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    uNz[i]'s Avatar Out of order
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    As I'm a big fan of fantasy and SF...

    (in no particular order)

    Terry Pratchett
    Robert Rankin
    Douglas Adams
    Hugh Cook
    Clive Barker
    Neil Gaiman
    H.G. Wells
    George Orwell
    Isaac Asimov
    Arthur C Clarke
    Fredrick Pohl
    Alfred Bester
    Julian May

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    John Grisham
    Dean Koontz

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    Darren Shan
    Anthony Horowitz

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    Stephen King
    Richard Layman
    James Herbert
    Martina Cole

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    Stephen King
    Wilbur Smith
    Jean M Auel

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    ill say nora roberts only because i live almost next to her, lol

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    "The long ships" by the swede Frans G. Bengtsson. An historical novel that beat many a fantasy story to powdered silt in comparison.

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    [i]Originally posted by uNz@9 October 2003 - 05:51
    As I'm a big fan of fantasy and SF...

    (in no particular order)

    Terry Pratchett
    Robert Rankin
    Douglas Adams
    Hugh Cook
    Clive Barker
    Neil Gaiman
    H.G. Wells
    George Orwell
    Isaac Asimov
    Arthur C Clarke
    Fredrick Pohl
    Alfred Bester
    Julian May
    That's a good list but how cud you miss out Stephen Donaldson? He's the best sci-fi writer of all time imo

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    uNz[i]'s Avatar Out of order
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    Well I've read the Chronicles of Thomas Covenant...
    It was okay, but Donaldson didn't exactly rock my world.
    Thomas was too emo for me. Different strokes for different folks, I guess.

    Arthur C Clarke is the best SF author, imo.
    The reason being a lot of what he envisioned in his stories has come to pass in his own lifetime.

    Satellites for example.
    When NASA or ESA need a visionary, they call Professor Clarke.

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    One of my favorite authors to this day is CS Lewis.


    Peace brotherdoobie

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