Top Ten Reads

A Listmania! list by 2600Brian (NW UK)
 
The Ghosts (Unicorn)
1.  The Ghosts (Unicorn) by Antonia Barber
The list author says:
  "Filmed as "The Amazing Mr Blundon" wonderful book about correcting mistakes of the past. Captivated me as much as "Come Back Lucy" where a ghost child is lonely."
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A Fresh Wind in the Willows (Armada)
2.  A Fresh Wind in the Willows (Armada) by Dixon Scott
The list author says:
  "If you loved "Wind in the Willows and have read the Horwood continuations then this is a must. The river bankers are all there just like the original- not aged but just like when we first met them."
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Wine of Angels/Candlenight Duo
3.  Wine of Angels/Candlenight Duo by Phil Rickman
The list author says:
  "Read all the Phil Rickman's (Will Kingdom) set mainly in Herefordshire, Wales and  that region of "what if" that you reach over a bevy with a few friends on a soul cold night. History/lore/imagination"
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Jack the Bodiless (The Galactic Milieu Trilogy)
4.  Jack the Bodiless (The Galactic Milieu Trilogy) by Julian May
The list author says:
  "One of the Remillard tales from the "Saga of the Exiles" do read them all beginning with the Many Coloured Land. Unputdownable version of the future. One of the best sci fi writers I've read."
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Bevis: The Story of a Boy (Everyman Paperbacks)
5.  Bevis: The Story of a Boy (Everyman Paperbacks) by Richard Jefferies
The list author says:
  "A magical tale of a boy published in 1882, but still fresh today. If you loved the nature descriptions in "Wind in the Willows" then you must beg steal or borrow this book. An ignored classic!"
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Venus in Copper: A Falco Novel (Falco 3)
6.  Venus in Copper: A Falco Novel (Falco 3) by Lindsey Davis
The list author says:
  "Falco -just think toga clad working class lad trying to make good and later marrying above his station to a clever tenacous woman and solving historically accurate crimes on the way. Roman whodunnits."
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The Phoenix and the Carpet (Puffin Books)
7.  The Phoenix and the Carpet (Puffin Books) by E. Nesbit
The list author says:
  "When will the DVD be available of this book? The BBC filmed it in the 70s and switched me on to E. Nesbit everyone needs to immerse themselves in this adventure at least once in their lives."
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The Book Of The New Sun: Volume 1: Shadow and Claw (Fantasy Masterworks): Shadow and Claw Vol 1
8.  The Book Of The New Sun: Volume 1: Shadow and Claw (Fantasy Masterworks): Shadow and Claw Vol 1 by Gene Wolfe
The list author says:
  "This is the first half of the "Book of the New Sun" starts slow but draws you in to the wandering of Severian a torturer and executioner in a world not quite Mad Max nor medieval."
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A Spell for Chameleon
9.  A Spell for Chameleon by Piers Anthony
The list author says:
  "First book about Zanth a fantasy world shaped a bit like a Florida peninsula but not actually in Mundania. Puns galore and a fantastic flora- magicians, castles, dragons but it might just exist!!"
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The Onion Girl (GOLLANCZ S.F.)
10.  The Onion Girl (GOLLANCZ S.F.) by Charles de Lint
The list author says:
  "Newford a wondeful place filled with eccentics so believable and if not always lovable, at least understandable. Captivating place full of old friends Wish there was a list showing the order of books."
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