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Old 01-13-2009, 09:36 AM
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Is Blood Noir worth reading, or is it still "Anita shags everything in sight"?
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Old 01-13-2009, 01:29 PM
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I' ve not bothered with Blood Noir, the reviews i've read suggests it's another hump fest.
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I'm getting tougher on books and putting more down if they don't really catch and hold my attention early. I don't have time for lukewarm feelings about a book since my reading time is constrained now by other demands. Unfortunately that means I am missing books that start weak but improve later. I suppose if they are really fab someone will tell me so and then I'll take another shot at them, but when you can only manage a book a month sometimes, you have to be choosier.

Right now I'm trying to make up for lost time and read an ARC for an editor at Tor, as well as reading a couple of books I simply wanted to read: Red Seas Under Red Skies by Scott Lynch and American Lightning by Howard Blum.
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Would the Cirqu Du Freak series by Darren Shan be considered an urban fantasy? I mean I'd put them in since a great deal of the story takes place in modern realistic settings but there are good sized chunks that are also removed to more fantastic regions so I'm not quite sure. It was a good series either way though a very cool take on vampires and some other unique creatures.
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I'd call it UF, but, I have a pretty broad definition.
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Old 01-16-2009, 01:01 AM
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I like alot of the classics as a kid C.S. Lewis alot like that. I really liked Decipher, though I cant remember who wrote it, I read it two years ago in Iraq. I also really liked Phillip Pulmans Dark Materials.
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I finished Daemons Are Forever, by Simon R. Green.

I am now pissed at him. Somehow, I just knew that the Drood set would have been better as a lone novel.
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Wow, so many authors is common with the lot of you....and many more titles to add to my wish list at Chapters.
How about:
Charlaine Harris with her Sookie Stackhouse series?
Michelle Sagara with her Elantra Chronicles
C.E. Murphy with the Walker Papers
Laura Anne Gilman with her Retrievers novels

Oh, and Karen Chance, Lisa Shearin, Carrie Vaughn, Toni Andrews, Barb Hendee, Candace Havens, Shanna Swendson, Jeanne Stein....well, the list could go on.
I love urban fantasy, though I started with epic fantasy.
Pretty much anything paranormal, supernatural...and just plain wierd will catch my interest.

Oh...and Hello to y'all...hope you don't mind me jumping in.....
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I read a fair few of those too.
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Ha anyone read anything by John Levitt by any chance?
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