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04 Dec 2020 20:11:10
Just finished The Traitor's Son Cycle, based on RH18's recommendation.
It's really interesting. It starts slow in The Red Knight, and there are so many characters. But Cameron is a really good writer.
The character development is really good and the political manoeuvring is realistic and logical.
It makes for a good read.

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1.) 31 Dec 2020 14:39:07
Real, glad you enjoyed it mate. Mark Lawrence is pretty good too, I've read his Broken Empire books, they are excellent. and I've read the first two of the Red Queens War, luckily the library were I am was open for a bit and I also got the third out! :)


 

 

28 Sep 2020 23:22:53
For those that love fantasy/ horror (mild horror really), Brian Lumley's Necroscope series is really good.
I was going to say "absolutely fantastic", but that may be overselling it (or not) .

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1.) 18 Oct 2020 18:40:07
Sorry mate. should replied. Never read his stuff but the blurb to book one looks pretty interesting. I’m always wary of horror (apart from Stephen king) because some fav our too much gore over storytelling but always interested in good reads.


 

 

 

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28 Sep 2020 05:01:35
RH18, yeah Joe Abercrombie is really good. And the First Law trilogy was just superb. It is better than the Shattered Sea trilogy, which is why I think he went back to The First Law World in The Age of Madness trilogy.
I have not read any of Miles Cameron, but based on your recommendation, he is next on my list once I am done with Riyria Chronicles/ Revelations.

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15 Sep 2020 20:50:34
I have Erikson's Malazan Book of The Fallen, and Malazan Empire series, but for whatever reason, I haven't been able to start.
Joe Abercrombie's The Trouble With Peace is out today though, and Brandon Sanderson's Rythm of War is out in November. Those are the ones I have been looking forward to all year.

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