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Whilst I haven't started yet (my continuing chest cold drama is keeping me from getting the mood to read), I did recently get The Princess Bride. Never even seen it in a local library before, let alone read it. Will be interesting to see how different it is from the beloved film.
And Michael Jan Friedman..theres a name I haven't heard for years...since I was reading a bit of Trek stuff back in the '90s.
A monstrous achievement, this quartet; I'm gonna miss the 1950s setting. Not that the ongoing series isn't good.
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Very nice little book.
Anthem by Ayn Rand
So far, I'm not exactly blown away. It's a short work and Rand's ideology is a bit much (though all of her books seem this way).
Dragons of War by Christopher Rowley.
I've found that my favorite fantasy stories are supported by well-formed characters, and the broketail dragon and his dragonboy sort of click with me. Although I found the first book in the series both gritty and compelling, the second was a weak follow-up and seemed like filler. Let's hope that this third installment picks back up.
Finally, I'm slowly digesting Spycraft 2.0. No rush on this one, as there's no sign of having the opportunity to actually play it anytime soon.
Of course first I have to get done with the Codex Alera titles I just got :)
Personally I loved those two books even more than I love his Bridge and Sprawl Trilogies. :)
Now reading Robert Rankin's 'The Hollow Chocolate Bunnies of the Apocalypse'.
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