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Saturday, May 14th 2005, 4:04am

What did you think of The Man of Bronze

I started reading Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Man of Bronze and I have not gotten very far. And I was wondering if you read it what did you think of the book what parts was your favorite and what parts did you dislike?? Do not tell me anything that goes on in the book no examples taht gives away the plot or anything.
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Saturday, May 14th 2005, 12:26pm

then i had better not say anything as i have a habit of giving away the ending, but ull enjoy it its a good read

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Saturday, May 14th 2005, 2:30pm

I have read it. I didn't like the stuff with the silver shields.

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Thursday, February 14th 2008, 4:33pm

Started reading

I started reading "The Man of Bronze." I like the part of the fight at the beginning.
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Monday, February 18th 2008, 11:46pm

Haven't read it yet, or any of the Tomb Raider novels. I should purchase a few.
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Wednesday, February 20th 2008, 6:33pm

I have read it. I didn't like the stuff with the silver shields.
When I was playing Anniversary, I made Lara turn to gold, it reminded me of the silver shields.

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Friday, February 22nd 2008, 11:30am

That's funny, I would never have made that connection, as I consider it something completely different. The thing with midas is a famous legend. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/King_Midas#Myth While this in the book is just some cheap sci-fi crap.

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Friday, February 22nd 2008, 2:05pm


I have read it. I didn't like the stuff with the silver shields.
When I was playing Anniversary, I made Lara turn to gold, it reminded me of the silver shields.
What does turning Lara to gold have to do with silver shields?
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Friday, February 22nd 2008, 2:49pm

The silver shield is a way of defence again weapons, it was made up in the book. Its where the person who activates it is surounded in a silver metal. It is described early in the book.
When I turned Lara into gold, it surounded her in gold, but it still showed features, like arms and legs and the nose etc.

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Friday, February 22nd 2008, 2:51pm

When I turned Lara into gold, it surounded her in gold, but it still showed features, like arms and legs and the nose etc.


It turned her into gold, not surrounded her. Solid gold, not like in the Bond movie Goldfinger. ;-)

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Friday, February 22nd 2008, 2:59pm

Oh yeah :D Whoops

Correction:
When I turned Lara into gold, it still showed features, like arms and legs and the nose etc.

But in the silver shield, she could move.

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But I have been watching a lot of Bond films recently.

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Friday, February 22nd 2008, 3:01pm


When I turned Lara into gold, it surounded her in gold, but it still showed features, like arms and legs and the nose etc.


It turned her into gold, not surrounded her. Solid gold, not like in the Bond movie Goldfinger. ;-)
Although I did love that movie, it was just paint. Gold paint, but not even made of gold, just he colour, [hehe] .
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