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Roger Bellini

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Mixed bag or jumbled mess, that is the question! Sometimes you go into a movie with the full expectation of cheesiness. But that’s fine, I actually enjoy a sucky movie from time to time. They have a certain campy appeal that tickles my inner geek. Examples of this done right are films like Pacific Rim, […] Read more of this blog post »
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Average rating: 4.05 · 21 ratings · 7 reviews · 3 distinct works · Similar authors
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" This is a truly epic anthology line up. Most anthologies would be happy to have one of these guys. Tad Williams, Miles Cameron, and Mark Lawrence are best-selling fantasy authors and they alone would make the book worth a purchase. But then add in... " Read more of this review »
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“Fantasy, though, is a literature of things beyond explanation. It calls us back to childhood, either the childhood of our species, before we knew those map-dragons were imaginary, or our own individual childhoods, when shadows held scary stuff, when things lived under our beds and in our closets or in that one part of our journey home where we had to walk through the dark woods.”
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“Flesh parted beneath his silvered blade, a butcher’s dirge of steel cleaving meat.”
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