Favorite fantasy book? (Page 12)

Metaphorguy
Metaphorguy: I remember seeing the Eragon series on the best-sellers list for a long time several years ago. Decent movies.
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mishamigo
mishamigo: the movie was TERRIBLE! Nothing like the books! they ruined eragon, believe me!
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Tracyri
Tracyri: The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis is my favorite.
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Chicken_Supper
Chicken_Supper: All Raymond E Feists books starting with the magician amazing what a journey you will go on falling in love with new friends/characters then crying when some die..
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shortallman
shortallman: Great author. Magician is my favorite book.
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Chicken_Supper
Chicken_Supper: Aye Magician is my single favourite book as well.
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Angus Mac Oc
Angus Mac Oc: My favorite book of any type is an old Chinese novel titled "The Story of the Stone" aka "Dream of the Red Chamber" written in the 1400's by Cao Xue Qin
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faerieblood6
faerieblood6: The Light of Cin
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beaudiful
beaudiful: hey
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Thezephascrashed
Thezephascrashed: Villains by Necessity. by Eve Forward. It's a different setting for a fantasy novel. You read from the perspective of the evil side, which in this setting actually amounts to the heroes.

In a land where "evil" and "darkness" have been abolished, this imbalance actually takes effect on the world as a whole. To think the world survives on a balance of good and evil, but if either are no more, the world can not exist for long.

So you follow the stories of individuals who come together to form a group which sets out on a mission to restore balance. And the balance which needs restoring is the evil side of the balance.

I recommend the book to anyone who loves, magic, swords, shields, arrows, dragons, and everything a fantasy novel should be.
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shortallman
shortallman: Sounds good
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LaMuZe1916
LaMuZe1916: My favorite Dark Fantasy genre book would have to be The Talisman by Stephen King & Peter Straub.
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Metaphorguy
Metaphorguy: I prefer wide novels, books, collections, manuals in specific fields (which I shall not mention).
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cm13skater
cm13skater: Titan by John Varley, really gets your imagination going. It’s the first in a trilogy. Never read the others but I’m sure they are also good.
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carrie5574
carrie5574: Not without laughter ..... reading now by l. Hughes
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Kayoli
Kayoli: Am reading the wheel of time, lots of books in series, on to book seven, like it so far
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shortallman
shortallman: liked wheel of time great books
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Metaphorguy
Metaphorguy: Problem with Wheel of Time is that it was one gigantic series, written by one author. You want to reduce the amount of work get a publishing company and several people helping out on the story. By the time it's finished everyone will probably agree they shouldn't be focusing on writing fiction.
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