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Other authors you enjoy posted 25 September 2005 in Author Q & AOther authors you enjoy by RiderOnTheStorm, Candidate

.02 cents.. I dont see Stephen R. Donaldson mentioned anywhere here. I have always found his work very rewarding to read. He is also, in my estimation, quite an accomplished short story writer and that is not an easy thing to do.

I am stuck reading Jordan because i am stupid.. I should have given up on his books ago but ive invested so much time into it that i will see it through the bitter end. Even if that means reading 25 consectutive pages describing a single hallway's drapes.

Thank god no one has mentioned RA Salvatore (oops, i just did). I cannot take him and i am suspicious of those who can.

Brooks, Fiest, Eddings are all enjoyably fantasty-lite for me.

GRRM is amazing, and of course i first read JRRT's the Hobbit when i was about 8 and that was that. <!-- s:) --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" title="Smile" /><!-- s:) --> Loved his works ever since. view post


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