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    26 Jan 2013 - 14:41
    Well, after googling I saw what books he wrote and that specific thing about that one book. I already knew his name though, I don't really know where, but I probably read about him somewhere and it stuck. At home I've got a long list of authors and books I should get to someday. The name is probably there. ^^ Like Asimov - I knew about the guy long before I read any of his (excellent) s...
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    26 Jan 2013 - 14:19
    I mean the Polish translation was by Stefan Wilkosz. ;) When I wrote "original novel" I meant the original version of the novel. Sorry for the confusion.
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    26 Jan 2013 - 14:17
    Jeffrey Archer? I knew the name. Well, I knew he was a politician and a writer, but never really read anything written by him. I see that newer edition of "Shall We Tell the President?" is changed according to inspirations originated from Polish translation of the original novel by Stefan Wilkosz. Well, that might be just enough to get to know it. ;P
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    20 Jan 2013 - 10:05
    ...Oh, also, I've actually "read" it in audiobook form, and the guy reading it made a hell of a job with all those different characters, accents, etc. After some time you just get to know who's line is it by the voice he used, he's so good at it. ;)
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    20 Jan 2013 - 09:59
    Ah, yeah, I think "The Lost Fleet" isn't exactly in the same league as "Song...", but still, *I* like it thus far. The main hero is pretty much the ideal military commander brought up to life, but still a human being with doubts and emotions.
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    20 Jan 2013 - 09:21
    If you're still looking for a good read, and are into military s-f, then there's this series, "Lost Fleet" by John G. Hemry under the pen name Jack Campbell. I've read every book, save for "Victorious" and the spin-offs, so yeah, I liked it thus far. Worth a try anyway. Cheers. :)
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    05 Dec 2012 - 07:02
    Actually I dont think of you at all. I was just being nice.
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    05 Dec 2012 - 02:57
    Yep.
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    04 Dec 2012 - 06:44
    Yes. The best bastard.
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    04 Dec 2012 - 03:08
    Yep, he is.
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    03 Dec 2012 - 02:19
    Which part is strange ? and why ?
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    30 Nov 2012 - 04:19
    You bastard.
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    29 Nov 2012 - 05:02
    How about killing yourself? It'd make a lot of people happy.
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    29 Nov 2012 - 02:09
    Well, I like high fantasy, and the way things are getting complicated, and I don't mind a bit of magic. So yeah, I liked it. Tastes differ though, so don't blame me if you don't like it. :P
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    28 Nov 2012 - 23:02
    So what fiction do you like? The famed (since the HBO series) "Game of Thrones" is quite nice actually. If that's not your cup of tea, then... Well, I didn't read a good fiction novel for some time too... If you're into Star Trek then "Physics of Star Trek" and "Beyond Star Trek" are nice, by Lawrence Krauss.
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