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10-08-2011 @ 1:03PM
Pretty much what everyone else is saying, but:WarCraft novels are great for lore, but can't really hold up to most other fantasy novels.Patricia McKillip and Tanith Lee are at the top of my modern fantasy reading list. If you're anywhere near a library, ask if there's a reader's advisory librarian on duty ~ he or she can help find the best fiction or literature you've ever or never heard of. Some of the Warhammer novels are very good, if you're interested in fantasy action based in a game franchise. The Felix and Gotrek novels (at least the first six that I've read) are great, Skavenslayer and Vampireslayer being my favorites. The Eisenhorn trilogy is great sci-fantasy, also. Just keep on reading would be my advice :)
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