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Old 10-24-2012, 10:39 AM   #1
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Last Indy book you read

I'm currently reading The Seven Veils, after having read some months ago (took a little Indy break tbh) The Dance of Giants.
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Old 10-24-2012, 12:07 PM   #2
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I enjoyed Dance of the Giants much more than The Seven Veils. Last Indy book that I read was Unicorn's Legacy. I have all of the Indy Bantam books, but haven't read any more past that. I really need to mend that issue.
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Old 10-25-2012, 08:53 AM   #3
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I enjoyed Dance of the Giants much more than The Seven Veils. Last Indy book that I read was Unicorn's Legacy. I have all of the Indy Bantam books, but haven't read any more past that. I really need to mend that issue.

You really should, the problem is that your next book is Sky Pirates, but once you got past that...
The Bantam novels remains as my favorite Indy adventures beyond the movies

Last Indy book I've read was "Young Indiana Jones and the Titanic Adventure".
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Old 10-25-2012, 08:57 AM   #4
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I enjoyed Dance of the Giants much more than The Seven Veils. Last Indy book that I read was Unicorn's Legacy. I have all of the Indy Bantam books, but haven't read any more past that. I really need to mend that issue.

So am I. I have read, beside the original three novelizations, only Peril at Delphi, Dance of the Giants and The Seven Veils, in that order. I have them for so many years but I never found the time. The last Indy related book I read though was the Complete Making of back in 2008.
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Old 10-25-2012, 10:50 AM   #5
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You really should, the problem is that your next book is Sky Pirates, but once you got past that...
The Bantam novels remains as my favorite Indy adventures beyond the movies

Last Indy book I've read was "Young Indiana Jones and the Titanic Adventure".

Yeah, I sorta dread when I finally sit down to read Sky Pirates and his other Indy book (I think it's called White Witch), a part of me in tempted to just skip those all together.


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So am I. I have read, beside the original three novelizations, only Peril at Delphi, Dance of the Giants and The Seven Veils, in that order. I have them for so many years but I never found the time.

I haven't really found the time either. I also have a habit of only reading in spurts. I'll read like a fanatic for a week straight and then sometimes go months without reading another book, and when I do;; I mostly read something other than the Indy novels. Like I said earlier, I really need to remedy that lol.
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Old 03-11-2013, 01:16 PM   #6
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"Indiana Jones and the Army of the Dead" by Steve Perry - I finally got through reading this earlier this year.

And I've read all the American-released original Indiana Jones novels (the ones by Rob MacGregor, Martin Caidin and Max McCoy) - I've also read all of the original "Young Indiana Jones" books. Oh- and the two young adult original Indiana Jones novels that were released shortly after KOTC released- "Indiana Jones and the Pyramid of the Sorcerer" and "Indiana Jones and the Mystery of Mount Sinai".
It might be fun to go back and reread these at some point- particularly with the "Young Indy" books- it'd be cool to read these in chronological order, as the publication order is definitely not in chronological order.

Oh yeah- and I still want to read those Wolfgang Hohlbein novels- but I don't know enough German to read them in the original language. But I am so grateful for the fans here who have offered English translations- those are very cool! I hope to delve into those when I have the chance.

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