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Posted by Mortis141
08-11-2014 02:03 AM

Can someone give me names of Sci Fi, Adventure or Supernatural books with Teenage Protagonists?

Posted by Dr. Scientist
06-10-2014 06:04 PM

I have to recommend the Travelers Gate Trilogy to any fans of fantasy period.

The whole concepts of the territories and there travelers is pretty awesome.

The basics of which are if you get chosen or just happen to be a natural traveler of a territory then you can gain powers from said territory by passing different tests that the are within said territory and coincide with what the territories all about for example Ragnarus’s prices are paid in blood and pain mostly.
While Valinhall is all about combat so you have to fight to earn pretty much anything.

Posted by Seto Kaiba
01-15-2014 06:31 PM

Magnum Bookworm wrote: I just never could get into LOTR sad.

All those lengthy descriptions bored me to death. I guess I’m just not a fan of exposition.

Shame on you.

Idol Minos wrote: 1st Psalm

I chuckled.

Well besides LOTR, there’s WoT, Redwall Series, Contact, the hunchback of Notre Dame, Frankenstein, harry potter (who doesn’t know really), signal, hitchhikers ride to the galaxy, & the lightness of being, well I could go on but this is a decent list to start I believe.

Posted by Ragian Azariah
06-30-2013 10:38 AM

1st Psalm

Posted by Culpa the White Mage
01-29-2013 05:20 AM

If anyone is a fan of the Team Ico games, I’d definitely recommend picking up Ico: Castle in the Mists. It’s 16$ retail, but a great read.

Posted by GoodGamerSambo
01-02-2013 12:07 PM

Magnum Bookworm wrote: Ao No Exorcist- I’ve only seen the anime, but I heard the manga is quite good.

D. Gray-Man- Very good series overall. Chapter 188 right now, and I really like it.

Cheers for the info.

I’ll probably read both of them eventually, but i’m now going to start with D. Gray-man first.

Posted by Magnum Miracles
12-31-2012 04:26 PM

Eric Kripke wrote: In any case, have you considered Robert Jordan’s Wheel of Time series for fantasy reading yet?

Of course! That was actually one of the first recs I got when I asked for some fantasy recommendations.

The problem is that I can’t seem to find the first book in hardcover anywhere.

Posted by The Dan Hibiki
12-31-2012 01:36 PM

The only thing that always got me about Tolkien was the songs, I always kind of skipped them.

Posted by Icelus
12-31-2012 01:33 PM

The lengthy descriptions do get annoying at times even to those who love exposition and detailed realism; I understand. Nonetheless, the plot itself was original at the time and is interesting; on top of that, Tolkien’s writing style and ability to weave happenings with humor and mystery keeps one interested if they can get past the explanatory pieces.

Posted by Magnum Miracles
12-31-2012 01:29 PM

I just never could get into LOTR sad.

All those lengthy descriptions bored me to death. I guess I’m just not a fan of exposition.

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