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    Default Simon R. Green's Nightside Series

    I simply could not put it down. Read all of them in the past couple of years.
    unlike anything I have ever read. Very highly recommended.
    Anyone else read it. ??

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    Read them as well. But i prefer Jim Butcher's Dresden Files series better.

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    I really liked the series, although the last six weren't as good as the first six. Hard Day's Knight was the low point, I think. Green's become a little too repetitive and a little too self-referential over the last few years. The Nightside books never got as bad as the Secret Histories books, but it was noticeable.

    You might consider tracking down some of Green's short stories. He's written a half-dozen or so relating to Nightside characters, including origin stories for Razor Eddie and Larry Oblivion. Some of them are in obscure publications and out-of-print anthologies, but a few of them are more easily accessible.
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    Thanks for the great tips. I will check them out.
    I also love the dresden files and have them.
    Wish they would revert to the $7.99 mass market instead of the $9.99 macros

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    Heh, funny enough I just picked up most of the books in this series as well. I've only read the first 3 so far, but I'm enjoying it.
    A woman can move a lot faster with her skirt up than a man can with his pants down.

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