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Comments for Roadmarks
Combine the walking through shadows of the Amber series with the history of the world stretching into infinity like Farmer's River World series and throw in some dragons (just 'cause) and you get Roadmarks.
There are parallel stories each playing out one chapter at a time. They are labeled: Two and One. Chapters Two follow Red and Chapters One follow Randy and how these two stories relate to each other is the main crux of the book.
The book is only 187 pages, so a quick read, though one might need time to mull the chapters early on. I have to admit that I cheated and read all the Chapters Two first and then went back and read all of the Chapters One. I'm finding that I don't always like reading a book linearly and that it's not always important to read from page one all the way through to the end. Sometimes it works to skip around.
I've heard of this and thought of reading it. It sounds very funny."