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The Last Dark by Stephen R Donaldson

And so it ends. The Last Dark was good. Vastly better than the last few books. Covenant and Linden return to figures of  power and more closely resemble their former selves.  The mishmash supporting cast has a few people step

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The Runes of The Earth

It’s hard to know exactly where to start here, which seems to be how Stephen R Donaldson felt when he decided to take one more trip to the well for The Last Chronicles of Thomas Covenant.  The Runes of the

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The One Tree by Stephen R Donaldson

The Matrix lost it’s way once the Wachowski Brothers decided the machines were the good guys and humans didn’t matter.  Once the Programs took the lead, the story was doomed. In The One Tree, Stephen R Donaldson starts down the

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Lord Foul’s Bane Book One of The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant The Unbeliever

There are now almost ten books set in the universe of The Land.  But it all started in 1977 with Lord Foul’s Bane.   I just finished re-reading Lord Foul’s Bane for the first time in many years-it’s one of a

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Against All Things Ending

Stephen R Donaldson writes about people you don’t like doing things you don’t understand.  But I still have a soft spot for him.  Among the first books I discovered on my own were the three books of The Chronicles of

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