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  1. 1.
    Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Book 1)
    by J.K. Rowling

  2. 2.
    The Eye of the World (The Wheel of Time, Book 1)
    by Robert Jordan

  3. 3.
    Guilty Pleasures (Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter: Book 1)
    by Laurell K. Hamilton

  4. 4.
    The Magic of Recluce (Recluce series, Book 1)
    by L. E. Modesitt Jr.

  5. 5.
    Dragons of Autumn Twilight
    by Margaret Weis

  6. 6.
    A Game of Thrones and A Clash of Kings
    by George R. R. Martin

  7. 7.
    Timeline
    by Michael Crichton

  8. 8.
    The King of Elfland's Daughter (Del Rey Impact)
    by Lord Dunsany

  9. 9.
    The Great Hunt (The Wheel of Time, Book 2)
    by Robert Jordan

  10. 10.
    The Color of Magic
    by Terry Pratchett

  11. 11.
    Redwall (Redwall, Book 1)
    by Brian Jacques

  12. 12.
    A Secret History: The Book Of Ash, #1
    by Mary Gentle

  13. 14.
    The Mists of Avalon
    by Marion Zimmer Bradley

  14. 16.
    Fahrenheit 451
    by Ray Bradbury

  15. 17.
    American Gods
    by Neil Gaiman

  16. 18.
    The Sparrow : A Novel
    by Mary Doria Russell

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  18. 20.
    A Storm of Swords (A Song of Ice and Fire, Book 3)
    by George R. R. Martin

  19. 21.
    Perdido Street Station
    by China Mieville

  20. 22.
    Beauty (Spectra special editions)
    by Sheri S. Tepper

  21. 23.
    Assassin's Apprentice (The Farseer Trilogy, Book 1)
    by Robin Hobb

  22. 24.
    In the Garden of Iden (Company)
    by Kage Baker

  23. 25.
    On a Pale Horse (Incarnations of Immortality, Bk. 1)
    by Piers Anthony

  24. 26.
    The Tooth Fairy
    by Graham Joyce

  25. 27.
    The Lions of al-Rassan
    by Guy Gavriel Kay

  26. 28.
    The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
    by Douglas Adams

  27. 29.
    Ender's Game (The Ender Quintet)
    by Orson Scott Card

  28. 30.
    Archangel (Samaria, Book 1)
    by Sharon Shinn

  29. 31.
    The Years of Rice and Salt
    by Kim Stanley Robinson

  30. 32.
    Royal Assassin (The Farseer Trilogy, Book 2)
    by Robin Hobb

  31. 33.
    The Gunslinger (The Dark Tower, Book 1)
    by Stephen King

  32. 34.
    Weaveworld
    by Clive Barker

  33. 35.
    Watership Down
    by Richard Adams

  34. 36.
    Nine Princes In Amber
    by Roger Zelazny

  35. 37.
    The Snow Queen
    by Joan D. Vinge

  36. 38.
    Tigana
    by Guy Gavriel Kay

  37. 39.
    The Golden Compass: His Dark Materials
    by Philip Pullman

  38. 40.
    The Silver Wolf (Legends of the Wolves, Book 1)
    by Alice Borchardt

  39. 41.
    The Golden Key (Daw Book Collectors)
    by Melanie Rawn

  40. 42.
    The Summer Tree, A Fantasy (The Fionavar Tapestry, One)
    by Guy Gavriel Kay

  41. 43.
    The Jackal of Nar -Book One of Tyrants and Kings
    by John Marco

  42. 44.
    Wizard's First Rule (Sword of Truth)
    by Terry Goodkind

  43. 45.
    Speed of Dark, The
    by Elizabeth Moon

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  45. 47.
    Kushiel's Dart
    by Jacqueline Carey

  46. 48.
    The Waterborn (Chosen of the Changeling, Book 1)
    by J. Gregory Keyes

  47. 49.
    Sea Dragon Heir
    by Storm Constantine

  48. 50.
    The Time Traveler's Wife
    by Audrey Niffenegger

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Comments

neat — 6 years ago

You listed a lot of books I absolutely loved. Just finished the Song of Ice and Fire books. Can’t wait for the next one to come out!

Because our tastes are so similar, I’ll need to check out the books youv’e listed that I haven’t read!


There are a lot of great books on there... — 7 years ago

but I have to say, that the Redemption of Althalus was the worst book I ever read. (It’s tied with one other, but I read the other one as a “promotional” e-book, one hopes it was never published). This is coming from someone who has read the entire Belgariad by David Eddings at least 15 times growing up.

I do think think the first three books in Jordan’s Wheel of Time ARE worth reading of themselves, but voted them “not worth consuming” as you will want to continue reading the series and will be pulling out your own hair and rending your flesh somewhere between book 5-9 …


Untitled — 7 years ago

How about the Wolf Brother series by Michelle Paver? Personally I think it’s much better than Eragon.


Untitled — 7 years ago

Ouch. You’ve got Piers Anthony represented here, but no Xanth!

Sadness!




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