Ice and Fire. Just to be nit-picky.
How are you liking it? You must be liking it well enough since you're still going, and even got Tizz reading them. After I strongly encouraged you to read them I got nervous because I realized I hadn't read them in quite a while. Maybe they aren't as good as I remember. It would be mildly embarrassing to push something so strongly and then realize I completely overrated it. I definitely need to read them again as soon as I'm done with WoT. Then I might even try whatever that series is that Mr. T is recommending. Anything that gets placed between WoT and Ice and Fire deserves consideration.
Yes, I might have giggled a few times. Yeah, giggled. I'd like to say I chuckle in a manly fashion, but when reading I have a tendency to giggle excessively at moderately amusing things. Anyway. Can't say I've really noticed a lot of humor in his writing, and most of what is there is a bit too...obvious maybe? But then when I want humor I just read Pratchett so it's all good. Although, I did enjoy the bit in book 6 where Davram Bashere comments on the difficulty of giving decent burials to trees. Seemed Pratchettesque.
Originally Posted by wheelchairman
So, no one has any solid ideas on who killed Asmodean then?
I just commented on a typo on Brandon Sanderson's facebook and asked for a job as an editor. Fingers crossed.
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