other authors to compare with DWJ
Melissa at Proffitt.com
Thu Sep 2 22:41:32 EDT 1999
>>but should I wait until I've read Spellcoats before I tackle Crown of
>>Dalemark (which I've just bought)?
> I don't know if it makes a difference. In my case I tried to
>read "Spellcoats" but couldn't. (I know, blasphemy!). Then I read "Cart and
>Cwidder" and "Drowned Ammett" and loved them. Didn't realize that
>"Spellcoats" was linked to them. Some time later, book four came out and I
>said "What?? "C and C" and "Ammett" are part of a *quartet*? Sooo, I read
>"Spellcoats" and LOVED it, then re-read "C and C" and "Ammett", and then
>read "Crown of Dalemark". I was glad I read "Spellcoats" first because it
>did add something to "Crown" but, in answer to your question, I don't know
>if you absolutely *need* to read it first. Sorry, not much help there!
I think it just means you'll have a different reading experience, depending
on what order you choose--not that you'll miss anything. I read
_Spellcoats_ a long time ago, and then _Cart and Cwidder_, but I had no idea
that they were in a series and had never even *heard* of _Drowned Ammet_.
(This was before _Crown of Dalemark_ came out.) I'd say, yeah, maybe read
_Spellcoats_ first, but it's not essential.
I can't believe I didn't know about _Drowned Ammet_. It's my favorite of
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