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Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
Well, going by the background mural's references to the labour movement, how about Manic Street Preacher's A Design For Life
(Although if you were Swedish, you'd have had to go with Orup's Magaluf
dang hippeh wrote:
If you could smell the chanterelles I'm frying up for supper you'd not say that.
Celestial Healer wrote:
I don't know who that second person is.
Freehold DM wrote:
*sends cardboard cut-outs of Hitler, Stalin, and Pol Pot*
I expect at least five unnecessary adjectives per sentence in your review of the Lovecraft collection.
I was mostly wondering if he meant it in a gastronomical sense. Thus the helmet-donning.
James Jacobs wrote:
Kinda sounds a bit like Barbarella...
The Thousand Names by Django Wexler (named for the jazz-guitarist) is, so far, a good military fantasy romp which clips along at a very good pace - and as someone who read a ridiculous number of children's novels set during the Great Nordic War it's nice to see some muskets and X-pounders in action again. Could have done with some more humanisation of the Mujahedin-like antagonists, though.
Kirth Gersen wrote:
Got a couple of chapters into PSS once and then put it down. Something about the writing style just didn't groove with me.
I like it, but it does occasionally suffer from "look at my great, big... vocabulary" syndrome.
Luckily that's disappeared in later books by him that I've read (without affecting his style noticably).
Like St. Elmo's Fire?
Feel free to pass some of that along (the rain, not the grumpy GM).