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  • #1535047
    Bodine
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    Awww,when I read this I teared up😍

    Every act matters,no matter how small.
    ISO:STONE LAP
    Grail wish...MALE HEARTH💘One day...

    #1535049
    StormDancer
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    That is a beautiful plot. And who better to have a dragon guardian than the creator of Pern and its Dragons.

    I always loved that series.

    Looking for:
    "COSMIC SHIFT DRAGONS and KI-RINS" and the "OCTOPUS TANUKI TEST PAINT #1"

    #1535051
    Suzanne-Marie
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    My Fav.’s are:
    Illustrated: The Veligent and Rue Day by M. Pena
    Twilight Series by Stephanie Meyers
    Death Series by J.D. Robb
    Key Trilogy, Morrigan’s Cross Trilogy, and Jewel Trilogy by Nora Roberts
    Girl of the Sea of Cortez by Peter Benchley
    Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll
    Lord of The Rings by Toilken
    Something Wicked This Way Comes:
    Tomorrow’s Child by Ray Bradbury
    When the Wind Blows and Sequel and Max Series by James Patterson
    Harry Potter Series by J.D.Rowlings
    Anne Rice-almost everything
    Faery Tale-sorry don’t remember author
    Fallen short story don’t remember author

    Thank you everyone for your wonderful suggestions.
    Some of these authors I have never heard of, and being an avid reader now have these recommendations to check out!!

    Searching for: Any Adult Poad, Adult Poad Black Leopard Appy Light Blue Eyes, Adult Poad Copper Patina Teal Eyes, Any Pegasus: Palomino, Buckskin, Fantasy Hatching, Baby Pegs

    #1535052
    Bodine
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    Maybe one day a smart person in Hollywood will figure out a way to bring Pern to life for us on the big screen.

    Every act matters,no matter how small.
    ISO:STONE LAP
    Grail wish...MALE HEARTH💘One day...

    #1535056
    etruscan
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    “Faerie Tale” by Raymond E. Feist?  https://www.amazon.com/Faerie-Tale-Raymond-Feist/dp/0553277839

    That is a good (somewhat weird) book.

    #1535088
    Bodancia
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    Loved all of Anne McCafferey’s Dragonrider books.  Have all of them.  Would recommend “The Lord of the Rings” (of course), Robin McKinley’s “The Blue Sword”, “The Hero and the Crown”, and “Sunshine”; Guy Gavriel Kaye’s “The Summer Tree”, “Wandering Fire”, and “The Darkest Road”; “The Riddle-Master of Hed” trilogy by Patricia McKillip; “The Last Unicorn” by Peter Beagle; Mercedes Lackey’s “Valdemar” series; “Game of Thrones” is great, but George RR Martin is WAY behind in ending the books; Jim Butchers “Harry Dresden” series; and his “Codex Alera” series; Barbara Hambly’s “Dragonbane”, and “Darwath” series; really enjoyed Patrick Rothfuss’s “Name of the Wind” and the “Wise Man’s Fear”, but he seems to be having a hard time finishing this series too; and nobody better than C.J. Cherryh at science fiction.  Her “Fortress”, “Morgaine”, “Chanur” and “Foreigner” series are wonderful and highly recommended.

    Always looking for a lovely GB Young Unicorns, TP Male Dragons or TP Male Griffins!

    #1535090
    Suzanne-Marie
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    @ Etruscan
    Yes that’s the book.
    Thank you !!
    Being so into the Faery realm I luved that book, collect faeries, have a whole curio of them, have them scattered around my house and around my pool, luv books, draw them, etc…
    My bird Tooster luvs them too !! LOL

    Searching for: Any Adult Poad, Adult Poad Black Leopard Appy Light Blue Eyes, Adult Poad Copper Patina Teal Eyes, Any Pegasus: Palomino, Buckskin, Fantasy Hatching, Baby Pegs

    #1535091
    Betrluk1
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    Most of my favorites have already been posted but I would add

    Anne Bishop – Others Series: First book Written in Red (also pretty much anything she has done. this is just the most recent series.)

    Jacqueline Carey – Kushiel’s Dart

    Always looking for baby unicorns, a special mother unicorn, and a special curled dragon

    #1535096
    Zexious
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    Oh my heck, how could I forget a classic like Alice in Wonderland D;

    Bodine, definitely! You interested in a book swap? ;D

    #1535097
    StormDancer
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    I love Mercedes Lackey’s “Valdemar” series too. I re-read the entire series each year.

    Looking for:
    "COSMIC SHIFT DRAGONS and KI-RINS" and the "OCTOPUS TANUKI TEST PAINT #1"

    #1535109
    etruscan
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    If you like those kinds of books – did you read the “Wicked Lovely” series by Melissa Marr?

    #1535119
    Linda
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    Zexious- I have extra copies of Anne McCaffrey books:

    The girl who heard dragons

    The skies of Pern

    A gift of Dragons

    Anne McCaffrey and Todd McCaffrey

    Dragonsblood

    Dragon’s Fire

    Dragon’s Kin

    Dragon Harper

    If you want these just send me a PM and I will send them to you. Really anybody who wants them. I need to get rid of some extra books.

    #1535120
    Suzanne-Marie
    Participant

    @ Etruscan
    Hi!!
    No,another new author for me to check out !!
    Thank you for your recommendation!!
    Under the Rabbit Hole by J.D.Robb
    is short stories loosely inspired by Alice In Wonderland, one of the short stories is Fallen, by R.C. Ryan

    Warm Hugs!!

    Searching for: Any Adult Poad, Adult Poad Black Leopard Appy Light Blue Eyes, Adult Poad Copper Patina Teal Eyes, Any Pegasus: Palomino, Buckskin, Fantasy Hatching, Baby Pegs

    #1535133
    Zexious
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    The Garth Nix “Abhorsen Trilogy” is another good one!

    #1535151
    merrillannwhite
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    McCaffrey and Tolkien are definitely at the top of my list.  Most of my favorites are already on here.  I would add R. A. McAvoy (especially <i>Tea With the Black Dragon</i>), Larry Niven, Patricia Briggs, Orson Scott Card and if you like military sci-fi, David Weber and John Ringo.  I also like Lorna Freeman’s books, but it has been so long since the last one, I am not sure she will ever finish her series.  It needs at least 1 more book to tie up loose ends.  David Brin is good too.  I especially liked <i>The Postman.  </i>(If you saw the movie, don’t worry, it has little relation to the book.)

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