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  1. Voros

    What is Your Appendix N?

    So I thought it might be fun if we discussed what our personal Appendix N or Moldvay's 'Source for Inspirational Reading' is. How you define that is up to you but I'd suggest we keep the list to a Top Ten so it doesn't become too unwieldy. It could be what sources of fiction or with Moldvay's...
  2. Voros

    John le Carre: RIP

    Love le Carre, I read The Spy Who Came in from the Cold as a teen and it blew my mind. I hear his more recent and autobigraphical A Perfect Spy is a must read. He read his last book on Audible, he had such a wonderful voice it is a shame he didn't do it for more of his books. One of the few...
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    Given that DUNE is a property of interest to many, I thought this may be of interest:
  4. Voros

    Best Stephen King Novel of the 70s & 80s?

    Pretty sure a number of us grew up in the 80s when every kid was reading Stephen King. I stopped reading him around rhe time of his cocaine-fuelled anti-masterpiece The Tommyknockers and the spectacularly uninspired Four Past Midnight. But I have gone back and revisted and re-read his novels...
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    Star Wars Novels that Don't Suck?

    So as a companion to my recently created thread on D&D and RPG novels here I was thinking of dipping into the huge and craptacular area of Star Wars novels. I dipped into SW novels as a teen but found them underwelming, I preferred the comics and other sf. But I think the issue is that there...
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    RPG Novels that Don't Suck?

    As a kid I wasn't a big fantasy reader despite being very into (for a while obsessed with) D&D. It wasn't until my late teens and early twenties I discovered Peake, Moorcock, Leiber, Garner, Smith, Brackett and Vance. So I never really got into reading D&D or other RPG novels as a kid or a teen...
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