Re: McKinley: favorite 5 fantasy/sci-fi?

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Date: Tue Oct 17 2000 - 20:34:49 PDT

Hm. That's a tough one. I don't think I could put them in order, but I
think my top five would be:

-The Dig (sci-fi, Alan Dean Foster)
-The Ordinary Princess (fantasy, M. M. Kaye)
-Mort (fantasy, Terry Pratchett)
-Black Unicorn (Tanith Lee)
-... and then I'm torn between Beauty and Spindle's End. Drat.

So many books, so little time :)

--Willow wrote:
> hello! i recently started working at my local Walden Bookstore, and for the
> month of october when you buy 4 sci-fi/fantasy books, you get the fifth free
> - i have yet to take advantage of this offer, as i can't decide which 5 books
> to get, and time is running out, so i was just wondering, what are y'all's 5
> favorite fantasy/sci-fi novels of all time? (mine would be: 1. beauty, 2.
> deerskin, 3. hero and the crown, 4. blue sword, 5. left hand of darkness [ok,
> so i'm just a little prejudiced in robin's favor! but i already own all
> those, so i need some new ideas)
> black and silver cats to you,
> cameron
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	-Terry Pratchett & Neil Gaiman, "Good Omens"
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