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Okay, so here’s the list of books I picked up this weekend:

Thieves World Book 1: Thieves World by Various
Thieves World Book 3: Shadows of Sanctuary by Various
Thieves World Book 4: Storm Season by Various
Thieves World Book 6: Wings of Omen by Various

Beyond Sanctuary by Janet Morris
The Golden Sword by Janet Morris

The Wizard of Lemuria by Lin Carter
Thongor of Lemuria by Lin Carter
Thongor and the Dragon City by Lin Carter
Thongor Fights the Pirates of Tarakus by Lin Carter
Thongor in the City of Magicians by Lin Carter
The Wizard of Zao by Lin Carter
The Enchantress of World’s End by Lin Carter
The Immortal of World’s End by Lin Carter
The Barbarians of World’s End by Lin Carter

Space Opera by Jack Vance
Servants of the Wankh by Jack Vance
City of the Chasch by Jack Vance
The Killing Machine by Jack Vance
The Palace of Love by Jack Vance
The Face by Jack Vance
The Book of Dreams by Jack Vance

Judgment Night by C.L. Moore
The Best of C.L. Moore by C.L. Moore
Earth’s Last Citadel by C.L. Moore & Henry Kuttner
Valley of the Flame by Henry Kuttner

Phillip Jose Farmer’s The Dungeon Volume 1: The Black Tower by Richard A. Lupoff
Taltos by Steven Brust
Legend by David Gemmell
Eric John Stark: Outlaw of Mars by Leigh Brackett
Castle Perilous by John DeChancie
The World Invisible by Shulamith Oppenheim
Sorrowing Vengeance by David C. Smith
The Enchanted Planet by Pierre Barbet
Our Lady of Darkness by Fritz Leiber
Jongor Fights Back by Robert Moore Williams
Tigers of the Sea by Robert E. Howard
Mention My Name in Atlantis by John Jakes

message 2: by Charles (new)

Charles (kainja) | 426 comments Some good reading there. Some maybe not quite so good. :)

message 3: by Joseph, Master Ultan (new)

Joseph | 1199 comments Mod
Yep, some really good stuff in there -- you can never go wrong with Vance, Moore, Howard, Leiber. I also enjoyed Brust and Gemmell. And I really, really need to read more Brackett.

message 4: by Thomas (last edited Aug 26, 2013 04:48PM) (new)

Thomas Cardin | 9 comments What a haul! My wife would shoot me if I brought any more books in the house. I am pretty much at the mercy of what's available in the library or on my kindle. Combed through all the stuff on project gutenberg as well.

Enjoy your reading!

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Dan (TheGreatBeast) | 213 comments A lot of good books there, I hope you have a lot of time on your hands.

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Randy Harmelink | 800 comments Boy, would I like to load all of those on my Kindle.

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Ha, ha, thanks. I did pretty well on these. I had my arms full with these. If I could get these books on Kindle it would have saved me a lot of trouble. :P Most of them are out of print and/or not available on Kindle. A few I just happened to see from my wish list and snatch up and some of the others just caught my eye.

Geeze, I don't know when I'll actually get to read them. :P I still have a pile of Kothar and Kyrik to get through. I'm planning to spend the three day weekend putting a serious dent in my reading pile. Let's see how well I do!

message 8: by Dan (new)

Dan (TheGreatBeast) | 213 comments Did you just pick them all up from a book fair or used book shop, or did you order online?

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I got these books from two used book stores in Philadelphia. Going through Amazon costs you an arm and a leg in shipping even if the book prices are low. :\

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Dan (TheGreatBeast) | 213 comments I figured. I try not to order paperbacks online unless I really can't find them anywhere else an I am intent on reading (like Karl Edward Wagner's books).

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