Things you learn from Wikipedia

Back in D&D days I was always fascinated by the Fiend Folio’s descriptions of the githyanki, slaadi and githzerai. What twisted mind, I wondered, could have come up with them?

It was , according to here.

On the internet, you can run, but you can’t hide…

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  1. Books that I did not check because I couldn’t finish them:

    The City at the End of Time: I vaguely did want to know what was going to happen to the characters, but it was taking soooo long.

    Princess of Roumania: Eight Deadly Words

    On a happier note…

    Flora Segunda is great fun and I think the sequel, Flora’s Dare, is even better.

    A Song for Arbonne is a good GGK, but not one of my favorites of his.

    China Mountain Zhang is excellent.

    I like Niccolo (Dorothy Dunnett) more than Francis. To me, Francis starts out in a crappy mood and ends up in a good mood (redeemed). Claes starts out in a good mood, ends up in a crappy mood, and finally in a good mood by the end. I’m much more sympathetic to Nicholas. Like some of Bujold’s Miles Vorkosigan books, I’m often thinking to myself, ‘Oh, no, no, no, don’t do that…!’ during the Niccolo series.

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