Aaaarrrrgggghhhh wrote:For reference, the closest thing to an introduction thread is here,
Ah... thanks I'll pop in there then.........
andy_m wrote:Sorry for starting here, but I'm a new member and as of yet I cannot start new posts of my own. And there doesn't appear to be any introductions topics, so books it has to be I suppose...
Currently reading Wheel of Time again. Fourteen books in all, I say again, but I got as far as book eleven and I decided to stop there because the last two books had not been released yet.
I then picked up A Song of Ice and Fire (or Game of Thrones).
I've also read Tolkien (not just LOTR), Feist (Magician and stuff), Eddings, Hobb, all that sort of stuff.
I also like my sci-fi, favourite author being the late Ian M. Banks.
So, there you go, first post...
thehairyone wrote:+1 for Brandon Sanderson as well. His entrance to WoT marks a fantastic upswing in the quality of the story telling, and his standalone work is also excellent. I'm hoping the Stormlight Archive is longer than a trilogy because I'd like to see what he can do with a long story line.
gandalf the red wrote:Bisset wrote: Farseer ......plodded along...... felt a bit, I dunno, bland?
Luke_X wrote:Got a ruler out and I measure it about 11 inches. Which pretty good value in my mind.