Friday, July 25

Sign your comments, people. Even if you don't want to log in, you can put your name (or a name) at the bottom.

I sign everything I write, and I require that commenters here do the same. I know some of you folks are new(ish) around here, and I don't want to delete friendly comments just for being anonymous.

But I will.

5 comments:

NSB said...

Courtesy of Amazon, the CBK cover blurb:

In Heroes Die and Blade of Tyshalle, Matthew Stover created a new kind of fantasy novel, and a new kind of hero to go with it: Caine, a street thug turned superstar, battling in a future where reality shows take place in another dimension, on a world where magic exists and gods are up close and personal. In that beautiful, savage land, Caine is an assassin without peer, a living legend born from one of the highest-rated reality shows ever made. That season, Caine almost single-handedly defeated–and all but exterminated–the fiercest of all tribes: the Black Knives. But the shocking truth of what really took place during that blood-drenched adventure has never been revealed . . . until now.

Thirty years later, Caine returns to the scene of his greatest triumph–some would say greatest crime–at the request of his adopted brother Orbek, the last of the true Black Knives. But where Caine goes, danger follows, and he soon finds himself back in familiar territory: fighting for his life against impossible odds, with the fate of two worlds hanging in the balance.

Just the way Caine likes it.

Anonymous said...

Wohoo sounds great thank you. Can't wait for it. Recently reread Heroes Die and I am currently just reading Tyshalle for the second time.

Ralf

Tim said...

Well, I just ejaculated all over myself.

scott said...

that latest anonymous post on your other thread was mine, matt... thought i signed in with my yahoo email, but apparently i was defeated by the interwebs!

Gio said...

It's interesting how Heroes Die was published before Survivor hit the airwaves.

I thought that Studio Adventures like "For Love of Pallas Ril" or "Servant of the Empire" were more analogous to single episodes or films rather than reality show seasons, but it's probably easier to compare it to the latter.

I'm almost done re-reading Tyshalle. Can't wait for CBK.