[DWJ] It's echoing in here

Ehsan Roudiani es at historicalfact.com
Wed Aug 19 03:29:45 EDT 2009

Hexwood for me - Fire and Hemlock is my favourite, but Hexwood runs a  
close second and it's more holiday reading I think, Fire and Hemlock  
always feels melancholy to me. I also always take Raymond Chandler  
books on holiday with me, I am not sure I've ever read one when not in  
a plane. No idea why they're such perfect plane reading for me but  
they really work.


On 19 Aug 2009, at 01:01, Elizabeth Evans wrote:

> So here's a desert island question for the list - if you were going on
> holiday to a tropical island, where there is not much to do but swim  
> in
> the warm ocean and lie in the shade of a coconut tree and read, which
> DWJ book would you pack first of all? It might not necessarily be your
> favourite, because the reason one is your favourite might be that it  
> is
> more thought-provoking, and you might not feel like thinking too hard
> while on holiday. But there again . . . you might.
> I think on that basis I would probably pack The Magicians of  
> Caprona. I
> always enjoy reading it, and it's so funny.	But Archer's Goon is my
> favourite.
> Regards
> Elizabeth.

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