A Face Turned Backward, by Lauren Haney; copyright 1999 Betty J. Winkelman; Avon Books, January 1999.
Dead Until Dark, by Charlaine Harris; Ace Books/The Berkley Publishing Group/Penguin Putnam Inc., May 2001.
Living Dead in Dallas, by Charlaine Harris; Ace Books/The Berkley Publishing Group/Penguin Putnam Inc., April 2002.
Nightseer, by Laurell K. Hamilton; Roc/New American Library/Penguin Books USA Inc, March 1992. This book seems like a slice out of a much larger saga. Not extruded fantasy product.
Black Sun Rising, by C.S. Friedman; DAW, September 1992; DAW Book Collectors Number 864.
Random musings on books, code, and tabletop games.
The 47 Ronin, Part 1, 1941.
The Right Hand of Amon, by Lauren Haney; copyright 1997 by Betty Winkelman; Avon Books, November 1997.
Lynonesse: The Green Pearl, by Jack Vance; Berkley Books, 1985.
The Shadow of Saganami, by David Weber; Baen, November 2004.
The Three Stooges, 2000. Based on the book From Amalgamated Morons to American Icons: The Three Stooges, by Michael Fleming.
We Few, by David Weber and John Ringo; Baen Books, April 2005.
Scent of Magic, by Andre Norton, copyright 1998; Eos/HarperCollins, August 1999.
T.K.B — GM
D.B. — playing two characters
T.A. — playing two characters
Two of the kids, T.A. and D.B., wanted to play an RPG, so I pulled out Tunnels & Trolls (5th edition). They picked from the pre-generated characters in the T&T box (I had photocopied them some time before), choosing a Dwarf Warrior named Bjorn, two Human Warriors named Hrolf (renamed Ralph) and Ragnar, and a Dwarf Rogue named Sturri. They ventured into “Trollstone Caverns”, the example dungeon from the T&T rulebook, traveling through areas 1, 2, 12, and 11, then back out the same way, as they had ended up pretty wounded.
This is a timewarp entry.
The Blind Swordsman Samaritan, 1968.
Saturday, 30 July 2005
Porco Russo Lily said:
I didn't like this one as much, because it didn't have any scary parts; I like the scary parts.
A Storm of Wings, by M. John Harrison, copyright 1980; Timescape/Pocket Books/Simon & Schulster/Gulf & Western Corporation; January 1982. Good, but rather depressing.