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Phantom of the Forums

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20th August 2003

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#11 15 years ago

Anyone else here ever read the Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan, or the Sword of Truth series by Terry Goodkind?



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#12 15 years ago

The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde, a couple of books about politics (one about globalisation, one about youth movements), The Avignon Quintet by Lawrence Durrell, and I'll be re-reading The Day of the Jackal by Frederick Forsyth in a day or two. I've read a little bit of the first Wheel of Time book... Not enough of a fantasy fan to read any more of it, though.


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#13 15 years ago

prince of tides -- pat oconnor ( its all about family, tragedy that they went through and how it affected thier lives.)


Metal Maniac

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#14 15 years ago

Currently i'm reading 3 books due to traineeship...The complete guide to Linux System Administration, Essentials of It and Netwrok Administration, and MCSE Windows Xp (something like that). So yeah...lots of reading for me


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17th September 2003

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#15 15 years ago

Birdsong by Sebastian Faulks.

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Pirate vs Ninja who will win

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#16 15 years ago
-Ghost-I'm reading... The Path of Daggers, Wheel of Time series, by Robert Jordan The series is alright, although I really hate the extremly biased and sexist women in it, men do not cause every problem damnit!

I tried reading that but I got bored in the first chapter. But currently I'm reading Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson. Very interesting.

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Piercing the veil.

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9th August 2003

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#17 15 years ago

I'm reading "Blade Runner: Replicant Night" by K.W. Jeter. It's the second continuation of the movie and just as good as the one before it, "Blade Runner: The Edge of Human".



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#18 15 years ago

The book i'm reading is "ActionScript for Flash MX: The Definitive Guide 2nd Edition" by Colin Moock.

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#19 15 years ago

I just finished reading Mostly Harmless, by Douglas Adams yesterday. My favorite in the Increesingly Missnamed Hitch Hikers Trilogy -- recomended to anyone.

I've heard a lot of people mention the Wheel of Time series. I may have to read it...


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#20 15 years ago

Sextus Empiricus - Scepticism, just finished Marco Polo - Travels.