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By SpaceAnomaly 2016-02-05 08:02:06  
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0765365278
I enjoyed the first 2 books immensely. The 3rd one isn't out that I'm aware of.

I suck at explaining things so probably better to read reviews and stuff. :I
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By Ragnarok.Ashman 2016-02-05 08:46:27  
Got em! Thanks!
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By Ragnarok.Ashman 2016-04-29 10:05:35  
Note to self:

Self,

look at this later. http://imgur.com/gallery/EXmST

Thanks,
You
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By Idiot Boy 2016-04-29 10:07:26  
Ragnarok.Ashman said: »
Note to self:

Self,

look at this later. http://imgur.com/gallery/EXmST

Thanks,
You

I've read almost all of those. I highly recommend the Vlad Taltos stuff in particular.
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By Ragnarok.Ashman 2016-11-17 09:27:45  
I need to set myself a reminder to check this T.T I keep doing amazon orders and buying "EH" stuff and then being like DAMNIT.

I just saw the peculiar children movie and decided to pick those books up.
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By Anna Ruthven 2016-11-17 09:29:07  
Ragnarok.Ashman said: »
"EH" stuff
"Made in Canada"
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By Ramyrez 2016-11-17 09:30:47  
Anna Ruthven said: »
Ragnarok.Ashman said: »
"EH" stuff
"Made in Canada" "Fabriqué au Canada"

Helped you avoid a hefty fine of $10,000 Canadian. Or $5 USD.
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By Ragnarok.Ashman 2016-11-17 09:32:45  
I live in Michigan. I see C eh N eh D eh every day without binoculars!
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By Ragnarok.Ashman 2017-03-21 12:11:21  
http://imgur.com/gallery/ZcxC2

side note edit: I have good omens but haven't read yet. I haven't started discworld yet because i'm not a millionaire and I don't want to buy the whoel series (and ive got no one to borrow from). i'm too hipster to read GoT until it's not this weeks walking dead. I got the sanderson novels at kelhor's recommendation (I think) but haven't read yet. American gods was v-good. I bought it as a 2fer with Anansi boys (also good).
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By Ragnarok.Ghishlain 2017-03-21 13:36:46  
Still recommending "The Name of the Wind" if you haven't read it yet =p *waves*
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By Sidiov 2017-03-21 13:58:15  
Ragnarok.Ashman said: »
http://imgur.com/gallery/ZcxC2
side note edit: I have good omens but haven't read yet. I haven't started discworld yet because i'm not a millionaire and I don't want to buy the whoel series.
I'll be honest, I bought all of these as they were released in pulp format, and I couldn't be happier. It was worth every penny.
It's a bit different than most fantasy, so dont expect it to feel like Raymond Feist's 30 books, or Terry Goodkind.
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By Ragnarok.Ashman 2017-03-21 14:35:55  
Ragnarok.Ghishlain said: »
Still recommending "The Name of the Wind" if you haven't read it yet =p *waves*

<3 ghishypoo

Sidiov said: »
Ragnarok.Ashman said: »
http://imgur.com/gallery/ZcxC2
side note edit: I have good omens but haven't read yet. I haven't started discworld yet because i'm not a millionaire and I don't want to buy the whoel series.
I'll be honest, I bought all of these as they were released in pulp format, and I couldn't be happier. It was worth every penny.
It's a bit different than most fantasy, so dont expect it to feel like Raymond Feist's 30 books, or Terry Goodkind.

Oh I fully intend to buy them. It's more of a "making excuses due to suspense at let down / over hype etc. I have a cousin who changed his name to "Om" at one point (it's now Xavier if you were wondering). I grew up being told that they were the apex of books so now I'm intimidated.
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By Shiva.Keman 2017-03-22 11:55:41  
Welp I came here to post a couple recommendation and see if you or anyone had read them (hadn't seen them recommended yet in this thread and thought maybe I just had bad tastes :P), but from this I came upon an update to said series that I had been looking for for many many years, So thank you to who ever wants to take credit.


Anyways I was referring to the Elvenbane Series by Andre Norton & Mercedes Lackey. I absolutely loved this world and the magic within it. My name "Keman" is actually from the main shape shifting dragon within this series. (3rd book had came out in 2002, since then Norton had died and no update was ever heard about the 4th and final book. 15 years later on March, 17 2017 Lackey stated she plans to finish it by 2017's end. Yes I am super excited)

Also Recommending The Darksword series of books, written by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman (A trilogy with a 4th to complete it).

I am interested if anyone else here has read either of these and what there thoughts were on them as well.

Edit:

While discussing this conversation with my Brother he highly suggested that I recommend the series "Sword of Heavens" by Richard S Tuttle. As well as the Earthsea series by Ursula K. Le Guin. (I can not vouch for these myself, but he was able to get blm to lv 25 about 12 years ago so I guess he might can be trusted maybe)
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By Odin.Strummer 2017-03-23 10:51:37  
A little off the beaten path here, but if nonfiction work about mythology is something you consume, I can highly recommend Lewis Hyde's Trickster Makes This World: Mischief, Myth, and Art. It's among the best books I read last year; Hyde writes beautiful prose and the content is stellar.
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