Orson Scott Card's Treasure Box

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    SDNess

    SDNess New Member

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    I got this book for my birthday. I have never heard of it. Anyone read it?
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    Brian Turner

    Brian Turner Brian G. Turner Staff Member

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    I'm afraid not - is it an anthology of short stories?

    Whatever it is, do keep us informed. :)
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    dwndrgn

    dwndrgn Fierce Vowelless One Staff Member

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    Nope. You'll have to clue us in on it.
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    asuza_chan

    asuza_chan New Member

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    I've read it. It's not a sci-fi novel, it leans more toward fantasy with elements of mystery and of the occult.

    It wasn't great. It's a quick read and fairly entertaining, but definitely not one of OSC's best.
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    The Lone Stranger

    The Lone Stranger New Member

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    I read it, and it was OK, not his best, but still a moderately entertaining read.
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    orionsixwings

    orionsixwings Demosthenes

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    I have it. It's okay. It's a love story, and I don't like love stories. But this one's readable. The only love story that I was able to read through till the end and actually enjoyed was Lisa Carey's IN THE COUNTRY OF THE YOUNG.
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    Dream Walker

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    just finished it. not a direction i would have thought OSC to go in but very entertaining with a few unexpected twists.
    leans a bit towards the horror side of things at times but i have noticed that to be a OSC tendancy.

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