Dark Lord in paperback/Various musings
ira at rempt.xs4all.nl
Thu Jan 6 13:25:21 EST 2000
On Thu, 6 Jan 2000, McMullin, Elise wrote:
> say, that's a good idea - desert island dwj. What do you think -
> you must be stranded on a desert island and you may only take....3(?) dwjs
> along. Which ones do you take? What's the hardest limit number - two?
One would be hardest for me - I wouldn't be able to decide between
_Deep Secret_ and _Fire and Hemlock_. Those two, then, if two. Three
becomes hard again: _Howl's Moving Castle_ or _Castle in the Air_?
This choice isn't automatically resolved when I'm allowed four,
because then the Dalemark books come into view, and the Chrestomanci
books... Elise, you're torturing me!
Let's make it:
Fire and Hemlock
(or either of those and pick two from the next bunch)
A blindfolded choice between: Howl's Moving Castle
Castle in the Air
Cart and Cwidder
Power of Three (first one I read)
The Homeward Bounders
Another blindfolded choice between: The Lives of Christopher Chant
The Magicians of Caprona
(first one I'll read to my kids)
A Tale of Time City
The Time of the Ghost
Varsinen an laynynay, saraz no arlet rastynay.
irina at rempt.xs4all.nl (myself) - http://valdyas.conlang.org (Valdyas)
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