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on book 3 of The First King trilogy by RA Salvatore. I thought the Demon War was 'OK' although its one of those books where nothing very dark ever happens and it feels like its always going to work out in the end. There's no 'oh ****' moments.

I rank First King below that. I think it might be a book for kids.
 
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reading Red Country now, good ****.

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on book 2 of the mistborn series. I dig it although the pacing is odd at times.
 
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reading Red Country now, good ****.

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Reading this as well. Awesome just like everything he has written.

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Just got done with Brent Weeks stuff.
Night angel trilogy was fun
Blinding knife books are great too... Jusy have to wait for the next one now

Also check out ravens shadow by Anthony Ryan. Its a self published one and is really quite good.

Next dresden comes out next week iirc
 
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Red Country was good. Enjoyed Mistborn. Reading the Terry Pratchett scifi/fantasy collab "The Long Earth" right now. Gonna read Snuff after that. Cant wait for Blood and Bone to come out. Taking too long
 
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About to finish Dance With Dragons by R.R. Martin since hurricane sandy I plowed through book 2,3, and 4. Since I won't see book 6 until 2015 any of you dudes got some must reads? Next book I had lined up was the thomas jefferson book by meachem but i want more fantasy bros.

I've only read Tolkien's stuff, Harry P Wizard Books, and this.


need moar
 
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series:

steven erikson - Malazan Book of the Fallen (and everything else by Esselmont and erikson in that world)
patrick rothfuss - kingkiller chronicles
joe abercrombie - first law trilogy (and everything else in that world)
r scott bakker - the second apocalypse (prince of nothing / aspect emperor trilogies)
scott lynch - the gentlemen bastard sequence
glen cook - the black company (read like the first 5 and quit, it goes bad) and the dread empire

will keep you busy for a few months
 
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on book 3 of The First King trilogy by RA Salvatore. I thought the Demon War was 'OK' although its one of those books where nothing very dark ever happens and it feels like its always going to work out in the end. There's no 'oh ****' moments.

I rank First King below that. I think it might be a book for kids.

I love salvatore, hated the first king trilogy
 
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r scott bakker - the second apocalypse (prince of nothing / aspect emperor trilogies)
Oh????? I missed this, going to have some books in the queue!

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glen cook - the black company (read like the first 5 and quit, it goes bad) and the dread empire
I'm ok with all the black company books... but ****ing dread empire needed an ending that it'll never get
 
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New Harry Dresden book out

Amazon.com: Cold Days: A Novel of the Dresden Files (9780451464408): Jim Butcher: Books
 
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Oh, just realised I haven't seen James Barclay's Raven series mentioned much, I realy enjoyed that.

Black Company was good for the style of writing I found, but the story itself was fairly meh.
 
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you guys should check out these dragonlance books they got dwarves and dragons and lances and stuff real primo
 
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you guys should check out these dragonlance books they got dwarves and dragons and lances and stuff real primo
Your name is a crutch that isn't strong enough to support your humour.

Also, it would have been funny (/funnier) if you'd just said dragons and lances.
 
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i think you've got that backwards
 
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Your name is a crutch that isn't strong enough to support your humour.

Also, it would have been funny (/funnier) if you'd just said dragons and lances.
wat
 
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wat
His name. Look at it sideways. He says it looks like a crutch, and I happen to agree. The humour comment suggests he doesn't have a good sense of one.

And I thought that if he'd said 'Dragonlance books contain Dragons and lances' it sould have been funnier, since you could have inferred that from the name of the series, regardless of whether you were right or not.

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New Harry Dresden book out

Amazon.com: Cold Days: A Novel of the Dresden Files (9780451464408): Jim Butcher: Books
Good read. IMO, he makes up for Ghost Story.
 
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His name. Look at it sideways. He says it looks like a crutch, and I happen to agree. The humour comment suggests he doesn't have a good sense of one.

And I thought that if he'd said 'Dragonlance books contain Dragons and lances' it sould have been funnier, since you could have inferred that from the name of the series, regardless of whether you were right or not.

Sorry
are you new here or something?
 
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are you new here or something?
No, but sometimes I feel like it...

Now I have no idea what's going on.
 
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