Kv0th3, on 25 April 2012 - 11:39 AM, said:
I agree completely... Rare is the book I never wish to see again (First Law series being the only one so far)... Besides sometimes when I finish a series it is easier to take something I know I like of the shelf and enjoy, than looking for something that is worthwile and I have not read yet. Finding a new series would not be such a big problem, but once I start a book I am loath to stop reading before I get to the end... I wanted to stop reading First Law after 30 pages, but I am retarded so I ended up reading the whole series... And it was torture. Also if I dont have it on a shelf I am likely to forget I read it until I start reading again, and then its "oh, so thats why the name seemed fammiliar"... (applicable only to mediocre books).
So rather than respond to the thread, you just wanted to bash Abercrombie for a while? Sneaky man, it was very subtle. Let me see if it works in other areas.
Rare is the book i don't want to reread. But I know a guy who doesnt reread at all.. And he is a complete tool, who never passes the damn basketball once it hits his hands. Honestly, he is a blackhole out there, WE ONLY NEED ONE BUCKET, STOP JACKING THREES. But usually, I save my books and reread them.
Edited by SkynJay, 25 April 2012 - 10:42 PM.