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Saturday, May 9, 2009

Fantasy Book Critic Remembers...

5 comments:

Harry Markov said...

Hopefully more won't follow any time soon. I think death should have a quote on how many smart people in the literature field it should take.

PS: This is a fantastic idea. :)

Goodgaia said...

Well done. The sf-fantasy genre may be immortal, but writers are not. As much as I will miss the greats, so do I look forward to new faces such as Brandon Sanderson and Ken Scholes. Fortunately we still have a great mix of stalwarts and start ups from whom to choose.

Anonymous said...

No David Gemmell?

Unknown said...

No David Gemmell?

Liviu said...

Robert started the blog in 2007 and Mr. Gemmell has passed away in 2006, though Mihir commemorated the 4th anniversary of the author's death this year with a scanned graphic story

http://fantasybookcritic.blogspot.com/2010/07/exclusive-david-gremmell-short-story.html

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