Anne Bishop Message Board

Maria posts on 6/15/2005 2:14:22 PM does any one know where this jewel test is by the way? thanks
Arianna posts on 6/14/2005 5:18:40 PM I do not really think Anne Bishop should write another book. As an aspiring writer, I think that the series is finished and to add to it would only take away from the well-plotted original story. I know lots of people disagree with me, but that is what I think. It is time to discover new and almost equally adored series.
Phedre posts on 6/10/2005 1:17:37 AM hey!i read you on the IC board!! when i read the 'Kiss Kiss' i thought, this person has read AB!!! you can email me if you's like!! that would be great!! i'v got to wait until DMF has come out in paper back before i can read it *really angry* coz i can't afford it at $31.95!! ohhh yeah Daemon and Lucivar are so yummy!!! *sigh* Vanda De'lore you need to read IC, she fab!!

Vanda De'lore posts on 6/9/2005 6:05:32 PM Was that a hint that we need to email you, dahling (winks). Not that I will unless asked, you understand. I have yet to find a copy of DMF, but The Invisible Ring is my favorite so far, closely followed by the BJT. Daemon and Lucivar sound so yummy (grins). I think I've said that before. Kiss kiss! Oh, wait! I just realized that someone on here might finally realize where "Kiss Kiss" comes from! The other boards all just think it's something I made up. Nope! Directly from AB! Kiss Kiss!
Phedre posts on 6/6/2005 3:34:59 AM woops! that last post was from me -Phedre!! i put my email address in the name line by mistake!! hehe posts on 6/5/2005 12:06:28 AM thanks a heaps Arianna!!! i think that i'll read DMF first, coz i can't wait to see how it all finishes up!!! do you think that it posible for AB to write another book after DMF?? i hope she does!! i love the whole world, and all the people *well almost all of them. i hate some of the badyies* but i have to wait until it comes out in soft back first, coz it cost WAY to much to buy and my library doesn't have it. *damm them* lol
Arianna posts on 6/4/2005 4:56:56 PM The Invisible Ring is a single book taking place, I believe, before even the Black Jewels Trilogy. Daemon is mentioned in the book and has a profound effect, but he is a peripheral character. The main characters are new and found mostly in Terrielle. I reccomend it, the plot line was good and it gives you a taste of life outside the high courts. It does not matter if you read The Invisible Ring before or after Dreams Made Flesh, because DMF ties the loose ends after the trilogy after those events took place.
Phedre posts on 5/27/2005 11:31:28 PM hey guys, is the Invisible Ring the 4th books in the BK series?? or is it the frist in the knew series of books?? i'm confused!?!? do i have to read the invisible ring before i read Dreams made flesh?? or can i read DMF first??? PLEASE HELP ME!!!
Mo City Girl posts on 5/25/2005 11:48:15 AM I found this book at Waldens/Borders Books. I've just started it but it has that same feel. It must just be the way Bishop writes. By the way, The Jewels Trilogy isn't just "chick books". My husband is hooked. He reads hard-core science fiction but tends to stay with male authors. He likes the 'spice' added from a woman's prosective.
Vanda De'lore posts on 5/25/2005 2:21:08 AM FINALLY!!! I was beginning to think I was the only one who knew about her! I'd ask for her books at the library or bookstore, and would recieve very strange looks. Almost like the other person had been constipated for three days. Did you know that there's a Jewel Test you can take online? I took it and was a black! Yay me...and the hunk Daemon Sadi. And what about Lucivar? Mmm...even with wings, he still sounds so hot. What's the title of her new book? I'm still looking for The House of Gainn in stores, but I didn't know there was one finishing Daemon and Jaenelle's story. I need this one to live!
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