The Library (or 'Now reading...')
28.01.2013 @ 06:03 #161
30.01.2013 @ 18:36 #162
And I have as well the A Song of Ice and Fire that needs to be finished. They are currently gathering dust in the shelf, since I so clumsily forgot the second book (A Clash of Kings) at my summer cottage and it will take quite some time to reach it.
30.01.2013 @ 18:39 #163
The nail-biting vampire thriller from the world-famous director of Pan's Labyrinth and Hellboy......
30.01.2013 @ 19:42 #166
And I have as well the A Song of Ice and Fire that needs to be finished. They are currently gathering dust in the shelf, since I so clumsily forgot the second book (A Clash of Kings) at my summer cottage and it will take quite some time to reach it. ›››
Let me know what you think of it/them. I have intended to read both for many years, but have never gotten to it.
31.01.2013 @ 14:58 #167
Now, onto the next novel!
Fortunetly the Horus Rising releasing soon in Hungary. The bigger good news it will be translated, and this is one of the most excited series. I hope they will be publish some Dark Angels novels too.
"Though I walk throgh the walley of the shadow of the daemon, I shall fear nothing, For I am what the daemon fears!"
01.02.2013 @ 14:51 #169
Squall D. Leonhart said:
They translated 'contempt' to 'war'? Is there some more meaning to 'guerra' or did they.... take their freedom in translating?
Or can the Polish 'pogardy' be tranlated to both 'contempt' and 'war'?
01.02.2013 @ 15:17 #170
01.02.2013 @ 17:18 #171
02.02.2013 @ 20:44 #173
Also reading "Superman, a History" by Larry Tye. Very entertaining book, it explores the history of the character in various media, the backstory of his creators, why he resonates with people all over the world. I'm not the biggest fan (Marvel hooked me as a kid) but I do have a soft spot for the big guy.
03.02.2013 @ 18:50 #174
10.02.2013 @ 14:37 #177
Highly recommended, have a gander at the opening stanza:
In those days there were oceans of light and cities in the skies and wild flying beasts of bronze. There were herds of crimson cattle that roared and were taller than castles. There were shrill, viridian things that haunted bleak rivers. It was a time of gods, manifesting themselves upon our world in all her aspects; a time of giants who walked on water; of mindless sprites and misshapen creatures who could be summoned by an ill-considered thought but driven away only on pain of some fearful sacrifice; of magics, phantasms, unstable nature, impossible events, insane paradoxes, dreams come true, dreams gone awry, of nightmares assuming reality.
Bishop's Hood, a picturesque hamlet in the Peak District National Park.
18.02.2013 @ 16:25 #179
And god damn it is fantastic. Easily my favorite book in the series so far. Alpha Legion kicks so much ass I cannot even put it into words. They are officially my favorite Space Marine Legion now. Although one has to wonder what would happen if
Check out this topic for our fan translations of the Witcher saga. All done now!
All credits go to the translators. They did a terrific job.
21.02.2013 @ 11:06 #180
Liz Castro's What's up with Catalonia will be published at next Monday 25th:
Intelligence, whether emotional or any otherwise, or is social or is not intelligence
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