[Believing Is Seeing and other books]
erica at mindspring.com
Fri Jun 30 19:31:48 EDT 2000
>lpuszcz at uoft02.utoledo.edu wrote:
>>In other book notes, I just read my first two Terry Pratchett books.
>>"Equal Rites" was good, but "Carpe Jugulum" was fantastic. I'm >definitely
>adding Pratchett to my Must Read list.
>I've only read six or seven of his books so far (not CARPE JUGULUM yet) but
>HOGFATHER was tremendous! My fave so far.
I cannot recommend the Mort/Reaper Man combo enough. They're my
absolute faves of all of his books. I must admit a fondness, however,
for the Carrot/Guard books too.
>I've been on a big Tim Powers trip lately, thanks to this list.
I love his Anubis Gate and Last Call. The rest I find fascinating
but only tepidly admirable.
Have you tried Claudia Edwards (only 4 books ever written),
PC Hodgell (3), Barry Hughart (3) or Robert Wilfred Franson (just 1 book, alas)
I'm also quite fond of Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time series.
>Back on topic, I'm enjoying DARK LORD for the third time right now. Call it
>early prepping for YEAR OF THE GRIFFIN.
Is this an announced book?
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