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Scott Lynch | Best Fantasy Books Blog

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Ben: Set in the Prince of Thorns world and tying to the events of the "Prince" trilogy.
Ben: This is no doubt the crowd favorite; I'm so excited for this book I'm willing to sell my left kidney for an early copy! Ben: Would love to read the next book in this series. Ben: The first book, The Promise of Blood, set the tone for what looks to be a very compelling new action-fantasy series in the vein of Mistborn. Ben: Abercrombie writing a YA trilogy that's NOT set in the First Law universe? Ben: It would be a tragedy of the highest magnitude if this book did NOT come out 2014. Ben: Love this series. Dry, dark, disturbing and something "new" in the fantasyscape. Morgan is not afraid to break the common mold with his characters, descriptions, and even relationships (the main hero is gay). Ben: Hulick made some big waves with his debut novel. I found it entertaining enough to be looking forward to his newest in the series. Ben (bfb.com owner) has lauded this new series and The Blinding Knife was his favourite read of 2013. Ben: Book three in The Lightbringer series. Ben: Based on the strength of the first novel, I say bring on the second! A cool magic system, battle monks, a coming of age story about a hero. Ben: The fourth book in Abraham's excellent The Dagger and the Coin series. Peter Grant #5 (not the real title) by Ben Aaronovitch Ben: The third book and the conclusion of The Magicians trilogy. Ben: Sequel to The Thousand Names which was one of the better fantasy reads of 2013 for me and rather unexpected at that. Ben: A highly underrated author (author of Monarchies of God series). A new book. Ben: Yes, probably no chance of this coming out next year, but I'll add it on here and cross my fingers. Ben: One of my favorite reads this year. Ben: An entertaining book that takes the superhero sub-genre of fantasy and makes it more mainstream. Ben: I've been a vocal fan of Mark Lawrence the past couple years and his concluding novel to this trilogy doesn't disappoint. Ben: A fun read, but I wouldn't necessarily class it as one of the best reads of 2013. An interesting (and certainly novel) magic system. A cast of troubled characters. A steampunkish world on the brink of ending. Epic battle scenes of guns vs sorcery. Everything a fantasy fan should would like. Overall, cool book. Broken Homes by Ben Aaronovitch Aaronovitch is relying less on London references to establish the setting, which works in my favour! Ben: If you like military fantasy with a focus on squad dynamics, inter-regimental politics, and rampant colonialism (in this case, a somewhat positive treatment of imperialism), you are going to like this book. Ben: Self Publishing done right. Ben: Probably my favorite fantasy read of 2013. Ben: The best written fantasy book of 2013, hands down. Kay ranks right up there with Gaimen and China Meiville as one of the most talented wordsmiths in the genre and his newest work, River of Stars, sequel to the masterful Under Heaven, only reinforces his credentials as such. Ben: On the surface a charming little magical fairy tale that delivers a heartwarming story that you simply don't want to end; beneath the quaint magical charm though, it's arguably also a serious literary work. Ben: Gaiman has that magical ability to find the inner child in every adult; then scare the living hell out of it. Ben: Martin meets Abercrombie in the conclusion to a magnificent trilogy.


George R.r. Martin | Best Fantasy Books Blog

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Ben: Set in the Prince of Thorns world and tying to the events of the "Prince" trilogy.
Ben: This is no doubt the crowd favorite; I'm so excited for this book I'm willing to sell my left kidney for an early copy! Ben: Would love to read the next book in this series. Ben: The first book, The Promise of Blood, set the tone for what looks to be a very compelling new action-fantasy series in the vein of Mistborn. Ben: Abercrombie writing a YA trilogy that's NOT set in the First Law universe? Ben: It would be a tragedy of the highest magnitude if this book did NOT come out 2014. Ben: Love this series. Dry, dark, disturbing and something "new" in the fantasyscape. Morgan is not afraid to break the common mold with his characters, descriptions, and even relationships (the main hero is gay). Ben: Hulick made some big waves with his debut novel. I found it entertaining enough to be looking forward to his newest in the series. Ben (bfb.com owner) has lauded this new series and The Blinding Knife was his favourite read of 2013. Ben: Book three in The Lightbringer series. Ben: Based on the strength of the first novel, I say bring on the second! A cool magic system, battle monks, a coming of age story about a hero. Ben: The fourth book in Abraham's excellent The Dagger and the Coin series. Peter Grant #5 (not the real title) by Ben Aaronovitch Ben: The third book and the conclusion of The Magicians trilogy. Ben: Sequel to The Thousand Names which was one of the better fantasy reads of 2013 for me and rather unexpected at that. Ben: A highly underrated author (author of Monarchies of God series). A new book. Ben: Yes, probably no chance of this coming out next year, but I'll add it on here and cross my fingers.


Brent Weeks | Best Fantasy Books Blog

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Ben: Set in the Prince of Thorns world and tying to the events of the "Prince" trilogy.
Ben: This is no doubt the crowd favorite; I'm so excited for this book I'm willing to sell my left kidney for an early copy! Ben: Would love to read the next book in this series. Ben: The first book, The Promise of Blood, set the tone for what looks to be a very compelling new action-fantasy series in the vein of Mistborn. Ben: Abercrombie writing a YA trilogy that's NOT set in the First Law universe? Ben: It would be a tragedy of the highest magnitude if this book did NOT come out 2014. Ben: Love this series. Dry, dark, disturbing and something "new" in the fantasyscape. Morgan is not afraid to break the common mold with his characters, descriptions, and even relationships (the main hero is gay). Ben: Hulick made some big waves with his debut novel. I found it entertaining enough to be looking forward to his newest in the series. Ben (bfb.com owner) has lauded this new series and The Blinding Knife was his favourite read of 2013. Ben: Book three in The Lightbringer series. Ben: Based on the strength of the first novel, I say bring on the second! A cool magic system, battle monks, a coming of age story about a hero. Ben: The fourth book in Abraham's excellent The Dagger and the Coin series. Peter Grant #5 (not the real title) by Ben Aaronovitch Ben: The third book and the conclusion of The Magicians trilogy. Ben: Sequel to The Thousand Names which was one of the better fantasy reads of 2013 for me and rather unexpected at that. Ben: A highly underrated author (author of Monarchies of God series). A new book. Ben: Yes, probably no chance of this coming out next year, but I'll add it on here and cross my fingers. Ben: One of my favorite reads this year. Ben: An entertaining book that takes the superhero sub-genre of fantasy and makes it more mainstream. Ben: I've been a vocal fan of Mark Lawrence the past couple years and his concluding novel to this trilogy doesn't disappoint. Ben: A fun read, but I wouldn't necessarily class it as one of the best reads of 2013. An interesting (and certainly novel) magic system. A cast of troubled characters. A steampunkish world on the brink of ending. Epic battle scenes of guns vs sorcery. Everything a fantasy fan should would like. Overall, cool book. Broken Homes by Ben Aaronovitch Aaronovitch is relying less on London references to establish the setting, which works in my favour! Ben: If you like military fantasy with a focus on squad dynamics, inter-regimental politics, and rampant colonialism (in this case, a somewhat positive treatment of imperialism), you are going to like this book. Ben: Self Publishing done right. Ben: Probably my favorite fantasy read of 2013. Ben: The best written fantasy book of 2013, hands down. Kay ranks right up there with Gaimen and China Meiville as one of the most talented wordsmiths in the genre and his newest work, River of Stars, sequel to the masterful Under Heaven, only reinforces his credentials as such. Ben: On the surface a charming little magical fairy tale that delivers a heartwarming story that you simply don't want to end; beneath the quaint magical charm though, it's arguably also a serious literary work. Ben: Gaiman has that magical ability to find the inner child in every adult; then scare the living hell out of it. Ben: Martin meets Abercrombie in the conclusion to a magnificent trilogy.


Joe Abercrombie | Best Fantasy Books Blog

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Ben: Set in the Prince of Thorns world and tying to the events of the "Prince" trilogy.
Ben: This is no doubt the crowd favorite; I'm so excited for this book I'm willing to sell my left kidney for an early copy! Ben: Would love to read the next book in this series. Ben: The first book, The Promise of Blood, set the tone for what looks to be a very compelling new action-fantasy series in the vein of Mistborn. Ben: Abercrombie writing a YA trilogy that's NOT set in the First Law universe? Ben: It would be a tragedy of the highest magnitude if this book did NOT come out 2014. Ben: Love this series. Dry, dark, disturbing and something "new" in the fantasyscape. Ben: Hulick made some big waves with his debut novel. I found it entertaining enough to be looking forward to his newest in the series. Ben (bfb.com owner) has lauded this new series and The Blinding Knife was his favourite read of 2013. Ben: Book three in The Lightbringer series. Ben: Based on the strength of the first novel, I say bring on the second! A cool magic system, battle monks, a coming of age story about a hero. Ben: The fourth book in Abraham's excellent The Dagger and the Coin series. Peter Grant #5 (not the real title) by Ben Aaronovitch Ben: The third book and the conclusion of The Magicians trilogy. Ben: Sequel to The Thousand Names which was one of the better fantasy reads of 2013 for me and rather unexpected at that. Ben: A highly underrated author (author of Monarchies of God series). A new book. Ben: Yes, probably no chance of this coming out next year, but I'll add it on here and cross my fingers.


Jim Butcher | Best Fantasy Books Blog

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Ben: Set in the Prince of Thorns world and tying to the events of the "Prince" trilogy.
Ben: This is no doubt the crowd favorite; I'm so excited for this book I'm willing to sell my left kidney for an early copy! Ben: Would love to read the next book in this series. Ben: The first book, The Promise of Blood, set the tone for what looks to be a very compelling new action-fantasy series in the vein of Mistborn. Ben: Abercrombie writing a YA trilogy that's NOT set in the First Law universe? Ben: It would be a tragedy of the highest magnitude if this book did NOT come out 2014. Ben: Love this series. Dry, dark, disturbing and something "new" in the fantasyscape. Morgan is not afraid to break the common mold with his characters, descriptions, and even relationships (the main hero is gay). Ben: Hulick made some big waves with his debut novel. I found it entertaining enough to be looking forward to his newest in the series. Ben (bfb.com owner) has lauded this new series and The Blinding Knife was his favourite read of 2013. Ben: Book three in The Lightbringer series. Ben: Based on the strength of the first novel, I say bring on the second! A cool magic system, battle monks, a coming of age story about a hero. Ben: The fourth book in Abraham's excellent The Dagger and the Coin series. Peter Grant #5 (not the real title) by Ben Aaronovitch Ben: The third book and the conclusion of The Magicians trilogy. Ben: Sequel to The Thousand Names which was one of the better fantasy reads of 2013 for me and rather unexpected at that. Ben: A highly underrated author (author of Monarchies of God series). A new book. Ben: Yes, probably no chance of this coming out next year, but I'll add it on here and cross my fingers.


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