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Old 24-11-2004, 12:28 AM   #1
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Michael Morcock

Anyone read any Michael Morcock?

Hes one of my favorite Authors, Fantasy but not in the Tolkienesque vien (tho do love Tolkien) his books, and there ar many of them, have a pretty consistent theme running through them of the Eternal fight between entropy and chaos. His best known charater is Elric and demon sword Stormbringer.
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Yeah i got all the books dancers at the end of time etc but atm im readinf stephen erickson books atm midnight tide and the rest of the series for the 3rd time .
If you want a book that makes u go omg thats just nasty then he is the man, plus his plots are like over 5 books so far and to sum it up if you dont buy then the big horse will fcuk to the end of time.
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I have a few of his books, but have not read them; make one my next read.. I have just started Consider Phlibas.. looking good.
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Ive read a few of the Culture books and some are great and some not so great
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I have read the history of the runestaff until it crosses over into the other books, as i dont seem to have them. Started Corum and elric but the other books are missing. Great writing tho, nice and easy reading, and all the books link together. I might just have to find some more!
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Welcome to the forums mate.

Yeah MM's books are quite easy to read tho some can be a little dark and brooding.

Hope u enjoy ur stay at GO
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