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fantasybookspot
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posted 11 October 2004 10:13 AM      $post_id   Email fantasybookspot   Send New Private Message    Reply With Quote 
I dont know about the rest of you, my biggest problem is not finding books to read but actually finding the time to read them. Then again im one of those people that will continue to buy books even when I have at least 4 more to read. Currently I have one full bookshelf of books that are on the to do (read) list. It used to be when I was younger and the fantasy genre was more sparce that I could be without a book at all to read while waiting for some author to actually release something half way decent. Now a days I think the fantasy genre has taken a huge step forward and it is the reader that is trying to catch up.
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Mordeth
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posted 11 October 2004 12:38 PM      $post_id   Email Mordeth   Send New Private Message    Reply With Quote 
your telling me, I finished my "to read list" of all the books that I owned, but then on saturday I had to go and spend $45 to buy the entire "Nights Dawn Trilogy" which is actually six books and easily around 3000-4000 pages I am now backlogged for at least two months, and that is not even considering the time I am gonna spend on Metal Gear Solid 3 and Halo 2 when they come out....


You only truly lose when winning becomes more important than playing.


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Antacid
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posted 11 October 2004 04:18 PM      $post_id   Email Antacid   Send New Private Message    Reply With Quote 
Umm... my to read list has over 200 books i have to read yet...

And i feel just fine about it, it's when i'll be out of new books to read that i will start worrying.


"Sometimes it's damned hard to tell the dancer from the dance." - Corwin, prince of Amber.


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