Hvitveis wrote:Thank you so much! I have checked them all out on google, and they are all going on to my wishlist (for when exams finish sometime in march) except Eternal Chamion that sounded a little bit too bloody and depressing for my taste. And I am not going near the Wheel of Times. (I began reading it, and I thought it was going to be hard to wrap it all up in book seven..halfway into the book I realized there was not going to be any wrapping up anytime soon, and that the rest of the story was not written yet..by the time nr 8 came out I had forgotten most of the previous seven, and the thought of reading them all, only to be left hanging (again) put me off completely..) I had read an Feist book many years ago, without being too enthusiastic about the story, (prince of blood or something like that) but I'll try the first three. I really liked Good Omens and The Graveyard Book, so I'll be happy to give mr. Gaiman some more of my money. ( I want to start on the Sandman books/comics as well)
Deldaisy: The main library here in zaragoza, when last I went had just a couple of shelves with books in english and the bookstores are not much better. And my local library in Norway is much the same, (only they have the good excuse of being a library for 15 000 people, not 800 000.)so I have given them up for this genre.
Hvitveis wrote:This is soo cool. None of my friends are into fantasy, and so I have never had anyone to talk genre books and geek out with
Thank you for more recs, thay are all jotted down on a List. RR Martin however, I'll give a try when he has finished. Maybe. I hate it when the author gets you invested in characters only to kill them off in horrible ways, but I could deal with that if I knew the whole story was told, and there is an ending..
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