recommended authors

Rebecca Ganetzky rganetzk at
Wed Jun 5 09:20:42 EDT 2002

I agree, completly.  I read Obernewtyn, and found the premise and the 
beginning of the book to be trite and rather hideous (I read it just this 
year), but once I got further into the book both the characterization and 
writing style made up for both the beginning and the still rather cliche 
overall plot.  I am starting Farseekers, which I am told continues the 
writing style and characterization and glosses over the 
ersecuted thing.
I would recommend the Obernewtyn chronicles, while not on the top of my 
list, they're definetly worth a read.

--On Wednesday, June 05, 2002 8:51 AM +1000 Emma Comerford 
<s369161 at> wrote:

> As I'm now over the worst of my exam/assignment run, I finally sat down
> and started another list of books - complied from many messages - to
> search for at the library.
> And I finally thought of an author who hasn't been recommended (I think) -
> Isobelle Carmody, who has writes young adult fantasy. I find it hard to be
> objective about her books as I read many of them when my taste in books
> was being formed (and so I tend to think of her, for example, as the
> original post-holocaust fantasy author - just as I tend to associate DWJ
> as the creator of the multiple worlds idea).  However, I do enjoy her
> books, although the first series she started - the Obernewtyn Chronicles
> - has not been finshed after many years (I think Obernewtyn was published
> in the late 1980s, and the fourth book was published 1999), which is
> irritating, especially as she has also started another unfinshed series
> in the 90s as well.
> After all of that extraneous information, I'll leave you all with the rec!
> Emma
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