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Old 03-23-11, 05:18 PM   #21
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~Mists of Avalon - Marion Zimmer Bradley
~Mortal Instruments Series - Cassandra Clare
~Inheritance Series - Christopher Paolini
~The Sight, and it's sequel, Fell - David Clement-Davies
~Sword of Shadows Novels - JV Jones
~Dragon Rider - Cornelia Funke
~Elsewhere -Gabrielle Zevin
~The Chronicles of Prydain - Lloyd Alexander

There are so many more but that's all I got right now. Fantasy books are my life~


thanks for the new suggestions!

they are most welcome..
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Piers Anthony, Xanth novels...that is my fantasy STAPLE.
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For something a little different, there's the Iron Druid Chronicles by Kevin Hearne. It's set in modern times, and everywhere from Arizona to Asgard.

There's also just about everything written by Brandon Sanderson if you like your books crazy long and with complicated magic systems.
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My favorite book series happens to be the Six Of Crows duology. We are following a large cast of characters, which makes the payoff greater due to the fact of knowing a lot of different sides to the story.

The plot takes off when the reader is informed of a heist. Kaz Brekker, a street rat who has more recently been awarded the position of the head of a gang, is asked by the government to steal something from a notoriously impenetrable kingdom.

I'll stop now, but man is that book Genius.
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The film (golden compass) was crap but the books were fantasic. "The northern lights" were amazing, really worth reading. I think I may reread them


they've made this in to a tv series.. it's great.

and a second one is promised before the year's out

not much in to fantasy but this is good
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