Re: [McKinley: morgan llewelyn/ terry brooks]

From: Katherine Hartsough <>
Date: Mon Aug 02 1999 - 00:00:10 PDT

her books, except the Golden Key, which I skimmed. Her series, unlike
others mentioned here, are very manageable. They typically run to three
books each, although the Dragon Prince series bred another trilogy. Anyway,
Rawn's books include many interesting characters, all of which she manages
to pull together coherently and enjoyably in her plots. The only warning I
have is that sometimes characters that you like a lot die, and bad guys stay
bad guys for the most part (little redemption). Even so, none of this has
managed to put me off her books, even when events I dislike occur. I'm
eagerly awaiting her final in her current trilogy.

>From: jakerz <>
>Subject: Re: [McKinley: morgan llewelyn/ terry brooks]
>Date: Sun, 01 Aug 1999 22:04:08 -0700
>Since you're discussing that i really like is Melanie
>Rawn...those books are long but they're really good...she tends to write
>slowly though so there's a long lag between books...I did start the
>sword of truth series by brooks and those are very long and pretty
>good...i haven't had time to finish the books...i also liked the robin
>hobb assassin's series...
>Betty wrote:
> >
> > >I also see terry brooks(sp?) novels all over the place - i
> > > haven't read any but i get the impression he's just very
> > do y'all think?
> >
> > well, I don't know. I HATED Jordan, but I really liked Brooks' Landover
> > series. The first one is Magic Kingdom for Sale - Sold! Try them. I also
> > the Joel Rosenberg series, Guardians of the Flame. Let me know what you
> > of that one.
> >
> > Betty
> >
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