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    Quote Originally Posted by AnticorRifling View Post
    Great series.
    Pretty much the only King I ever enjoyed reading.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delias View Post
    Pretty much the only King I ever enjoyed reading.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AnticorRifling View Post
    Great series.

    I agree, the first book was a little hard to get into (King was extremely wordy in an abstract way that kept losing my interest.) The second one has since really captured it again.

    As far as King's work, I've never cared for his books aside from Four Seasons which was excellent.

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    All Terry Pratchett, all the time: Thud is the one I read recently that I liked the most.
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    Thud is a good book.

    I'm reading Brunner. It's compilation of books / stories about a psychopathic bounty hunter in the warhammer fantasy universe..

    Super high brow reading.

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    L.E. Modesitt has a great series called the Saga of Recluce. The first two or three in the series are kinda meh, but I started reading the series back in 94 or when there were only 5. I was also a kid then so they were really good. Anyways, he just came out with book 17 or 18. The good thing is that they aren't in chronological order, so you don't have to read them in order necessarily.
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    The Death Dealer series is really good too if you can find it.

    Lords of Destruction
    Tooth and Claw
    Plague of Knives

    Rise of the Death Dealer


    They're mostly love stories.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delias View Post
    The only things that come to my mind when the word Feed is used as a title are vampires... which the young adult part means its essentially another shiney vampire homo humpfest like twilight... or something about horses. I hope it's about horses.

    edit: No offense to actual homos. No honest homosexual could be as gay as twilight.
    Not at all.

    Feed is set in a world where everyone basically has a computer in their head (a feed) that controls almost everything you do and the relationship between the main character and a girl who is trying to "fight the feed".

    The reading level was probably about 8th or 9th grade, It could have been written much better but the concept was interesting nonetheless.
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    A very good book, if you like that, is Snow Crash.

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    Snow Crash is awesome.

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