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Roger Zelazny - The Amber Chronicles

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I've just finished to read the new book by Dan Brown: "Angeli e Demoni"

I guess in English is 'Angels and Demons"... :roll:

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Danielaa.k.a.Cataphilla wrote:
Does Death speak in capital letters in the other languages?


In Dutch and English he does, probably the same for other languages.


That's right. He speaks in capital letters in every language.
Deaht's horse is named "Polle" in the finnish books.

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Just finished The Gnostic Gospels, onward to Julius Evola's Mystery of the Grail.

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@ Black Wyvern: Hehe that´s funny. I just bought another Discworld book including two stories. I´m excited about how these ones will be. I´ll see.


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Reading the third part of the Dark Tower saga, by Stephen King: "The Wastelands". It's pretty decent, as dimension-spanning fantasy quests go.

Not really the usual form for King either.


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Danielaa.k.a.Cataphilla wrote:
@ Black Wyvern: Hehe that´s funny. I just bought another Discworld book including two stories. I´m excited about how these ones will be. I´ll see.


Do you read them in german or in english?

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Just started Master and Margarita again.
Not boring even after 10-15 reading...but so is also with The Lord Of The Rings (with about 7 or 8 :oops: )
And after it there's Merle's "Danger (?) and Glory" on my table- a story about the battle against La Rochelle or stg like that :o
I hope this is the title of it in English. I'm always lazy to climb upstairs from the CPU to see the original title :oops: :D

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The Portrait Of Dorian Grey/Oscar Wilde


Brilliant book. Evocative, and so ahead of its time. Great choice! :wink:


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Some weeks ago I read The Happy Prince and other tales from him. I liked it very much.

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Wilde is my favorite writer. He's brilliant.

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I'm just after reading...
Merle: Malevil
Glory and Perdition

I liked both, I love how Merle's writing.
King: Pet Cemetary (or Sematery...how's in English?)
And this one's what I didn't dare to read at night ... :D

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do you only read special editions with CAPITAL FONT?

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do you only read special editions with CAPITAL FONT?


:lol: :lol: :lol:

come on, give him a break :lol:

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