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To: 4Freedom
I'll be happy to flesh them out in a little more detail for you.

I think you just have too much time on your hands. ;-)

But if you read much science fiction/fantasy you'll see that the patterns of setting up the good vs. evil are all very similar. It's the same story, it's a matter of how it's told. Kind of like John Grisham novels.

Still, I anxiously await the next installment of Star Wars and Harry Potter.

BTW - if you think Scabbers (Ron's rat) is like Chewbacca, you haven't read the fourth book...

44 posted on 11/28/2001 11:34:03 AM PST by Ward Smythe
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To: Ward Smythe
I haven't read the Harry Potter books yet. I will wait until all the HO-Ha has died down like I did with the Hobbit and Lord Of The Rings.

I am asking my family to get a Babylon 5 paperback, Invoking Darkness: The Passing of The Techno-Mages. The 3rd in a trilogy. Lots of character development.

49 posted on 11/28/2001 12:14:47 PM PST by TOMH1
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To: Ward Smythe
I've read quite a bit of science fiction over the years.

Right now, in my leisure reading, I'm finishing "Star Wars, Tales from the New Republic". After that I have "Star Wars, X-Wing #9-Starfighters of Adumar", "The Crystal Star", "The Black Fleet Crisis", "The New Rebellion", "The Corellian Trilogy" and the latest installments of the "New Jedi Order" to catch-up on.

I've been meaning to read the Harry Potter books, but I haven't been able to squeeze them in.

It would have been nice to re-read the "Lord of the Rings" trilogy before the release of the film, too. But hey, I have to make some time for Free Republic.

52 posted on 11/28/2001 1:38:43 PM PST by 4Freedom
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