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A big thank you to Michael Moorcock

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  • Corum
    That kinda sums up my story also!

    Having ones eyes opened like us reminds me a little of the parable of the Garden of Eden. I lost my religon by the time I went to college but instead I believe I have been grown spritually during the search for truth.


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  • Michael Moorcock
    Thanks, pard. Much appreciated.

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    A big thank you to Michael Moorcock

    This may sound like pure tosh (rubbish) but it is true non- the-less.

    I was fourteen and was not doing well at school and I found a book, The Knight of Swords. It wasn't thick, so I wasn't troubled. I hadn't ever read a book, only bits and pieces. I completed it that Sunday morning. I was hooked I had to get the others; and I read the series. I then moved on to Hawkmoon and Co. Elric came next, all that summer I read Michael's books and have never looked back.

    They opened my eyes to a new world. I came back from that summer holiday to a new year at school a different person. I got into D&D and began reading heavily any fantasy I could get.

    Today I still love the books and still play D&D, even though I am now 36.

    I am not exagerating when I say that it was reading Michaels books that forced my mind to develop and grow intellectually. I passed my exams and went on to be a proffessional in my chosen field.

    I look back to that summer with great fondness and Corum has a special place in my heart.

    Thanks agin.