annabee. (headfirrstt) wrote in bookish,
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fantasy recommendations


So, for christmas I got a barnes & nobles gift card and I really want to go in there knowing what I want to buy.

As far as previously read books in the sci-fi/fantasy genre, I really have to say my favorites so far has been The Wayfarer Redemption by Sara Douglass, and The Lord of The Rings. As well as The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. I'll admit, I'm sort of picky, I really do enjoy some romance in my stories, but not undeveloped, let's just fawn over each other two days after we met. And the more action, the better, I'm all for sword fights and magic, which I guess is implied with fantasy, ha.

Really, I don't know what else to say, just asking for you guys to throw whatever you can think of at me, I'm rather desperate at this point to find something good.

And any help would be much appreciated :]
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