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i suppose you would call it all fantasy andy. i find it hard to separate the 2 sometimes.

i must have had a dream about you... cause i woke up in the worst of moods

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Andy Malcolm wrote:

all that stuff is fantasy tho right rather than sci fi?

i read a brandon sanderson short story last year and loved it. need to get stuck into a full length but it's so dauntingly sized.


in the last few of months i've read sanderson's first 3 mistborn books and the way of kings. all highly recommended

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Just finished Mikhail Bulgakov's The Deadly Eggs. 100 odd pages, interesting idea of an HG Wells type experiment gone wrong. Plans to use a scientist's life giving ray to repopulate chickens wiped out after a poulty plague in the early days of the Soviet Union results in giant reptiles attacking Moscow

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Thuriat wrote:

Just finished Mikhail Bulgakov's The Deadly Eggs. 100 odd pages, interesting idea of an HG Wells type experiment gone wrong. Plans to use a scientist's life giving ray to repopulate chickens wiped out after a poulty plague in the early days of the Soviet Union results in giant reptiles attacking Moscow

Well that sounds mental. Putting it on "the list"!

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Still reeling from reading Bernard Wolfe - Limbo, the last non-Ballard sci-fi I read that really blew me away

Got Swatstika Night for my birthday, Katharine Burdekin's feminist pre-WWII "Nazis Won" dystopia, which I can't wait to get stuck into