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chaosmaster4 Dec 10 2009, 5:45pm says:

to anyone interested, I'm working on a Warhammer 40k Story plot for a Game idea. you guys are free to read it and give me any constructive comments. ive posted a WIP of it on my blog.

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infl1ct1on Dec 11 2009, 7:11pm replied:

Awesome, I am new to the 40k universe, but I am interested in learning more about it. I will be reading up and commenting on your idea later!

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uberjager Dec 6 2009, 3:11pm says:

I just read "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are dead". If you enjoyed Hamlet, then you would thorougly enjoy "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are dead". It is Hamlet as seen through the eyes of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern. It makes the seeming 2D characters 3D. It is a very nice supplement to Hamlet. I highly reccomend it.

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bloodstalker Dec 2 2009, 10:56pm says:

just finished reading the da vinci code.something worth reading if ur a thriller fan.the story revolves around a man who worked in louvre museum and was murdered but before his death he has left some clues as how to find something and for that matter he teams his granddaughter with a total stranger,with a theology professor from harvard.
the plus point is there r a lot of information used in the book which most of them r accurate(i checked),which is a fascinating fact and a plus point that will encourage u read on.

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SCΛRECROW Nov 22 2009, 5:19am says:

Finished reading Dale Brown's "Plan of Attack" as I have been working through the 'Dreamland' series of his novels. Quite a good read if you are interested in the techno-thriller/action genre. Plot is centred around a typical US vs. Russia conflict with the added twist of futuristic weaponry.

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bloodstalker Nov 8 2009, 8:31am says:

just finished the 5th mountain by Paulo Coelho:
it's about Elijah a prophet of god who runs away from his homeland becuz god asked him to and his spiritual journey during the time of his stay in the enemy country where they worship Baal.i wouldnt recommend u guys to read was pretty boring.

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bloodstalker Oct 29 2009, 1:19am says:

in a 4 day period i will be getting a couple of books from paulo coelho,the ones that i havent raed,i'll post some non-spoiler summaries as soon as i'm done.
now that i'm thinking... did i summarize the ones that i've read(the alchemist,the witch of portobello,the devil and miss prym)?

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kinesis916 Oct 12 2009, 6:45am says:

I finished the Witch Hunter Omnibus. It was fantastic. I wholly recommend it.

I have also just started the first Malus Darkblade omnibus. Another Warhammer novel. Should be fun.

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AlekZanDer Oct 10 2009, 7:14am says:

Right now I'm reading CARPE JUGULUM by Terry Pratchett.

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kinesis916 Sep 29 2009, 5:14pm says:

Well the moment I am reading Witch Finder. It is the second novel on the Witch Hunter Omnibus by C.L.Werner. At the moment it is pretty darn fantastic stuff, and it has followed on nicely from the first book. I do Love my Warhammer.

The main character, Mathias Thulmann, it just brilliant. He is a Witch Hunter, so think the inquisition of ye olde times. He is such a hard *** bastard who won't take crap from anyone.

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Mularac Oct 1 2009, 5:01am replied:


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kinesis916 Oct 2 2009, 4:24pm replied:

No just the Fantasy side of the coin. Though I do have a couple of shelves crammed with 40k. I love it even more. It's a great passion if mine.

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Mularac Oct 3 2009, 11:31pm replied:

indeed. I only read gaunt ghosts 1 and a few short stories and I loved them. Too bad I can't get those down here....

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kinesis916 Oct 5 2009, 2:18pm replied:

Yeh Dans Ghosts are some of my favourite. The next one is just about out. Should be another cracker.

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