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    I'm doing what I said I would do...I've completed the "Wheel of Time" series...and I'm starting over. THe first book came out in 1990 and the last just this past January.
    It's not the heat, it's the stupidity.
    What manner of jackassery will I be subjected to today?

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    Should try the "Sword of Truth" series by Terry Goodkind, if you haven't already.


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    This may be of interest to some of you guys. "Where Birght Waters Meet" it is free as an ebook on the UK sight. Excellent read.
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    Quote Originally Posted by axle27 View Post
    I'm doing what I said I would do...I've completed the "Wheel of Time" series...and I'm starting over. THe first book came out in 1990 and the last just this past January.
    Just started this series after reading your post, and am starting book 4 today. Great series! Thanks!


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    In addition to reading Stillness at Appomattox - a great book - I'm reading Dynamic Nymphing by George Daniel. This book is destined to be a classic. I think it's a must for anyone who is serious about nymphing.

    Randy

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    Randy,

    Do you have the first of that set, The Army of The Potomac? I read them both long ago and have even recommended them on this thread.

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    Recently decided it was time for some classic reading and picked up a copy of "A River Never Sleeps"' by Roderick Haig Brown.

    Only a couple chapters into it but am enjoying his writing very much.

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    My wife gave Nick Lyons' collected essays from his years writing for FlyFisherman (I think it was), Confessions of a Fly Fishing Addict. It's a nice collection.

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    I had mentioned that I wanted to learn more about fishing wets and soft hackles to Popperfly, so he loaned my three of Sylvester Nemes' books and I have been working through them, excellent reading by the way: The Soft-Hackled Fly and Tiny Soft Hackles, Two Centuries of Soft-Hackled Flies and The Soft-Hackled Fly.

    A couple weeks back I read American Sniper by Navy Seal Chris Kyle, also an excellent read!

    If you ever have thoughts of fishing on the Henry's Fork, pickup a copy of Mike Lawson's new book "Fly-Fishing Guide to the Henry's Fork".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hardyreels View Post
    This is a good thread John, the fly fishing fraternity is indeed a literate bunch Nancy is working through James Michener's 'Alaska' at this time, I read 'Mexico' and enjoyed his work very much and will read allaska when she finishes.
    My favorite is Centennial. The first chapter is devoted to the evolution of the Rockies, where we live. Most here have never heard the term "Ancestral Rockies". The rest is ok, too...

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    Quote Originally Posted by axle27 View Post
    I'm doing what I said I would do...I've completed the "Wheel of Time" series...and I'm starting over. THe first book came out in 1990 and the last just this past January.
    Just finished the last (I guess) one, A Memory of Light. Tedious..

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