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Guys did you read this book? If you didn't you should, it's awesome (I just read half of it). None shall pass! ;)

Btw. Is anybody familiar with the new edition of Liar Scribe's Beren and Luthien? It's been released last year I reckon.

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I haven't read any Dragonlance in a while, but my plans to explore Ansalon in the Genesis world got me in the mood to get back into the world of Dragonlance again and refresh my memory before I start exploring it in game.

This is the first of six in the Meeting's series of books which take place before the Chronicles series (and the War of the Lance period). These books explore how the companions met before the events of the Chronicles books occur.

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Lovely!!

I've been re-working my way through this gem:

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I'm a sci-fi geek. Love the classic era of the 50-60s. James H. Schmitz is one of the forgotten masters.

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I like that time period as well, though I'm no expert by any means. Most of my sci fi reading has been Isaac Asimov's stuff, and some "best of" anthologies. That time period has a feel to it that I really like, though I can't quite put my finger on what it is exactly.

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This one now. Such wonderful classic sci-fi!

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Octavia Bulter. Dawn. So bloody smart. Mind blown. Now I have to find the following two books in the series. Picked the first up used. The others seem to be available only in a single (ugly) volume. Will hunt the used bookstores ...


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More of James H. Schmitz - best Sci-Fi author of them all. Can't get enough of his stuff!

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Don't read it. Very shallow, one-sided, terrible book.


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Since we are all joking :)


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