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Yeah I've been meaning to get into the original Foundation Trilogy at least popcorn.gif

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book cover of The Sixth Man (Sean King and Michelle Maxwell, book 5) by David Baldacci

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Now reading Heinlein's "The Moon Is A Harsh Mistress". I rarely read anything Sci-Fi or Fantasy, so I had my doubts... I was quite surprised to find that it isn't really a Sci-Fi book. Quite fascinating.

 

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"Full Dark, No Stars" - Stephen King

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"Full Dark, No Stars" - Stephen King

 

Yes'um I put it ALL in that there well... The wife, the mattress, the cow...eek.gif

 

All 4 stories are excellent!

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From what I've heard, you just need to "get through" this book to enjoy the rest of the series, but I'm enjoying it nevertheless.
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I am Ozzy

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From what I've heard, you just need to "get through" this book to enjoy the rest of the series, but I'm enjoying it nevertheless.

An absolutely amazing series!

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"Full Dark, No Stars" - Stephen King

Yes'um I put it ALL in that there well... The wife, the mattress, the cow...eek.gif

All 4 stories are excellent!

Good to know...I'm only about 50 pages in, but it seems like classic Stephen King. (just finished "11/22/63" and really loved it...) I love the line in "1922," "...for the Law, as we know, befriends whomever pays it."

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Good to know...I'm only about 50 pages in, but it seems like classic Stephen King. (just finished "11/22/63" and really loved it...) I love the line in "1922," "...for the Law, as we know, befriends whomever pays it."

It's a excellent gruesome tale 1922 is... If I'd have known you were only 50 pages in I wouldn't have mentioned the well, but it really doesn't spoil anything.

 

I like the image on the website for the book it really sets the stage...

http://www.fulldarknostarsbook.com/1922

 

 

Yes and 11/22/63 was VERY enjoyable!

All those possibilities and consequences... Temporal Police would be on your ass for sure! biggrin.gif

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An absolutely amazing series!

I'm hoping so. But if people consider the first book mediocre as opposed to the rest of the series (even King himself; just read the introduction on his revised edition), I doubt the rest of the series will disappoint. 

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I'm hoping so. But if people consider the first book mediocre as opposed to the rest of the series (even King himself; just read the introduction on his revised edition), I doubt the rest of the series will disappoint. 

I read the non revised edition of "The Gunslinger" and it was a little slow. I had the step daughters collection so there was no waiting for the next book. I think the long delay between book releases when it initially came out is what really turned people off, they just lost interest. It is a very unique story and world.

 

Once you meet the whole Ka-tet and get to know Oy (my favorite character) I found the books very hard to put down and very enjoyable. (except for the part where King writes himself into the story...) But that's a tale for another day and many books down the road.

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Good to know...I'm only about 50 pages in, but it seems like classic Stephen King. (just finished "11/22/63" and really loved it...) I love the line in "1922," "...for the Law, as we know, befriends whomever pays it."

It's a excellent gruesome tale 1922 is... If I'd have known you were only 50 pages in I wouldn't have mentioned the well, but it really doesn't spoil anything.

 

I like the image on the website for the book it really sets the stage...

http://www.fulldarknostarsbook.com/1922

 

 

Yes and 11/22/63 was VERY enjoyable!

All those possibilities and consequences... Temporal Police would be on your ass for sure! biggrin.gif

I knew about the well but I didn't know about the cow!!! biggrin.gif

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I felt like i lived thru that series. (Dark Tower)

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