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"burning" TWP (amazon review) posted 14 Oct 2004, 19:10 by Damaen, Candidate

Greatest. Post. Ever. I laughed so hard when i read scott's announcment thread. [quote:2oawcwv9]There was no trace of humanity, kindness, love or hope in the book. He decribed a hell. ie. creatures having sex with dead things, unimaginable torture, sickness and disease, starvation, disloyalty among comrades and on and on. Every women character was depicted as a "concubine" or "powerless, coniving bitch", and they were always crying after the men that raped and used them. So awful.[/quote:2oawcwv9] That is a really well written rant with absolutley no basis in reality - always my favorite kind of tantrum. view post


posted 16 Oct 2004, 01:10 by Da-krul, Auditor

hahahaha, that is rich view post


posted 04 Nov 2004, 01:11 by saintjon, Auditor

I guess the appropriate proverb here would be "if you can't take the power-hungry rapists get out of the unsanitized fantasy books". Just kidding, although that is kind of funny. Like I can see what she means about the outlook of the stories being pretty bleak but that seems like a pretty reasonable con for a story about an impending apocalypse to have. I don't how in the blue f*&k she could read anything about Akka and not get a dose of humanity and kindness though. Some people. view post


posted 08 Dec 2004, 06:12 by Nauticus, Auditor

Thats a well written, accurate review. ... If we were talking about a different book. Last I checked, [i:1ywomsp3]The Prince of Nothing[/i:1ywomsp3] was kind of about a Holy War, not necropheliac-beastiality. :lol: view post


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