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  1. In Topic: Series Reread by doing the Path to Ascendency First is really nice.

    25 November 2020 - 05:34 PM

    I would not start at all with MT first, nor would I recommend it. I think some people latch onto it as a possible starting on point because it is set in the past on another continent. But then the problem is, what is book 2 in that order? Is it GOTM in which case the reader has to wait 5 books to get back to the non-Trull characters in MT. Or RG, which makes the order just crazy.
  2. In Topic: Erikson has started writing THE GOD IS NOT WILLING (Toblakai Trilogy Book 1)

    19 November 2020 - 06:09 PM

    I don't know what Amazon you use ArchieVist but the synopsis is right here:
    https://www.amazon.c...k/dp/B07GVBKC1N
  3. In Topic: Erikson has started writing THE GOD IS NOT WILLING (Toblakai Trilogy Book 1)

    18 November 2020 - 10:16 AM

    Its also on Amazon

    Spoiler
  4. In Topic: Warhammer Books

    05 November 2020 - 09:55 AM

    I would stick with all of the Ganunts Ghosts books first up until the end of Anarch, the last published book. Overtime they do give you a great mix of all the different war genre types (urban war, tank battles, space battles, covert battles) and if they dont get involved, they at least witness the type of fighting. And in my mind, Abnett does the kind of squad based characters better then Erikson. (Yes there is Fiddler, the Bridgeburners and the "important" Bonehunters but Abnett seems to have a fuller range of characters and the soldiers seem more believeable in places as well.)
  5. In Topic: Terry Goodkind has passed away, aged 72

    18 September 2020 - 01:41 PM

    Read Wizards First Rule, years ago. I thought it was ok, neither terrible nor brilliant. Never read any of the others.

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    blackzoid 

    11 Jan 2019 - 09:50
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    Tsundoku 

    10 Jan 2019 - 04:40
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