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Posted: 22-Jan-2009, 07:13 PM
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Hey Marti, your book sounds like a terrific read! I will have to get that! Thanks for mentioning and your recommendation!


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Posted: 22-Jan-2009, 10:10 PM
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The Genesis of Shannara: The Elves of Cintra, by Terry Brooks.

For those of you who are fantasy buffs and have not read Brooks' Shannara series, you have no idea what you are missing. There are several "series" within the Shannara world, all in chronological order. If you are interested and want info on where to begin, you can check out his website at www.terrybrooks.net/ He also gives his recommendation on the order to read them. If anyone is interested in talking about the Shannara/Word, Void books just let me know.


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Posted: 23-Jan-2009, 08:52 AM
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I have started reading Sara Donati's second book of her series Dawn on a Distant Shore.

The book(s) (Into the Wilderness) really pulls you through the story by keeping the reader on edge with action, twists and extremely strong character builds. Based in the 1800's, it has historical content living in America and ending up in Scotland to seek out Nathaniel's heritage.


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Posted: 23-Jan-2009, 09:28 AM
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As usual History. I'm reading "Brave Battalion" by Mark Zuehlke about the 16th Battalion (Canadian Scottish) in the First World War.


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I am reading Bard: the Odyssey of the Irish, by Morgan Llywelyn. Kind of a strange book. She takes a long time to develop a storyline. I'll let you know how I feel about it when I am finished with it.
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Posted: 08-Feb-2009, 11:57 AM
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As always History. This time its "Two Battles and Two Bills: Marathon and the Athenian Fleet" by Johan Henri Schreiner. I never get tired of reading History just finished a Biography of General Sir Douglas Haig and the First World War. Mired aren't I.


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As always History. This time its "Two Battles and Two Bills: Marathon and the Athenian Fleet" by Johan Henri Schreiner. I never get tired of reading History just finished a Biography of General Sir Douglas Haig and the First World War. Mired aren't I.


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Posted: 09-Feb-2009, 10:12 AM
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The Genesis of Shannara: The Gypsy Morph

I'm terribly upset. This is the last he is going to write on the Shannara series until next year!!!I hate waiting so long before the next trilogy is complete. His (the author: Terry Brooks) website says he has plans for 12 or 13 more books to connect the two timelines together.....I sure hope he's in good health. It won't be the same if someone else hasd to finish them. sad.gif
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Started Walden, by Thoreau last night. Last time I read it was in college.
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QUOTE (j Padraig moore @ 03-Feb-2009, 03:51 PM)
I am reading Bard: the Odyssey of the Irish, by Morgan Llywelyn. Kind of a strange book. She takes a long time to develop a storyline. I'll let you know how I feel about it when I am finished with it.

Finished Bard a couple of days ago. It took me a while, but I finally waded my way through it. It was an interesting story, fictionalized of course, about the colonization of Ireland by the Gaels from Iberia. Though a slow starter, it did have a good mix of romance, action, war and redemption. Part history, part fantasy with even a little science fiction thrown in. I enjoyed it, but I have to say I am not too sure I'll pick up any other similar books by Llewelyn.
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Ahhh...fellow bookworms.
Just finished: Lost Souls Reunion by Suzanne Powers
Currently Reading: Fool Moon by Jim Butcher
Next Up: Outlander (again) by Diana Gabaldon
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The Genesis of Shannara: The Gypsy Morph - I'm terribly upset. This is the last he is going to write on the Shannara series until next year!!!I hate waiting so long before the next trilogy is complete.  sad.gif


Now you know how us Lasses feel waiting for the next book in the Diana Gabaldon Series tongue.gif
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Posted: 26-Feb-2009, 04:00 PM
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I am currently reading:

"Britain BC" by Francis Pryor; and
"The Voyage of Bran" as translated by Keno Meyer.


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Posted: 26-Feb-2009, 11:21 PM
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I get my books from my daughter so tonight I started with The Jester..James Patterson & Andrew Gross ,then it will be Twilight..Stephenie Meyer.

LeeLee we will have too wait til September for that new one,this is why I read what my daughter gives me. She said to me today when she handed me those two books "Mom I'm so proud of you" two years ago you couldn't of got a book in my hand now you can't get them out of it. Outlander started the reading fever.


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