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  1. 1Dune (Dune Chronicles)

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    Dune by Frank Herbert is the story of Paul Atreides who becomes Muad'Dib and embarks on a journey to avenge the traitorous plot against his noble family, thus bringing to fruition humankind's most ancient and unattainable dream.

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  1. 2The Demon Cycle

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    The Demon Cycle by Peter V Brett, tells the story of a world with demons that terrorize the night, while human numbers dwindle under their relentless assault. Three young survivors will dare the impossible in a desperate quest to regain the secrets of the past to stand against the encroaching night.
  2. 3Star Wars - Darth Plagueis

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    Darth Plagueis tells the story of one of the most powerful Sith Lords who ever lived. Darth Plagueis and Darth Sidious, Master and acolyte, target the galaxy for domination - and the Jedi Order for annihilation. Can they defy the merciless Sith tradition? Or will the desire of one to rule supreme, and the dream of another to live forever, sow the seeds of their destruction?
  1. 4Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children

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    Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs, is an unforgettable novel that mixes fiction and photography in a thrilling reading experience. A horrific family tragedy sets Jacob in a remote island where he discovers the crumbling ruins of Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. As he explores, it becomes clear that the children were more than just peculiar. They may have been dangerous, and they may still be alive.
  2. 5Shadows of the Apt

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    Shadows of the Apt by Adrian Tchaikovsky tells the story of the Lowlands, peaceful and prosperous city states threatened by the Wasp Empire, a civilization that has and insatiable hunger for conquest and war. Only the aging Stenwold can see that the long days of peace are over and he has to convince his people to fight before a black-and-gold tide sweeps down over the Lowlands.
  3. 6Star Wars - The Dark Lord Trilogy

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    The Dark Lord Trilogy chronicles an epic chain of events: the last days of the Republic, the creation of the Empire, and the ultimate transformation of Jedi Anakin Skywalker into the notorious Darth Vader.
  4. 7The Dark Glory War

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    The Dark Glory War (A Prelude to the DragonCrown War Cycle) by Michael A. Stackpole, tells the story of four young men coming-of-age. But their first test becomes a desperate struggle for survival for they will encounter the vanguard of an invasion force poised to overrun their homeland.
  5. 8Star Wars - Tarkin

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    Tarkin is a Star Wars novel by James Luceno that tells a compelling tale of mystery while revealing details about Governor Wilhuff Tarkin as he zealously pursues his destiny as the architect of absolute dominion of the Galaxy.
  6. 9Steelheart (The Reckoners)

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    Steelheart by Brandon Sanderson, tells the story of David Charleston, a man who will go to any lengths to exact revenge on Steelheart’s world. Bu to do that, he'll need the Reckoners—a shadowy group of rebels who might just need David too.
  7. 10Star Wars - A New Dawn

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    Star Wars: A New Dawn is set during the legendary Dark Times between Episodes III and IV and tells the story of how two of the lead characters from the animated series Star Wars Rebels first came to cross paths.

  8. 11The Kingkiller Chronicles

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    The Kingkiller Chronicles by Patrick Rothfuss is comprised of the books The Name of The Wind and The Wise Man's Fear. This epic fantasy saga is one of the best recent books of the genre. The story begins in the rural town of Newarre, introducing the innkeeper Kote and his assistant Bast, revealing that Kote is the renowned Kvothe: an unequaled sword fighter, magician, and musician, rumored to have killed a king and caused the present war. 
  9. 12The Malazan Book of the Fallen

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    The Malazan Book of the Fallen is a 10-book saga by Steven Erikson and is one of the best Game of Thrones-like epic and dark fantasy books from recent times. In this saga, you'll read about how the Malazan Empire simmers with discontent, bled dry by interminable warfare, bitter infighting and bloody confrontations.
  10. 13Alice's Adventures In Wonderland

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    Alice's Adventures In Wonderland by Lewis Carroll is a book where wordplay, parody, and logical and philosophical puzzles are everywhere. For all the surface playfulness, there is meaning in every page.
  11. 14Heir to the Jedi (Star Wars)

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    Heir to the Jedi by Kevin Hearne tells the story of Luke Skywalker on a mission. This high-stakes espionage operation will push his abilities as a Rebel fighter and a Jedi to the limit.

  12. 15Star Wars - The Thrawn Trilogy

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    The Thrawn Trilogy is set five years after the Rebel Alliance destroys Darth Vader and the Emperor. Leia and Han are married and expecting Jedi twins, and Luke Skywalker has become the first in a long-awaited line of Jedi Knights. But thousands of light-years away, the last of the Emperor’s warlords has taken command of the shattered Imperial fleet and pointed it at the fragile heart of the New Republic.
  13. 16Harry Potter

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    Harry Potter is J.K. Rowling's seven-book series depicting Harry and his life as a student in Hogwarts, the wizarding school. Aside from tests, Quidditch matches, and Hagrid's dangerous beasts, Harry also has to survive the wrath of the Dark Lord, Voldemort.
  14. 17The Hobbit

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    The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien is a modern classic and the prelude to The Lord of the Rings. Bilbo Baggins is a hobbit who enjoys a comfortable life, but his contentment is disturbed when Gandalf and a group of dwarves arrive on his doorstep.

  15. 18Star Wars - Revan

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    Revan tells the story of a Jedi who left Coruscant to defeat Mandalorians—and returned a disciple of the dark side. The Jedi Council brings him back, but the price of redemption is total amnesia. What happened beyond the Outer Rim? Revan can’t quite remember, yet can’t entirely forget a terrible secret that threatens the Galaxy. Revan has never faced a more powerful enemy, but only death will stop him.
  16. 19His Dark Materials

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    His Dark Materials is a trilogy by Philip Pullman comprised of the books The Golden Compass, The Subtle Knife, and The Amber Spyglass explains the story of the two children, Lyra and Will through shimmering haunted otherworlds.
  17. 20The First Law Trilogy

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    The First Law Trilogy by Joe Abercrombie is a series that took place in a fictional world that is reminiscent of medieval Europe. In this trilogy, you can see very well see his raw and adult style.

  18. 21Star Wars - Lost Tribe of the Sith: The Collected Stories

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    Lost Tribe of the Sith: The Collected Stories chronicles the struggles of the commander of a marooned Sith ship who is forced to venture into an unknown planet's desolate surroundings with his crew. As their legacy grows over thousands of years, the Sith will ultimately find themselves tested by the most dangerous threat of all: the enemy within.
  19. 22The Last Wish

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    The Last Wish: Introducing the Witcher by Andrzej Sapkowski is the beginning of one of the most famous and known sagas of the adult fantasy in the last years. The story of Geralt of Rivia a Witcher with the purpose to destroy the monsters that plague the world. The series of books is the origin for a famous videogame and sets a new standard in the world of epic and dark fantasy.
  20. 23Star Wars - Kenobi

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    Kenobi is a Star Wars novel where Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi is hiding in Tatooine, and although he tries to lay low, he finds he can't ignore evil. When blood is unjustly spilled, he has no choice but to call on the wisdom of the Jedi—and the formidable power of the Force—in his never-ending fight for justice.
  21. 24The Farseer Trilogy

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    The Farseer Trilogy by Robin Hobb follows the adventures and story of Fitz a royal bastard and trained assasin. His uncle, the Prince Verity of The Six Duchies kingdom is trying to orchestrate a wage war on the Red-Ship Raiders from the Outlands. This faction is attacking the shores of the kingdom turning people into what is known as the Forged one, a kind of spell that makes people emotionless.

  22. 25The Symphony of Ages

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    The Symphony of Ages by Elizabeth Haydon tells us the story of Rhapsody a talented singer in a world of fantasy that is abducted by a couple of shady characters that immerse her in an epic voyage into time and distance. This saga introduces to a new kind of epic fantasy perfect for all type of fans of the genre.
  23. 26The Bequeathal: Godsent

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    The Bequeathal: Godsent is a standalone science fiction novel written by Zoran Jevtić which centers on Eugene Reece living in an augmented world by the virtualized intellects of the deceased.

  24. 27Star Wars - Dawn of the Jedi: Into the Void

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    Dawn of the Jedi: Into the Void tells the story of Lanoree Brock, a powerful Je’daii disciple with a deep connection to the force. However, her brother's training in these ancient ways ends in tragedy. Years later, Lanoree is summoned from her solitary life by the Je’daii Council. The leader of a fanatical cult may generate a cataclysmic reaction that will consume the entire star system, and she must prevent it. 
  25. 28Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone

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    Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone is the first book in the Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling. It welcomed the readers to Harry's magical world and his discovery of his true self where adventure and danger await him as he entered Hogwarts. 

  26. 29The Lost Years of Merlin

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    The Lost Years of Merlin is T. A. Barron's novel about Merlin and the time the wizard lost his memories. Merlin remembers he had magical powers and tried to regain his memories by going on an adventure in Fincayra.

  27. 30The Secret Garden

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    The Secret Garden is a novel about Mary Lennox, a spoiled and alone child who is sent to his grieving uncle after her parent's death. She found out about that there is a forgotten garden there and she visited it to know its mysteries.

  28. 31City of Heavenly Fire (The Mortal Instruments)

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    City of Heavenly Fire, the last book in Cassandra Clare's Mortal Instruments series, is about Clary, Jace, and Simon coming together to stop Sebastian, who is trying to conquer Nephilim by turning Shadowhunter against Shadowhunter.
  29. 32Lord of Chaos (The Wheel of Time)

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    Lord of Chaos is the sixth book in The Wheel of Time series written by Robert Jordan. It is a science fiction and fantasy novel first published in 1994. 

  30. 33The Soft Machine (The Nova Trilogy)

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    The Soft Machine is the first book in The Nova trilogy written by William S. Burroughs. This book is about a place where taboo is nothing and has surreal space odyssey. 
  31. 34The Dragon Reborn (The Wheel of Time)

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    The Dragon Reborn is the third book in The Wheel of Time series written by Robert Jordan. It is a science fiction and fantasy novel first published in 1991. 

  32. 35Restoration (Star Trek: The New Frontier)

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    Restoration is the eleventh book in the Star Trek: New Frontier series written by Peter David. This science fiction book is a Star Trek media tie-in. With over 400 pages, this book is published in 2001 by Pocket Books.

  33. 36Blubber Island

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    Blubber Island is a science fiction fantasy book written by Ismael G. Galvan. This fiction book is first published in 2012 by Amazon Digital Services, Inc.

  34. 37The Legend of Sigurd and Gudrun

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    The Legend of Sigurd and Gudrun is a fantasy novel written by famous fantasy novelist J.R.R. Tolkien, the author of the Lord of the Rings. It was posthumously published in 2009 by his son, Christopher.

  35. 38The Amphibian

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    The Amphibian is a science fiction novel written by Alexander Belyaev which centers on Dr. Salvator living in seclusion behind a high wall but opens it to let in his Indian patients, and now he enlists the help of two Araucanian brothers to uncover some mystery. 
  36. 39Mythago Wood

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    Mythago Wood is a fantasy novel by Robert Holdstock. Originally published in 1984, Mythago Wood is set in the Ryhope Wood, a primeval forest in Britain. It is a part of the Mythago Wood series and won the World Fantasy Award in 1984.

  37. 40The Lays of Beleriand (History of Middle-earth)

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    The Lays of Beleriand is the third volume of the History of Middle-earth written by famous fantasy novelist J.R.R. Tolkien and posthumously published by his son, Christopher, in 1985. It is about the world of Elves in the Second Age of his saga.
  38. 41Spock's World (Star Trek)

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    Spock's World is a book in Star Trek series written by Diane Duane that tells a story about Spock who has to choose his responsibility between Starfleet and Vulcan.

  39. 42Into the Looking Glass

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    Into the Looking Glass is a military science fiction and the first book in Looking Glass series written by John Ringo. It is first published in 2005 by Baen. 

  40. 43A Memory of Light (The Wheel of Time)

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    A Memory of Light is the fourteenth book in The Wheel of Time series written by Robert Jordan. It is a science fiction and fantasy novel first published in 2013. 

  41. 44No Limits Anthology (Star Trek: New Frontier)

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    Star Trek: New Frontier: No Limits Anthology (Star Trek: New Frontier No. 12.5) is authored by Peter David, Keith R.A. DeCandido, Ilsa J. Bick, Kevin Dilmore, etc. With over 400 pages, this book is published in 2003 by Pocket Books.

  42. 45The Snail on the Slope

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    The Snail on the Slope is a science fiction book written by Arkady Strugatsky and Boris Strugatsky which is set in two worlds known as Pepper and Kandid. The authors have named this as "the most perfect and the most valuable of our works.”

  43. 46Vurt

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    Vurt is a Fantasy, Science Fiction written by Jeff Noon. Vurt was published January 15, 1996 by St. Martin's Griffin. It follows the story of the beautiful young Desdemona. 

  44. 47Zero Hour (Resident Evil Series)

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    Zero Hour is a book that belongs to the Resident Evil series written by S.D Perry that tells the story of a military team that will investigate the biohazard outside Racoon City. They will discover many corpses and other terrors. 

  45. 48Seed to Harvest

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    Seed to Harvest is the four-book set of Octavia E. Butler's hit science fiction series for young adults, The Patternist. The series is about the struggles of a civilization and the ebook version have rare images of Butler's estate.
  46. 49Requiem (Star Trek: New Frontier)

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    Requiem is the ninth book in the Star Trek: New Frontier series written by Peter David. This science fiction book is a Star Trek media tie-in. With over 200 pages, this book is published in 2000 by Pocket Books.
  47. 50The Land of Stories: The Wishing Spell

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    The Land of Stories is a book by Chris Colfer that tells the story of twins Alex and Conner. They will find themselves in a foreign land with all the characters in books. They will meet all kind but escape will be hard. 
  48. 51A Conjuring of Light (Shades of Magic)

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    A Conjuring of Light is the third and final book in the young adult fantasy series Shades of Magic written by V.E. Schwab which continues the story where Lila makes the decision to cross into the White London to save and rescue Kell. 

  49. 52These Broken Stars

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    These Broken Stars is the first book in the young adult science fiction trilogy Starbound written by Amie Kaufman which centers on Lilac LaRoux and Tarver Merendsen after their spaceliner Icarus crashed into the nearest planet. 
  50. 53Yesterday's Son (Star Trek)

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    Yesterday's Son is the eleventh book in Star Trek written by A. C. Crispin. It is about Spock who traveled to the past to protect the Guardian but unexpectedly meet his son.
  51. 54Coyote Blue

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    Coyote Blue by Christopher Moor is a comic fantasy novel originally published in 1994. This book was published by the Simon & Schuster. It tells the story of a salesman from California named Sam Hunter.

  52. 55Hull Zero Three

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    Hull Zero Three is a standalone science fiction novel written by Greg Bear which centers on a young man who wakes up on a new planet and with the woman he was meant to love. 

  53. 56The Fires of Heaven (The Wheel of Time)

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    The Fires of Heaven is the fifth book in The Wheel of Time series written by Robert Jordan. It is a science fiction and fantasy novel first published in 1993. 

  54. 57Glory Road

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    Glory Road is a book by Robert Heinlein that tells the story of Gordon. He saw an ad in the newspaper and it seems like it completely defines him, so he grabbed the opportunity and applied for the ad.

  55. 58Ishmael (Star Trek)

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    Ishmael is the twenty-third book in Satr Trek: The Original Series written by Barbara Hambly. It is about Spock who's about to visit the Klingon ship but it mysteriously vanished. 

  56. 59Death's Heretic (Pathfinder Tales)

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    Death's Heretic is written by James L. Sutter which is the 6th book in the litRPG Pathfinder Tales series. The Pathfinder RPG has received an ENnie Award for Best Campaign Setting. Published in 2011 by Paizo Publishing, LLC.

  57. 60Planet of the Apes (Movie Novelization)

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    Planets of the Apes (Movie Novelization) is a science fiction book written by William T. Quick. Published in 2001 by HarperEntertainment, it is the official novelization of the Tim Burton movie with the same title.

  58. 61Endure (Defy)

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    Endure is the third and final book in the young adult fantasy trilogy Defy written by Sara B. Larson which centers on Alexa and King Damian who is now engaged to be married, however, they aren't safe yet from the danger. 
  59. 62The Face In The Frost

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    Face in the Frost is a fantasy classic written by John Bellairs. Originally published in 1969, Face in the Frost follows the adventures of Prospero and Roger Bacon.
  60. 63Sarek (Star Trek)

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    Sarek is a book in Star Trek: The Original Series written by A. C. Crispin. It is about Spock's wife Sarek who should work with Starship Enterprise crew to prevent the Federation's destruction. 

  61. 64Into the Void (Star Trek: New Frontier)

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    Into the Void is the second book in the Star Trek: New Frontier series written by Peter David. This science fiction book is a Star Trek media tie-in. With over 100 pages, this book is published in 1997 by Pocket Books.
  62. 65Stalking the Beast (Pathfinder Tales)

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    Stalking the Beast is written by Howard Andew Jones which is the 17th book in the litRPG Pathfinder Tales series. The Pathfinder RPG has received an ENnie Award for Best Campaign Setting. Published in 2013 by Paizo Publishing, LLC.
  63. 66Knife of Dreams (The Wheel of Time)

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    Knife of Dreams is the eleventh book in The Wheel of Time series written by Robert Jordan. It is a science fiction and fantasy novel first published in 2005. 

  64. 67Truthwitch (The Witchlands)

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    Truthwitch is the first book in the young adult fantasy series The Witchlands written by Susan Dennard which centers on young witches Safiya and Iseult who were forced to move from their home after they got in trouble. 
  65. 68The Necromancer’s Nephew (The Songreaver's Tale)

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    The Necromancer’s Nephew is the first book in the series The Songreaver's Tale written by Andrew Hunter that tells the story of Garrett. He is already on his near-death when a mysterious sorcerer rescued him. 

  66. 69Feverborn (Fever)

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    Feverborn is the eight book in the urban fantasy series Fever written by Karen Marie Moning which follows Fae after she destroyed the ancient wall dividing the worlds of Man and Faery causing the Earth to vanish slowly. 
  67. 70The Two Front War (Star Trek: New Frontier)

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    The Two Front War is the third book in the Star Trek: New Frontier series written by Peter David. This science fiction book is a Star Trek media tie-in. With over 100 pages, this book is published in 1997 by Pocket Books.

  68. 71The Gathering Storm (The Wheel of Time)

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    The Gathering Storm is the twelfth book in The Wheel of Time series written by Robert Jordan. It is a science fiction and fantasy novel first published in 2009.

  69. 72The Eye of the World (The Wheel of Time)

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    The Eye of the World is the first book in The Wheel of Time series written by Robert Jordan. It is a science fiction and fantasy novel first published in 1990 by Tor Books.

  70. 73Time for Yesterday (Star Trek)

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    Time For Yesterday is the thirty-ninth book in Star Trek: The Original Series written by A.C. Crispin. It is about the reunion of Admiral James T. Kirk, Spock, and Dr. Leonard McCoy who go on a mission into the past.

  71. 74Nova Express

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    Nova Express is the last book in The Nova trilogy written by William S. Burroughs published by Grove Press on January 21, 1994. It is about Inspector Lee who catches Nova criminals. 
  72. 75Prince of Wolves (Pathfinder Tales)

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    Prince of Wolves is written by Dave Gross which is the 1st book in the litRPG Pathfinder Tales series. The Pathfinder RPG has received an ENnie Award for Best Campaign Setting. Published in 2010 by Paizo Publishing, LLC.

  73. 76My Enemy, My Ally (Star Trek)

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    My Enemy, My Ally is the eighteenth book in Star Trek: The Original Series written by Diane Duane. It is about Romulan commander Ael who teams up with her old enemy Vulcan to release the captive Vulcans and destroy the research laboratory.

  74. 77End Game (Star Trek: New Frontier)

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    End Game is the fourth book in the Star Trek: New Frontier series written by Peter David. This science fiction book is a Star Trek media tie-in. With over 100 pages, this book is published in 1997 by Pocket Books.

  75. 78Only Human (The Themis Files)

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    Only Human is a fantasy science fiction and the third book in The Themis Files written by Sylvain Neuvel. It will be published in May 2018 by Del Rey Books. 

  76. 79The Place of Dead Roads (The Red Night Trilogy)

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    The Place of Dead Roads is the second book of the Red Night trilogy by William S. Burroughs. It is about Kim Carson who led a group of gunslingers to fight for galactic freedom.

  77. 80Pirate's Promise (Pathfinder Tales)

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    Pirate’s Promise is written by Chris A. Jackson which is the 31st book in the litRPG Pathfinder Tales series. The Pathfinder RPG has received an ENnie Award for Best Campaign Setting. Published in 2016 by Tor Books.
  78. 81A Season in Carcosa

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    A Season in Carcosa by Laird Barron and Simon Strantzas is a fantasy fiction and horror novel originally published in 2012. This book contains all new tales to tribute Robert W. Chambers and his works.

  79. 8214

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    14 is a horror science fiction mystery written by Peter Clines. This book is chosen by Audible.com as the best sci-fi novel of 2012. With over 300 pages, this book is published in 2012 by Permuted Press.
  80. 83Martyr (Star Trek: New Frontier)

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    Martyr is the fifth book in the Star Trek: New Frontier series written by Peter David. This science fiction book is a Star Trek media tie-in. With over 200 pages, this book is published in 2003 by Pocket Books.

  81. 84Dragons of Autumn Twilight (Dragonlance Chronicles)

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    Dragons of Autumn Twilight by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman is a fantasy fiction novel originally published in 1984. This is the first book in the authors' Dragonlance Chronicles series. It is followed by Dragons of Winter Night.

  82. 85Towers of Midnight (The Wheel of Time)

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    Towers of Midnight is the thirteenth book in The Wheel of Time series written by Robert Jordan. It is a science fiction and fantasy novel first published in 2013. 

  83. 86The Shadow Rising (The Wheel of Time)

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    The Shadow Rising is the fourth book in The Wheel of Time series written by Robert Jordan. It is a science fiction and fantasy novel first published in 1992. 

  84. 87Pirate's Prophecy (Pathfinder Tales)

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    Pirate's Prophecy is written by Chris A. Jackson which is the 31st book in the litRPG Pathfinder Tales series. The Pathfinder RPG has received an ENnie Award for Best Campaign Setting. Published in 2016 by Tor Books.

  85. 88Fire on High (Star Trek: New Frontier)

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    Fire on High is the sixth book in the Star Trek: New Frontier series written by Peter David. This science fiction book is a Star Trek media tie-in. With over 200 pages, this book is published in 1998 by Pocket Books.
  86. 89Red Hood's Revenge (Princess)

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  87. 90Master of Devils (Pathfinder Tales)

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    Master of Devils is written by Dave Gross which is the 5th book in the litRPG Pathfinder Tales series. The Pathfinder RPG has received an ENnie Award for Best Campaign Setting. Published in 2011 by Paizo Publishing, LLC.

  88. 91The Great Hunt (The Wheel of Time)

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    The Great Hunt is the second book of The Wheel of Time series written by Robert Jordan. It is a science fiction and fantasy novel first published in 1990. 

  89. 92The Quiet Place (Star Trek: New Frontier)

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    The Quiet Place is the seventh book in the Star Trek: New Frontier series written by Peter David. This science fiction book is a Star Trek media tie-in. With over 200 pages, this book is published in 1999 by Pocket Books.
  90. 93Cities of the Red Night (The Red Night Trilogy)

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    Cities of the Red Night is the first book in The Red Night trilogy by William S. Burroughs. It is about a radioactive virus which becomes an epidemic and threatens human existence. 

  91. 94Lord of Runes (Pathfinder Tales)

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    Lord of Rune is written by Dave Gross which is the 27th book in the litRPG Pathfinder Tales series. The Pathfinder RPG has received an ENnie Award for Best Campaign Setting. Published in 2015 by Tor Books.

  92. 95The Vulcan Academy Murders (Star Trek)

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    The Vulcan Academy Murders is the twentieth book in Star Trek: The Original Series written by Jean Lorrah. It is about the Kirk who becomes involved in Spock's family in a hospital and a murderer is on the loose for killing Vulcans. 

  93. 96House of Cards (Star Trek: New Frontier)

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    House of Cards is the first book in the Star Trek: New Frontier series written by Peter David. This science fiction book is a Star Trek media tie-in. With over 100 pages, this book is published in 1997 by Pocket Books.

93 comments

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    April 4, 2018
    "I waffled a bit over whether to give this one 3 or 4 stars. I finally went with 4 on the strength of the Soleta plot. To start at the beginning, Peter David created a series called "New Frontier." An alien captain, three characters who were cameo's on The Next Generation, and the rest of the crew made up from his fertile imagination. They are put aboard the USS Excalibur, and sent into Thallonian space. In book eight, the last line of the story takes us, with no explanation, to "five minutes before the Excalibur blew up." Ack. The first foible of this book is the very manipulative way we are kept out of the loop as to what happened to the USS Excalibur, and further, Captain Calhoun specifically. The second foible is that the crew scatters, which is fine, but the B-story of McHenry and Kebron, despite revealing some really interesting and tantalizing tidbits about McHenry, read like a joke. A bad joke. X-Files meets a Circus Act. For all that those two are two major concerns, the plot with Soleta exploring her mixed racial history was just phenomenal. The amount of intruigue that Peter David managed to slide between only about a third of the book was just a treasure to read. If the book had focused entirely on Soleta, I would have been a happy man. Instead, the more awkward bits with Kebron and McHenry had me groaning, and I was tempted to skip passages (but didn't). Still, exploring a crew in their "downtime" is a new side to the Star Trek universe we've not really seen explored often, aside from the occasional Risa episode of DS9 and TNG. This was handled rather well. A must-read for Soleta, but otherwise, just a fair book."
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    Anonymous
    May 12, 2018
    "At first, I honestly didn’t like this novel and was tempted to put it down. Holdstock has a peculiar manner of relating himself through his words, which I often found distracting for various reasons. Often, he skips words, which are necessary in the construction of a solid sentence, and their absence made it difficult to discern his meaning and follow the book. Furthermore, early explanations of the wood and its power were often confusing. It wasn’t until 100-150 pages into the novel that I began to understand what was going on and enjoy the novel as it began to pick up the pace. With that being said, I liked the novel’s concept and was surprised by its ending. That doesn’t happen too often, so that was pretty exciting for me. However, a lot of the names found within the novel are exotic and difficult to keep straight, and although this novel is the first in a series and I enjoyed the time I spent lost within its pages, I have no desire to read more. I feel like the book ended in a good place and want to leave it at that. Despite everything, I would highly suggest that you read this book; you just have to get past the initial third and it’ll sweep you away!"
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    Mythago Wood
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    Anonymous
    March 19, 2018
    ""I read this book cover to cover when I was 17, something I felt to be an accomplishment. There's a narrative (sometimes) and striking, vivid language that you won't find anywhere else, but at times the fold-in method of writing, a technique designed to subvert the rational process of thought, yields paragraphs that are not merely irrational but garbled. They're just clumps of words pasted together at random (as far as I can tell). This is not a novel in any sense of the term, nor it is a story, but there are themes and images that perhaps could not be conveyed in a conventional framework. Nova Express was extremely influential for me and has stayed with me for the last 30 years. I don't pretend to understand everything that Burroughs was trying to accomplish with this kind of writing, but if affected me in ways that are hard to explain. If you are interested in experimental writing, surrealism, or non-linear narrative, you may want to give Burroughs a try. However if you're looking for a good, comfortable read, this isn't the place to get it." - "Kindle Customer""
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    Nova Express
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    Anonymous
    March 27, 2018
    "For Robert Jordan this was not the last book in the series but it was the last that he was able to write before his death. He elected to spend his remaining weeks or months making notes for his successor to be able to pick up the series and complete the fascinating story he had begun years before. Book 11 was, for me, a second reading in order to pick up where I had left off -- and consequently, where all the characters had left off -- now that I had books 12, 13 and 14 completed by Sanderson on Jordan's behalf. I have only just begun book 12 and I like Sanderson's writing style. Since he was a Wheel of Time fan during the years he grew up, he considered himself lucky to be able to write the end of the sequence. I consider myself lucky to be able to read such clear writing, and I'm looking forward to wrapping up this classic adventure in fantasy fiction. But it makes sense to me after such a long delay only because I reread Book 11, Knife of Dreams."
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    Knife of Dreams (The Wheel of Time)
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    Anonymous
    April 23, 2018
    "This is the most complex novel of Strugatsky brothers. They themselves said that they wanted to write a philosophical parable "in the spirit of Franz Kafka." Few people fully understand the whole symbolism of the book. I myself read the "Notes to the past" and only from there learned what the authors really wanted to say. The novel "Anxiety", included in a series of collections, is an early version of the "Snail", everything is much clearer in it (there, for example, the direct text says what "possession" is), but "Snail on the slope" is a finished thing and a beloved book of the Strugatsky brothers (on the recognition of Boris Natanovich)."
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    The Snail on the Slope
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    Anonymous
    March 19, 2018
    "Another installment in the ever expanding Wheel of Time series. At first I thought I would get tired of the series after a while and feel overstuffed with all that lush action, all those plot twists and complicated family trees. But it goes down smoothly I must say, and the third book in the series feels fresh and full of life, with new directions to take and new characters to discover. It also feels like the author is really starting to have fun with the whole thing, and is getting a little bit looser and faster, in a good way. It feels less programmatic, more spontaneous, like real life - in a totally unreal universe."
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    The Dragon Reborn (The Wheel of Time)
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    Anonymous
    April 7, 2018
    "Scifi and fantasy is my favorite genre of all time. I don't quite enjoy Star Trek, though. It has some good points to it, but if I were to read a book, I'd rather it be a bit different than part of that universe. That being said, there is a wealth of literature out there for the franchise and it's hard to bypass if that's the genre you choose. The Quiet Plate is a good example of Star Trek fiction, though with six books in the series beforehand, it's a serious time commitment to get to."
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    The Quiet Place (Star Trek: New Frontier)
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    Anonymous
    March 11, 2018
    "There's a lot more to wizardry than most know, so I really appreciated delving into The Lost Years of Merlin. This is the kind of fantasy tale I love: an exploration of history and birthright, struggling with the balance of free will and fate. The book introduces some great and clever twists into more traditional takes on the tale, making it feel both grounded and more modern at the same time. A great look at how good can triumph over evil in even the most difficult of circumstances."
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    The Lost Years of Merlin
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "This is a good read. It's not something that kept my attention the whole time, but it wasn't all that bad. I love any book about magic and this one was very good. I wouldn't say it's a top on my top 5 of books, but it is something to give a shot at. If you're into Harry Potter or any kind of magic, take a look at this one. Even though there was some lacking in it I can't say it was bad. So just give it a go!"
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    The Kingkiller Chronicles
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "I love me some pain and torture, especially when done by demons. Brett delivers in this series; that the sixth one still isn't out is the only nitpick; I devoured these within the space of four days. There are a few parts that will make some people very uncomfortable, and the rather obvious tropes to what's going on in the world right now notwithstanding, the world building is incredible and original."
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    The Demon Cycle
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    Anonymous
    April 30, 2017
    "This was a fabulous series. I was looking for a great fantasy series and a friend of mine recommended Abercrombie. I love fantasy and this did not disappoint. It was good enough that I immediately read all the follow on novels as well. Seriously, this is great stuff! I have been reading quite a bit of fantasy between non-fiction stuff and read this trilogy and was pretty much blown away from the start."
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    The First Law Trilogy
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "I really love sci-fi and fantasy books. I have been looking for a new one and found one of the best there is. It's called Star War - Revan. If you enjoy the Star Wars series, you will love this book. The new characters are really interesting and the story is very compelling. It's definitely one of the best sci-fi books out there. I really recommend it for Star Wars and sci-fi/fantasy fans."
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    Star Wars - Revan
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "I love the feel and smoothness of this story. I mean who doesn't love star wars but this book brings into life in a different feel after a new hope with one of its characters. It's fascinating and brings a spark into star wars that is needed after so many years. I love Darth Vader so I am also glad they have him in the book as well since he is the most iconic evil in star wars."
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    Star Wars - Tarkin
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    Anonymous
    May 1, 2018
    "Dragons of Autumn Twilight (Dragonlance Chronicles, Volume I) is a book by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman. It is available from Amazon for $7.99 for a paperback. This is the first book in the Dragonlance Chronicles Series. This is a popular book in a very popular series. It is very well reviewed on Amazon. It averages 4.6 stars on Amazon. It fits the topic very well."
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    Dragons of Autumn Twilight (Dragonlance Chronicles)
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    Anonymous
    April 18, 2018
    "My best guy friend recommended the series to me and I am hooked! This book in particular is pure magic! This is the third in the series and was my favorite of the trilogy. I am not sure how to feel about the fact that it seems more geared to young adults though. ha ha! Regardless, I highly recommend. I'll just blame it on my niece and nephew if anyone catches on!"
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    A Conjuring of Light (Shades of Magic)
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    Anonymous
    April 12, 2018
    "I needed a novel to satisfy my sci-fi and fantasy craving and decided to try out Master of Devils when a friend of mine recommended this book to me. Master of Devils (Pathfinder Tales) won't disappoint you since it has a pretty good amount of Sci-Fi/Fantasy involving dragons and etc. Give it a go says I since I'm not disappointed and don't think you will be either"
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    Master of Devils (Pathfinder Tales)
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    Anonymous
    April 1, 2018
    "In the extended Star Trek universe, I must say there are many, many books, some not as good as others. Any time I see AC Crispin on the cover, however, I know it is going to be a quality book, with great writing. This book follows Spock on a unexpected journey which will really draw you in and not let you put the book down. Great writing, great story, 5 stars."
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    Yesterday's Son (Star Trek)
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    Anonymous
    April 13, 2018
    "I really REALLY wanted to get this book. I'm a middle school teacher and all my kids have been reading the series. But, woof, I can't bring myself to finish it. I normally love fantasy - when I can follow it. This author seems to have forgotten that we're along for the ride, and it takes a lot to read and reread to understand. This is going to the donate pile."
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    Truthwitch (The Witchlands)
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    Anonymous
    March 27, 2018
    "Burroughs is best known for his work Naked Lunch, and delivers again his wittiness and fun with this book The Soft Machine. Great for any Burroughs or Sci-fi fan, this book being part of a trilogy means that you don't have to be disappointed when you reach the end! I always love a good series. Perhaps a little predictable but all in all a great read."
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    The Soft Machine (The Nova Trilogy)
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "Star Wars stole some of it's ideas from Dune. Several other Sci-fi and fantasy series also stole from Dune. This should give you some indication as to how important this series is in the genre. If you consider yourself a fan at all of sci-fi or fantasy you must read this series. There are many books in total. The Dune movies (made for tv) are good too!"
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    Dune (Dune Chronicles)
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    Anonymous
    February 22, 2017
    "Something I like to do in my free time is read. I'm a really big fan of sci-fi and fantasy books. So, looking for my next book to read, I ended up buying this book called "Miss Peregrine's Peculiar Children". This book is fantastic. This book is written in a way that really immerses you in the story. I recommend it to anybody who likes to read."
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    Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children
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    Anonymous
    April 11, 2018
    "I'd say this probably isn't going to be a book that shows up on the top sci-fi and fantasy book list. Probably not even for the year it was released. I noticed that there aren't many reviews for the book and while some seem to enjoy it others point out that it is full of editing mistakes which would definitely hamper my enjoyment of the book."
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    A Season in Carcosa
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    Anonymous
    April 4, 2018
    "The best sci-fi and fantasy book would have to be Into the Void (Star Trek: New Frontier). It is the second book in the Star Trek: New Frontier series that ties into the famous Star Trek media. If you are an avid sci-fi lover or just someone who is looking to explore different genres of books, this one would definitely be the one to jump into!"
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    Into the Void (Star Trek: New Frontier)
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "While the Hobbit is indeed a great fantasy book, I feel like it's limited a bit by its childishness and lack of depth. I think a list of the best sci-fi and fantasy books could include many titles that are a more adult, like George R. R. Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire" series. For sci-fi, I've really enjoyed Iain Banks' "Culture" novels."
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    The Hobbit
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    Anonymous
    April 28, 2018
    "This is a very unusual and unique scifi novel. The setting and premise should be familiar to fans of the genre, but the writing style and choices are strange and different enough that they should come off as something new. This is a great choice for anyone looking for more scifi, and want something they haven't yet heard of."
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    The Bequeathal: Godsent
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "This looks like a pretty cool fantasy book, and the story isn't like most of the rest of the genre; a rehashed blend of arthurian lore and various mythologies all spun together to tell the same story through different authors. It presents a clear problem and goal for the book, that seems interesting enough to pick up."
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    Shadows of the Apt
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    Anonymous
    April 29, 2018
    "I really like this author, Amie Kaufman. Could not put this one down. I loved the characters and it is very well written. It is like the Titanic but in space. Loved the idea too. These Broken Stars is a love story about survival and secrets. It is creepy yet heart wrenching. Highly recommend this one."
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    These Broken Stars
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    Anonymous
    April 8, 2018
    "This book was just okay at best. The story line and character's attitudes were a bit far off from the characters from the actual series and I had a hard time trying to pin down some of the characters because of it. That deviation made it a bit hard to follow and I kind of had a hard time getting into the story."
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    Fire on High (Star Trek: New Frontier)
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "This was really wonderful to find. I love sci fi and fantasy. I read everything from Moorecock to Clarke, and this is seriously up there with the best. This so inventive and unique. Really, people say it sometimes, but it's really a story that has never been told before. How many stories can you say that about?"
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    The Symphony of Ages
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    Anonymous
    April 9, 2017
    "A relatively new and hugely popular entry into the world of fantasy books is The Farseer Trilogy. One of the highest rated fantasy series on Amazon it's a 3 book series on the adventures of FitzChivalry Farseer, both royalty and assassin. It's a great trilogy for either Sci-Fi readers or pure fantasy fans."
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    The Farseer Trilogy
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "One of the greatest trilogies of all time, but yet everyone seems to forget about anything past Compass. Each one is better than the last. and I just cannot get enough. Really wish all of them would be made into movies, they'd make for great films. The books though are incredible and I highly recommend."
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    His Dark Materials
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "My cousin is a huge reader and for his birthday, he had wrote down some books he wanted, but also asked for the best fantasy books that were out. Me and my boyfriend got him one of our favorites, Star Wars - Dawn of the Jedi: Into the Void. He loved it and after he read it called us for more books!"
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    Star Wars - Dawn of the Jedi: Into the Void
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    Anonymous
    March 24, 2018
    "I found this to be quite a ride. Burroughs is famous for other books but this one you should check out. I love science fiction and this was a great cross between wild west and theoretical physics. I feel I would have gotten the more from this book if I had read Cities of the Red Night first."
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    The Place of Dead Roads (The Red Night Trilogy)
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    Anonymous
    March 26, 2018
    "The science fiction and fantasy books is a huge collection and it is hard to select a best one out of it. But Towers of Midnight is definitely is not the best one. Although it is a decent book and you would enjoy while reading it, there are better ones out there, especially the classics."
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    Towers of Midnight (The Wheel of Time)
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    Anonymous
    May 2, 2018
    "The best sci-fi and fantasy books include "Vurt", which is a fantasy, science fiction book that follows the story of the beautiful young Desdemona. Boasting an average customer rating of 4.0 out of 5 stars based on 103 Amazon customer reviews, I would strongly recommend this book."
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    Vurt
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    Anonymous
    June 8, 2017
    "I really enjoyed the series. I definitely recommend you start with the first book in the series. If you like it, there are 10 books in this series, which will keep you entertained for a long time. I recommend this book to anyone that loves fantasy mixed with some sci-fi."
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    The Malazan Book of the Fallen
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    Anonymous
    April 10, 2018
    "Star Trek is a classic, timeless science fiction / fantasy universe, and even with so much to watch or read about, writers are still coming up with new imaginative stories. This book sounds very classic Trek, should have some suspense with the "enemy buddying up" element"
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    My Enemy, My Ally (Star Trek)
  • #38
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    Anonymous
    April 4, 2017
    "Great book recommendation !!! I was looking to read more books and my favorite genre is sci-fi fantasy. I picked up Star Wars - Darth Plagueis from amazon and read it within a week. Such a gripping, fun, action packed novel, highly recommend this book for anyone."
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    Star Wars - Darth Plagueis
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    Anonymous
    July 7, 2017
    "Star Wars - A New Dawn is a fantastic edition to the world of Star Wars. It expands on the existing Star Wars universe and introduces new material to enjoy. You will be persuaded to persist through until the end when you will be left with wanting so much more."
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    Star Wars - A New Dawn
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    Anonymous
    March 17, 2018
    "One of the best fantasy books that I can remember reading has to be The Shadow Rising (The Wheel of Time). This book had so much action in it that I really could not wait to continue on with the series. Robert Jordan is definitely one of my favorite authors."
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    The Shadow Rising (The Wheel of Time)
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    Anonymous
    May 24, 2017
    "If you're a star wars fan you'll love Star Wars - The Thrawn Trilogy. It follows Hans and Leia after they are married and it a great read. There are three books to keep you busy all summer. If you're a sci-fi and fantasy book fan, you'll love this set."
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    Star Wars - The Thrawn Trilogy
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    Anonymous
    April 6, 2018
    "For Star Trek EU stuff this was really well written and grippy, if only the rest of the books in the series were this good. This one is 3 of 4 and the first two are so slow to do anything. My advice is to skip them and just read this and the 4th book."
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    The Two Front War (Star Trek: New Frontier)
  • #43
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    Anonymous
    April 12, 2018
    "This science fiction novel has all the earmarks of great sci fi. Good science, accessible language, but not dumbed down... and deeply written characters. The flow of this book is fantastic and keeps you engaged from beginning to end. A great read."
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    Only Human (The Themis Files)
  • #44
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    Anonymous
    April 24, 2018
    "This sci-fi book by John Ringo (A New York TImes best-selling author!) is such a great book to read. Such a page turner, especially if you enjoy the military style sci-fi books. Bet this would be a great movie! Can't wait to read more in this series."
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    Into the Looking Glass
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "Alice's Adventures In Wonderland is a fantasy classic. Perfect for those who enjoy these types of stories, it is sure to appeal to anyone of every age. I recommend reading this book, which is available on a variety of physical and digital formats."
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    Alice's Adventures In Wonderland
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    Anonymous
    April 21, 2018
    "I'm not a fan of poetry but I love Tolkien and I look at all of his poetry more as music which helps me to look at it that way and I enjoy it. It adds a lot to my enjoyment with this to read something he wrote that wasn't available until 2009."
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    The Legend of Sigurd and Gudrun
  • #47
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    Anonymous
    April 22, 2018
    "This is a decent solution as it provides the author and publish date. However, the description fails to mention anything about genre. This is a critical piece of missing information as the topic is requesting "sci-fi and fantasy" books."
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    Death's Heretic (Pathfinder Tales)
  • #48
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    Anonymous
    January 15, 2017
    "I picked this up because I recently started playing the games. I honestly wish I had done that the other way around now, and gotten into the books first. The stories are excellently written, with some nice takes on old fairy tales."
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    The Last Wish
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    Anonymous
    March 27, 2018
    "You can't go wrong with Star Trek books. The Time for Yesterday book is an awesome way to get hooked into the Star Trek Universe. These books delightfully tell the story of Captain Kirk and Mr. Spock on their adventures in space."
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    Time for Yesterday (Star Trek)
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    Anonymous
    April 3, 2018
    "My favorite science fiction book recently is: The Vulcan Academy Murders (Star Trek). It's set in the original series, and Kirk becomes involved with Spock's family trying to hunt down someone running around murdering Vulcans."
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    The Vulcan Academy Murders (Star Trek)
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    Anonymous
    April 7, 2018
    "Although this isn't the best choice for a book in this category, it comes from a highly well known series that makes it easy for any reader to start the genre. It's fairly well rated and is a decent enough read for most people."
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    House of Cards (Star Trek: New Frontier)
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    Anonymous
    March 11, 2018
    "The escaping the land is a feature that is ideal for me. This book seems to solve it and improve upon the initial wishing spell concept. I read this and recommend everyone to give it a shot. No harm in trying for yourself!"
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    The Land of Stories: The Wishing Spell
  • #53
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    Anonymous
    March 20, 2018
    "I remember the first time that I read The Great Hunt (The Wheel of Time). I got so caught up in the characters and the chase that I was left amazed at the detail! This has to be one of the best fantasy novels of all time."
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    The Great Hunt (The Wheel of Time)
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "I love sci-fi and fantasy books, so I thought I would give Steelheart a chance. It is a good book, but not great. In a way, it is just another book about superheros. I guess I am just ready for something more original."
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    Steelheart (The Reckoners)
  • #55
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    Anonymous
    April 14, 2018
    "I love reading fantasy and this one hit the spot for me. The topic of faeries is right up my alley, and the writing was on point for me. I'm glad that this was recommended to me, as I wouldn't have found it otherwise."
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    Feverborn (Fever)
  • #56
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    Anonymous
    March 26, 2018
    "If you're into sci-fi and fantasy, this book is for you. An empire run by mutants amid a crisis of a radioactive viruses is sure to keep your nose in this novel. A perfect mix of apocalyptic suspense and thrill!"
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    Cities of the Red Night (The Red Night Trilogy)
  • #57
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    Anonymous
    April 24, 2018
    "Blubber Island is supposed to be some sort of macabre story but it turns into a mess real fast. While it has the chance to be surrealistic, it just plain fails and I was rather unamused by it towards the end."
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    Blubber Island
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    Anonymous
    March 30, 2018
    "The Lays of Beleriand is one of the best sci-fi and fantasy books. It's by the same guy who wrote Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit. This book was published after he died by his son. Such an immersive world!"
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    The Lays of Beleriand (History of Middle-earth)
  • #59
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    Anonymous
    March 25, 2018
    "I am a big fan of the Wheel of Time series by author Robert Jordan and The Gathering Storm was one of my favorites. The story was very compelling and I was engaged throughout. A truly great fantasy novel!"
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    The Gathering Storm (The Wheel of Time)
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    Anonymous
    March 22, 2018
    "If you like science fiction, then you will love this book. It is the 6th book in the series. I purchased the audio book, and I couldn't stop listening until the end. It demanded my full attention."
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    Lord of Chaos (The Wheel of Time)
  • #61
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    Anonymous
    April 8, 2018
    "I love sci fi. I always watch info about it and consume it daily. Martry was a great book to fill my thirst. It was involved and detailed and really special. I loved all the aspects about it."
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    Martyr (Star Trek: New Frontier)
  • #62
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    Anonymous
    April 9, 2018
    "This is a series of 4 books that should be made into a tv show to replace Voyager. The author lets his ship go into "new space" without suffering the "Gilligan's Island" syndrome of Voyager."
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    End Game (Star Trek: New Frontier)
  • #63
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    Anonymous
    April 12, 2018
    "I love sci-fi books, of all types. The Eye of the World was no exception. The book kept me entertained from start to finish. Would highly recommend if you like books about time and legends."
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    The Eye of the World (The Wheel of Time)
  • #64
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    Anonymous
    April 13, 2018
    "I found the story of this book to be very compelling and immersive. It was a difficult book to put down. Anyone who loves fantasy books and hasn't read this already should give it a go."
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    The Secret Garden
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    Anonymous
    January 29, 2018
    "I love fantasy books! I recently reread "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" and remembered how good it was all over again! I think it truly is my number one fantasy book of all time!"
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    Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
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    Anonymous
    June 22, 2017
    "Your problem will be solved by reading this book. It's NEW YORK TIME BEST SELLER. Famous websites, people review this as a very good book that will satisfy your sci-fi/fantasy thirst!"
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    Heir to the Jedi (Star Wars)
  • #67
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    Anonymous
    March 9, 2017
    "This book is one of my absolute favorites, I've been looking for it for YEARS and the only place I found it was through amazon! Got the book very fast and in perfect condition!"
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    The Dark Glory War
  • #68
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    Anonymous
    March 4, 2018
    "The Mortal Instruments has become a book series and is soon to be the next Harry Potter. I am a firm believer in Shadowhunters now. It's a way better book series than Twilight."
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    City of Heavenly Fire (The Mortal Instruments)
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    Anonymous
    February 10, 2017
    "Star Wars The Dark Lord Trilogy for Kindle for all you Sci-fi readers. Get three novels–Labyrinth of Evil, Revenge of the Sith, and Dark Lord: The Rise of Darth Vader."
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    Star Wars - The Dark Lord Trilogy
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    Anonymous
    April 12, 2018
    "What can I say about this? Excellent. All excellent. It's the last book in a series but it's definitely the finale one could hope for. Edge of your seat the entire time."
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    Endure (Defy)
  • #71
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    Anonymous
    April 10, 2018
    "I unexpectedly really enjoyed this book. It was very exciting. it had a great plot and I was very interested throughout. I think you will enjoy this pirate tale, also."
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    Pirate's Prophecy (Pathfinder Tales)
  • #72
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    Anonymous
    June 6, 2017
    "This book is pretty interesting. Im a huge fan of sci-fi and it doesn't get much more popular than Star Wars. Very recommended for those who are familiar with the story."
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    Star Wars - Lost Tribe of the Sith: The Collected Stories
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    Anonymous
    April 12, 2018
    "I think that Mr. Spock is about my favorite character in this series. This story is mostly about him so that makes it all the better. I love the suspense in this one."
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    Ishmael (Star Trek)
  • #74
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    Anonymous
    January 25, 2017
    "I love Harry Potter! The series of Harry Potter books is legendary in my eyes in the sci-fi and fantasy category. This was the best solution possible for my problem."
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    Harry Potter
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    Anonymous
    April 13, 2018
    "This book is a quick and fun read. Moore's characters are engaging and his narrative is funny. The plot twists work and the story is satisfying. Good but not best."
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    Coyote Blue
  • #76
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    Anonymous
    March 26, 2017
    "I think anything related to Star Wars is good when you are looking for this genre. Kenobi is a very important character and I think this is a very important book."
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    Star Wars - Kenobi
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    Anonymous
    March 20, 2018
    "The book is written by an author who has many classics. This one is one of his best work and its given me hours of entertainment over the months of reading it."
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    A Memory of Light (The Wheel of Time)
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    Anonymous
    March 26, 2018
    "This may be a decent book but it is far from the best sci-fi and fantasy books. Really it is pretty far down the list when you are thinking stuff like that."
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    Seed to Harvest
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    Anonymous
    March 15, 2018
    "Zero Hour is good if you like newer modern sci-fi and fantasy. I like the old school stuff, so this book doesn't really do it for me. Give me Romero anyday."
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    Zero Hour (Resident Evil Series)
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    Anonymous
    March 27, 2018
    "The Fires of Heaven is an excellent book in a category that is filled with excellent books. It is a good selection for the best sci-fi and fantasy book."
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    The Fires of Heaven (The Wheel of Time)
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    Anonymous
    April 10, 2018
    "Lord of Runes is an excellent fantasy novel in its own right. After finishing the book I had to sit quietly for a while, absorbing the emotional impact."
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    Lord of Runes (Pathfinder Tales)
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    Anonymous
    April 12, 2018
    "The No Limits Anthology is a great book series for any Star Trek or science fiction fans. Easy reads and they have plenty of action in each book."
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    No Limits Anthology (Star Trek: New Frontier)
  • #83
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    Anonymous
    April 19, 2018
    "The solution give out some details that pique my interest. It tells me things, that caught my attention. As a result, it does an adequate job."
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    14
  • #84
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    Anonymous
    April 16, 2018
    "I had already read the first two books in this series. This was as good as the first two. I hope I will find more."
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    Pirate's Promise (Pathfinder Tales)
  • #85
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    Anonymous
    April 23, 2018
    "This was a really quick read for me. I liked the subject immensely, so that really helped. I highly recommend it!"
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    Stalking the Beast (Pathfinder Tales)
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    Anonymous
    March 26, 2018
    "Tis is a pretty good continuation of TOS. The focus is on Spock's wife and I always love anything related to Spock."
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    Sarek (Star Trek)
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    Anonymous
    May 8, 2018
    "A wizard, a side kick and a quest. Sound familiar? Well..this is a new take on an old theme. Great book!"
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    The Face In The Frost
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    Anonymous
    March 18, 2018
    "Sci-fi and fantasy are so boring to me. Give me true crime books any day of the week."
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    Glory Road
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    Anonymous
    March 28, 2018
    "This is a good book but wasn’t my favorite. It’s a good read and you will get into it."
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    The Necromancer’s Nephew (The Songreaver's Tale)
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    Anonymous
    March 30, 2018
    "This is definitely one of my favorite fantasy books. I love the story about spock!"
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    Spock's World (Star Trek)
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    Anonymous
    April 20, 2018
    "A variation to the Red Riding Hood. It takes some interesting twists."
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    Red Hood's Revenge (Princess)
  • #92
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    Anonymous
    April 12, 2018
    "I love Star Trek. I believe this is a great book to read."
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    Restoration (Star Trek: The New Frontier)
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    Anonymous
    April 11, 2018
    "GOOD"
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    Prince of Wolves (Pathfinder Tales)
This list is about What are the best sci-fi and fantasy books
RankAnswersTypeVotesPrice
1Dune (Dune Chronicles) Books 71 Paid
2The Demon CycleBooks 66 Paid
3Star Wars - Darth PlagueisBooks 65 Paid
4Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar ChildrenBooks 62 Paid
5Shadows of the AptBooks 60 Paid
6Star Wars - The Dark Lord TrilogyBooks 53 Paid
7The Dark Glory WarBooks 48 Paid
8Star Wars - TarkinBooks 45 Paid
9Steelheart (The Reckoners)Books 43 Paid
10Star Wars - A New DawnBooks 38 Paid
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