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Comments: Stephen R. Donaldson


Stepen R. Donaldson is one of those rare writers who is able to write both excellent fantasy as well as science fiction.

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has the movie rights been sold to any one. are there likely to be a movie of the chronicles?

Posted by burhan at 03:20 GMT on 27 June 2005

Hi Burhan,

I try to find out. A movie of the Chronicles would be very nice.

Posted by John Bokma at 20:47 GMT on 28 June 2005

Problem with making a movie of the chronicles is the rape scene at the beginning of his first visit/hallucination/transportation. It's has many implicaton's later in the story so it can't be written out.

The fact that you've got a fantasy genre with rape scenarios make me think that this movie would not go down well in the US.

Posted by Nerd Bloke at 13:38 GMT on 12 June 2006

Since you like Fantasy, I would recommend Lois McMaster Bujold's Paladin of Souls. On SciFi, I have liked Robert A. Heinlein's Stranger on a strange land, Orson Scott Card's Ender's Game and Douglas Adams's The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

Thanks for the Recos, will try them out sometime.


Posted by Amit C at 16:43 GMT on 6 October 2006

Hey there, great site. I came across it searching for TextPad tips (svn commit via Ctrl+1 is awesome!) but keep coming back to see your pictures of scorpions and what not.

I have not read the Thomas Covenant books for so long, I didn't even recognize the author's name. It's funny to be reminded here. I liked the series a lot.

Lately I've been reading Vernor Vinge. A Deepness in the Sky is my favorite.

Posted by soytuny at 01:59 GMT on 26 June 2007

Stephen R, Donaldson is my favorite author. My favorite book is The Mirror of Her Dreams, and I think that it should become a movie. Though, all his books should become movies, no matter how hard it might be. KEEP ON WRITING DONALDSON!

Posted by Elizabeth at 22:00 GMT on 14 November 2007

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