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    I'll second Hundred Thousand Kingdoms. I remember there was some talk of doing it a few months ago but for some reason it got put aside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eventine View Post
    I'm sorted of interested in Vegas Knights, but have a bad feeling it'd read like a poor man's Last Call.
    Having just checked out the description on Amazon I will second Vegas Knights, it sounds like fun.

    and who wrote Last Call? A quick amazon search revealed some VERY interesting novels which I assume are not the ones you are referring to...
    Last edited by Sipwood; May 4th, 2011 at 10:14 AM. Reason: wish to add something

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    Last Call is Tim Powers...

    Looking through the thread to see how many have mentioned which books....great to see so many nominating this month...hope it carries over into the discussions...

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    Since we've got so many books with nominations and seconds, I've taken the top three and put them into a poll over here:

    http://www.sffworld.com/forums/showthread.php?t=30982

    Go vote.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NickeeCoco View Post
    I'm nominating this one because I just bought it:

    The One Hundred Thousand Kingdoms - J. K. Nesmin
    I vote also vote for this book. Just bought it and haven' started it yet. This would give me much needed motivation to do just that.

    BTS

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    I looked Hundred Thousand Kingdoms up, and I'd like to add my name to the list, too. I'll be happy to buy it when I get paid, as long as someone gets me a new bookshelf.

    And by "someone", I suppose I mean myself.

    Edit: Huh. Turns out someone hit the "Order" button on The Book Depository. Should have the book long before it's needed.
    Last edited by Loerwyn; May 12th, 2011 at 06:11 AM.

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    I'll add a vote for Jemisin. It's on my read-before-too-long list.

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