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Postby Nebiros » 12 Jul 2008 09:25

Just finished reading Sandworms. After the part where Duncan and Erasmus forge minds, the rest was not as terrible. Just boring and what I had been expecting.

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Postby Pushtrak » 19 Jul 2008 14:01

Nebiros wrote:Just finished reading Sandworms. After the part where Duncan and Erasmus forge minds, the rest was not as terrible.

That is a testament to how bad the book is to that point as opposed to being anything worth writing home about.
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Postby SandChigger » 20 Jul 2008 00:33

(Psssst! We were ignoring this thread, hoping it would dry up and drop off, like a scab or something. Sorry if we missed you with the PM; will try to do better next time! :P )
I have heard of only one mistake that doesn’t have an explanation for a careful reader...with an open mind. (And, no, I’m not going to tell you what it is!) —KJA

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