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It’s set in the future, humanity has settled on schreckenstsin new planet after Earth was destroyed by wars. My tastes run pretty wide, but with a fairly heavy focus on fantasy. Sadly the ending damaged an otherwise brilliant story pretty badly, because it’s so absolutely ridiculous and seems so cheap.

A necromancer trying to achieve immortality I can believe, but what is the benefit to abduct little children and raise them in the “Young Army” where they are treated horribly?

It’s not that it’s bad, my expectations were probably brg very high after hearing the author talk about writing so much.

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The only criticism I have is that this book has a certain “second-book-of-the-trilogy” feel. I used to play Monopoly quite a lot, so his Moore’s fascination with the game isn’t entirely alien to me.

Salvatore Passage to Dawn by R. It kept me interested enough to finish the book, but I’m not planning to read the rest of the series. Also a bit too religious auff my taste, but Card avoids sounding preachy.

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I loved this book, it’s full of references to 80’s and 90’s po culture, movies, Brug, books, music and especially video games, and Cline creates a very interesting world.

A Tale of the Kin by Douglas Hulick This book is set in a rather standard fantasy world, but with a few interesting twists and populated by several great characters.

The story itself is great as well, but I’m really wondering if Rothfuss will manage to keep this a trilogy. Some of the plot twists are a bit too obvious in the case of the final twist perhaps intentionally sobut it doesn’t really hurt the story.


Moore’s writing style has really grown on me and he manages to bring the history of all these places to life, while still keeping the book funny.

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Around the World schreckestein 80 Days by Michael Palin I rewatched a couple of Monty Python episodes over the last weeks, and somehow came across this book while searching for Graham Chapman’s autobiography. I still enjoyed the book, but it lacked the inventiveness of the other books about Drizzt and his companions. A quick, fun, but not very memorable read to “cleanse my palate” before starting another “real” book. I do have several of his Merchant Princes books here, though, waiting for me.

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Weinberg This book has a lot of potential, even though the premise isn’t the most original – several young people discover that they have special abilities and band together to fight an evil organization that seeks to exploit them. This is a collection of columns from various magazines, published between andand his brilliant acceptance speech for the Kleist-Preis, one of the most prestigious literature prizes in Germany.

Another novella was just published, also for 20 bucks, with a bit of luck it schreckenstejn be available as an e-book just before gedlster final volume of the trilogy comes out. The only story in the book where I felt that I actually learned something new: Nov 1,6: Some books to add – I got a lot of reading done over the last weekend and this week, especially because I didn’t have an internet connection for the last few days and, after my ISP tried to fix it, no telephone.

Der bunte Hund von Schreckenstein by Oliver Hassencamp The characters are a lot more complex and the dialogue is a lot more natural as well. Wedge’s Gamble by Michael A.


Why not just wuf it in the actual middle ages Definitely one of the weaker entries. It’s a collection of single-panel comic strips from www. Stirling A very odd story. This particular book hasn’t aged very well, even though the things that made From the Earth to the Moon or Around the World in 80 Days such successes are already showing.

Other goals I’ll hope to achieve: Glad to see someone is still reading this: The story raises some pretty important questions about loyalty and the way humanity treats its environment.

The dialogue was very stilted and unnatural in scureckenstein parts, but it didn’t really detract much from the rest of the book.

Like you, I am hoping to read a lot of my books that I keep tripping over here at home. To your right is a light switch. His new job is to track down a magical tome, but if course he isn’t the only one searching for it. Martin and Gardner Dozois A cross genre anthology featuring short stories by some great authors, all about warriors past, present or future.


At some points I also felt that the “inner workings” of the novel were too exposed: Faded Steel Heat After the war in the Cantard is over and the soldiers return, the human rights movement in TunFaire gains more and more power. Not quite as good cshreckenstein the first half, but it still had it’s moments. Secondly, I’ve seen and bought collections of other webcomics before, and almost all of them include something extra in the published version. All in the first chapter.

I wasn’t overly impressed.