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Anthorn Candidate | joined 06 November 2006 | 11 posts


Great News - and please post what work you are all doing. posted 06 November 2006 in Writing TipsGreat News - and please post what work you are all doing. by Anthorn, Candidate

HELLO i am new and my works are

1) SongMage
2) Children of the Revelution
3)The lies that came before (working title)

Dictator

1)Mancer
2)Crystal
3)Guardian
4)Winters eyre

as you can see it is an overly ambitious series view post


Seswatha's dreams. posted 16 December 2006 in The Thousandfold ThoughtSeswatha's dreams. by Anthorn, Candidate

this may be slightly off topic but in the 2nd book when Akka escapes from his torture... did anyone get the feeling by the way it was described that he was possessed by seswatha view post


the Thousandfold thought. posted 21 December 2006 in Author Q & Athe Thousandfold thought. by Anthorn, Candidate

just a question MR BAKKER.
is the thousandfold thought the ability to control men by through their desires or something else entirly view post


Why Bakker posted 26 March 2007 in Literature DiscussionWhy Bakker by Anthorn, Candidate

i like the realisim of it. And the fact that it reads as if it did/is/was happening as though it was history long forgot. view post


Ian Irvine posted 31 March 2007 in Literature DiscussionIan Irvine by Anthorn, Candidate

I have read all the books that he has written on Santhenar, from the view from the mirror to the first book in his new trilogy. And all were brilliant. He's also told me that his originally planned one book story set between his first two quartets is now a trilogy..

And that The Numinator thread will be tied up in The second book in te Curse on the Chosen... Among other things...... i've emailed him a couple of times and he is a really nice person view post


Eragon posted 31 March 2007 in Off-Topic DiscussionEragon by Anthorn, Candidate

Oh yes he is alot worse than Goodkind, At least Goodkind had an original thought in his head when he wrote his books.

Paolini when he wrote Eragon (Name among other things stolen from pern.) just went oh, i will take a little bit of Star wars, Lord of the rings, A scene from David Eddings a magic system from Earth sea. And call it 'MY' Story.
Plus Add insert of me. The OMG he so perfect Eragon. My Hot Leather chick. Arya and walla.

PAOLINI would not know original if it slapped him. view post


Eragon posted 01 April 2007 in Off-Topic DiscussionEragon by Anthorn, Candidate

But Goodkind did not set out to Copy Jordan, then claim he made everything up himself did he? view post


Achamian posted 04 April 2007 in The Great Ordeal [supposed]Achamian by Anthorn, Candidate

What about Lewis the trapper, the one left behind by Kellus in the prologue of the Darkness that comes before?

I think Akka may find him.... view post


Achamian posted 08 April 2007 in The Great Ordeal [supposed]Achamian by Anthorn, Candidate

I believe Akka has come full circle.

At the start of the Prince Of Nothing he was alone, feeling increasingly alienated from his Mandate peers, and the society that hates them, and also the other sorcerers that deem them crazy... Only Esmenet is his beakon the sign he is not alone.

But at the end of the series, he has been betrayed by both Kellus and Esmi. He has found out that Kellus has been using him, and that perhaps npw has doubts about the Prophecy, about this Anasurimbor.

At the end of the Thousandfold thought, in despair and anger he renounces every thing that once ment something to him, he throws away his shackles. And when in the first book he percieved himself alone, now, he truely is alone.... One man who knows the truth, knows the Duntain.

I believe he will be a broken man, obsessed by his betrayal and his one purpose, the prevention of The Apocalypse. Maybe he can no longer trust Kellus to be the Harbringer and Saviour. Perhaps he searches for the Dunyain to find out more about Kellhus and their ways. Perhaps he seeks a way to fight him, or to find a shred of hope. view post


inrau posted 18 June 2007 in The Darkness That Comes Beforeinrau by Anthorn, Candidate

I've recently re-read the book and Inrau is conflicted because of what Akka had told him about Maithenet being able to see the few. view post


Nothing against female Fantasy authors but... posted 27 July 2007 in Literature DiscussionNothing against female Fantasy authors but... by Anthorn, Candidate

Sarah Ash is a good Author and Eizabeth Haydon too view post


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