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posts by steve Peralogue | joined 21 Jul 2004 | 52


steve's age posted 21 Jul 2004, 02:07 in Off-Topic DiscussionAges by steve, Peralogue

Hi, i am 15 and 6mo. view post


music posted 21 Jul 2004, 03:07 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow listening to... by steve, Peralogue

[color=orange][/color] my favorite band ever is Korn view post


reading posted 21 Jul 2004, 04:07 in Off-Topic Discussionreading by steve, Peralogue

i just started reading Gardens of the moon by erikson, it is really great so far, and just wondering has anyone read j.v. Jones, because I recommend her, view post


my favs posted 21 Jul 2004, 04:07 in Off-Topic DiscussionYour top 5 fantasy series... by steve, Peralogue

in no particular order george r r martin - ice and fire barb & jc hendee- dhampir mitchell graham- fifth ring rob newcomb- chron. of blood and bone tad williams- sorrow thorn - forgot the rest[size=7][/size][size=12][/size] view post


posted 03 Aug 2004, 04:08 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow Reading... by steve, Peralogue

just finished gardens of the moon, it was great. Now I'm reading darkness that comes before view post


sarah ash posted 04 Aug 2004, 00:08 in Literature Discussionsarah ash by steve, Peralogue

her first book in the tears of artemon was great. has anyone else read this book? did you like it? view post


shadowmarch posted 04 Aug 2004, 00:08 in Literature Discussionshadowmarch by steve, Peralogue

anyone now when it will be released? i'm looking forward to reading it. any news would be appreciated, thanx view post


posted 05 Aug 2004, 00:08 in Literature Discussionsarah ash by steve, Peralogue

the Tears of Artamon series is focused on the remnants of a fallen empire, the emperors of the empire had the five tears of Artamon, which are gemstones on their crowns. Gavril Andar, is a young painter in the peaceful south. He is confronted by a clansman of Azhkendir who claims he is the heir of Darkhaol, a dragon-warrior of extrodinary powers. Andar is taken to Azhkendir to become the darkhaon, and the ruler of Azhkendir. I don't think I do this book justice in my review, it's an great book, book two the Iron Tower is being published in the USA this month. view post


posted 05 Aug 2004, 00:08 in Literature DiscussionA Game of Thrones by steve, Peralogue

an incredible series, all the unexpected twists really make the books for me. view post


posted 05 Aug 2004, 03:08 in Off-Topic DiscussionSo, what are you all doing with your summers? by steve, Peralogue

I am reading books! I finally got to read Steven Erikson, and am now reading the Darkness that comes before. view post


posted 05 Aug 2004, 03:08 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow listening to... by steve, Peralogue

I am listening to my favorites, Ozzy and Pantera. view post


posted 05 Aug 2004, 03:08 in Off-Topic DiscussionWhat is/was/will be your college major? by steve, Peralogue

I would like to study history, it can be very interesting!! view post


posted 05 Aug 2004, 03:08 in Member Written WorksIntro Chapter for a work in progress ... by steve, Peralogue

very good, you had some cool characters view post


posted 05 Aug 2004, 04:08 in Author Q & ATDTCD third on SFsite's year's best list! by steve, Peralogue

He should have come in first, I'm in the middle of TDTCB and it is the most brilliant fantasy I have read since my favorite George R R Martin view post


posted 05 Aug 2004, 04:08 in Author Q & AFight! Fight! Fight! by steve, Peralogue

I agree with saintjon, your writing really brings the fights both small and large to life. view post


posted 05 Aug 2004, 04:08 in Off-Topic DiscussionQuotes by steve, Peralogue

'That which comes before determins that which comes after' sorry I think I misspelled determins, I am a terrible speller, Isn't this quote from TDTCB, I can't remember view post


posted 06 Aug 2004, 01:08 in Literature DiscussionFantasy by steve, Peralogue

I agree Martin delievers on his POVs. He is a great writer, one of the best if you ask me. view post


Why read fantasy? posted 06 Aug 2004, 01:08 in Literature DiscussionWhy read fantasy? by steve, Peralogue

Just wondering is/was there any author or book that really brought you to this genre? Personally Martin's ASOIAF brought me to fantasy. view post


posted 08 Aug 2004, 03:08 in Literature Discussionshadowmarch by steve, Peralogue

Shadowmarch is Tad Williams next trilogy, it is being released sometime soon I believe. view post


posted 10 Aug 2004, 02:08 in Literature Discussionshadowmarch by steve, Peralogue

thanx for the link Edge, cool site view post


posted 11 Aug 2004, 05:08 in Literature DiscussionDont be ashamed (Harry Potter) by steve, Peralogue

I read the first one in Fifth grade, I was instantly hooked and read them all. But now they are boring, I don't think they compare to GRRM, Erikson, or Bakker who are now my favorite authors. view post


posted 11 Aug 2004, 05:08 in The Darkness That Comes BeforeBest character by steve, Peralogue

So far my favorite is Achamain, his struggles with Esmenet and his students are very interesting. view post


posted 12 Aug 2004, 00:08 in Literature DiscussionThe Chronicles of Thomas Covenant by steve, Peralogue

My friend swears by these books, he compares all new books to the Thomas Covenant books. view post


posted 12 Aug 2004, 01:08 in The Darkness That Comes BeforeNames and Pronunciation by steve, Peralogue

I thought the names were cool, Anasurimbor is a kickass name. view post


posted 12 Aug 2004, 03:08 in Author Q & AWhat do you listen to? by steve, Peralogue

Yah Avril sux, Black Sabbath is one of my all time favs as well. view post


posted 12 Aug 2004, 03:08 in Author Q & AConcerning Chapter Quotes by steve, Peralogue

yeah the chapter quotes are cool, they are very interesting. view post


posted 12 Aug 2004, 04:08 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow listening to... by steve, Peralogue

Now listening to Nikkie Sixx's new band Brides of Destruction, fav song is shut the f*** up view post


posted 12 Aug 2004, 04:08 in Off-Topic Discussionreading by steve, Peralogue

Sweet cover, I agree Consult a great cover. view post


posted 12 Aug 2004, 04:08 in Off-Topic DiscussionFirst Word that Comes to Mind by steve, Peralogue

What? view post


posted 12 Aug 2004, 04:08 in Philosophy DiscussionDo you believe a God exists? by steve, Peralogue

I believe in God, I am a Lutheran Christian born and raised. view post


posted 12 Aug 2004, 18:08 in Off-Topic DiscussionFirst Word that Comes to Mind by steve, Peralogue

pain view post


posted 12 Aug 2004, 19:08 in Off-Topic DiscussionFirst Word that Comes to Mind by steve, Peralogue

crackers view post


posted 12 Aug 2004, 19:08 in Off-Topic DiscussionOlympics... by steve, Peralogue

I will watch the baseball Olympics. it's what I Enjoy most in the summer games. view post


posted 12 Aug 2004, 19:08 in The Warrior ProphetIt's Finally Here! by steve, Peralogue

i just ordered TWP from Amazon Canada, it sux they don't have it in the USA for several more damn months. view post


posted 12 Aug 2004, 23:08 in Off-Topic DiscussionFirst Word that Comes to Mind by steve, Peralogue

Boooooooooom!!! view post


posted 12 Aug 2004, 23:08 in Off-Topic DiscussionOlympics... by steve, Peralogue

Yeah, you can't see it all and that really sux, it's all so interesting. view post


posted 12 Aug 2004, 23:08 in Literature DiscussionWhy read fantasy? by steve, Peralogue

Yeah Thundercats were my favorites when I was little, they were cool. view post


posted 13 Aug 2004, 03:08 in Off-Topic DiscussionFirst Word that Comes to Mind by steve, Peralogue

gross view post


posted 13 Aug 2004, 04:08 in The Thousandfold ThoughtThe Title by steve, Peralogue

Hell yeah, TTT is way better. It sounds all strange just like TDTCB. view post


posted 13 Aug 2004, 04:08 in The Warrior ProphetThe No-God by steve, Peralogue

Just wanted to say that Mog-Pharu is a cool sounding name. view post


Great Book posted 13 Aug 2004, 04:08 in Author Q & AGreat Book by steve, Peralogue

Just wanted to thank you for writng such a awesome series, keep up the good work and you have a loyal fan. view post


posted 13 Aug 2004, 05:08 in Member Written WorksThe Faltering (Prologue) by steve, Peralogue

Wow, that is great, it's a great start for a great story. Good luck on the rest JustifiedHeretic. view post


posted 14 Aug 2004, 01:08 in The Warrior ProphetSomehow I doubt this was the inspiration for TWP by steve, Peralogue

Coincidence I bet. view post


posted 14 Aug 2004, 04:08 in Off-Topic DiscussionOlympics... by steve, Peralogue

Vikings rule, I saw them in Chicago a year or to ago. It was a good game, but unfortunetly the Bears came back and won. Damn Bears!! view post


posted 14 Aug 2004, 04:08 in ReviewsReveiw of The Last Kingdom - Bernard Cornwell by steve, Peralogue

I got my hands on the Arthur series, one of the best Arthur tales out their. view post


posted 14 Aug 2004, 04:08 in The Warrior ProphetThe No-God by steve, Peralogue

I guess I haven't gotten to the other names yet. All of them sound cool though. view post


posted 14 Aug 2004, 04:08 in Member Written WorksA Wolf's Age (Prologue) by steve, Peralogue

Whoa, it's strange(in a good way). Good writing, I always wanted to write a story, but can never get very far before giving up. view post


posted 14 Aug 2004, 04:08 in Writing TipsHistory by steve, Peralogue

When I write(although I never get far), I always do it over time, and change things until it all fits together. view post


posted 14 Aug 2004, 04:08 in Author Q & ALanguage by steve, Peralogue

[quote]Take the names, for instance. On the one side, many think I went too far Mr. Bakker, I just wanted to say that I think you did a great job on names, when I try to write a story the names are the hardest part. You have to admit Anasurimbor has a ring to it.[/quote] view post


posted 14 Aug 2004, 05:08 in Philosophy DiscussionDo you believe a God exists? by steve, Peralogue

I have no idea, I never paid much attention in sunday church school. Looking at my copy of Martin Luther's small Catechism the only difference I see is the sacrements, Catholisism has several more sacrements than Lutherans do, the difference in sacrements has to do with things in life that Luther considered holy like Baptism, Comfirmation, Communion, and Death, were Catholics believe in several more. The major difference is Luthers slightly different view of the bible and what he believed it meant. view post


posted 14 Aug 2004, 21:08 in Off-Topic DiscussionFirst Word that Comes to Mind by steve, Peralogue

Biscuits(my grandma makes sausage and biscuits on sundays) view post


posted 17 Aug 2004, 17:08 in Off-Topic DiscussionFirst Word that Comes to Mind by steve, Peralogue

Hornets( NBA team) view post


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