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    Rykain

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    Post  Rykain on Tue Jul 02, 2013 9:54 am

    Hello everyone, ^_^ I'm sure most all of you know me. If you don't the name is Ryan, and I enjoy reading playing guitar and debating with people. I just found out about the forums today, and I'm happy to join. (:
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    Post  Syth Skybolt on Tue Jul 02, 2013 12:02 pm

    What kind of books do you read?


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    Post  Rykain on Wed Jul 03, 2013 6:18 am

    I read all sorts of books, I tend to stray away from romance books but other than that I read pretty much all kinds. My favorites are mystery and adventure but I also really like reading books on philosophy as I tend to enjoy taking in life from different perspectives.
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    Post  Syth Skybolt on Wed Jul 03, 2013 11:31 am

    Any particular titles (or authors) that you'd recommend?


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    Post  loganberry44 on Thu Jul 04, 2013 11:38 am

    welcome here kain! hope you enjoy it Smile
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    Post  Rykain on Sat Jul 06, 2013 5:11 pm

    Syth Skybolt wrote:Any particular titles (or authors) that you'd recommend?
    Well I do like John Flanagan he writes a rather great series called The Rangers Apprentice and The Brotherband Series. I also like D.J. MacHale for his Pendragon Series, I also really like Christopher Paolini and I have a lot of other ones, but those are just some kind of big names that have books that should definitely be read.
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    Post  Syth Skybolt on Sat Jul 06, 2013 5:51 pm

    Oooooh, yes, the Traveler's were quite interesting too read about. Which book was your favourite? Loved the Quillan Games, myself. It was a wonderful bit of dystopia, and still makes me give Walmart the stinkeye to this day.

    I haven't yet read Inheritance, the the first three books of that series have been pretty good. It's one of those books on my to-read list.

    Afraid I've only ever started the first Rangers Apprentice, and I never actually finished it. I may need to take another look at it.

    In return, have you ever read any of Jim Butcher's works? His Codex Alera and Dresden Files are both worth a look into if you're ever in need of something to read.


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    Post  Rykain on Sat Jul 06, 2013 6:02 pm

    Syth Skybolt wrote:Oooooh, yes, the Traveler's were quite interesting too read about. Which book was your favourite? Loved the Quillan Games, myself. It was a wonderful bit of dystopia, and still makes me give Walmart the stinkeye to this day.

    I haven't yet read Inheritance, the the first three books of that series have been pretty good. It's one of those books on my to-read list.

    Afraid I've only ever started the first Rangers Apprentice, and I never actually finished it. I may need to take another look at it.

    In return, have you ever read any of Jim Butcher's works? His Codex Alera and Dresden Files are both worth a look into if you're ever in need of something to read.

    My favorite was was the Quillan Games too Razz I haven't read any of Jim Butcher's books, I will check them out (:

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