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The Jack Chalker books are wonderful. The first book in the series (if memory serves) is Mid Night at the Well of Souls. He has written several other series, but the well of souls books are the best.
And if the fact that Steven King wrote the Dark Tower series turns you off, don't be. I know some find King to be a bit mainstream bubble gum writing. These books are completely different then ANYTHING he has written. These books are his magnus opus. He started the first book in 1970 and finished the last in 2004. His goal was to create an epic fantasy like Tolken did with the lord of the rings and he accomplished that. The books are a mixture of Fantasy, Science Fiction with a little Western and a bit of horror!
The Chalker books are my all time favorite, I have read the series a few times since 1984. The King series is the first I have liked as much since. Not sure which is my favorite now. I guess the tie goes to the Chalker books because they have been my favorite for 27 years and I just recently read the King books.
So many people have said they loved that king series, i might just give him a chance.....found a site with free ebooks anyway
thanks bov, right back at ya.
Definately give them a chance!! Not much scifi mostly fantasy. But I never met a scifi reader that didn't appreciate a good fantasy novel and this is a good fatasy novel.
The reason I was reluctant is because I am not a huge King fan. I've read a bunch of his books, but I have always found him light reading. Something to take on a plane and not have to get invested in on my trip when I was enjoying other things. Basically a book I can put down. I have a bad habbit of getting nothing else accomplished when I am really into a book. So when I need a book to read that I dont care to much about and won't get in the way of a vacation for example King and Grisham are men. That is how I luckily came across the Gunslinger. I found it at an airport and thought it would be perfect. I was flying to Atlanta to throw a house warming party for my best friend. I spent the house warming party in a corner trying to read just a few more pages. I wasn't a very good host!
Well I just downloaded the whole series up to 7. So we'll see how this turns out. You actually got me looking forward to it.