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Re: Active members with novels I've read the The Bejeweled Chest by S.K. Inkslinger

Nice little story were you inspired by   Stephen King Gunslinger novel?

May 27, 2019, 09:46:35 AM
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Re: Active members with novels Death's Merchant (Common Among Gods #1) by Justan Henner

This book is amazing don't be put off by the page numbers the story does indeed need it. This novel for me is on par with Malazan with all the intrigue and politics going on between different groups of people and the history of the Gods and their aspects are fascinating.

I loved all the characters with all their own unique personalities one of my favourites is the mysterious Not Lu I just loved reading about him.

From what I've read so far off his work Justan Henner is a most talented writer and I will be looking forward to his next book.

Only one minor thing that annoyed me with the book is that there needs to be more variety in swear words felt like every character that swore only know the word butcherin.

May 27, 2019, 09:51:16 AM
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Re: Active members with novels I've got … counts on fingers ... eleven … and number 12 is due out tomorrow.

Even to me that seems a lot.

May 27, 2019, 08:48:11 PM
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I've got … counts on fingers ... eleven … and number 12 is due out tomorrow.

Even to me that seems a lot.
What will you do, when number 13 is out? Start counting with fingers and toes? ;)

May 27, 2019, 09:00:06 PM
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Re: The King's Paws (with one holding a bottle of Peri Peri sauce.) London people must be used to it, but I was super excited to see a street of my town on TV this Sunday :D
It's supposed to be in the 19th century, so it was very funny to see all the big signs removed and the street covered with packed earth, with the carriages and urchins. Also, they completely removed the buildings of the other side and made it as if it was just fields and stuff :o
Then the characters enter through a door (the local theatre) and into a completely different place!

May 28, 2019, 11:21:11 AM
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Death's Merchant (Common Among Gods #1) by Justan Henner

This book is amazing don't be put off by the page numbers the story does indeed need it. This novel for me is on par with Malazan with all the intrigue and politics going on between different groups of people and the history of the Gods and their aspects are fascinating.

I loved all the characters with all their own unique personalities one of my favourites is the mysterious Not Lu I just loved reading about him.

From what I've read so far off his work Justan Henner is a most talented writer and I will be looking forward to his next book.

Only one minor thing that annoyed me with the book is that there needs to be more variety in swear words felt like every character that swore only know the word butcherin.

on par with Malazan? That's a Must Immeadiately Read Book :)

May 28, 2019, 12:19:23 PM
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Re: SF/F set in the Middle East

City of Brass was pretty good.
All about the magical cities of the djinn
Sequel The Kingdom of Copper is out. It’s in my tbr pile.

May 29, 2019, 07:31:58 AM
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Re: The King's Paws (with one holding a bottle of Peri Peri sauce.)
Haha @ScarletBea  it's bc I started these as long form letters to people back home while I'd be gone for years. I've got hundreds of these I went to put into a book one day but I don't how to tie them all together. 

Haha yes @JMack it is all true
The few glimpses I got of your life (haunted tea pots, muggings, chantacuros, hostage situations, ...) and the style you wrote this piece in says in big bold letters: Write this book!

May 29, 2019, 07:47:34 PM
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Re: The King's Paws (with one holding a bottle of Peri Peri sauce.)
Haha @ScarletBea  it's bc I started these as long form letters to people back home while I'd be gone for years. I've got hundreds of these I went to put into a book one day but I don't how to tie them all together. 

Haha yes @JMack it is all true
The few glimpses I got of your life (haunted tea pots, muggings, chantacuros, hostage situations, ...) and the style you wrote this piece in says in big bold letters: Write this book!

Mrs. JMack agrees. I read the post to her, as I have others you’ve written.

Mr. Darewood, write this book!

May 29, 2019, 08:04:59 PM
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Re: The King's Paws (with one holding a bottle of Peri Peri sauce.) Hey and they probably don't know that WD Frank refers to you as man candy or about all the offers to share prostitutes! (Yes I have read Hearts and Other Dead Things)
May 30, 2019, 02:06:48 AM
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