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Old 05-12-2011, 01:15 AM   #1
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Liaden fans, help me out

OK, so I keep hearing about Liaden and how it's great and all that. Sounds like my cup of tea, but what is the preferred reading order?

Some places say start with 'Agent of Change, some say 'Local Custom' and Webscription lists 'Conflict of Honors' first in the omnibus that contains these titles. I'm a bit confused.


Also is there a reading order list somewhere that covers everything? The Webscription listings for the various collections aren't very helpful.


EDIT: A reading order flow chart from Baen (thanks to gbm for the tip)...
http://www.baen.com//images/series/liaden.png


Thanks.

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