Please tell me your favorite Fantasy Author

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Re: Please tell me your favorite Fantasy Author

Post by thaservices1 » 29 Apr 2018, 09:01

Ojosazulesma wrote:
10 Apr 2018, 12:25
I am currently looking for my next new YA Fantasy adventure series
Check out James Patterson's Maximum Ride series.
Also the Artemis Fowl series, both are good YA fantasy I've discoved recently
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Post by Shrabastee » 02 May 2018, 07:56

JK Rowling
CS Lewis
Cornelia Funke
Ric Riordan
Stephanie Meyer
And manyyyyyy more...

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Post by Haute_Coffee » 04 May 2018, 07:56

I just read my first Holly Black novel and I loved it. I’m going to be checking out a lot more of her.

I have heard great things about Sara J Maas and I have the Court of Thorns and Roses on their way to me.

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Post by amale » 16 May 2018, 12:15

I'm horribly picky when it comes to books, even with "favorite authors" I haven't met one yet I've loved ALL of their books from, but some of my absolute favorites:

Terry Goodkind's Sword of Truth series is fantastic (at least up to book 5 in my opinion, in fact book 5 is probably one of my all time favorite books ever). However for me that series starts to drag past that point. Richard's character is a typical hero, but the philosophy and morality themes typically surrounding his (and other characters) were great reads. Kahlan and her growth as a character early on in the series was wonderfully done as well.

Mercedes Lackey's Vows and Honor series- The series started back in 1988 and at the time realistic female fantasy heroes were few and far between. I loved the dynamic between the two female lead characters (and their magical talking animal companion!) to this day I still have not found a fantasy novel quite like it. Their sisterly bond being the primary focus of the first novel in particular is wonderful and the fact that romance was a very secondary perhaps even tertiary plot point to the second novel in the series was refreshing in my opinion. I love a good romance, but it is tiring to see them as the main plot point in novels.

Tamora Pierce: Yes a children/teen author, but her novels were the first that drew me into reading as a young child and will forever hold a place in my heart for it.

JK Rowling- I feel like this is a gimme, but Harry Potter is awesome.

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Post by LESLIE AGOSTON BORAN » 30 May 2018, 10:39

George R. R. Martin is one of my favorite Authors. i read three of his books. ICE AND FIRE, DANCE WITH DRAGONS, & A FEAST OF CROWS. Then, I could watch the series and know who is who

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Post by KayMitch » 31 May 2018, 11:42

My favourite authors change constantly. Currently Rick Riordan, Cinda Williams Chima, and Christopher Paolini rank highest for me. I'll always have a special love for J.R.R. Tolkien and JK Rowling though because they were my first fantasy books I ever read.

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Post by modxsi » 03 Jun 2018, 07:23

I have yet to read the authors you've mentioned but Brandon Sanderson has to be my favourite. I wish Pat Rothfuss would have written more books to include him as a favourite but his writing is incredible too.

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Post by Halenewt » 26 Jul 2018, 20:21

I also enjoyed Wicked. My favorites have to start with R. A. Salvatore. I have loved his well written fight sequences and character arcs since I was too young to be reading them. During college I found Jim Butcher and his Codex of Alera series which has an interesting magic system and is a very quick read. The newest addition to my list is Terry Goodkind. He paces well, with some admittedly slower books, and does a great job building a complex story that ties together through all the books in the series.

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Post by Fuzaila » 01 Aug 2018, 00:09

Mine would be J.K Rowling, Victoria Schwab and possibly Leigh Bardugo. I'm not a big fan of Tolkien, or Gaiman. I've read Ocean at the End of the Lane and it was confusing and so not my type
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Post by caroline05 » 05 Aug 2018, 00:10

Robin hob is my top

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