@shaunduke I have a hard time when it comes to picking favorites so here are two:
The Last Unicorn by Peter S. Beagle
Mort by Terry Pratchett
@AlexAloi That's perfectly fine. I'll accept two :P
@shaunduke Darwath series by Barbara Hambly!
@Gilbertica I've never read Hambly before :o
@shaunduke oh its so good! Travel between dimensions mixed with fantasy, a terrifying monster, and depictions of a world enduring an Apocalypse!
@Gilbertica Well, I'll add that to my wishlist!
@shaunduke I approve! 😀
@shaunduke Everything by Terry Pratchett, but probably Guards! Guards! because it sets up the rest of my favorites...
Oh, and Nine Princes in Amber by Roger Zelazny.
@Rockwood Ooooh! I have a friend who loves the crap out of the Amber books.
@shaunduke nice choice.
@shaunduke In general or Currently?
Well currently Nevernight/Godsgrave are really really good.
@shaunduke and not to be all that person, but Toby is SO NICE too! :D My childhood fave is Under Plum Lake by Lionel Davidson, and there's no way to decide on my adult fave, unless you consider The Road SFF, but it's iffy.
@shaunduke Probably Blood Music by Greg Bear. Still freaks me out.
@shaunduke If i absolutely have to pick one favorite, Good Omens is probably it
@shaunduke Snow Crash by Neal Stephenson and The Blind Assassin by Margaret Atwood.
The Second Mango
Pride of Chanur
@shaunduke Really hard to say. Ancillary Justice is way up there. The Left Hand of Darkness has staying power. The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms is marvelous.
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