Rymeryn wrote:Here's an interview with him that is...i'm not even sure how to describe it.
http://fantasybookcritic.blogspot.com/2 ... dkind.html
I do not remember which book that was in, i might be able to find out...but not for some time.
As for killing Hitler in his youth, are you kidding me? There is simply no way to guarantee outcomes, and on top of that, thats the entire problem that the US is facing with pre-emptive strikes. It does not work, and its simply not justifiable in most cases. I don't care how toxic the woman's goals were, she was an unarmed protestor. As in, she was not carrying any weapons. That is a MASSIVE moral quagmire to start killing people because of what they "might" do. And on top of that, there is no way to determine what they are going to do in any case, so killing that woman had no justification. Zero.
What TG strikes me as, especially from this interview, is a blow hard. Honestly. He does not read any books? I have seen his name on book reviews, so he has to read some, and he's had to read Ayn Rand. He also said he is super meticulous about each word, but he wrote the last 80 pages of Confessor (i believe that was the one) in a massive, single sitting, stream of consciousness marathon. That would take what? Two weeks? And then he didn't bother to review it, just sent it off to his publisher.
I honestly think the guys just a liar.
orcslayr23 wrote:I thought the first four books in this series were fantastic. Once I hit book 5, that's when I lost interest. The story starts with the main characters but then for a really REALLY long time it goes to these other characters that are seemingly irrelevant and extremely boring. maybe i'll come back to it one day.
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