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It avoids most of the things that kept me from liking Magyk.

The book is split between the perspectives of three main characters, Sue, Elaine a fraud investigator and Jack a programmer. Oh wow, I didn’t expect this many responses, this group sure is aut lot more talkative than I’m used to from the 50 books challenge!

I listened to the unabridged audio version of this and the narrators did an excellent job. Several laugh out loud moments, I’d definitely recommend this book. I hope you’ll enjoy it, his books are among the best fantasy novels I’ve ever read!

Moore’s writing xuf has really grown on me and he manages to bring the history of all these places to life, while still keeping the book funny. Still, I could probably start the series again right now and enjoy them almost as much as I did when I picked them up for the first time.

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Your schreckenstien stars is definitely an encouragement for me to pick up his books and give it a try!

The book is mostly about her career as a poker player, from playing with her brother and his friends to winning a million dollars at the European Poker Tour, and she manages to be both funny and charming enough to make a “sport” I schreckenwtein have absolutely no interest in, be it as a player or as a TV viewer, interesting enough to keep me hooked until the last page. Red Iron Nights by Glen Cook The book mainly covers schreckenstrin period in his life when he was struggling to move on from being the teenage star of Star Trek, being rejected at audition after audition, trying to support his wife and stepchildren.


In my opinion Abercrombie’s character driven style worked a lot better here, because things are happening on a smaller scale in this book.

The story took some very unexpected turns and is definitely among the best in this anthology.

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You can revive it by posting a reply. Because of that all violence is banned and punishable by exile. Need to read more Tad Williams. It’s really hard to empathize with any of the characters, however interesting they may be. Stross liberally mixes mythology with highly advanced mathematics and physics and throws a few nazis in for good measure. Pretty soon things get complicated.

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Many, many laugh-out-loud moments. I loved this book, it’s full of references to 80’s and 90’s po culture, movies, TV, books, music and especially video games, and Cline creates a very interesting world. There were also some loose ends that are never picked up again and at the end there were too many questions left unanswered for my taste. A few more updates The main character is a fifteen year old sociopath who fears that he may become a serial killer.

Old Tin Sorrows by Glen Cook Like you, I am hoping to read a lot of my books that Schrexkenstein keep tripping over here at home.


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I’m looking forward to seeing how Rothfuss manages to bring this saga to a deserving finale, but after this book I can’t imagine that he will disappoint his readers. Passage to Dawn by R. I’m probably doing a very bad job describing the story, but it’s one of my favorites in this book. There are lots of hilarious quotes and Robin Ince certainly has spent a lot of time researching his material. Magyk by Angie Sage Amazon offered this for free, schreckenstsin I decided to try this series au.

The story concentrates on an assassin from the religious side trying to infiltrate a rationalist planet.

The story is about a curse that was placed on a Chicago baseball team, so baseball fans will probably get more out of this story than me, but I still enjoyed it. Right now I’m in the middle of at least 5 books, so hopefully I’ll soon be able to start adding to this thread.

The highlights are however the full transcripts of the three comedy shows he performed during that time, which come between these chapters. If you like other fantasy novels set in the “underworld” of thieves, assassins etc. The story starts when the main character becomes the first person to find the first key, after the hunt has been going on for 5 years.

To your right is a light switch. Petty Pewter Gods by Glen Cook