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Sat Jun 16 11:14:09 EDT 2007
Ah, well. I can't remember what order I read them in, except that The
Crown of Dalemark was certainly last.
I reread Cart and Cwidder the least, I think, although I'm not sure
I really, really dote upon certain parts of Drowned Ammet -- the
parts in the Holy Isles.
And I really like Spellcoats.
Oh, well. DWJ is wonderful. But we all knew that, right?
On Jun 16, 2007, at 8:19 AM, Paul Andinach wrote:
> On Sat, 16 Jun 2007, Minnow wrote:
>> A clue for readers about reading-order would be in the set of four
>> paperbacks of Dalemark that came out simultaneously from Mandarin in
>> 1993: the covers of those four books are, splendidly, a panorama, and
>> if you have two copies of each and lay them side-by-side you get a
>> continuous picture from the back cover of Cart and Cwidder round
>> through to the front of The Crown of Dalemark.
> Neat. The editions I have (Oxford, 2001) are merely numbered on the
> spine. 'Ammet' is number 2 and 'Spellcoats' is number 3; that's the
> order I read them, and it worked for me.
> "Hold fast to the one noble thing."
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