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    Deck of Dragons (Warning - Malazan Spoilers!)

    I would first like to start off by stating that if you are currently reading or are planning to read Malazan Book of the Fallen or Eslemonts campanion series, you may want to avoid this thread. Specifically speaking most if not the entire thread and subject matter will be one massive Spoiler...
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    Honorverse, is it worth it?

    A few months ago I went on a Sci-fi kick and asked for recommendations on some of the best space operas out there. Since then I have read Asimov, Hamilton, Coreay, Herbert, among others. In addition I started reading the graphic novels of the Honorverse and am really enjoying them, however I...
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    If Malazans met Space

    So I relatively recently got into sci fi. Having never perused the genre till now, I find myself continuing to wonder if there is a space opera on the epic scale somewhat akin to the immensity of MBoF? I just finished J.S.A. Corey "The Expanse" at least up to the latest book. I enjoy what has...
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    Unreleased Books you are dying to READ

    I am curious to what y'all are looking forward to reading over this next year. I would like to keep this limited to books with actual release dates versus those that are just purely speculative. That said its 4am here, and I have to snuff out the candle, so here is my current list: Fall of...
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    Salyard, Stover, or Cook(instrumentalities of the Night]

    So I recently posted a similar question that involved Bakker, Wolfe, &Lynch. Having read read those three plus Scaveley in the past month I am now on to a new month reading list. That said, its going be a very grim month and was wondering which of the title post authors I should read first...
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    Gene Wolf or Scott Lynch or Scott Bakker?

    Well I am looking for a new series, and have pretty much narrowed it down to Gene wolf's "the book of the new sun" or Scott Lynch's "Gentlemen Bastards". Having just read through all of Erikson's and Esslemonts books and Cooks as well I am looking for something with the same gritty raw...