Discussion in 'General Books' started by Adina, May 19, 2005.
They are a great read and it's nice to finally have some back-up with DQ. Slowly, we'll turn everyone! Mwuahahhaha
yes yes we shall hehehehehehe!!
I am also reading Treasure Island...my friend got it for a five-finger discount at the book fair.
Well on the book shelf/s Ive got some to read yet..
Quicksilver Rising - Stan Nicholls
The Shadow Road - Sean Russell
Blood And Memory
Bridge of Souls) - Fiona McIntosh
(Across The Face Of The World
In The Earth Abides The Flame
The Right Hand of God) - Russell Kirkpatrick
The Dragons Son -Margaret Weis
Shadowheart) - James Barclay
The Subtle Knife
The Amber Spyglass) - Philip Pullmam
Eragon - Christopher Paolini
Fabulous Creatures and Other Magical Beings
Debt of Bones - Terry Goodkind
The Ursupers Crown - Sarah Zettel
Paladin of Souls - Lois McMaster Bujold
The Druid King - Norman Spinrad
(The Last Hero - Illustrated
The Science of Discworld II The Globe
The New Discworld Companion) Terry Pratchett
The Lair of Bones - David Farland
Shadowgod) - Michael Cobley
Gladiators and Ceasars
aaarrrggg the more I look the more i find....I really should stop buying books for a little while....nah
I forgot to add Sarah Zettel's "A Sorceror's Treason." Reading Legend's list reminded me.
Da Vinci code
Dark Tower collection
Definately Dragon Lance!! These are the ones I'm working on now
1. Legend Of Stormblade
2. War of the Twins
3. Automn Twilight
Oh, and the Half Blood Prince, of course!!
rock teh harry potter!!
Right now I got:
Knut Hamsun - Sult ("Hunger")
Lars Saaby Christensen - Beatles
Isaac Asimov - Foundation's Edge (just started)
Miguel de Cervantes - Don Quijote
Jan Guillou - Veien til Jerusalem, Tempelridderen, Riket Der Verden Ender ("The Road to Jerusalem", "The Crusader" and "The Realm at the End of the World")
Umberto Eco - The Island of the Day Before
Valerio Massimo Manfredi - Not sure, just know I got to read something of him
Kurt Vonnegut - The Breakfast of Champions
P. G. Wodehouse - Ring for Jeeves
George Orwell - 1984
Robert a. Heinlein - Starship Troopers (started)
Mario Puzo - The Godfather
Eric Hobsbawm - Age of Extremes. The Short Twentieth Century, 1914 - 1991
Philip K. Dick - The Man in the High Castle
David & Leigh Eddings - Elder Gods (abandoned at the moment)
Terry Brooks - First King of Shannara (barely started)
Rebecca Reisert - Ophelia's Revenge
...on my to-read list.
These look fascinating, I just added them to my list.
I just bought 11 Gemmell books on Ebay, most of them in the Drenai series. They are next, after I finish with Stone of Tears. I also plan to read the later star wars books, including the New Jedi Order series.
I was about to read Stone of Tears but I never got the chance to. the top on my list is Dalamar the Dark. I want to read that so bad.
I am considering reading Julian May's Boreal Moon trilogy...i have book one; "Conqueror's Moon" and am just wondering about second opinions. Has anyone else read it and if so...was it worth the while?
I really don't think the dragonlance series was that good as some of you think. sure it was fun to read but you read them through on half a day. what's the point of that?
Anyway, I wan't to read:
Paths of darkness-collectors edition - salvatore
huntersblade trilogy - salvatore
da vinci code
angels and demons(the same writer as da vinci code)
the shannara series
the vampire clan novels(I've only read two so far)
the rest of lotr(guess I'm not a read fantasy-fantast if I haven't read a them all)
more books of terry pratchett - any suggestions?
harry potter and the half blod prince(read the other ones in half a month last summer...)
and many many more...
Heh. I have somewhere between 300 and 500 books in my 'unread' shelves. Damn that Amazon for recommending more to me too.
My to read:
Well, i am going to re-read William Nicholson's "The Wind On Fire" Trilogy - this is a very good read and is very simple; takes me back to when i was a child p.s. this was not very long ago.
I am also going to read Terry Goodkinds Series, i cant remember what its called but Wizards First rule is the first book
Also, Robin Hobb's Liveship Traders trilogy!
Finally, I have to read Emily Bronte's Wuthring Heights for an essay i have to write!!!!
That's me for the next few weeks!
Wow, where do I start?
The Riftwar Legacy-Raymond E. Fiest
Krondor's Sons-Raymond E. Fiest
The Serpentwar Saga-Raymond E. Fiest
Conclave of Shadows series-Raymond E. Fiest
Farie Tale-Raymond E. Fiest
Homecoming series-Orson Scott Card
The Chronicles of Narnia- C.S. Lewis
this list goes on and on and on...
The Charnel Prince - Kingdoms of Thorn and Bone (Greg Keyes)
Dragons of Autumn Twilight (Margaret Weis)
The Dark Tower - The Drawing of Three (Stephen King)
The Swan's War 1 - The One Kingdom (Russell, Sean)
Dragon's Gold (Piers Anthony)
The Elven Bane - Halfblood (Mercedes & Norton)
"The Well at the World's End" by William Morris, a 19th century mediaval romance, and I want to re-read Caiseal Mórs "Books of the Watchers" which to me are the best Celtic Fantasy novels.
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