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Nolan Fondren posts on 10/23/2011 12:53:00 AM Can anyone tell me where I can get the Warlock series on audiobooks. My eyesight is not what it used to be.
Ortho the Frank posts on 10/11/2011 6:02:04 PM Hmm... I know of a good online article, but when I tried to post it here, it failed... guess they don't like outside links. Let's see if I can find a way around it....
John K posts on 10/11/2011 5:30:58 PM Looking at wikipedia, there is a demand for 3rd party references and authorisation - for example one editor tried to state that 'in almost every volume of the DDT series, the lead character engineers a social change such that a non-democratic society begins to move towards a more deomcratic model.' Apart from direct references to each book, has anyone actually done an analysis or summary to confirm this????? Please help JK

John Young posts on 4/16/2011 8:47:33 PM Awesome, I will be waiting for it's release. I am looking forward to the final confrontation with Rudders, as I suspect that is where the series is leading.
cstasheff posts on 4/4/2011 2:05:51 PM Thanks for letting me know, Jo Buddris. I did delete the scene in which Tuan gives Catharine a spanking, becauswe some readers had pointed out that it was offensive, especially the idea of such disrespect to a royal body. Anything else, though, I didn't know about. Please let me know if anything else was deleted. Thanks, CS
Edward Stasheff posts on 4/4/2011 10:12:50 AM You're in luck! Chris is working on Book 4 of Starship Troupers again, although in may take quite a while to complete. He will, however, be adding the first few chapters to his website in the near future (don't have an exact date yet). Just keep an eye on the website - it'll show up eventually, probably by the summer.
John Young posts on 4/3/2011 8:36:43 PM After reading most books by Dr Stasheff, the series that has most appealed is Starship Troupers. The different 1st person narratives are awesome. Any chance of any more? I have really enjoyed most of the others, especially all the bad puns, but Troupers is third on my most favorite of all time list.
Bryan posts on 1/17/2011 9:30:54 PM Chris, thank you for a true masterpiece. Warlock in spite of himself was written the year I was born and was THE BOOK that re-kindled my love of reading. I have read all of the warlock series as well as the rogue wizard and Wizard in rhyme. I have wondered why I can't find any of your books lately and after reading the posts I see why. It is a shame that the books aren't selling well enough because I consider your series to be truly magnificent. I only read three science fiction/fantasy authors and have missed seeing new things from you especially on the wizard in rhyme series. I just wish I could get your books in hardback as that is my favorite way to read. Again, thank you for your amazing imagination, and helping me rediscover the joy of reading.
leftend86 posts on 1/6/2011 1:38:00 PM Ask at Christopher 'dot' Stasheff'dot' com. New site for Chris' fans. New stuff!
JO BUDDRIUS posts on 1/6/2011 5:58:13 AM I put Warlock In Spite of Himself onto my Kindle, and found it had been abridged. Did you know they were putting out an edited edition?
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