Favorite fantasy book? (Page 3)
AIiisza: if you liked the legend of drizzt you might want to try the war of the spider queen series. It's from the forgotten realms too and it's Dark elf stories.
allie_kat: Any of the chronicals of narnia! All of them as a whole actually since really its all one big story
JustCallmeShe: Yea! I have them all in one big book. They are awesome. The great Divorce by CS Lewis is really good too. He also has a Sci-fi trilogy but I didnt like it as much
allie_kat: I've got a book with them all too... and instead of being in the order he wrote them, its the order he felt was best
applecity: harry potter and the lord of the rings are two my favorites. i m not sure if something that would overmaster this two fantasy books exist.
allie_kat: Oh oh and I can't remember what its called but the one where the police officer goes back in time and becomes who he thought as a kid was someone else but was really just himm.... lol
JustCallmeShe: I think the Wee Free Men was my very favorite. I just started reading Pratchett tho so I may find a better one. Nation was pretty good too
allie_kat: My ex had a bunch so read some , sad now I have no pratcher for free lol but he's a great author
Cplusplus aka Python: I read the Axis Trilogy by Sara Douglass and liked it, Dark Tower Series by King and enjoyed it, Lord of the Rings Trilogy by Tolkien and loved it, the first book of Dune, Dracula, and a couple others that were not part of a series. By far the most memorable books I read were by Tolkien. Dark Tower comes in as a second, but I thought it simply wasn't as gripping, entertaining, or creative as Tolkien. In fact D.T. and its characters was wholly depressing with their string of psychological problems and drug dependencies. Tolkien, on the other hand, was much more uplifting and enjoyable.
JustCallmeShe: Try Anna Mcaffrey, she writes some good ones. But I'd suggest a pass on the Acornia series.