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from Itko Kan

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Bakker and Abercrombie surely belong in the top twenty... but massive kudos for having Malazan so far up!

from Australia

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Why is the Wings of Fire by Tuit T. Sutherland not up there? It is a really good fantasy book.

from Australia

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I love Galaxy Trotters keep an eye out for it and the Drudges.

from Australia

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Hi, great list. I thought the Axis Trilogy by Sara Douglas was pretty damn good.

from Switzerland

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Agree with you but I must say that its pretty strange not to have at least a David Gemmell book in the top 10 (I would suggets The Lion of Macedon or Troy)

from USA

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Ummm, did I miss Terry Brooks on this list?

from Philippines

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Where is Prince Nothing??? This is one of my favorite series. Grrr.

from Australia

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The Farseer trilogy deserves to be above the Liveship Traders trilogy on this list and where is Raymond Feist?

from Canada

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Harry Potter at #26? Seriously?

from India

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@Trent, Broken Empire is on number 20. The list is great I discoverd many new titles to read. My favorite are the Broken Empire series and the Kingkiller series.(Thanks Zeeshan. Trent was correct at the time of comment, there was a bug in the system and Broken Empire wasn't showing. I fixed it and all is now fine. I'm currently reading Wise Man's Fear and agree with your recommendation - Kingkiller series is excellent).

from Canada

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This list is flawed. It has some, in my opinion, very questionable choices but I was pleased to see you have Raymond E Feist and David Eddings works listed. You left out The Sword of Shannara or any of the Shannara books by Terry Brooks. I can not condone this.

from England

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I am astonished that the Empire series (Daughter of the Empire, Mistress of the Empire etc) by Raymond Feist and Janny Wurts is not featured. In my opinion, it is better than the Magician Series, even though it was effectively a spin-off.

from UK

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Where is Tad Williams epic masterpiece Memory, Sorrow and Thorn? Some strong titles here, but MMT is a stronger and more poetic work than A Song Of Ice And Fire, and a major rival to The Lord Of The Rings. I actually prefer it to anything written by Tolkien. There. I said it!

from Nigeria

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I think the Discworld, Rigante, and Drenai series should definitely be moved up in the list.

from Nigeria

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Brandon Sanderson is my favorite author. The Stormlight Archives and Mistborn series are amazing!

from UK

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Nothing by Alasdair Gray, eg Lanark, Poor Things, or A History Maker.

from USA

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Maybe I missed it but the Jeruselam Man should definitely be in the top 40; at least in my opinion. Also, in my bias view all Robin Hobb series should be in the top 25 and Wheel of Time should be top 15. Thank you for not being cliche and drop ASoIaF as #1. Also, thank you for appreciating the awesomeness of Malazan.

from USA

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I'm surprised that with the incredibly high ratings this site gave Pierce Brown's Red Rising and Golden Son neither one is on this list. Red Rising got a 9.7 and Golden Son a 9.9! That's a better grade than almost every other book on this list. Maybe because they're too new. Also, no Ender's Game for God's sake?!(Hi David. We've not reviewed the entire Pierce Brown series yet - when that has been done it looks a dead cert to be included. I think we have Ender's Game classed as purely science fiction at the moment - so that's why it doesn't appear on this list at the moment. Will look into this further. Thanks for your comment - Lee @ Fantasy Book Review)

from Kenya

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I am surprised that no mention was made of tge Deverry Cycle series by Katharine Kerr, or any of the books by Elizabeth Moon or Bujold. All well thought out fantasy settings and good story telling!

from USA

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Love this list! One question - I notice that while your individual reviews for Mark Lawrence's 'Broken Empire' series are VERY high, the series itself is not listed in the Top 100. Was that intentional or just an oversight? I think it's one of the best modern fantasy series of the last 20 years...(Great spot Trent, it was a data issue that has now been fixed and Broken Empire is - at this moment in time - appearing at #20. Thank you so much - Lee @ Fantasy Book Review)

from Uganda

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Just impressed by the works of J. K. Rowling And C. S. Lewis.

from England

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I like The Hobbit. I've nearly finished. Try it. It's good :)

from United Kingdom

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I like the Harry Potter books. I am at chapter 5 on Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone!

from UK

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I agree with most of the titles on here. If I could make a suggestion it would be to add The Lies of Locke Lamora by Scott Lynch and to move some of the very best David Gemmell up into the top 10.

from Australia

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Charlie and The Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl is by far my favorite book on Earth, Matilda - Roald Dah, Wizard of Oz - L.Frank Baum and Alice in Wonderland - Lewis Carrol are also excellent books I must say!!!

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