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    Great book! After reading game of thrones this book was a breath of fresh air (Not that the game of throne books were bad by any means). It is kind of a stand alone story that takes place after the First law trilogy. It was fast paced, violent and had some very creative writing.
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    I began reading "The Sword of Truth" Series by Terry Goodkind in September.




    I just started The Pillars of Creation. I began this series because I left the book I was reading at home and picked up Wizard's First Rule in a bookshop at the airport. His writing is not too complex but he still spins a good tale. Apparently there was a short lived series based on these books called The Legend of the Seeker. It ran for two seasons before it was killed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Len-Det64 View Post
    I began reading "The Sword of Truth" Series by Terry Goodkind in September.




    I just started The Pillars of Creation. I began this series because I left the book I was reading at home and picked up Wizard's First Rule in a bookshop at the airport. His writing is not too complex but he still spins a good tale. Apparently there was a short lived series based on these books called The Legend of the Seeker. It ran for two seasons before it was killed.
    Its a good series but it gets repetative in the last few books. When he kicks the little princess in the face and breaks her jaw was one of my favorite scenes in a book. As for the tv show it was beyond horrible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bob8880 View Post


    Great book! After reading game of thrones this book was a breath of fresh air (Not that the game of throne books were bad by any means). It is kind of a stand alone story that takes place after the First law trilogy. It was fast paced, violent and had some very creative writing.
    I just started this book the other day. After reading Best Served Cold, I was a little down on Abercrombie, so The Heroes sat on my shelf for a few months. I am about a hundred pages in now, and it has been a terrific read.
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    Holee xst. On Storm of Swords. Man, they are gonna have such a hard time keeping up with these. LOVE...LOVE...LOVE the Onion Knight. Just amazed at the depth of this series. So damned good. Such a rich world populated by so many great characters and it's kept so real by the axe hanging over EVERYONE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post


    Holee xst. On Storm of Swords. Man, they are gonna have such a hard time keeping up with these. LOVE...LOVE...LOVE the Onion Knight. Just amazed at the depth of this series. So damned good. Such a rich world populated by so many great characters and it's kept so real by the axe hanging over EVERYONE.

    Did you read feast for crows yet? The series goes downhill after SOS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bob8880 View Post


    Great book! After reading game of thrones this book was a breath of fresh air (Not that the game of throne books were bad by any means). It is kind of a stand alone story that takes place after the First law trilogy. It was fast paced, violent and had some very creative writing.
    i actualy just finished The Last Argument of Kings last week. i felt that it was really slow, didnt have the same feel as the first 2 books in the series. but i still need to read Best Served Cold by Abercrombie as well. gonna read some shorter books to get back into the reading mood.

    reading Blood of Elves by Andrzej Sapkowski. love The Witcher story

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    just started this


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    First in a five book series involving conflict between Earth, Mars, and the Belt(colonizers of various asteroids, moons throughout the solar system). Great read! I am looking forward to the next book Caliban's War, due out in June.

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    Just finished The Hunger Games. Really good. Glad I finally finished a book before the movie comes-out.

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