Great toppic.mY favourite novels are fantacy. The authours i like best is David Eddings,David Cambel and Terry Brooks.
My second choice would be thrillers or horror novels by Dean Koontz,John Saul and Graham Masterson.
My all time favourite fanasy saga is The hobbit, forgot the author's name, then Spar Hawk and the Belgariad series.
Stanley Mott: US engineer in England on a secret mission.
Dieter Kolff: Brilliant rocket designer, snatched from Germany to the US in the waning days of WW2
Norman Grant: Naval hero of the Battle of Leyte Gulf, destined for the Space Committee of the US Senate.
John Pope: High-school football star and student of astronomy, who joins the space programme as one of its early astronauts.
its an amazing story. a thoroughly good read.
Book 1: The Gunslinger. 5/5
Book 2: The Drawing of the Three. 5/5
Book 3: The Wastelands. 5/5
Book 4: The Wizard and Glass. 5/5
Book 5: Wolves of the Calla. 5/5
Book 6: Song of Susanna. 5/5
Book 7: The Dark Tower. 5/5
If ever there was an author that perfectly balances a multi-verse in his novels, it's Stephen king. This is without a doubt his Magnum Opis, and the pinnacle of his career. Though it goes through a lot of changes over the 30 years or so it was written, I feel he did a good job of revising the entire series, and if there was any place for the center (Nexus) of his multi-verse to be, it's The Dark Tower.
Over all, obviously, stellar 5/5
Oh yea and (Nineteen Nineteen Nineteen Nineteen Nineteen Nineteen Nineteen Nineteen Nineteen)
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to tell you the truth, I honestly can't remember why I hated it. I don't remember anything about it. I think I just hated it because I really didn't feel like reading in class. Let me know if it's good, and i'll give it another chance.
And no, I haven't read or even heard of those books.
My all time favourite book that I cannot get sick of is "Memoirs of a Geisha." LOL My family makes fun of me for liking the japanese culture, but I dont give a ****.
Anyway, it's a very informative book that also has it's fairytale essence. You love and envy the main character in different situations, you get emotionally attached and I think anyone who has a broad imagination would love this book.