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25 August 2002 @ 09:33 pm
Books  
Books finished since last time:

"Conrad's Time Machine" by Leo Frankowski
"The Prince" by Jerry Pournelle and S. M. Stirling
"Eternal Frontier" by James H. Schmitz
"Drakon" by S. M. Stirling
"The Time of the Dark" by Barbara Hambly
"The Walls of Air" by Barbara Hambly
"The Army of Daylight" by Barbara Hambly
"The Mother of Winter" by Barbara Hambly
"The Icefalcon's Quest" by Barbara Hambly

I seem to be reading less atm - probably coz I have a lift to work.
 
 
 
Ceci n'est pas une viemarble on August 25th, 2002 02:16 pm (UTC)
You seem to find much more time for reading than I do, though.
Margaretpling on August 25th, 2002 02:20 pm (UTC)
It's not that much though - 9 books in 18 days ... and I read 3 of them yesterday (this is why I wasn't on SP much yesterday, I sat down when I got in from the shops and just read all afternoon and evening).
countless screaming Argonautsyesthatjill on August 25th, 2002 02:39 pm (UTC)
How was Draka? I have read the other Domination books, but not that one.
Margaretpling on August 26th, 2002 12:01 am (UTC)
I liked it - I liked the other ones too. It's set ~400 years later than the last of the other Domination books. Basic plot is that Gwen (Yolande's daughter, one of the first of the new Race) is involved in an accident in some sort of physics lab and accidentally comes through to an Earth much more like our own, in the late nineties. And once the shock wears off, promptly starts working out how to conquer it, too.

When I read the other three books they were collected into one volume with short interludes between the books set in the 'Ingolfson Incursion Timeline' - which this book is the story of.
Margaretpling on August 26th, 2002 07:42 am (UTC)

It's possible that it's one you've read - I double checked the title a minute ago when I went to correct a typo in one of the other books ... and discovered it's called "Drakon" instead. Oops *blush*.
countless screaming Argonautsyesthatjill on August 26th, 2002 06:31 pm (UTC)
Still haven't read it, but now the Ingolffson Incursion stuff makes more sense. :) I'll have to go find it now.