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Initial post: 5 May 2009 13:54:45 BDT
James Davis says:
for sum 1 who didnt read i was suprised how much more i did after readin the tales of the otori by lian hearn but i havent found anything as gd does anyone know anythin tht could giv it a run for its money

Posted on 5 May 2009 13:58:07 BDT
I would recommend Geoff Ryman - particularly 'The Warrior Who Carried Life', 'Lust' and 'Air'.
All available on this site :)

Posted on 5 May 2009 23:55:12 BDT
Robin Oram says:
Anything by Terry Pratchett or the single greatest book ever written in the English language (or any other) Solomon's Angel, by me. I'm not biased, honestly.

Posted on 6 May 2009 11:57:45 BDT
R. Platt says:
Try "555" by William Roberts--great book--great ending!

Posted on 6 May 2009 12:36:55 BDT
I have tales of otori on my to read list, I am glad to hear its good,

couple of books i have enjoyed

Song for Arbonne - Guy Gavriel Kay (first adult fantasy I read, really enjoyable)
War of the Flowers - Tad Williams (found this to be really funny, even if predictable)
North Child - Edith Pattou (little kiddy, a lot predictable but a genuinely nice read)
The Fermata - Nicholson Baker (tbh i struggled with this, because of how it was written, but its really funny)
Liar Bird - Stephen Fry (also very funny, but predictable and over written)

theres loads of others, but im not sure what your going for, so there is a selection

Posted on 14 May 2009 16:44:20 BDT
C. Garnett says:
Theres a new book out by a new author (robin john morgan) titled the heirs to the kingdom part 1 the bowman of loxley its kind of like king arthur meets robin hood set in the future but people live of the land well except for the bad guy who wants to ruin everything in short this is a fairytale for adults it is not recommended for children under 15/16 years of age but it is most definnatly a most have read buy of the decade want more info first then visit learn more about the book autor and characters let me no how you get on if you go for it.
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Discussion in:  fantasy discussion forum
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Initial post:  5 May 2009
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