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Old 01-15-2021, 04:45 PM
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I remember in high school I liked the dark elf trilogy by RA Salvatore
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Foundation series, from Isaac Asimov.

It fits the current trend of humanity as well. Best books I have ever read
Amazing that I hadn't seen this mentioned until page 3.
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Thanquol Books (Ombibus)

(books in the omnibus)
Grey Seer
Temple of the Serpant
Thanquol's Doom

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Headtaker

I really liked reading these (not only because I am a dirty skaven lover) but because unlike most fantasy books it is from a very interesting perspective for majority of the books. That being the perspective of a mostly non-human characters. Other fantasy books even from the perspective as elves , dwarves etc the characters act almost completely human like, in the dialogue mannerisms, and how they view and interact with the world the book paints the characters into

Not so with these books. The drastic change of getting a perspective of the world from something that doesn't think like a human or a short stout human, or a human with pointy ears, was really refreshing and enjoyable

Granted these are Warhammer books so if you are not into warhammer and all its sillyness might not be good books for you

Yes-Yes!
Gotrek and felix by william king.
skarnisk, Guy Haley.
queek is a great book but skarnisk is wayyy superior .
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Old 01-16-2021, 01:56 AM
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Foundation series, from Isaac Asimov.

It fits the current trend of humanity as well. Best books I have ever read"

Amazing that I hadn't seen this mentioned until page 3.
Foundation is about as good as science fiction gets, but we're talking about fantasy. I brought up Book of the New Sun, which kinda straddles the line, but still fits.

But yeah, if you wanna expand the topic to science fiction definitely read Foundation.
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