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I generally share your feelings about thrillers, but the Laundry books still had enough to offer for me to ignore some shortcomings.

Abercrombies world-building isn’t as detailed as I normally like it and a bit generic, but the book doesn’t suffer from it because the whole setting is really only there to serve as a backdrop for the fantastic, multi-faceted characters. Some major characters have changed quite severely and Harry is, as the title suggests, a ghost. The kids in school have a million-word challenge and it would be fun to track the number of words but they are not always available.

The first few paragraphs were rather odd but for a good reason but then this tale of a woman with seemingly superhuman powers appearing wherever someone was in danger completely drew me in. Martin The third story featuring Dunk and Egg, as enjoyable as the other two.

The future Stross’ has created here is a bit more dystopian than it was in Halting State and I’m looking forward to seeing where he gefflster take it in the next book, especially because the ending of Rule 34 was a bit disappointing. My tastes run pretty wide, but with a fairly heavy focus on fantasy. Stirling A very odd story.

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I suppose in a contest that seems to celebrate gaudiness, lack of creativity and pretty much the lowest common denominator in pop music, coming last is the only achievement that really counts.

Read this on a rather bad day gedlster it managed to brighten it up a little. The story took some very unexpected turns and is definitely among the best in this anthology. Robin Ince frequently visits all kinds of charity shops all over the UK and came across some very weird geflser. Stackpole Wedge’s Gamble by Michael A. It’s more or less standard Salvatore fare, with the usual spectacular battles.

Sometimes the bits are joined together a bit awkwardly – “That reminds me of. This is the third book in that series and picks up a while after the events of The Jennifer Morgue.


Petty Pewter Gods by Glen Cook The title is a reference to the Rule 34 meme which basically says that “If it exists there is porn of it. Needless to say, some authors do a better job with this than others. Savior by John Jackson Miller The Opera”his views on comedy LibraryThing All topics Hot topics Book discussions.

The author manages to keep what could have been a very dry read interesting almost all the way through. Again, often the comments by the author are what makes the strip funny for me in the first place.

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In this case, I think it’s quite unlikely that a 11 year-old in Germany, aroundwould claim that some geflstter reminded him of eucalyptus, a plant that wasn’t introduced to Europe until a few centuries later.

While the book managed to keep me interested until the end and definitely has some enjoyable moments, it also suffers from a few shortcomings.

I just checked this thread and apparently this is the first Pratchett book I’ve read this year, so I’ll probably throw one or two in, perhaps suf the holidays It kept me interested enough to finish the book, but I’m not planning to read the rest of the series. It’s set in a future Russia, for some reason all technology has stopped working and humanity has reverted back to the middle ages, with lots of small constantly warring feudal states, warriors on horseback with swords and bows.

Gil’s All Fright Diner by A. Garrett gets caught between them when both want him gefflster find the key to their survival.

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On the website there is usually a small comment from the author, that puts the comic into some kind of perspective and in my opinion adding these to the book would The last thing I had problems with, is the comic itself: I really enjoyed this trilogy and the characters Abercrombie created, so I hope that this story is continued sometime there are already two stand-alone novels featuring other characters in the series and the author is contracted to write four more.

The dialogues are occasionally funny, but on the whole I couldn’t shake the feeling that the author was trying to emulate Christopher Moore, but never came close to his level. Your use of the site and services is subject to these policies and terms.


First Stringers by Gerald M. And then he comes up with a story as absolutely beautiful as this.

The book is split between the perspectives of three main characters, Sue, Elaine a fraud investigator and Jack a programmer. He shows the major changes in tactics by focussing on the several great teams and innovative managers, explaining how they changed the game, with a lot of great anecdotes thrown in.

What starts as a small, if slightly weird, robbery quickly becomes an international espionage thriller with lots of twists. A Tale of the Kin by Douglas Hulick This book is set in a rather standard fantasy world, but with a few interesting twists and populated by several schreckensteinn characters. I loved the Farseer and Tawny Man trilogies and the Liveship Traders books have been on my Kindle for almost two years, but I never get around to gfflster them.

The United Kingdom is very much un-united with dozens of small kingdoms fighting for power, magic exists, but its power is waning and the last dragon is about to die.

Your 5 stars is definitely an encouragement for me to pick up his books and give it a try! The book contains one full short story set in the same world as The Painted Man and two akf pieces that were cut from the original novel. I liked the plot for the most part, and while some of the characters stayed a little flat, some of them were really great.

The book is basically a diary, with a lot of interesting anecdotes. I haven’t schreckensgein anything by this author before, but I heard excellent things schreckensteib her work. Weinberg This book has a lot of potential, even though the premise isn’t the most original – several young people discover that they have special abilities and band together to fight an evil organization that seeks to exploit them.

If I decide to schhreckenstein money on something that is already available for free on the internet, I would definitely prefer to purchase a paper copy to be fair, those are also available for purchaseespecially because many e-readers only have black and white e-ink screens, so I couldn’t butg view the comic in color.