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silentalbino
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5/10/2013 11:07 AM

    What are your favourite book series??

    Fantasy has to be Game of Thrones. Science Fiction, Riverworld and guilty pleasure Dl. Crime Fiction Elvis Cole/ Joe Pike novels.

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    5/12/2013 10:02 AM
    Fantasy would be the Shannara series
    sci fi would be the logans run trilogy
    historical series the Bolitho series by alaxender Kent
    pulp sci fi Outlanders (the Mark Ellis years)
    guilty pleasure the end world series
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    5/13/2013 6:47 AM
    Conn Iggulden's Conqueror series, tho not historically accurate, a ripping yarn. David Moody's Autumn series, Liked his Zombies. JL Bournes Day by day Armageddon, liked the diary format and his Zombies. General Sir John Hackett's The third world war (do two books count as a series??) Robyn Youngs Templar trilogy Brethren, Crusade, Requiem.
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    5/13/2013 7:46 AM
    Although now somewhat dated "The third world war" is still a well written and quite chilling account of just what might of been. The chapters on the bombing of Birmingham are especially chilling.

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    5/13/2013 12:50 PM
    And the retaliatory strikes against Minsk were non too pretty either. I particularly enjoyed the Air wars chapter in the second book "The untold story". Often surprised by how many authors list General Sir John Hackett's books as influences on their work.
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