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rustyw
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Help with David Gemmell

I have a David Gemmell book called Stormrider that I was given by a friend. I looked up Gemmell and there are sooo many other books I am confused as to where I should start. I was curious if anyone read Gemmell and could give me a reading order and opinions on the books themselves. Thanks.
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Nelsmom
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Re: Help with David Gemmell

Rusty,

 

Stormrider is the last book in the Rigante quartet.  The the order of the books is as follows:

1  Sword In The Storm

2  Midnight Falcon

3  Ravenheart

4  Stormrider

 

I hope that helps and I really like his books and I'm sorry that there will not be any new ones out.

 

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Re: Help with David Gemmell


I hope that helps and I really like his books and I'm sorry that there will not be any new ones out.

 

 

 

What?!?

 

Geez, I'm getting too old. You knew the authors you loved as a kid were going

to die on you, but when the authors who sprang onto the scene when you

were an adult  start to "shuffle off"... he was too young, dammit.

 

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Re: Help with David Gemmell

 He's dead?

 

I personally liked White Wolf and The Swords of Night and Day.

 

 

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Re: Help with David Gemmell

That does help alot. I appreciate it.

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Re: Help with David Gemmell

David Gemmell: 1948-2006.
"There never can be a man so lost as one who is lost in the vast and intricate corridors of his own lonely mind, where none may reach and none may save..." – Isaac Asimov, Pebble in the Sky