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    I haven't bought anything new, but was thinking about "The Red Wolf Conspiracy."
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    I ordered Wyrd Sisters, Guards! Guards!, and Strata (all by Terry Pratchett) from eBay, so I've got plenty to be getting on with!

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    A mix of bookstores and online,

    The Blind Assassin, Margaret Atwood
    Dawnthief, James Barclay
    Collected Fictions, Jorge Luis Borges
    Ariel, Steven R. Boyett
    Valley of Day-glo, Nick DiChario
    The Iron Lance, Stephen R. Lawhead
    The Whale Road, Robert Low
    Necroscope, Brian Lumley
    The Cavalier in the Yellow Doublet, Arturo Perez-Reverte

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    I've just bought off bookdepository.co.uk / .com (best and cheapest new books anywhere - cheaper than visiting a local store here in Australia)

    Blood of the Mantis - Adrian Tchaikovsky
    The Gathering Storm (Tor version) - Brandon Sanderson
    Zoe's Tale - John Scalzi
    Dust of Dreams - Steven Erikson (reading now)
    Replay - Ken Grimwood

    Others that I've already bought and read this last couple months:
    The Stars My Destination - Alfred Bester
    Peter Kocan - The Treatment and the Cure
    Night Angel Trilogy - Brent Weeks
    Non-Stop - Brian Aldiss

    (couple of them not strictly fantasy but I rarely stray from fantasy so included them for the Hell of it)

    With plenty more waiting on my shelf...

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    I just received in the mail:

    The Secret Books of Paradys by Tanith Lee
    The Legacy of Gird by Elizabeth Moon
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    Rude Ramsy and the Roaring Radishes by Margaret Atwood. It's a children's picture book, but it's great.

    Once I'm finished what I'm reading now, I think I'm going to read some Tanith Lee next.

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    I just discovered Bookdepository.com/co.uk and well i went a bit over board.

    All Dragonriders of Pern - Anne McCaffrey
    All Malazan Book of the Fallen - Steven Erikson
    The Cursed Towers - Kate Forsyth
    Crusade - Anselm Audley
    Runelords: the Sum of All Men - David Farland
    The First Stone - Mark Anthony
    Empire in Black & Gold - Adrian Tchaikovsky
    A Sword from Red Ice - J V Jones
    The Painted Man - Peter V. Brett
    The Blade Itself - Joe Abercrombie

    Many of these books i've been looking for here in Australia for ages and just haven't been able to find them. Others are book 1 of a series which i though i would give a try too and well I object to paying $20-$30 for a paperback which i can finish in a day )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Satashia View Post
    I just discovered Bookdepository.com/co.uk and well i went a bit over board.

    All Dragonriders of Pern - Anne McCaffrey
    All Malazan Book of the Fallen - Steven Erikson
    The Cursed Towers - Kate Forsyth
    Crusade - Anselm Audley
    Runelords: the Sum of All Men - David Farland
    The First Stone - Mark Anthony
    Empire in Black & Gold - Adrian Tchaikovsky
    A Sword from Red Ice - J V Jones
    The Painted Man - Peter V. Brett
    The Blade Itself - Joe Abercrombie

    Many of these books i've been looking for here in Australia for ages and just haven't been able to find them. Others are book 1 of a series which i though i would give a try too and well I object to paying $20-$30 for a paperback which i can finish in a day )
    Wow, nice haul.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterWilliam View Post
    Wow, nice haul.
    Yep, Some will be for xmas presents as well. What can i say books are my drug of choice

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    The Summoner by Gail Z Martin
    Dhampir by the Hendees
    Thief of lives
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    Quote Originally Posted by Satashia View Post
    I just discovered Bookdepository.com/co.uk and well i went a bit over board.

    All Dragonriders of Pern - Anne McCaffrey
    All Malazan Book of the Fallen - Steven Erikson
    The Cursed Towers - Kate Forsyth
    Crusade - Anselm Audley
    Runelords: the Sum of All Men - David Farland
    The First Stone - Mark Anthony
    Empire in Black & Gold - Adrian Tchaikovsky
    A Sword from Red Ice - J V Jones
    The Painted Man - Peter V. Brett
    The Blade Itself - Joe Abercrombie

    Many of these books i've been looking for here in Australia for ages and just haven't been able to find them. Others are book 1 of a series which i though i would give a try too and well I object to paying $20-$30 for a paperback which i can finish in a day )
    I order 8 books from there a week or so back, delivery is sporadic, got 1 book Friday, 1 Monday, 4 Wednesday and am still waiting on 2 more. But with their prices and free delivery you can hardly complain

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    http://tinyurl.com/363ogv DurzoBlint's Avatar
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    Got a raise and a paycheck today so needless to say, Bookdepository got a cut:

    Rats and the Ruling Sea
    Brothers Grossbart
    The Magicians
    Dawnthief
    Noonshade
    Nightchild
    Pilo Family Circus
    The Company
    Admantine Palace
    Acacia
    Tigana

    Worst thing is I have a whole new list so maybe tomorrow it will have a few more, just love packages.

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    I just preordered Songs of The Dying Earth paperback from the books depository US, only 9.78$, great price, more than 50% save... go get it folks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrambles View Post
    I order 8 books from there a week or so back, delivery is sporadic, got 1 book Friday, 1 Monday, 4 Wednesday and am still waiting on 2 more. But with their prices and free delivery you can hardly complain
    Lol at least each day is a suprise. you never know what you might find in your mail box each day )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Satashia View Post
    I just discovered Bookdepository.com/co.uk and well i went a bit over board.

    All Dragonriders of Pern - Anne McCaffrey
    All Malazan Book of the Fallen - Steven Erikson
    The Cursed Towers - Kate Forsyth
    Crusade - Anselm Audley
    Runelords: the Sum of All Men - David Farland
    The First Stone - Mark Anthony
    Empire in Black & Gold - Adrian Tchaikovsky
    A Sword from Red Ice - J V Jones
    The Painted Man - Peter V. Brett
    The Blade Itself - Joe Abercrombie

    Many of these books i've been looking for here in Australia for ages and just haven't been able to find them. Others are book 1 of a series which i though i would give a try too and well I object to paying $20-$30 for a paperback which i can finish in a day )
    Talk about nice haul. Every Dragon Rider of Pern book? There's almost thirty! I think your mail carrier is going to curse you when that comes in.

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    The Unquiet by John Connolly
    The Terror by Dan Simmons
    The bargain stacks, by Barnes & Noble, found in.

    The Cellar by Richard Laymon
    I keep thinking I'll read Laymon. This was the one that put him on the horror novelists map.


    Randy M.

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