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Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn posted 27 November 2004 in Literature DiscussionMemory, Sorrow, and Thorn by Aesmael, Candidate

I will also vouch for him. Although, sometimes I think he wrote the whole thing just to do the ending. It is not what it appears to be when you open the first book.

Or you could try one of his other stories, such as War of the Flowers or Otherland, none of which are arguably in the same genre as each other.

And there's always the wotmania interview. They did Bakker, they wouldn't interview an author if wasn't up to snuff, would they? Or, if you respect George R. R. Martin's opinion, this (I assume this is Memory, Sorrow & Thorn we are talking about) was one of the things that convinced him good stories could still be told in fantasy, that they did not all have to be Tolkien clones. view post


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