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    best read previous bought books. Death Gate Cycle,

    i would say on this nice reading style with very good plots and twists if you like some fantasy reads that include the odd elf and dwarf - now that story gripped me through all 7 books

    i just couldn't put it down i had to read like crazy person...(i think i am allready past crazy however )

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    An assassin and the royal child he has been hired to kill form an unlikely and unstable alliance as the plots of human sorcerers, elven pirates, and dwarf revolutionaries threaten to overwhelm the airborne kingdoms of Arianus. Long-time collaborators Weis and Hickman ("The Darksword" trilogy; "The Rose of the Prophet" trilogy) have embarked on their most ambitious project to date in this first of a projected seven-volume cycle. The authors' combined talents for innovative world-building and sympathetic characterizations find ample outlet in this epic fantasy. Recommended for most libraries.
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    Preeminent storytellers Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman have redefined epic fantasy. Since the publication of their Dragonlance series, millions of readers have enjoyed their imaginative world-building, rich characterization, and intricate storylines. Now these bestsellingauthors bring their talents to one of the most innovative fantasy creations ever in Dragon Wing, the first volume in The Death Gate Cycle.
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    I also LOVED the book Chocolat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pooky View Post
    I also LOVED the book Chocolat.
    You ate the book?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pooky View Post
    I also LOVED the book Chocolat.
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    Anyways... back on topic... A Short History of Nearly Everyting: Bill Bryson. Read it about four or five years ago, as it came out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xrapidx View Post
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    any robert Kiyosaki book, or any book by robert g allen

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    Anything by Terry Pratchett or Raymond Feist
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    Quote Originally Posted by hashbrown99 View Post
    Terry Pratchett
    Where can I find where his books start? i.e. first one, second one, etc.

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    Here's one of a few I found. It excludes his "children's books". My favorites are the ones with the witches and the city guard

    Happy reading
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    The road to reality - Roger Penrose?
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    Wilbur Smith's 'Egyptian' Series ... already read 'River God' and 'The Seventh Scroll' .... very good.
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    William Gibson's "Neuromancer"
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    Phillip Pullman's His Dark Materials trilogy ... don't let the movie put you off the books.

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    Anything by Clive Barker (especially Weaveworld)

    The Catcher in the Rye should be read by everyone before they die.

    The Dark Tower series by Stephen King.

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