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  1. #1
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    Default A wonderful website

    ...because it's devoted to ME. (Well, not me, exactly, but to my work.) Until the Compendium comes out, if you've got a question about one of my books, go here.
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    It's really good!!! Some of the actor choices are inspired- Can definitely see Sam Worthington as Jack, and Max von Sydow as Glaeken.

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    Ah'd say gotta be the best thang since Campbells' Cream of Mushroom soup.

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    I kinda go back and forth on Devito as Abe.

    Also, for Adrian Milkin, I think Michael Clarke Duncan would be better.

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    Gotta be Jim Caviezel as Jack..he brings it!

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    I can see him on the roof fighting the Rakoshi, true talent.

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    My so called perfect cast: Jim Caviezel as Jack, Michael Constintine as Abe, Jessica Alba as Gia, and Brian Cox as the older Glaeken. Younger Glaeken restored...Dwane Johnston. Rasalom, Ralphe Fines...nuff said.

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    I think that Scott Glenn reprising his role as Glaeken would be shiny.

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    What about Dan Aykroid as Abe?

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    Thanks for this. There may well be a list of books and brief plot descriptions to help me fix in my mind what-happened-when on this site, but I've done a few short searches and found myself happily meandering off on tangents on various threads.

    I've been reading the series since '98 or so, and moves, packed boxes and the passage of time all contribute toward my huh? moments. This page is particularly helpful http://flowyn.com/Jack/Books_AdultJack.html .

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