, and for any fans of the Wheel of Time series I just learned that the 14th and final book “A Memory of Light” has gone on sale as of today.

    #30114

    CyberWolf
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    Inheritance Cycle. The best fantasy! I just read through the fourth.

    #30150

    FRM
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    that’s the second best series ever.

    go on… ask….

    #30181
    CantDraw
    CantDraw
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    Everyone, “What’s the first?”

    #30209

    Trekkie
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    Actually, I was going to ask: What’s the third?

    #30234

    FRM
    Member

    well, the first is most certainly Lord of the Rings. no explanation needed.
    and the third, my dear Trekkie, is not Star Trek (that was never a book, at least to start), but is in fact (possibly?) Harry Potter, whose birthday i share.

    #30242

    prswirve
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    Anybody read about “Mistborn” trilogy? Really bad ass fantasy, highly recommended read.

    #31162

    WMDBASSPLAYER
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    A few months ago I found a copy of The Legend of Luke, (I hope I got the title correct.) This was my first reading any of the books in the Redwall series. I heard of it but thought it was strictly kid literature. I bought a few books for my daughter but never really paid attention to them. Anyway, I decide to read this book and it was great! But when I’m half way through the book, my daughter sees me reading it, and says she needs that one! Now I’m stuck, because she took my book! I was really into it!

    #36235

    JDJ2508
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    Just read John Flannagan’s rangers apprentice series for rhe fifth time i love em

    #36269

    Folkly
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    Hey, I’ve read one of those. “The Sorcerer in the North”, it was – our local library service has a strange habit of buying a series and then scattering the books around the different library branches, and this time our branch got the fifth book! You’ve reminded me that I meant to try and find the others. I love fantasy, especially the kind set in the real world or something recognisably like it (I’m not so much for the heavy sword-and-sorcery stuff where everyone’s called things like P’tahk and Uioeou). Big kid, I know.

    I’ve just re-read “Life, the Universe and Everything” (the 3rd Hitchhiker’s Guide book). Whew – I’ve been playing Star Trek Online and not much else for so long that I forgot what a real outer-space yarn is supposed to be like. That man’s got twice as much imagination as most of STO, and 100 times the LAUGHS!

    #36290

    JDJ2508
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    Haha Star Trek is cool i just havent had time to get into it with my other interests

    #37017

    Myro
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    Feeling like I should update this one. Just got through the two books of “The Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences” series (steampunk genre). And late as I am at getting on this, just started reading “Game of Thrones” with the intent on getting through the currently published novels in the “Song of Ice and Fire” series.

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