posted on Oct, 6 2011 @ 09:36 AM
I don't have the Feist books but I have some others from him, sounds like a series, Rage of a Demon King and Shards of a Broken Crown. Found a few
more hiding in here and they aren't the ones mentioned. Darn.
Simon Hawke did a killer time travel series, twelve books I think. Really cool how he used real world events and people like Winston Churchill in it
and other books were based on works of fiction like, IIRC, The Scarlet Pimpernel. They would send people back in time to fight in a war that had
already happened and the side that had the most survivors won the "war" i the future. Pretty cool, all about split time lines and the fight against
using time travel, I remember that series fondly.
Anyone ever read Gordon R. Dickson? Got quite a few of them, they look interesting. A series about a dragon, I presume? Looks like it. So many authors
I know nothing of, are they any good, should I read any of the stuff in here? Robin Hobb, Julie E. Czerneda, Julian May, Peter Beagle, Dianna Wynn
Jones, Judith Tarr, Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, Tom Deitz, and a whole boatload of Stephen R. Donaldson - I hated the Thomas Covenant series, boring boring
boring, but I also hated The Lord Of The Rings too, so my opinion is maybe a little wonky.
I've got Philip K. Dick's VALIS trilogy also, that I need to delve into. Really enjoyed Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep and Blade Runner(took me
thirty years to find a proper edition of that movie so it took me until a year or so ago to see that flick). Odd dude he was.