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#901 Post by the blue magian » 19 Nov 2008 22:44

it probebly will fight back sound verry heavy stuff

reading sould be fun
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#902 Post by eolas » 20 Nov 2008 17:22

I love the topic and it wasn't hard to read at all, but right now I have too much to do and can't find time to read it and this book needs a little bit concentration I can't give at these days:)
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#903 Post by Yippee38 » 22 Nov 2008 09:44

I recently bought Glen Cook's "Sweet Silver Blues". This is a book in the Garrett, P.I. series. Basically, it's a Mickey Spillane (Mike Hammer) type P.I. book, but it's in a fantasy setting. It's not real swords and sorcery type stuff, just a bit of fantasy to make it interesting. I'd read 3 or 4 other books of this series and always liked it. They've got great plots and they're funny as hell. So I read Sweet Silver Blues. I finished it and went to the book store and bought "Old Tin Sorrows." I finished that in about 2 days. I then went back and bought "Bitter Gold Hearts" and "Cold Copper Tears." I just finished both of those. Now I have to find the next two.

Glen Cook is, IMO, one of the best fantasy writers out there right now.
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#904 Post by Chiri » 29 Nov 2008 02:25

twilight... grrrrr...
Did you know: wrote:everyone gained weight drastically during the "Imaginations …" and the "Nightfall …" session due to the excellent Danish cake.
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#905 Post by Led Guardian » 29 Nov 2008 04:00

Chiri wrote:twilight... grrrrr...
I'd be angry if I were reading it, too. :)
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#906 Post by power_dysfunction » 29 Nov 2008 04:53

Currently reading The Garden of Iden by Kage Baker, first book of 'The Company' series.
Though the towers of the city are denied to we men of clay
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#907 Post by Draugwen » 29 Nov 2008 16:39

I only read 'Gryden, der løb' this weekend. No one knows it? I am not surprised :P
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#908 Post by Joost » 30 Nov 2008 02:46

Just started The Hobbit, and am planning to go continue The Lord of the Rings, The Silmarillion, The Unfinished Tales and The Children of Hurin afterwards. The last two I have never read at all, and the others for the last time in 2002/2003.

On a much less fantasy-like note, I am also reading Charles Darwin's On the Origin of Species, at the moment.
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But the truth is slowly dawning -- things are getting out of hand,
We all pursue our shattered dreams along the roads to our own ruin --
Watch our empires sink and wash away like castles made of sand.
And so cast off the lies that are your lives and find the truth within.
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#909 Post by Baby_Kürsch » 30 Nov 2008 16:39

Fables 1001 Nights of Snowfall

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#910 Post by Telemachus » 03 Dec 2008 22:28

Tales of the Dying Earth by Jack Vance
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#911 Post by Led Guardian » 03 Dec 2008 22:41

Ohjyeah!
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#912 Post by eolas » 04 Dec 2008 16:25

Fahrenheit 451, it wasn't as interesting as i expected; but I'm only at the 50th page, I still have my hope by myself.
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#913 Post by Draugwen » 04 Dec 2008 18:47

A short version of Alladin in Danish. Are there actually Danes here? o.o
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#914 Post by ariellajem » 04 Dec 2008 23:47

Chiri wrote:twilight... grrrrr...
I just read them. They were meh. Not great not terrible. Just meh.

Right now I am reading Wolves of Calla. I am also reading the Time Traveller's Wife for the second time before the movie comes out. It's the most brutally heart wrenching book I have ever read and I just know that the movie is going to destroy it. :P

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#915 Post by Hansi Smurf » 09 Dec 2008 00:26

Mike Moorcock's classic "Stormbringer". Moorcock lists it in his own "100 Best of Fantasy" book, but on its own here, with years between me and the last read, it's seeming pretty doltish viz the nondisclosing of any technical data with regards to the magic weapons and their powers, the details of the scientific combat are also undisclosed, and there is zero masterfully written general and didactic tale with to advance we readers in the cause of accomplicing either Chaos, Law or Elric!

Telemachus is reading the dope! Jack Vance is MY FAVORITE WRITER!

I totally recommend "the Complete Tales of the Dying Earth" to anyone who digs Dungeons & Dragons, wild phony language, black humor, timeless apathy, classic fantasy romance, sticks, stones, time machines, frankenstein, satanic orgies, revenge, disfigurement, polyandry, spells of forlorn encystment, sandestin magic, chivalry, mystery, initiation, folklore, fairy tale, cherry red suns, ultramarine skies, hightowers and hoveltries.

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#916 Post by power_dysfunction » 09 Dec 2008 10:13

ariellajem wrote:
Chiri wrote:twilight... grrrrr...
I just read them. They were meh. Not great not terrible. Just meh.
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That sums up my assessment perfectly.
eolas wrote:Fahrenheit 451, it wasn't as interesting as i expected; but I'm only at the 50th page, I still have my hope by myself.
Fahrenheit 451 is amazing. The social commentary is only growing more relevant (iPods? Giant flatscreen TVs? Censorship?), and Bradbury has an incredible and unique gift for the English language.
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#917 Post by Zeernebrooch » 10 Dec 2008 23:46

The Call of Cthulhu and other Weird Stories by H.P. Lovecraft (my default for when i have nothing else to read)
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#918 Post by Dreamflight » 11 Dec 2008 03:56

White Wolf (David Gemmell)

One of the best books I have ever read.
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#919 Post by Chiri » 11 Dec 2008 11:53

New Moon (Stephanie Meyer) :mrgreen:
Did you know: wrote:everyone gained weight drastically during the "Imaginations …" and the "Nightfall …" session due to the excellent Danish cake.
Hansi said:
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#920 Post by eolas » 11 Dec 2008 12:42

After Beyond the Techno Cave: A guerilla Writer's Guide to Post-Millenial Culture by Harold Jaffe I've just started to read a bunch of stories by Mark Twain:)
Fahrenheit 451 is amazing. The social commentary is only growing more relevant (iPods? Giant flatscreen TVs? Censorship?), and Bradbury has an incredible and unique gift for the English language.
I must agree the fact that it was very brave to publish this kind of a book in those times, but I just couldn't get the idea out of my head that it was "very" alike to 1984 or Brave New World. I appreciate the heart and intelligence of Bradbury, but in my opininion everything grows too fast and you can't get into the book. I've read in an article that the first version of the book was half shorter than that; just one magazine was interested in the book, but they had a condition: Bradbury had had to make it longer. For me, that's probably the reason of lack of atmosphere and feelings.
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#921 Post by the blue magian » 13 Dec 2008 23:13

the colour of magic and trying to typ out my own story :S
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#922 Post by power_dysfunction » 14 Dec 2008 05:00

Ender in Exile by Orson Scott Card.
Though the towers of the city are denied to we men of clay
still we know we shall scale the heights some day.
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#923 Post by Chiri » 14 Dec 2008 23:52

New Moon
Did you know: wrote:everyone gained weight drastically during the "Imaginations …" and the "Nightfall …" session due to the excellent Danish cake.
Hansi said:
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#924 Post by Arwen Arianna » 18 Dec 2008 22:21

The Last Unicorn by Peter S. Beagle
Such an awesome piece of work! this guy is a genius writer! his words are so.. beautiful... it's amazing.... this is a real FANTASY book...
"And he shut the doors of his house in the face of the mightiest of all the dwellers in Eä"
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#925 Post by Led Guardian » 18 Dec 2008 22:41

Don't you mean The Last Winged Unicorn? :P
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#926 Post by Arwen Arianna » 18 Dec 2008 22:48

No, I mean the Last Unicorn. no wings in there.. you know, the story with king Haggard, prince Lír and Schmendrick, the magician?
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#927 Post by ariellajem » 21 Dec 2008 01:46

Just started Wizard's First Rule by Terry Goodkind. So far I dig the crap out of it. I have been watching Legend of the Seeker and just had to read them. Zedd is the greatest wizard ever. He totally just surpassed Gandalf for me. :P

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#928 Post by eolas » 24 Dec 2008 11:11

Just finished Martin Eden by Jack London, it was great and like his autobiography. It reminds you that you can make changes in your life, actually you should.
But I got a strange feeling that he's describing people like wolves:D "He had a strong chin, powerful shoulders and muscles etc etc" I also though everything happens just too fast and he's making the same descriptions again and again. But still, it was a great one.

Now I'm going to begin a book by Kafka, Sæmtliche Erzæhlungen.
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#929 Post by Arwen Arianna » 27 Dec 2008 02:38

I'll now start reading "The Color Of Magic" by Terry Pratchett...
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#930 Post by Metal Fan » 27 Dec 2008 07:07

I'm reading The Shadow in the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafón.
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#931 Post by Spectrum » 06 Jan 2009 01:32

I am reading Kushiel's Chosen, second book of Jacqueline Carey's Kushiel's Legacy. It is a fantasy story centered around the young girl Phèdre nó Delaunay, a sexual masochist working as a courtesan and spy. It is a low-magic type of fantasy, focusing more on political intrigue. I liked the first book, and so far the second one is looking good, too.

The last book I finished was Donald Knuth's The TeXbook, the manual of Knuth's typesetting system TeX. It is a good book, and TeX is a great program. :)
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#932 Post by IcedRay » 06 Jan 2009 15:20

The Elfstones of Shannara by Terry Brooks
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#933 Post by gothic_elf » 07 Jan 2009 04:09

Just After Sunset, by Ves'ka Gan—er, Stephen King.
I'm lost in the depths of his eyes
I can't flee
Inner pain caused insanity
It's deep within
The fear and the hunger
Enslaved and denied
By my love and my enemies
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#934 Post by Naurbereth » 07 Jan 2009 16:48

The defenders of the witches by Jan Guillou
Carved in the stones lies my tribute to universe

my words speak in vain for a silent poetry

hear me all mighty I ask for your wisdom

Your path will be mine when I reach eternity

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#935 Post by FantasyDrummer » 12 Jan 2009 16:55

Eragon - The wisdom of the fire by Christopher Paolini.

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#936 Post by power_dysfunction » 14 Feb 2009 21:11

Darwin's Radio, by Greg Bear.
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#937 Post by Dentarthurdent » 14 Feb 2009 23:28

Agasin the ebst book ever written, a wholly remarkable book on the whole:

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#938 Post by Cerbere » 16 Feb 2009 05:54

Talisman by steven king

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#939 Post by power_dysfunction » 18 Feb 2009 20:44

Revelation Space, by Alastair Reynolds.
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#940 Post by the blue magian » 18 Feb 2009 23:00

the last law of the series of the "laws of magic"
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#941 Post by Cerbere » 05 Mar 2009 06:41

Hobbit again!

i don;t know why but i find the roast mutton part really funny when the trolls are like: "whats a burrahobbit?" I lol every time

does anyone else think thats funny?

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#942 Post by Dark Nomad » 06 Mar 2009 12:25

The Seer King by Chris Bunch.
'Battalions of fear.'

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#943 Post by Arwen Arianna » 08 Mar 2009 13:29

Finished "Besuch der alten Dame" and "Die Physiker" by Dürrenmatt and started Sergej Lukianenko's (sp?) "Nightwatch" (amazing book, really... )
I'm also fighting my way through the "Nibelungenlied".. which takes a while, as it is written in Middle High German...
"And he shut the doors of his house in the face of the mightiest of all the dwellers in Eä"
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#944 Post by verbranden » 10 Mar 2009 03:48

I just finished up The Dispossessed by Le Guin, which was amazing. Not sure what I'll read next, maybe something fluffy to balance it out.
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#945 Post by Arwen Arianna » 10 Mar 2009 13:24

Finished Nightwatch yesterday... one of the greatest books I've ever read... this guy is such a talented writer!
Should I manage to get "Daywatch" (2nd volume) any time soon, it will be the book I'll read next
(@Draug: I *will* finish the Tamuli. soon. I promise.)
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#946 Post by Ripley » 10 Mar 2009 21:06

I nearly made it ! This afternoon I started Vol 4 of Otherland ! Just 1000 more pages to go :D

Maybe I should banish "Carry the Blessed Home" from my Playlist- I might start reading The Dark Tower... :wink:

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#947 Post by Arwen Arianna » 10 Mar 2009 23:21

it's weird, isn't it? reading Otherland and the Dark Tower are somehow connected... (blame Hansi...?)

I managed to get vol. 2 : Day Watch (or whatever it's called in English) by Sergej Lukianenko.. And of course I started it this afternoon... :D
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#948 Post by Ripley » 11 Mar 2009 09:09

Yes, especially the first Volume. And of course I somehow blame Hansi :wink:
First time reading I thought "WTF... Going from one scenario to the next without a hint concerning connections..."

I really needed the hint that you see more clearly at the end of Vol 1.
But I still wonder what it all will lead to :roll:

How is "Nightwatch" ? I read another book by Lukjanenko (Das Schlangenschwert- no idea about the title in english...) and I'm not quite sure if I like it...

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#949 Post by Sentinel » 11 Mar 2009 09:10

Good choice, Arwen! Nightwatch is one of my favourite books and Lukianenko indeed is a great author.
I like the atmosphere he creates, placing the whole storyline in Russia is something I´ve never read before.
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#950 Post by Arwen Arianna » 11 Mar 2009 12:33

Sentinel wrote:Good choice, Arwen! Nightwatch is one of my favourite books and Lukianenko indeed is a great author.
I like the atmosphere he creates, placing the whole storyline in Russia is something I´ve never read before.
Indeed...the books are exciting and humorous at the same time.. and full of characters you just have to like :D (Don't ask me why, but I'm very fond of Bear and Tiger Cub.. even though they hardly ever appear in the story)
I just don't know why Alissa is the main character in the 2nd volume :( I still don't like her.. Sebulon/Zavulon is somehow cool, though...

@Ripley: Nightwatch is one of the greatest books I've ever read :) I don't know "das Schlangenschwert", but I've heard of it...
as for Otherland.. it's really not easy to get past page 100-300 (~) :? but fighting your way through is worth it in the end...
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