Discussion in 'Denver, CO' started by darth_hair, Jan 16, 2003.
Dark Saber, finally finished that other book
OH, & Knights of the Old Republic & the manual
Just read the last of the psi corps trilogy!!! its so good. started readign it at 9 last night and finished it at 1:45. i kind of didnt watch the clock and read the whole thing at once. its good.
also got the first book of the wheel of time series. starting that one tonight.
I just finished Stephen King's Wolves of the Calla. It was excellet. I love how he intermixes all of his stories. Has anyone else read this one. I have it for anyone who wants to borrow it.
Started Shatterpoint. First 10 pages are pretty good...
halo the fall of reach.
REreading Anne Rice's Blood and Gold.
'Bout 1/2 way through Unifying Force.... And I am really enjoying it so far Just wish I had more time to read... But not last weekend
i think im gonna go put that one on the credit card . i started book 4 of rouge squadren and i keep thinking about the njo
I keep flashing back to Rogue Squadron while I'm reading NJO
Just finished the eye of the world.
Working from home today, and being bored. Geez, it's past 1pm awready, and I'm just barely slacking now. What's up with that?
halo fall of reach, then halo the flood, then halo first strike.
they all tie together so maby i'll get more out of it by reading them one after the other
[link=http://www.scifi.com/sfw/advance/08_interview.html]A.C. Crispin interview [/link] now available on line.
I, Claudius. Its about the Fourth of the Julian emeriours, Tiberius Claudius Drusus Nero Germanicus.
That is a wonderfull name aye?
In addition to The Scarlet Letter (which is probably the best book they've made me read in prison), I'm reading El Principito, The Little Prince, except in Spanish. I don't know if I'm reading it wrong, or it's just an odd story...
No, it's definitely an odd story, SB. I was fortunate enough to read Le Petit Prince in some remedial French class back in the day.
Scarlet Letter, good read. One of Hawthorne's better tales. Wouldn't necessarily recommend the Demi Moore screen adaptation though.
If you like his style, I'd also recommend House of Seven Gables and The Marble Faun.
Thanks for the suggestions!
Can anyone tell me the books that come after Destiny's Way? I need to do some catching up...
Force Heretic Trilogy - Remnant, Refugee & Reunion
The Final Prophecy
The Unifying Force
(In that order)
Thank you muchly!
Let me know if you want to borrow mine.... Since I'm not that far from you Except, Unifying Force, since I'm still reading that one
Any Ideas when the NJO -ends?- or is it going to go on forever?
Roman Idea of Justice *Just for Laughs*~
"It was said at the inquest that he had been seen throwing fruit [pear] up in the air and trying to catch it in his mouth: his death was unquestionably due to accident? As was the custom in such cases the pear tree was charged with murder and sentenced to be uprooted and burned.?
Well, the NJO just officially "ended" with Unifying Force. So, who knows wha's next?
Was the ending worth it, or was it a let down?
Well, for the most part, I enjoyed the final two NJO novels - Final Prophecy & Unifying Force. That having been said, the enjoyment was relative to much disappointment previously experienced while reading the NJO. Overall, I thought the ending was decent, considering that there were many plot holes that needed to be filled and many loose strings to be tied. Too much discontinuity throughout the whole series though, unfortunately. But, I guess that's to be expected, given the disjunct nature in which the "collaboration" amongst authors occurred.