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Reddit's Top 105 Fantasy Novels/Series of All Time

Reddit's Top 105 Fantasy Novels/Series of All Time
The 52,851 subscribers of the /r/fantasy sub-reddit were asked to list their top 5 favorite Fantasy books/series they've ever read, and the user's posted favorites were combined to make a top 105. The books are in descending order from 1 to 105, with the ones at the top of the list being voted on the most by the /r/fantasy community. 9,101 users · 185,832 views Required scores: 1, 8, 13, 19, 28 How many have you read? Click items you've completed A Song of Ice and Fire Series The Lord of the Rings The Kingkiller Chronicle The Malazan Book of the Fallen Series The Wheel of Time Series The Stormlight Archive The Gentleman Bastards Discworld The Dresden Files Harry Potter Series The First Law Trilogy Mistborn Trilogy The Dark Tower The Broken Empire Trilogy The Farseer Trilogy The Hobbit The Black Company His Dark Materials Earthsea Cycle American Gods The Chronicles of Narnia The Drenai Saga Watership Down The Riyria Revelations The Prince of Nothing The Belgariad Tigana The Book of the New Sun The Chronicles of Amber

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