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David Gemmell - 30/9/2005 5:31:37 PM   

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I have just read Troy: Lord of the Silver Bow and like most of Gemmell's novells concentrates on percieved good and evil and the motivations behind such acts.
This is the first in a trilogy and is in the style of Lion of Macedon and Dark Prince. It is set just prior to the Trojan War and the next two books should be gripping. As usual don't get too attached to characters as they may not make it to the next page. 

Well no further on this as I don't want to post any spoilers.

I have just called this thread David Gemmell as I think here is an author sadly overlooked by film makers. A wealth of character's and excellent if bloody action and even some decent work for the SFX crew await a competant director.
So post away on which of his books would best serve the big screen or just your opinion/reviews of his works.

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