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Post by Guest on Fri Jun 01, 2012 2:12 am

I am making this thread mostly to show my collection, and at least partially to spread the love. There is some overlap, mostly because the books are stacked two layers deep in most places.









Some of the titles/authors are probably blurry, so I'll update them with normal text when I get the time.

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Michael Moorcock - Elric at the End of Time, Stormbringer, The Sword and the Stallion, The Bull and the Spear, Count Brass, The Warlord of the Air, The Chronicles of Corum, The Champion of Garathorm, Stormbringer, The Bane of the Black Sword, The Weird of the White Wolf, Lord of the Spiders, The Stealer of Souls, The Knight of the Swords, The Oak and the Ram, The Vanishing Tower, The Sailor on the Seas of Fate, The Ice Schooner, The Quest for Tanelorn

Gardner Dozois - The Best of the Best Volume 2

Fritz Leiber - Swords in the Mist, Swords against Death, The Swords of Lankhmar, Swords and Deviltry, Swords against Wizardry, Swords and Ice Magic,

Lawrence Sanders - The Tomorrow File

Larry Niven - The Magic Goes Away

Gordon R. Dickson - Nebula Winners 12

Keith Miller - The Book of Flying

Mary Gentle - Ash, A Secret History

Lynn Flewelling - Stalking Darkness

Edward Rutherford - London

John Christopher - Beyond the Burning Sands

Tolkien - The Silmarillion

Brian Jacques - Castaways of the Flying Dutchman

Leslie Billig - Classic Cryptograms

R. A. Salvatore - The Halfling's Gem, Homeland, Streams of Silver, Passage to Dawn

Lynn Abbey - The Simbul's Gift

Brent Weeks - Shadow's Edge

G.P. Taylor - Wormwood

Ed Greenwood - The Silent House, Elminster in Myth Drannor, Elminster: The Making of a Mage

J. Robert King - Mad Merlin

Alison Sinclair - Legacies

Cordwainer Smith - Norstrilla

Peter Schakel - 250 Poems

Robert Charles Wilson - Bios

Paul B. Thompson - Darkness and Light

L. E. Modesitt Jr. - The Ethos Effect, Magi'i Of Cyador,

Mordecai Richler - The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz

Mary Shelley - Frankenstein

Byron - Byron

Joanne Stanbridge - Famous Dead Canadians

John Christopher - The Pool of Fire, The White Mountains, The City of Gold and Lead, When the Tripods Came

Anne McCaffrey - Dragonseye, Crystal Singer,

Garth Nix - Across the Wall, Lirael

Kenneth Oppel - Sunwing

Isaac Asimov - Neanderthals

Margaret Weis - Dragons of the Dwarven Depths, The Reign of Istar, Love and War

Angie Sage - Flyte

Cornelia Funke - Inkspell

Troy Denning - The Parched Sea

Alyson Noel - Evermore

Stephanie Meyer - New Moon, Twilight, Eclipse, Breaking Dawn

Julie E. Czerneda - A Thousand Words for Stranger

Grant Naylor - Red Dwarf

Fred Gallagher - Megatokyo 1-3

Leo Tolstoy - War and Peace, War and Peace

Phillip Pullman - The Subtle Knife,

Patricia C. Wrede - Searching For Dragons

Kate Seredy - The White Stag

Lemony Snicket - The Reptile Room

Hanovi Braddock - Ashes of the Sun

McDermott - Pokemon Made Simple

Mary Kirchoff - The Black Wing

Ellen Severson - Hederick the Theocrat

John Vornholt - River Quest

Frances Hodgson Burnett - The Secret Garden

Doug;as Niles - Iron Helm

C.S. Lewis - The Last Battle, The Silver Chair, The Voyage of the Dawntreader, Prince Caspian, The Horse and His Boy, The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe, The Magician's Nephew

Herman Melville - Moby Dick

Paul Stewart - Stormchaser, Vox

Ann Downer - Hatching Magic


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Re: Too Many Books

Post by CL on Fri Jun 01, 2012 2:20 am

A whole shelf of National Geographic?!

I hate you, Bryn.

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Re: Too Many Books

Post by Hannibal on Sat Jun 02, 2012 3:38 am

Bryn, that is impressive. You wouldn't happen to have battle royale would you? If so i'd love to borrow it lmao. My friend read some of it to me and it was the most violent masterpiece of a book I have ever seen.
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Re: Too Many Books

Post by Ichirou Hikari on Sat Jun 02, 2012 3:42 am

My favorite books are the Percy Jackson and the Olympians, and Heroes of Olympus. :)

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Re: Too Many Books

Post by Dalton Grey on Sat Jun 02, 2012 4:04 am

It's a magnificent collection, Bryn. Especially that National Geographic shelf. That's amazing.

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Re: Too Many Books

Post by Abel XIV on Sat Jun 02, 2012 11:58 am

Impressive collection of National Geographic magazines... Though mine is larger lol


Whatcha reading now?, I'm reading 1984 :3

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Re: Too Many Books

Post by Sangoran Aoi on Sat Jun 02, 2012 12:20 pm

1984 was a rlly good book. And the black and white movie was pretty good as well.

Bryn, how long did it take for you to make that collection? Seems like 6 or 7 years worth lol

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Re: Too Many Books

Post by Guest on Sun Jun 03, 2012 6:19 pm

My god Bryn, I knew you liked books but that's crazy! And I'll take a wild guess and say that your favorite author is Michael Moorcock? xD
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Post by Franedu on Tue Jun 05, 2012 6:59 am

too many books i cant hold it much longer
*franedu collapse of too many books

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Re: Too Many Books

Post by Vishnu on Mon Jun 11, 2012 2:26 pm

book galore... 0_0

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Re: Too Many Books

Post by ilyria on Fri Jun 15, 2012 3:05 pm

You might like "A song of Ice and Fire" by Goerge Martin and Terry Goodkind's "Sword of Truth" series. yeah

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Re: Too Many Books

Post by Franedu on Mon Jul 02, 2012 1:56 pm

need mushroom from shelf cant keep on going

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Re: Too Many Books

Post by Guest on Wed Jul 04, 2012 2:36 am

Whoops lost track of this topic. Ilyria: I have the whole Song of Ice and Fire Series. Someone bought it for me recently. And as for the Sword of Truth, the first few books were awesome, specifically Wizard's First Rule, but later it just became a pornfest.
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Post by Guest on Wed Jul 04, 2012 2:42 am

Also, finished the list:

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Michael Moorcock - Elric at the End of Time, Stormbringer, The Sword and the Stallion, The Bull and the Spear, Count Brass, The Warlord of the Air, The Chronicles of Corum, The Champion of Garathorm, Stormbringer, The Bane of the Black Sword, The Weird of the White Wolf, Lord of the Spiders, The Stealer of Souls, The Knight of the Swords, The Oak and the Ram, The Vanishing Tower, The Sailor on the Seas of Fate, The Ice Schooner, The Quest for Tanelorn, A Messiah at the End of Time,

Gardner Dozois - The Best of the Best Volume 2

Fritz Leiber - Swords in the Mist, Swords against Death, The Swords of Lankhmar, Swords and Deviltry, Swords against Wizardry, Swords and Ice Magic,

Lawrence Sanders - The Tomorrow File

Larry Niven - The Magic Goes Away

Gordon R. Dickson - Nebula Winners 12

Keith Miller - The Book of Flying

Mary Gentle - Ash, A Secret History

Lynn Flewelling - Stalking Darkness

Edward Rutherford - London

Orson Scott Card - Shadow Puppets, Ender`s War

Jennifer Hawthorne - England Under Edward V

Tolkien - The Silmarillion, The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers, The Return of the King

Brian Jacques - Castaways of the Flying Dutchman, Triss, The Angel`s COmmand,

Leslie Billig - Classic Cryptograms

R. A. Salvatore - The Halfling's Gem, Homeland, Streams of Silver, Passage to Dawn, The Crystal Shard, Sojourn, The Thousand Orcs, Exile, Starless Night,

Lynn Abbey - The Simbul's Gift

Brent Weeks - Shadow's Edge

Lene Kaaberbol - The Shamers Signet

Julian F. Thompson - Herb Seasoning

G.P. Taylor - Wormwood

Ed Greenwood - The Silent House, Elminster in Myth Drannor, Elminster: The Making of a Mage

J. Robert King - Mad Merlin

Alison Sinclair - Legacies

Cordwainer Smith - Norstrilla

Peter Schakel - 250 Poems

Robert Charles Wilson - Bios

Paul B. Thompson - Darkness and Light

L. E. Modesitt Jr. - The Ethos Effect, Magi'i Of Cyador, Natural Ordermage

Bill Bryson - Notes from a Small Island

Frank Herbert - Dune Messiah

Mordecai Richler - The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz

Mary Shelley - Frankenstein

Byron - Byron

Sarah Douglas - The Twisted Citadel

Lisa T. Bergren - The Begotten

T. H. White - The Once and Future King

Keith Ablow - The Architect

Jamie Harrison - The Edge of the Crazies

Robert Cormier - Fade

Clive Custler - Arctic Drift

Alan Dean Foster - Dinotopia Lost

David Brin - The Practice Effect

Joanne Stanbridge - Famous Dead Canadians

John Christopher - The Pool of Fire, The White Mountains, The City of Gold and Lead, When the Tripods Came, The Prince in Waiting, Beyond the Burning Sands, Beyond the Burning Lands

Anne McCaffrey - Dragonseye, Crystal Singer, Power Lines, The White Dragon, Decision at Doona, The Mystery of Ireta, Killashandra, Crystal Line, All the Weyrs of Pern

Richard Bach - One

Mitchell Graham - The Fifth Ring

Gwyneth Jones - North Wind

Jules Verne - Journey to the Center of the Earth

Donita K. Paul - Dragonspell

E. W. Hildick - The Active Enzyme Lemon Freshened Junior High School Witch

Tarantula - St Brigids Cloak, Cu Chulainn

Tony DiTerlizzi - The Wrath of Mulgrath

Hiroyuki Takei - Shaman King 1

Garth Nix - Across the Wall, Lirael, Abhorsen

Kenneth Oppel - Sunwing, Firewing

Vance Moore - Prophecy

Sharon Shinn - Reader and Raelynx

John Peel - Book of Names

Isaac Asimov - Neanderthals, Nemesis

Margaret Weis - Dragons of the Dwarven Depths, The Reign of Istar, Love and War, Dragons of a Fallen Sun,

James Stevens-Arce - Soulsaver

Angie Sage - Flyte, Magyk

William Sleator - The Boxes

David Drake - Servant of the Dragon

Cornelia Funke - Inkspell, Dragon Rider, Inkheart

James A. Owen - The Search for the Red Dragon

Elaine Cunningham - Elfshadow

Emily Bronte - Wuthering Heights

David G. Hartwell - Years Best SF 13

William Gibson - Neuromancer

Troy Denning - The Parched Sea

Alyson Noel - Evermore

Stephanie Meyer - New Moon, Twilight, Eclipse, Breaking Dawn

Julie E. Czerneda - A Thousand Words for Stranger, Ties of Power

Grant Naylor - Red Dwarf

Fred Gallagher - Megatokyo 1-3

Leo Tolstoy - War and Peace, War and Peace

Phillip Pullman - The Subtle Knife,

Patricia C. Wrede - Searching For Dragons

Kate Seredy - The White Stag

Lemony Snicket - The Reptile Room

Hanovi Braddock - Ashes of the Sun

Brandon Sanderson - Mistborn

McDermott - Pokemon Made Simple

Mary Kirchoff - The Black Wing

Ellen Severson - Hederick the Theocrat

Frances Hodgson Burnett - The Secret Garden

Douglas Niles - Iron Helm

C.S. Lewis - The Last Battle, The Silver Chair, The Voyage of the Dawntreader, Prince Caspian, The Horse and His Boy, The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe, The Magician's Nephew

Herman Melville - Moby Dick

Paul Stewart - Stormchaser, Vox

Ann Downer - Hatching Magic

D. J. MacHale - The Reality Bug, Black Water, The Quillian Games,

John Vornholt - The Troll Queen, The Troll King, The Troll Treasure, River Quest

Eoin Colfer - The Artemis Fowl Files, The Opal Deception

J. K. Rowling - The Prisoner of Azkaban, The Chamber of Secrets, The Philosopher's Stone, The Goblet of Fire, The Sorcerer`s Stone, The Deathly Hallows, The Half-Blood Prince, The Order of the Phoenix

Alexei Panshin - Rite of Passage

Ken Follet - The Pillars of the Earth

Ian Fleming - Moonraker, The Man with the Golden Gun, From Russia with Love, The Man with the Golden Gun, For Your Eyes Only, Octopussy, From Russia with Love, You Only Live Twice, Thunderball, Live and Let Die, On Her Majesty`s Secret Service, Casino Royale, Diamonds are Forever,

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Andrew Gross - The Blue Zone

Sam Sykes - Tome of the Undergates

Marion Zimmer Bradley - In the Rift, The Forest House

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Stephen Fry & Alan Davies - The Book of General Ignorance

Heather Wood - 101 Marvelous Money Making Ideas for Kids

James Howe - The Celery Stalks at Midnight

Bruce Coville - The Search for Snout

Louise Fitzhugh - Harriet the Spy

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Charles Kingsley - The Water Babies

Charles Dickens - David Copperfield

Poul Anderson - Orbit Unlimited

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Christopher Paolini - Eldest, Eragon, Brisingr

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Clayton Emery - Jedit, Johan

William R. Forstchen - Arena

George R. R. Martin - The Game of Thrones, A Feast for Crows, A Storm of Swords, A Clash of Kings, The Hedge Knight

David Day - Characters from Tolkien: A Bestiary

Robert A. Heinlein - Revolt in 2100

Douglas Adams - The Restaurant at the End of the Universe, The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, Life the Universe and Everything, Mostly Harmless, So Long and Thanks for all the Fish

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Post by Dalton Grey on Wed Jul 04, 2012 6:48 am

Other than a brief "Wait, what, you have the entire Twilight series", my first reaction was to reaffirm the badassery of this collection. Loads of good fantasy/sci-fi in there, YA or otherwise.

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Post by Hawkeman92 on Wed Aug 01, 2012 7:39 am

I'm not sure whether I feel smarter or simply more bored from simply looking at all those.
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