What readest thou?

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Re: What readest thou?

Postby hobbit_of_narnia » Wed Jul 19, 2017 12:36 am

I accidentally saw the R version of that movie. I was kind of shocked. :lol: I didn't know it was based off a book, though. That's pretty cool.
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Re: What readest thou?

Postby Ariel.of.Narnia » Wed Jul 19, 2017 3:55 am

The book that I'm reading came out after the film, so, no, not based on that particular book. From what I understand, though, the elements seen in the film came from a number of biographies and letters and other personal paraphernalia, etc..
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Re: What readest thou?

Postby anunknownpevensie » Wed Jul 19, 2017 11:24 pm

The Enchanted Forest Chronicles are a MUST. As good as Middle Earth and Narnia, but in a different way. Very classic writing. High quality stories.

Also going through the Percy Jackson related series. Like Heros of Olympus, Gods of Asgard, Kane Chronicles, Trials of Apollo. If you don't mind cheap, exciting, and very funny writing and LOTS of mythology, you might like them all.

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