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Submitted by Bob Turner (Dec 10, 2007)
I can fully understand the wish to see the worlds & charactures Mr E creates brought to the screen.
Would any of us really want to see the images we carry mentally altered though? I for one say no.
Until I stumbled across The Belgariad I had never read a book from cover to cover I am ashamed to admit. I owe my growth of imagination to Mr E.
I raise my glass in Salute to you Sir.
Submitted by James (Sep 06, 2007)
Wow. Interesting interview in that he seems completely uninterested in reaching out to his fans. In other interviews I've read with him, he seems equally aloof. This is kinda disappointing. Still though, the Belgariad was, for me, a life-altering experience. I wish they'd be made into a movie, but Mr. Eddings isn't interested.
On another note, it's very sad to hear that his wife passed away. My condolences to him in his loss. :(
Submitted by Brad Atkinson (Sep 05, 2007)
People on page one ae really unhappy with an interview which isn't too bad! I mean take him for who is guys. Anyways, he's still brilliant. And his films won't be made into movies, he'll never sell the film rights. Read the essay in the Rivan Codex, last page. He doesn't like TVs either.
Submitted by Alex easton (Jul 25, 2007)
Why has david Eddings never finished the story he has never written a book to explain what happened to Belgareths wife a book on her story would complete the series i hope he can as they are the best ever stories.
Submitted by Jarrod Eagle (Jul 08, 2007)
I love eddings books, he got me into reading and he can know i will remember him long after he's gone though his books