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Re: Re: The sort of fiction you're most likely to find me reading:

by BUU (Prior)
on Sep 04, 2003 at 04:40 UTC ( #288792=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: The sort of fiction you're most likely to find me reading:
in thread The sort of fiction you're most likely to find me reading:

For the reccord (not that anyone cares) The wheel of time is a terrible series and an offense readers everywhere. After writing something like 9 books each of which is over 900 pages, you'd think you'd manage to find a conclusion in there someplace. So lest I be accused of going on too long with out my own conclusion, let me say this: I hate hate hate hate!

:)


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Re: Re: Re: The sort of fiction you're most likely to find me reading:
by deliria (Hermit) on Sep 04, 2003 at 09:02 UTC
    the series is getting rather long indeed, i finished the 10th book a while ago and waiting for the next.

    can you imagine i read volumes 1 to 7 about 3 times? *grin*
      Yeah, but mostly because my mother has done the same thing.. She rereads the entire series every time he finally finishes a new book.
      Speaking of a series too long, have you tried L Ron Hubbard's Mission Earth series? I bought all of them as a package deal at a yard sale (10 volumes if I remember)... I only made it to the third one before I gave up on it entirely. That man could be long winded for sure! :)

      Battlefield Earth was a good read. But hack off the last 200 pages or so and it's much better :)

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