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The Dragonbone Chair
The Dragonbone Chair: Book One of Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn | Tad Williams
In the peaceful land of Osten Ard, the good king is dying-and a long-dreaded evil is about to be unleashed. Only Simon, a lowly castle scullion apprenticed to a secret order dedicated to halting the coming darkness, can solve the dangerous riddle that offers salvation to the land.
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Branwen
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#AlphabetGame #LetterW
@Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

Chaplin invites you to his Ted Talk about one of the fantasy genre's most underrated authors, Tad Williams! 😹 He's so fantastic and I can never understand why more people aren't reading his works! The Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn series - the first book is pictured here - is particularly excellent! Especially if you love old school fantasy epics! 💕📚 #catsoflitsy #chaplin

Leftcoastzen 😂😸I would LOVE to hear his Ted Talk! 5mo
ravenlee Wouldn‘t this be a Tad Talk? 5mo
shanaqui I reread the first book recently and then stalled. Gotta start again soon, I think! 5mo
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Branwen @ravenlee Yes! 😹💕 @Leftcoastzen He would appreciate the audience, I'm sure! 😹 @shanaqui It does have it's slow moments, that's for sure! But it's totally worth it in the end! ❤️📚 5mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Chaplin is so handsome 😻💙 5mo
Branwen @alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Awww, thank you so much! 😻 5mo
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HeyT
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HAPPY #BOOKSPIN DAY TO ALL WHO CELEBRATE!
Has my chunkster curse continued? Yes it has thank you for asking. Lol I‘m still quite a bit behind for the year but I‘m still so hyped for this day each month. As always thank you to @TheAromaofBooks for hosting.

TheAromaofBooks The only way to break the chunkster curse may be... to not put chunksters on your list 😂 (edited) 6mo
HeyT @TheAromaofBooks lol I know but my list is made up of books I need for a different challenge. I /think/ from now on there aren't too many more to go on though so fingers crossed. 6mo
TheAromaofBooks They are extra satisfying to check off as well!! 6mo
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xicanti
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My mini chard tart experiment was a success! Hello, leafy greens for breakfast.

I‘m gonna push on through the last 80 pages of THE DRAGONBONE CHAIR today. While I‘ve enjoyed some parts, this reread has been way more of a slog than a delight. I‘ll give STONE OF FAREWELL 50-100 pages, but if it hits me the same way as TDC did I‘ll be bailing.

I‘ll also keep thinking lots of tl;dr thoughts about how Teenage Me and Adult Me‘s tastes differ.

Larkken There are a number of books that I adored as a teenager that I‘m afraid to reread and ruin the memory for just this reason 😭 1y
mandarchy What is a chard tart? I love chard! Is that chicken on top? I'm off to Google this... 1y
xicanti @Larkken it‘s weird—for the most part, I‘ve found I can still reread the stuff I read multiple times when I was young, but the books I only read once are way less likely to resonate with Adult Me. I‘m pretty sure this book is objectively better than some of the other teenage reads I still like, but it still failed to click with me. Sadness. 1y
xicanti @mandarchy it‘s actually a sweet chard tart! I can‘t find the link to the recipe, but it combines wilted and blanched chard with poached raisins, almonds, cinnamon, sugar, and an egg in a cookie-like crust, with apple on top. I usually make a full size, lidded version, but decided to try mini open faced tarts this time. 1y
mandarchy @xicanti is okay, I would prefer a savory version. There are so many foods I can't eat, apples and fructose being some of them. It looks delicious though. 😋 1y
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xicanti
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My uncle sent over some homemade focaccia and I was honourbound to eat it while I finished another chunk of THE DRAGONBONE CHAIR. I‘m a little more caught up in the epic sweep now I‘m closer to the end, but I‘m still gonna need a break before I can finish the last hundred-odd pages.

Texreader Yum!! 1y
xicanti @Texreader it was SO GOOD! I wish I had a full loaf. 1y
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xicanti
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Lunch with THE DRAGONBONE CHAIR. I keep slipping in and out of this one, y‘all. I like it well enough, but I LOVELOVELOVED it when I was fourteen and I can‘t seem to recapture that, even as a nostalgia thing.

Angeles That has happened to me with a few of my childhood/teenage favorites. It makes clear how much you change even though you feel you are the same 1y
humouress 😕 I loved it too. But I remember it as an epic door stopper and have been reluctant to re-read it - although I‘m planning to, soon, before I read the new series. 1y
xicanti @Angeles in this case, I think being the same age as the protagonist helped me forge a fast connection with him, which carried me through some of the slower patches. Now I‘m way older and way less patient with the setup scenes you get in so many epic fantasies. 1y
xicanti @humouress it‘s verrrrry long, and it feels it. I‘ve found some chapters really engaging, but a lot of them feel like setup for the wider conflict to come. I‘m not as patient with that sort of thing now as I was when I was new to epic fantasy. 1y
Angeles Interesting. I had not thought about that 1y
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xicanti
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Time for another chunk of THE DRAGONBONE CHAIR, plus a piece of the chard tart I made yesterday.

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xicanti
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I‘m still doing the unofficial Bookspin participant thing, and this month‘s draw decreed I should finally reread THE DRAGONBONE CHAIR. It‘ll be my in-between book for the next little while.

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GrilledCheeseSamurai
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Three are soooo so many books I haven't yet read...and here I am re-reading this again. 😝

I can't help myself. It's comfort. It's home. It's...safe. 🥰

In my defense I'm listening to the audio this go-around, which I have never done before soooo... 🤷‍♂️

Anyone else re-read for comfort? What's your go to?

LazyOwl Yes, definitely. I'm doing a reread of the Abhorsen books. I also like to reread the Belgariad and the Deathgate Cycle (first book is tagged) books and a few others as well. 2y
GrilledCheeseSamurai @LazyOwl 👏👏 Nice. I should totally add Deathgate on my 'to re-read' list I have fond but distant memories of it. I'm listening to Dragonbone Chair as audio but physically I'm re-reading Black Sun Rising which is the 1st book of the Coldfire trilogy (tagged). 2020 & 2021 have been all about re-reads for me! I should re-visit Eddings too! It's been ages! 2y
Orchid_1000bookmarks I‘m re reading The Signature of All Things by Elizabeth Gilbert—— this is a comfort for me because I didn‘t really like a few bookmarks I read previously and reading a very well written book is so much comfort for me. 2y
Soubhiville I reread sometimes. I‘m a fantasy series rereader mostly. The Harry Potter books, The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings, and Jacqueline Carey‘s Kushiel series. I‘m not sure it‘s for comfort consciously, I just like returning to my favorite stories. (I get this from my dad who was always reading LOTR. Literally always.) (edited) 2y
intothehallofbooks I love rereading. My favorite comfort reread is Daughter of the Forest by Juliet Marillier. I‘ve read it a zillion times and find new things about it every time. It‘s SO GOOD and reading it feels like a soft, warm blanket to me. Also, The Hobbit because it‘s pretty much perfect. 2y
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xicanti
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I‘m gonna post a book (or series) from my TBR every day until I‘ve shared the lot. No descriptions. No explanations. Just a whole bunch of books I haven‘t read yet.

This is Day 46.

(Okay, let‘s ditch the no-explanations thing here. These are the only rereads on La TBR. I fell hard for them 23 years ago, took ages to source my own copies from thrift stores &similar, and never actually reread ‘em once I got ‘em. 🤷‍♀️)

#LaTBRrevealed

RamsFan1963 I have this series. I think it's going to be my big summer read of 2021. They're all chunksters so I got to get up the stamina to plow through. 2y
xicanti @RamsFan1963 it‘s definitely a major undertaking. 2y
Nutmegnc Looks like my set circa 1990-something 😍🔥 2y
xicanti @Nutmegnc I‘m glad I found the copy of THE DRAGONBONE CHAIR with the little 90s window! 2y
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xicanti
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Thanks for the #wondrouswednesday tag, @Eggs and @Ast_Arslan !

1. Most of my family does. My dad‘s always been weird and occasionally cruel about everyone else‘s book ownership, even though he‘s a reader himself. 🤷‍♀️

2. I‘ve got a couple cousins who don‘t read. Everyone else does.

3. It‘s sort of cheating, but I can‘t believe I haven‘t reread THE DRAGONBONE CHAIR yet. I‘ve had it sitting here for like 15 years.

Eggs Thanks so much for the thoughtful responses 👏🏻🥳❤️🌼📚 2y
Nutmegnc @xicanti it really is worth it. A very special book...whenever you get to it. 😜 2y
xicanti @Eggs ❤️ 2y
xicanti @Nutmegnc I loved it when I first read it 20+ years ago, so I‘ve got high hopes for my reread. Hopefully I can finally make it happen this year! 2y
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lucifare
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Pickpick

After lugging this around from move to move for the last ten years I finally have sat down and read it! It took me some time to get into it, I thought it began a little slow and I didn‘t immediately like the main character. I quickly changed my mind, and this had almost everything I love about a classic fantasy novel. Looking forward to finishing the series!

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RamsFan1963
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I am posting one book per day from my extensive to-be-read collection. No description or reason for wanting to read the book. Some are old and some will be new. Don't judge me - I have a lot of books.
Day 70

#tbrmountain #bookbuyingdiet

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RobStark92

Who recommends this and why? I‘ve heard good things about it but I‘m not sure if I want to read it.

RamsFan1963 I have the whole trilogy, but all 4 books (the last one is in two parts) are such chunksters, I haven't gotten up the will to plunge in. I've only heard good things about them, maybe they will be my next big series read. 2y
Branwen I recommend it highly! 😀📚💕 It's old school epic fantasy, and even though it's super long, reading it felt very comforting to me. Tad Williams' writing is really good too! I hope that helps! 2y
MrT I‘m up to book 3. It‘s taken me 28 years to get round to reading them (been on my TBR and shelves that long) and now I‘m reading one part a year. I‘ll make book 3 one of my autumn/winter reads, I‘ve also read his Otherland and Shadowmarch series. Great epic fantasy writer. 2y
EddieF Have also read them but, without wanting to spoil it, I find the atmosphere building up to the climax excellent, but the actual events right at the end of the book left me a tad (pun unintended!) disappointed, felt it could have been more. 2y
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GrilledCheeseSamurai
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#7Days7Books Day 2.

'Books that left an impression on me.'

This will be no surprise to you guys by now. I'm a massive Tad Williams fan and the best way to describe it is, how people feel about LOTR's is how I feel about the Memory Sorrow and Thorn series.

The world of Osten Ard has been part of my imagination for almost as long as I can remember & remains to this day as one of my favorite places to visit. 💙

Kenyazero This one's been on my TBR for a while. It might even be so high up the list that I own it. Might need to move to the picking it upstage! 🤔 3y
dragondrool I've only read the first one so far. It's been so long ago I might have to reread it before delving back into the second book, which I started right after I finished Dragonbone, but only got about a quarter of the way through. I also need to finish Otherland. I also loved War of the Flowers, though I didn't expect to. Tad Williams rocks.
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susurran I feel the same way about Osten Ard, I've been visiting there since I was 18 (I'm 51 now) and it feels as much a part of my imaginative life as the Hundred Acre Wood or Oz; just a completely realized world, and Tad is such a truly wonderful person. Can't wait for the final volume of the new trilogy. 2y
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GrilledCheeseSamurai
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#fivefingerstack Thanks for the tag @annkuch13

Book I liked: Sword of Kaigen
Book I always reccomend: the Dragonbone Chair.
Book I didn't like: Throne of Glass.
Character I'd marry: Erza Scarlet (Fairy Tail).
Pinky Promise I'll read soon: The Black Prism.

Hey all! Haven't been around alot lately. Been in a funk. January blues I guess. Try'na shake it off & get back to being me again. I swear January was the longest year ever. 😩😅

vivastory Sorry to hear about your funk. I hope you feel better soon! 3y
annkuch13 Ooh good choices! I'm sorry you're in a funk. I hope February is kinder to you! 3y
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RamsFan1963
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Thanks for the tag @TheSpineView

#7Days7Covers Day 1 #covercrush

Leftcoastzen Wow , cool! I should have tagged you!😂 3y
TheSpineView 💝 3y
Kammbia1 I'm reading this one currently. 3y
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RamsFan1963
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1. The Dragonbone Chair. It's a chunkster, 638 pages, and the beginning of a trilogy with two more books of equal or greater size.
2. I don't usually reread, but I have read The Lord of The Rings trilogy more than once.
3. 362 in print, 25 ebooks and 10 audiobooks
4. Fool Me Twice: Fighting the Assault on Science in America 4💥
5. @Dragonfairykats @Viji @audraelizabeth

#wonderouswednesday @Eggs

Eggs Thanks for playing 🤗👏🏻📚👏🏻😉 3y
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JCPaulk
Dragonbone Chair | Tad Williams
Pickpick

I'm not normally a fantasy fan and the Tolkien parallels are strong, but goodness. I remember this decades after reading it.

Kammbia1 I'm reading this one now. 3y
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Seshat
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Pickpick

This book was amazing! I am kicking myself for not stealing my cousin's copy and reading it when I noticed it in her room decades ago. This is so much better so far than A Song of Ice and Fire.

Art by Simon Chen (see link):
https://www.artstation.com/artwork/oeoGz

TobeyTheScavengerMonk I loved his Otherland books! I‘ll have to read this series at some point. 4y
Seshat @TobeyTheScavengerMonk Do it! I am entranced. 4y
Larkken "So much better than a song of ice and fire" ?hear, hear!! 4y
Kammbia1 I'm reading this one now. 3y
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Seshat
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"'Never make your home in a place,' the old man had said, too lazy in the spring warmth to do more than wag a finger. 'Make a home for yourself inside your own head. You‘ll find what you need to furnish it—memory, friends you can trust, love of learning, and other such things.' Morgenes had grinned. 'That way it will go with you wherever you journey. You‘ll never lack for a home—unless you lose your head, of course . . .'"

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amymyoung
Dragonbone Chair | Tad Williams
Pickpick

Back in high school a friend of mine handed me his copy and told me to read it. I did and the rest is history.

It's an epic fantasy in the vein of Tolkien and Williams does an excellent job of world building.

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RamsFan1963
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1. Yes
2. Yes, definitely
3. Yes
4. Huge book, and the beginning of a trilogy with two other 700+ page chunksters.

#HelloThursday @wanderinglynn

wanderinglynn Thanks for playing! 🖋 4y
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kylienoele
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Pickpick

I truly loved this book! It took me a few chapters to get into the book but I enjoyed it so much! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Kammbia1 I'm reading this one now. 3y
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Rambo_Reads
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At what point does your TBR pile get embarrassingly tall? 🙈

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kylienoele
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Truly enjoying this book!! 📚🍺

callielafleur One of my favorite beverages! 4y
TK421 Their beer is wonderful! My favorite so far is Better Half. 4y
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kylienoele
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I bought this on an Audible sale last week and then found out that Josh has a physical copy, so I‘ve been listening to it at work and reading it at home! This picture was taken at a bed and breakfast we stayed at on Wednesday 😄

GrilledCheeseSamurai I.love.this.series. 🥰 4y
kylienoele @GrilledCheeseSamurai Just got to chapter 7 and so far I‘m liking it! 4y
Kammbia1 I'm reading this one now. 3y
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GrilledCheeseSamurai
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#HelloThursday @wanderinglynn

1. Rural. Like...middle of nowhere rural.

2. Other, I guess. Forests, would be my answer. Lakes & forests. Particularly the Canadian Shield.

3. Canoing. 🛶 I used to be a wilderness survival guide and canoe trip guide for inner city high schools. 😊

4. Camping. The further away from everything the better. 👌

5. Fantasy is great for outdoor reading as it usually involves long treks through the wilderness.

wanderinglynn Lakes & forests are great choices! 👍🏻 Thanks for playing! ⛺️ 4y
CouronneDhiver The Shield 🤙🏽 Yes! 4y
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Branwen
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It's only 8° here, friends! Brrrrr! 😫❄🌬 Taking advantage of the weather to stay cuddled up with my kitty reading buddies and some great reads! If I can finish this behemoth of a book today I will be really happy! 💕📚💕 #winterstormreadathon @BookBabe @MrBook

BookBabe Cute photo, such a sweet kitty! ❤️ Wow, that is really cold!! 🥶 4y
Nebklvr 😭Is it Spring yet? 4y
Dragon 😻 4y
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Branwen @BookBabe Thanks! She's my little buddy! 💕 @Nebklvr Not yet! We still have quite a way to go! 😫 4y
lalatiburona I really enjoyed that series!!! 4y
Branwen @lalatiburona I'm really loving it so far! I can't wait to start the second one! 4y
lalatiburona It's one of those series that I started checking out from the library and then started buying because I knew I'd read them again one day. 4y
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heikemarie
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Me: book buying ban in 2019!
Also me, last day of 2018:

jpmcwisemorgan Haha! I‘m telling myself I need to slow down on the ebook buying so I bought a bunch over the last week. 😬 4y
AmyG Ha! 4y
BookishMarginalia It‘s like dieting: the more you tell yourself no, the more you (want to) splurge 4y
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GrilledCheeseSamurai
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#MoreThan400Pages
#AugInBooks18

All 3 books in Tad Williams fantasy trilogy, Memory Sorrow & Thorn, are well over 400 pages each.

I'll tell ya what though...its fan-friggen-tastic! 🤘😍🤘

 @bookisglee

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Branwen
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Enjoying the lovely weather today with a walk in the park with my new favorite fantasy series! 😃📚💕

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dissemination
Pickpick

Solid epic fantasy, but the too-obvious parallels to our world is distracting.

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Branwen
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Rainy and a little bit chilly today, but my balcony has a roof so a bit of rain doesn't stop me from reading outside! 😃🌧 Another book and tea filled Sunday! 📚☕

ScientistSam Great way to spend the day! 5y
Branwen @ScientistSam I agree! It was perfect! 5y
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Branwen
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Found a beautiful place to start a new fantasy series! 😀🦄🐉📚

2BR02B Lovely! 🌿 5y
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JuliaTheBookNerd
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The Memory, Sorrow & Thorn trilogy is long and very slow at times but very rewarding to finish 😊 In the end I loved this story! ⚔️ 👑
#SlowButRewarding 🐢 #AllTheBooksJuly18 ☀️

#BookNerd 📚💙

Kammbia1 I just started reading The Dragonbone Chair. 3y
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Branwen
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My latest fantasy bookhaul! 😁📚💕 I dont know why, but starting really long fantasy epics is super comforting to me! #bookhaul #bookmail

2BR02B I haven't read any of Tad Williams' fantasy, but I really liked 5y
Branwen @2BR02B Really? I will have to check it out! I haven't read that series! Whats it about? 5y
Kammbia1 I just started reading the Dragonbone Chair. 3y
Branwen @Kammbia1 How do you like it so far? 😀 3y
Kammbia1 @Branwen I like it so far. 3y
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GrilledCheeseSamurai
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Thanks for the tag @blithebuoyant 🤘
#trivialThursday @GarthRanzz

1. Tad Williams - Dragonbone Chair. 😍
2. Jonathan Carroll/Neil Gaiman
3. Have courage to go on adventures.

Tagging @TricksyTails @TK421 @blondie

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kroo87
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137 pages in and loving this.

RaimeyGallant Welcome to Litsy! #LitsyWelcomeWagon Some of us put together Litsy tips to help new Littens navigate the site. It's the link in my bio on my page in case you're interested. :) 5y
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GrilledCheeseSamurai
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#NYBirthdayGiveaway @LazyOwl

Another one of my favorite Fantasy books/series is Tad Williams Memory Sorrow and Thorn trilogy. Prolly even my number 1.

You know how people go bananas over LOTR's (myself included)? Well, this series is my LOTR's.

What I mean to say is - I'm obsessed with it. It's usually my go to for 'best of lists' and I love, love it!

And the best thing is, Tad just started a 2nd trilogy last year continuing the story. ❤️😍❤️

TricksyTails Another series I need to start! Adding to the TBR! 5y
TricksyTails So would you recommend to start these before Hobb if I were picking one series? 5y
Cinfhen Great graphics 🙌🏻 5y
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GrilledCheeseSamurai @TricksyTails That's a tough call. Both are great and both are...I dont mean this in a bad way...but both are kind of slow burns. Meaning that between some great action there is LOTS of character development. Some people stumble with that. Personally? Well...this one is my all time fav for fantasy...so yeah. Either way you go - great reading! 👌 5y
TricksyTails Hahaha did that answer my question? I'm not sure...😂 5y
GrilledCheeseSamurai @TricksyTails Tad is VERY wordy. In all his books. But so is Hobb's. Tad Williams and Neil Gaiman are pretty much tied as my personal favorite authors. Robin Hobb's is great and I LOVE her books, but she is a little further down the list of favs. 😉 5y
GrilledCheeseSamurai @Cinfhen thank you. 🤗🤗🤗 5y
TricksyTails Got it! 👍 Thanks! Maybe an easier question, this series first or Otherland? 5y
GrilledCheeseSamurai @TricksyTails Well...Otherland is more modern/scifi and MS&T is straight up fantasy. Both are excellent. So whichever you prefer. MS&T is shorter then Otherland too. Not counting this new trilogy that he's started. I'm kinda shitting the bed on giving you proper answers aren't I? 😂 5y
TricksyTails 😂 It'll be my last tough question of the night. Thank you for your input! 🤗 5y
GrilledCheeseSamurai @TricksyTails I'm apt to say Otherland but only because of the #OtherlandBuddyRead that a few of us are just starting so you'd have peeps to talk about it with. 👍 5y
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shanaqui
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Pickpick

It's Bunday, so today featured Breakfast in bed (here cuddling up to my back) and the rest of this book. #BunniesofLitsy More of a slog than I remembered/expected, but I am glad I am rereading these. Lots to sink my teeth into.

rabbitprincess ♥️♥️♥️🐰 5y
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shanaqui
Dragonbone Chair | Tad Williams

There is SO MUCH I had forgotten about these books! Some stuff is still very obvious, but other times I am finding myself a little surprised. Hurrah that I have got to a bit with Josua -- he was my favourite character before.

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shanaqui
Dragonbone Chair | Tad Williams

Oh man, I forgot how self pitying Simon is. Argh. I can't wait to get to the bits I remember!

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Mochi
Dragonbone Chair | Tad Williams

Honor is a wonderful thing, but it is a means, not an end.

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mayusteapot
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"... the whole chamber seemed as it usually did - as though a horde of crack-brained peddlers had set up shop and then made a hasty retreat during a wild windstorm. [...] and everywhere books, books, books, dropped half-way open or propped upright here and there about the chamber like huge, clumsy butterflies."

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lesliemarie
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Another book telling me that #booksaremagic
I think they may be on to something... 😉

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Megalinity
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A little bedtime reading

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crispy_bucket
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Pickpick

Excellent.

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shanaqui
Dragonbone Chair | Tad Williams
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This box is full of books. Think I'm sending myself enough to keep me occupied a few months?

Clare-Dragonfly Months? No, probably not 😝 6y
shanaqui @Clare-Dragonfly I should add that I have a bookcase full already in Belgium, and my suitcase is also somewhat loaded... And my next visit back here is in March... 6y
Clare-Dragonfly Hmm... you might survive, then! 6y
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