Re: McKinley: pix/boox?

From: Tawen Chang <>
Date: Mon Sep 25 2000 - 21:58:12 PDT

I actually haven't read any of these books except for Greenmantle. It
wasn't one of my favorites by De Lint. In fact, I can't even remember too
much about it except that it was something somewhat different from his
usual fare (the Newford collections, Jack of Kirowan, etc.)

Of all the Le Guin books, my favorites are still the Earthsea books. (All
of them, including the fourth and last book.)


At 11:12 PM 9/25/00 -0400, you wrote:
>hi! the first part of this message is actually for marie, but i didn't know
>her individual address... just wondering if my robin pix have arrived yet?
>home town has literally the worst post-office system in the country, so if
>they haven't reached you yet then they may have gotten eaten by the postal
>system... on a different note, has anyone read any of the following boox and
>are they any good?:
>greenmantle, charles delint
>harm none, m.r. sellars
>job: a comedy of errors, robert heinlein
>gate of darkness, circle of light, tanya huff
>prism of the night: the biography of anne rice
>are anne rice's newer vampire books(pandora, armand, etc) as good as her
>lestat starring vampire novels? are her witch chronicles as good as her
>vampire ones?
>change of subject to ursula k. leguin - which of her books do y'all like?(i
>loved _the left hand of darkness_ but she has so many other boox i don't
>where to start!)
>take care,
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