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Definite upswing

I handed in the final drafts of There's Only Music So That There's New Ringtones (and boy, anyone who works out what that is and why gets a prize... when the project's all official, of course) on Wednesday. Near the end there, I wasn't exactly feeling at my best.

I read this from Ethan at the time, and was heartened. I'm reposting it here because it still heartens me, and I don't want to lose it to the churn of the forums (and because others named might not have seen it).

Just finished up reading Tribes of the Moon.

It's good. Seriously. It's a passionate, clever book that is brimming with love of the tribes, and love of the glory and tragedy that comes with being Uratha. The guys who worked on this get Werewolf, they really do — and more than that, they love it and they write about it well. It opens with the fury of the Blood Talons and closes with the unrelenting badassedness of the Storm Lords, and all points between are passionate, brutal and smart.

Chuck, Matt, Travis, Stew and Aaron did great on this one. And there's more yet to come.


Just occasionally, I need to read something like that.

EDIT: original post, via gigglecash

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innocent_man
Nov. 3rd, 2007 02:29 am (UTC)
Let me feed the fire by saying: If it's the last book for WtF, I'd be perfectly OK with that. I can't think of what else the line needs.
mythicfox
Nov. 4th, 2007 10:18 pm (UTC)
I can't think of what else the line needs.

However, that pretty much confirms the continuation of the line. In my experiences, game lines usually end one book too short (Trinity and Changeling both being short a splat book as of their ending) or two books too long (too many to count).

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