just finished Glen Cook's 'The Swordbearer' didnt like it all that much kind of just jumbled around and was really too short to be a good story. parts of it were good and parts of it were un-readable. id probably give it 2 out of 5
havent decided what i want to read next:
George R. R. Martin's 'A Feast for Crows'
finish of Joe Abercrombie's First Law Trilogy with 'Last Argument of Kings'.
or start Patrick Rothfuss' 'The Name of the Wind'
Re-reading Caleb Carr's "The Alienist".
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Finishing this for yet another time - want to finish it again prior to seeing part 2 this weekend. Still as good as I had remembered.
yea i want to finish off that series pretty soon, but i actually decided on A Feast For Crows. want to get back up to speed on that series as we just picked up the new 'A Dance with Dragons' this morning so im pretty excited about it.
last arugment of kings is probably going to be the next book i read after a feast for crows.
I just finished A Clash of Kings. Gonna read Werewolf Smackdown by Mario Acevedo real quick then its back to A Storm of Swords.
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Has anyone read "Game of Thrones" (i.e. "A Song of Ice and Fire")? I picked it up and looked at it in the store and wanted to get someone's opinion before buying. Thanks.
I am halfway thru the first book, and although the show really found a way to get most of it right, it's little details and things that got compressed that make it a great read. I just finished a segment where the Hound reveals his origin(among other things) directly to Sansa and it really gave it a lot more weight and gave his handing her the hanky in the last episode a little more weight. Read it.