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any good fantasy novels/series?

can any1 recommend any gud fantasy books i cud read?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    C.S. Lewis' The Chronicles of Narnia, there are seven installments, but not in order, you have to figure that out. They are very easy reading, because Lewis wrote them for his granddaughter, Lucy.

    Source(s): Read the C.O.N.
  • 1 decade ago

    The Official Godzilla Compendium: A 40 Year Retrospective

    by J.D. Lees, Marc Cerasini

  • 1 decade ago

    The Dark Elf series by R. A. Salvatore is a very good read, and there is plenty to the story to keep you going. This is the first 3 books of several.

  • 1 decade ago

    Hi there. I'm the author of a new medieval fantasy book that you might like. The title is THE BLACKGLOOM BOUNTY. It's 445 pages of action, adventure, magic, mystery and mayhem. If you like Conan, LOTR or Harry Potter type books, this may be one you'll enjoy.

    Good luck, whatever you decide to read!

    Jon F. Baxley (Author, Editor, Ghostwriter and Proofreader)

    THE SCYTHIAN STONE (eBook only)

    THE BLACKGLOOM BOUNTY (eBook and hard cover)

    THE REGENTS OF RHUM (coming fall '07)

    Major Media Reviews:

    Publishers Weekly

    STARRED Review. A fast pace, sly humor, amusing dialogue and a richly researched background lift Baxley's fantasy, the first of a new series set in medieval Britain. When Merlin's long-ago apprentice Kruzurk Makshare (aka the Boozer) receives a dreamlike visitation from the legendary mage, he learns he must destroy another former apprentice, the villainous Seed of Cerberus. To do so will require a visit to the demon-guarded Blackgloom Keep. Enter young Daynin McKinnon, who discovers a curious rune-covered headstone, which may be the fabled Blackgloom Bounty, and brings it to Kruz's attention. Kruz believes it will provide entry into the fortress, while Daynin hopes the sale of the stone will restore his family's fortunes. The colorful cast of good guys and ne'er-do-wells includes the Pictish ghost of Brude McAlpin liberated from his tomb, assorted pursuing Caledonians and a bemused Prior Bede, whose monastery serves as a hiding place for the Blackgloom Bounty. Suitable for fantasy enthusiasts of all ages.

    Library Journal

    "This series opener...is a good choice for fans of epic-style sagas and Scottish history."

    Harriet Klausner, Amazon's #1 Ranked Reviewer!

    "This terrific medieval fantasy...will elate readers for its fast-paced, action-thrilled story line starring a strong cast."

    Nancy McCulloch, PRWEB Article, March 20, 2006

    "Two thumbs up for a colorful cast of characters, nonstop, rapid-fire action and compelling storyline!"

    Fantasybookspot.com Review by Tyler, Febuary 2006

    "Taking place in Medieval Scotland, this tale of magic, adventure and love really captured my attention..."

    Source(s): My author blog: http://the-blackgloom-bounty.blogspot.com/ Blackgloom @ Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1594144516 For a FREE 4 chapter eBook demo of Blackgloom, email: FiveStarAuthor@aol.com
  • 1 decade ago

    The Chronicles of Narnia (start with The Lion The Witch & The Wardrobe)

    The Hobbit

    Lord of the Rings

    The Lightning Thief (Rick Riordan)

    The Sea of Monsters (Rick Riordan)

  • 1 decade ago

    Pendragon Adventures BY: D.J. Machale, His Dark Materials BY: Phillip Pullman, Aremis Fowl series BY: Eoin Colfer, Harry Potter BY: J.K. Rowling

  • 1 decade ago

    Check out the Shakespearean play "Julius Caesar". It indeed is worth reading. Each character relates to the kind of people we often find in our own society. If you happen to be a newcomer in the Shakespearean world then I would suggest you to look for an abridged version of the book than the original text.

  • 1 decade ago

    "Trickster's Choice" by: Tamora Pierce

    "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" by: Douglas Adams

    "Daughters of the Moon" by: Lynne Ewing

    "When Lightning Strikes" by: Jenny Carroll

    (1-800-Where-R-You Series)

    You should read all these books.

    They are all really good, trust me.

  • Alobar
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    give Piers Anthony's Incrarnations of Immortality a try. There's a little thought behind them, both philosophical and intricate plotting, and they are quite entertaining as well. The first is called On A Pale Horse.

  • 1 decade ago

    Tamora Pierce's Lioness Quartet, Protector of the Small, Circle of Magic, and The Circle Opens quartets. They are really good.

  • 1 decade ago

    Read the series by George R. R. Martin and the series by Terry Goodkind. Martin is the VERY best.

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