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Way Of Kings

by Brandon Sanderson

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I loved this book and can't wait for the others. Just read it, it is VERY good.
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Kingkiller Chronicles

by Patrick Rothfuss

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This is a great series so far. I do have some problems with a few of the characters but that I think can be overlooked as he is new to writing and my state of mind at the time i think. Its a great first person PoV narrative with a great deal of magic and a very, very interesting main character.

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Tigana

by Guy Gavriel Kay

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L3gacy hates this book because there is no action. But I don't care. It has been written with vivid and poetic imagery. Characters you care about. An ending that had my sobbing for hours. It is a book that has stayed with me, I suspect it always will.
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Game Of Thrones

by George R.R. Martin

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Jon Snow thinks people hate on books 4 and 5. They do, they are slower action wise but no less packed with information, intrigue and dark plot threads. If you don't know what we are talking about, my gosh do you need this site. If you do, and haven't read it, it should be on your to read list. If it isn't PUT IT ON THERE NOW!
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Black Company

by Glen Cook

Only the first 3 books in the series. I was hooked. It's well written, it's quite militant, being about a mercenary and all. It's fast paced and with a main character I really enjoyed reading from.

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First Law Trilogy

by Joe Abercrombie

This is awesome. Dark, gritty, funny. Ask afa from the forums, he is the #1 Abercrombie fan.
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Legend

by David Gemmell

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Gemmell is a boss! he writes the same kind of thing but man does he write is well. Do your self a favour and read this book. It's tiny but jam packed full of awesome fantasy!

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Mistborn Trilogy

by Brandon Sanderson

Man this guy can write! Great magic system. Intriguing plot. Interesting characters. Great ending. A Fantastic book and the best debut fantasy series form an outstanding author. P.S. I'm a massive fan!
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Dresden Files

by Jim Butcher

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People think Hobb when asked for books with description. Butcher is better! IT is action packed, it's funny as hell and I LOVE it!
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Mistborn: The Final Empire

by Brandon Sanderson

Title: Mistborn( The Final Empire) <>Binding: Paperback <>Author: BrandonSanderson <>Publisher: TorBooks
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Wings of Wrath: Book Two of the Magister Trilogy

by C.S. Friedman

A masterwork of fantasy from the author of Feast of Souls...

Kamala, a peasant woman, has claimed the powerful sorcery of the Magisters as her own-the ability to draw on the power of the human soul without dying for it. But in her rise to power she finds herself hunted by the brotherhood, and flees to a land where spells are warped by a fatal curse. A land that even Magisters fear...
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The Horns of Ruin

by Tim Akers

Eva Forge is the last paladin of a dead god. Morgan, god of battle and champion of the Fraterdom, was assassinated by his jealous brother, Amon. Over time, the Cult of Morgan has been surpassed by other gods, his blessings ignored in favor of brighter technologies and more mechanical miracles. Eva was the last child dedicated to the Cult of Morgan, forsaken by her parents and forgotten by her family. Now she watches as her new family, her Cult, crumbles all around her.

When a series of kidnappings and murders makes it clear that someone is trying to hasten the death of the Cult of Morgan, Eva must seek out unexpected allies and unwelcome answers in the city of Ash. But will she be able to save the city from a growing conspiracy, one that reaches back to her childhood, even back to the murder of her god?
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Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter

by Tom Franklin

In the 1970s, Larry Ott and Silas "32" Jones were boyhood pals in a small town in rural Mississippi. Their worlds were as different as night and day: Larry was the child of lower-middle-class white parents, and Silas, the son of a poor, black single mother. But then Larry took a girl to a drive-in movie and she was never seen or heard from again. He never confessed... and was never charged. More than twenty years have passed. Larry lives a solitary, shunned existence, never able to rise above the whispers of suspicion. Silas has become the town constable. And now another girl has disappeared, forcing two men who once called each other "friend" to confront a past they've buried for decades. Boston Globe: "[A] powerful story of redemption... Satisfying in a way that few crime novels are." Washington Post: "A smart, thoughtful novel that sinks deep into a Southern hamlet of the American psyche."
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The Runelords: The Sum Of All Men

by David Farland

A young prince-wizard embarks on a journey to a far-flung fiefdom to marry a princess, a journey that soon becomes a matter of life and death
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Ring of Lightning

by Jane S. Fancher

Three brothers, caught in a web of lies and corruption, must overcome a lifetime of misconceptions and distrust to find the united strength needed to save their City.
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Libriomancer

by Jim C. Hines

First book in genre-bending urban fantasy series by Hugo Award-winning author Jim C. Hines
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