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    Anne Rice's vampires
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    Anne Rice: full time writer, creator of the brat prince Lestat, of the Mayfair witches and the famous Vampire Chronicles, which began with the even more famous book-turned-crappy-movie 'Interview with ...


    iced.cappuchino - Sun Nov 28, 2004 5:51 pm

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    R.A. Salvatore
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    Anybody read R.A. Salvatore's stuff? It's awsome. (That's where I got my name, Drizzt, my favorite main character). I just recently finished the latest one, THE TWO SWORDS. I love ...


    Drizzt - Thu Nov 25, 2004 7:11 am

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    Redwall lover!
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    Anyone like that series? I know its been out for a while, but I just read it and loved it! Now one of my top book picks!


    Dreami - Tue Nov 23, 2004 1:20 pm

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    Guitar Girl by Sarra Manning
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    When I checked this book out from the library, I started reading just as we got in the car. I didn't put it down until I fell asleep in it. ...


    Chevy - Sun Nov 21, 2004 11:37 pm

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    George R.R. Martin "Song of Ice and Fire"
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    I recently completed the first book of the series 'a song of ice and fire,' titled a game of thrones. It's adult fantasy, and so there were a few awkward ...


    hawk - Sun Nov 21, 2004 5:56 am

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    David Gemmell
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    Is anybody here a David Gemmell fan? I love his books. Heroic Fantasy, for all who don't know of him. I recommend any fantasy fans to pick up any of ...


    Firestarter - Fri Nov 19, 2004 10:01 pm

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    I most certainly loved The Riftwar Saga by Raymond E. Fiest! Including all of his other books, except for maybe ... bah Talon of the Silver Hawk. Ewww.... To me, ...

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    SamK - Wed Nov 17, 2004 4:33 am


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