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Redwall...I'm not sure. I read the first book [Redwall] and it was really good, but then I read another and stopped halfway because it bored me out. Forgot which on it was. dry.gif

 

But Redwall was really good. The book, I mean.

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Well, if I have to choose I suppose it has to be The Amber Spyglass by Phillip Pullman, though I like the Eragon series too. Aside from these there are too many to list...

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Tailchaser's Song, by Tad Williams

I've heard the title Tailchaser's Song.

I think it was mentioned in The Wild Road by Gabriel King (great book, by the way.)

But I haven't read it. It's good, yeah? (:

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I don't really have a favorite book. I have more like favorite authors since I like all the books written by them. Piers Anthony and his Xanth series and the Incarnations of Immortality series are two of my favorites. I also like Terry Brooks Shannara (spelled wrong I'm sure) series.

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The books that I would surely read again are the following,

 

Watership Down

The Hobbit

The Island of Blue Dolphins

Lord of The Rings

Warriors (not finished yet)

 

SF, Wasn't it mentioned in the Golden Compass movie, otherwise I can't remeber the exact name. dry.gif

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I don't know, I never watched the movie.

 

Wasn't it His Dark Materials or something? unsure.gif

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I read a lot, but a few faves:

 

Inheritance Series (Eragon)

LotR

Dragon Riders of Pern

Fablehaven

Harry Potter

Star Wars: Republic Commando series

Ranger's Apprentice

The God Eaters (inappropriate for young readers)

The Ordinary Us (same as TGE)

and a bunch of others that I won't mention simply because I just woke up and can't remember the titles

 

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I don't know, I never watched the movie.

 

Wasn't it His Dark Materials or something? unsure.gif

Your right. It was The Dark Materials. I've read and enjoyed all the books in that series.

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Right. I loved the Golden Compass, and I wanted to read the others, but I never got around to it sad.gif

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Never ask about my favorite books. I could go on for hours. xd.png

 

The Sight by David Clement-Davies

Tailchaser's Song

The Dragonriders of Pern series by Anne McCaffrey

The Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan

Lord of the Rings

Watership Down by Richard Adams

..and many, many more. biggrin.gif

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I forgot to mention this series - The Dragonriders of Pern series by Anne McCaffrey - I love those books.

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@lizardtail: I used to read Animorphs. It was okay...interesting, but not as good as others.

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Never ask about my favorite books. I could go on for hours. xd.png

 

The Sight by David Clement-Davies

Tailchaser's Song

The Dragonriders of Pern series by Anne McCaffrey

The Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan

Lord of the Rings

Watership Down by Richard Adams

..and many, many more. biggrin.gif

Another fan of Watership Down. 'Ello. 8D

And you like Tailchaser's Song, too? Do you mind explaining what it's about? It was mentioned in The Wild Road by Gabriel King (very good book, but NOT for young readers).

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Robin Hobb's The Farseer Trilogy and The Tawny Man Trilogy. The Liveship Traders books are also close runner-ups. I was utterly astonished how fantasy can be made so believable, and the sadness factor of the Fitz books was another thing that appealed to me.

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And I absolutely LOVE the Howl's Moving Castle trilogy! =3

I have read Howls Moving Castle and House of Many Ways, and am working on Castle in The Air.

 

I enjoyed Howls Moving Castle very much, though some of it confused me.

The movie wasn't bad, either. :3

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Of course. I think it was meant to be confusing xd.png

 

I haven't got to Castle in the Air yet, though I've read the others. /needs to read House of Many Ways again

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Of course. I think it was meant to be confusing xd.png

 

I haven't got to Castle in the Air yet, though I've read the others. /needs to read House of Many Ways again

Yeah. The whole bit where Howl goes through the door and visits Wales. It confuses me. X3

 

I probably need to re-read House of Many Ways, too. Haven't read it in a good year or more.

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/nod nod

 

The whole house thing confuses me tongue.gif

 

My friend is like, "Well, just think of it as all magic" xd.png Magic explains everything~

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/nod nod

 

The whole house thing confuses me tongue.gif

 

My friend is like, "Well, just think of it as all magic" xd.png Magic explains everything~

Wise friend you have there. X3

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