Friday, July 14, 2017

Friday!


Not everything in weekends must be bars and party. Read a book, do a marathon of a good tv show and do... home stuff, can be a great weekend too.

By the way, do you have a good book recommendation? Some of us are looking for some read material :P
But we are not asking for free, in exchange we'll do a recommendation as well. For example the Farseer Trilogy from Robin Hobb.

Also Root will be streaming on Picarto more or less at 4 p.m. UTC+2

Have a nice weekend!

12 comments:

  1. All the trilogies from Fiona McIntosh (fantasy/adventure/supernatural)

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  2. Red Rising trilogy by Pierce Brown is pretty good; fast read, some cool concepts

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  3. If you're into Sci-Fi, pretty much everything my Harry Harrison. He was an editor for a significant number of years before he became an author himself. As a result, he writing is really tight and he does a great job telling a big story in far fewer pages that most authors. I particularity like the Stainless Steel Rat series.

    On the fantasy end, The Ebenezum Trilogies are a lot of fun. Written by Craig Shaw Gardener. They are a "does not take itself too serious" series full of things gamers would identify.

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  4. If you need lots of reading material, and like medieval, fantasy and supernatural genres, definitelly try yourselves at Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan. Fourteen chapters, over twenty books, should keep you busy for a while.

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    1. I read them last year on my way to work on this project ^^
      Awesome books.

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  5. If you're into philosophy and spirituality, read about the modern world criticist Julius Evola, especially for "Metaphysic of Sex" and "Ride the Tiger" books. Available in spanish language.

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  6. If you're looking for some fantasy-ish stuff, I'd say the Kingkiller chronicles (still waiting for tome 3 though) and Mistborn. The legend of Drizzt (don't remember the exact name) is really good too. Still I think the best is the Kingkiller Chronicles

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    1. Thanks! Already read some of them. Awesome books ^^

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