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  • I read the Star Wars Darth Plagueis Novel.


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    @ABWorsham:

    I read the Star Wars Darth Plagueis Novel.

    How was it ABWorsham?, a good read to recomend?



  • I enjoyed the read, some of the reviews were not kind, however I really enjoyed it. The story covers many years and mentions in some way six different Sith Lords.



  • Just last night I finished The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy - the first book I’ve finished in a year (did start Don Quixote last November and had to put it down for work/study priority).  It was a refreshing a quick read - hope to complete the rest soon, more than likely the end of the year.


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    I was on holiday without a book, so my wife said to read hers:The Shining Girls. I did enjoy it. It is a murder thriller, but with a scifi twist. Well worth a read.
    I am afraid I cannot remember the author.



  • Star wars Darth Bane, just the first one. Baddass read

    Also i loved the entire Dark Lord trilogy (Labyrinth of Evil, Revenge of the Sith, Rise of Darth Vader) By Matt Stover and James Luceno
    A really amazing series that details the real story of Star Wars.
    Probably the most well written of any novels in the star wars universe.

    @ABWorsham:

    I read the Star Wars Darth Plagueis Novel.

    This is a good one aswell, gives you much insight into Darth Sidious who is basically the culmination of 1000 years of Sith growth that started with Darth Bane



  • Well, I read right through all 5 books of the “Percy Jackson and the Olympians” series in about 4-5 days.  They’re quite an enjoyable read.  I also just discovered that Mr. Riordan is in the process of writing a sequel series and is already up to book 4, so now I just need to save up some funds to buy them (or at least find them at a local library).



  • Read through “The Apocalypse Troll” and “In Fury Born” by David Weber again recently.  Really good books.

    I’m planning on reading through Daniel Hood’s 5-book “Fanuilh” series, after if comes in the mail.  After reading some reviews, it looked like a series that I would enjoy.



  • @Bardoly:

    Well, I read right through all 5 books of the “Percy Jackson and the Olympians” series in about 4-5 days.  They’re quite an enjoyable read.  I also just discovered that Mr. Riordan is in the process of writing a sequel series and is already up to book 4, so now I just need to save up some funds to buy them (or at least find them at a local library).

    My sons loved the series.



  • A friend of mine has written a fantasy novel, “The Phoenix Quest” and is looking to get it published.  Anyone who can help fund it would be well-appreciated.


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    Star Wars isn’t Science Fiction. In general, its given the genre a bad name.



  • Haven’t had much time for reading of late, but I recently came across Brandon Sanderson’s “The Reckoners” trilogy.  Book 1 is “Steelheart”, and it’s really good.  The entire trilogy is great, and I recommend it to all.



  • I’ve been reading Alex Scarrow’s “TimeRiders” series lately and have really been enjoying it.


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