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Ignisis

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dear lord, I remember the good old days as just becoming a teenager. What was homework? I totally blew up that one and read, read and read a mountain of books.

Anyone has read 'Pilgrimage in Jeans' or 'Children of Mother Earth' a very decent trilogy, 'The king of Katoren' orem... 'give me space'. These titles are rather freely translated from Dutch mind you. Tea beckman and Jan Terlouw both (and there are more writers) awesome fantasy writers that definately could use international attention.

A tiny focus of my old time fav book I loved reading 'The never ending Story' .... that moment that you realise the inception of 'reading' :love:
 

Tonyblack

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I'm not aware of reading any books by Dutch writers - but I may have and not been aware that it was a translation.
 

Ignisis

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hmm... I checked if you can actually buy a book translated in English but helas that duck aint gonna fly. You could check for Crusade in Jeans mayb. It is an awesome storyline, thick book too! I actually might read it again, been a while (I was 12ish I thinks)
 

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