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    The Disasters by M.K. England, four space academy washouts get caught up in an intergalactic terrorist plot. A thrilling Sci-Fi adventure. Hoping for a sequel because I want to spend more time with these characters.

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    Author Gene Wolf has passed away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deathstroke View Post
    Author Gene Wolf has passed away.
    Never read any of his novels, but enjoyed many of his short stories.

    RIP
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    Looks like this may be the right place for this. Almost finished with The Dresden Files series and I love it. Looking for the next series and thinking about trying Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time. Thoughts or recommendations on either The Wheel of Time or other fantasy series?
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Darknight Detective View Post
    Never read any of his novels, but enjoyed many of his short stories.

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    I highly recommend the Urth of the New Sun series. At least try Shadow of the Torturer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jekyll View Post
    Looks like this may be the right place for this. Almost finished with The Dresden Files series and I love it. Looking for the next series and thinking about trying Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time. Thoughts or recommendations on either The Wheel of Time or other fantasy series?
    Love the Wheel of Time. I've read or listened to the whole thing twice and the earlier books more times than that. Its a massive undertaking though given the length. Its biggest plus is that its finished. Negative is it does drag for a few books mid series when the author got more interested in world building than moving the plot forward. Its still good now that its finished but it was highly frustrating at the time of these books release since so little forward plot movement was happening.

    There apparently is going to be an Amazon TV series based on it so if you read it now you'll be ahead of the game.

    Likely every opinion you get is going to love / hate with no in between.

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    I finished reading the Jack Higgins novel A Devil Is Waiting. It was okay but nothing all that much to really write home about.
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    Started reading:

    Three at Wolfe's Door by Rex Stout <Nero Wolfe>
    (orig. published 1960; 1995 Bantam "Crime Line")

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    Here's my review of the Brian Panowich thriller Like Lions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChadH View Post
    I highly recommend the Urth of the New Sun series. At least try Shadow of the Torturer.
    Thanks for the tip!
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    On my Kindle, I'll start reading tomorrow The Worn Ouroboros (1922) by Eric Rücker Eddison. On Easter, my new non-Kindle book will be Separation of Power (2001), the 3rd book in the Mitch Rapp series by Vince Flynn.



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    Game Change: Obama and the Clintons, McCain and Palin, and the Race of a Lifetime is a good read, especially the part about John Edwards affair. It exposes Mrs. Edwards as a crazy hysterical bitch.

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    I am Legend. Surprised this was written in the 50s. Thought it was pretty damn good up until the ending.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CliffHanger2 View Post
    I am Legend. Surprised this was written in the 50s. Thought it was pretty damn good up until the ending.
    I read it about ten years ago myself and thought it was quite good, as has been the case with other Richard Matheson stories I have tackled.
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    Got the Mask Omnibus vol 1

    Finished reading Batman Dark Knights Metal...thought it was really trippy.

    Eyeing the authority omnibus, the Batman who laughs, and a few DC titles

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