Best Epic/Fantasy Book Series of All Time

The Top Ten Best Epic/Fantasy Book Series of All Time

1 Lord of the Rings/Middle Earth Books - J.R.R. Tolkien

Where to start on the Lord of the Rings. Such a landmark in literary history has not had such a profound affect on the world in modern history. An entire adult life spent creating the mythical world of Middle Earth. It is this dedication to his work that led to Tolkien's brainchild to ascend past mere Epic Fantasy. A timeless classic that continues to profoundly affect millions if not billions of lives even now.
The (re) birth of fantasy was almost solely down to Tolkien and almost every author of such fiction can trace their influences directly to his work. A new world, several new languages and thousands of pages of fictional history which have captivated people since its inception. Any member of the RPG community has Tolkien to thank, the creators of D&D were inspired by the cartography of Tolkien in his books which led to the creation of the most famous RPG of all time. This also means that every board game, card game and video game inspired by D&D is, inevitably, inspired by ...more

It transcends space and time. If you have never read this before your in for a rude awakening. It's about death and the hope that challenges its impending doom. The calm before the storm. The crescendo of different races and characters woven into the ever present theme of good versus evil. Apocalypse. Tolkien masterfully raises the bar. Epic in proportions. It's beautiful.

Best books ever. No doubt about it. It has inspired so many other books and authors. Even Harry Potter took inspiration from it. The way the different characters/races interact with each other is written to stunning perfection. These books show you not only the extreme power of friendship, but also gives you insight to the main characters' personal battles and wars. These books are absolutely perfect, and if I were given the chance to revise them I wouldn't touch one word. The masterpiece that is Lord of the Rings (and The Silmarillion, and all of Tolkien's other Middle Earth books) will always remain the best of the best. I don't care about just the fantasy genre, but Lord of the Rings prevails over EVERY genre. These books are written to perfection. Why are people still comparing it to Harry Potter? While I don't deny Harry Potter is a good fantasy series, it seriously can't hold a candle to the shining light that is J.R.R Tolkien.

This is the best series ever written. It has so much to offer. It can be taken for the story only, or for the symbolism and hidden meanings throughout the book. Tolkien was an incredible author, and he created languages for his novels, which is incredible. The Hobbit, which started The Lord of the Rings series, is also a great read, and a little "lighter reading" (not as difficult to read as some of his other books. )

2 Harry Potter Series - J.K. Rowling

Thank you, J. K. Rowling, for many things:

- For not forgetting all characters can't be perfect
- For giving us Gred and Forge Weasley, who are always a laugh
- For Mad-Eye Moody, who's voice I still hear when I'm about to do something risky.
- For Hermione, who I will always remember when I meet someone with wisdom beyond their years.
- For Nymphadora Tonks, who I think of when someone tells me age is just a number.
- For Albus Dumbledore, who I will never forget, for countless reasons.

And many, many more things, but lastly,
Thank you, J. K. Rowling, for my childhood

Harry Potter is definitely #1 BY FAR. I will never forget Harry Potter and everything these books have taught me. Especially friendship, like what it means to stand by your friends. And bravery, and the decisions you have to make to benefit others.
Thank you Hedwig, for inspiring me in many ways to be someone you go to for
Support, and for being a shoulder to cry on. I cried for hours when Hedwig died, but she, like Dobby, died in the perfect way.
Thank you Luna Lovegood and Neville Longbottom, for showing me that a good friend isn't the most popular, but the most loyal and who will ALWAYS be at
Your side. I think these two demonstrate what a friend is, and that its OK to be different.
Thank you Remus Lupin, for being a role model, and someone who I hope to be when I am older.
This list of characters could go forever because all of them touched my heart. This series is without a doubt, the best read ever. This deserves to be #1.
Oops! I almost forgot! Thank you, ...more

Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings are my two all-time favorite book series, but Harry Potter just has this special place in my heart. Harry Potter just has to be my favorite of all time because anyone can read it and enjoy it and, in my opinion, it was just flawless. Every book was a treasure. Lord of the Rings is a hard read for most people but give it a try. It's flawless as well, along with The Hobbit. Both series have the best storytelling I have ever come across and kept me on edge. Action packed, heartwarming, sad moments, great detail. Just 2 incredible book series. I have more memories with Harry Potter though and it was a huge part of my childhood, so it has to be my number one vote.

This is totally the best series ever because there is so much magic and all the characters are so cool ( except for Peter Pettigrew) and there is so much fun and mystery so much plot twists and there is even Cedric Diggory. He is totally the best character and if you disagree I feel sad for you because you do not see his natural amazingness . HARRY POTTER IS THE BEST SERIES EVER !

3 A Song of Ice and Fire Series - George R.R. Martin

There is so much happening and still not too much so you can keep track what is going on in different places. Characters are clearly well plan out and there is clear personalities in them so some of you love and some of you hate. Story telling and describing of characters and world is well balanced. And the world that Martin have created is interesting and it haves depth in it. And not everything is black and white (good and evil), there is so much that moves in shades of gray. So brace yourself's, the winter is coming.

I think it's DEFINITELY equal to Lord of the Rings! The characters are amazing and everyone has a different personality that develops throughout the whole series. The story is completely NOT predictable, because any character can die anytime, even if you think it's the main character, you should be afraid. The way George R.R. martin writes keeps you into the books and you're kind of not realising what's going on around you. You're just in the book. It's a completely amazing story that gets interesting more and more! One of the books you have to read! And I'm happy the T.V. series (Game of Thrones) is as enjoyable as the book and the adaptation was not ruined!

This book has change my life. The characters, the story, the quotes, everything. I live my life by some of this man's writing, because it makes so much sense. This book has given my a new look on life, friends, and even love. There is no doubt in my mind that A Song of Ice and Fire is the greatest book series ever written, par none.

The reason why LOTR and Harry Potter are above A Song of Ice and Fire is because people are used to reading and enjoying good vs. e vil/dualistic stories. A Song of Ice and Fire is both loved and despised for the fact that it is often gritty and bizarre, and full of excessive violence, death, sex, with a seemingly realistic history. A Song of Ice and Fire is an anti-dualistic-thinking series, George R.R. Martin does not blatantly choose a main character, or a strictly good character because he knows humans are not like this. A Song of Ice and Fire plays from tons of character perspectives so we can see and experience different peoples motives and feelings. Many complain GRR adds to much death, but this is only because of his amazing characterization skills; the reason many hate that he just "randomly kills characters" is because he is the master of sympathy, A Song of Ice and Fire is an incredibly humbling read that gives people a more modest perspective of life, and I ...more - ethangrossman5

4 Percy Jackson and The Olympians Series - Rick Riordan

I really think Percy Jackson is 1! The series can only be describe in one word: AMAZING! I am so obsessed with this series and I can't imagine how much I will regrets it if I haven't open that first page of The Lightning Thief...

Percy Jackson isn't just a series. It's a whole other world, one that I obsess over. By reading this, you will meet people you know better than family. Percy, Annabeth, Grover, Thalia, Luke, Nico, Zoe, Bianca, Clarisse, Chris, Silena, and Rachel, just to name a few. You live with them, and die with them. You laugh with them, and cry with them. And all you have to do is open up to the first page...

The series is amazing and should be at least in the top three if not number #1. Because Rick Riordan is such an amazing author, his books are so great and they bring mythology into the modern world. - madmax32

I adore Percy Jackson. It is the best. (Oh, when I say Percy Jackson I also include heroes of olympus too).
Second would be Lord of the Rings, then Harry Potter, Kane Chronicles, Ranger's Apprentice, then hunger games and then Eragon, in that order.
But still Percy Jackson is the best, though it was a hard choice.

5 The Wheel of Time Series - Robert Jordan

It's impossible to gauge the effect of these books on the genre.

The intensity of the storyline can't be matched. I don't know how Jordan did it, the amount of time he put into these books, the world he created sometimes feels more real than the real world. And I know that sounds geeky

Amazing series. It feels like a real world instead of just words on a page. It gets criticized sometimes for being your average fantasy novel. I say it is the best of that kind so it is a must read if you are into this kind of literature.

No epic fantasy series evokes as much passion as does The Wheel of Time. It's got a legion of fanatical fans as well as a legion of critics. When you mention epic fantasy, it's simply impossible NOT to mention Robert Jordan in the same breath -- either as a template for what not to do or as an example of classic fantasy that does many things right and some things wrong.

6 The Chronicles of Narnia - C.S. Lewis

The kindest and the wisest fiction books I've ever read. The world C.S. lewis creates is not only a beautiful and harmonious place, but also a school of life. The books are exciting and they set an example of what is good and what isn't. A must-read for everyone.

Why Raymond e Feist (rift war) isn't there I have no idea, however if any epic, fantasy battle series came close, this would be it. However Harry potter, a very good book for people under ten years of age.

The best book I've ever read! Magical stories written like beautiful pale reflections of the Bible's words. A very good book for children, adults and the elderly! Truly love The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. lewis!

I got chills when the snow began melting and the birds came out and such when Aslan returned from Edmund's point of view. Defining moment in an exceptional and uplifting series.

7 Shannara Series - Terry Brooks

These books are the best fantasy books ever! I have read all of the books, and they are just simply amazing, better than any other fantasy book! I first fell in love with the series when I picked up the first book, it was just simply amazing. I have not stopped reading them since.

These books are well written and have a great story I love these books. Peoples say they are ripoffs of the lord of the rings but I still think they are better

These are the books that got me into epics... Not only did he create a whole world but he created its future as well. To say the least this is my favorite series.

I have all his books.
They are the best.
I swear the publisher puts nicotine in the pages. I read them again and again

8 Heroes of Olympus - Rick Riordan

Percabeth. One word you will be reciting over and over and over, after you have read this series. Bob. One word you will cry over every time it is mentioned. I could go on all day, but that might waver your attention span.

This series is the absolute best series on this entire list. Incredible. Hilarious. Touching, especially when (SPOILER ALERT) the whole "Bob says hello" thing happens. Romantic (PERCABETH RULES YOUR FACES). Everything you would ever want in a series. I read both the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series and the Kane Chronicles; they were both amazing but never really lived up to this series. Rick Riordan will always be my favorite author. Oh, and I have one thing to say: LONG LIVE SMALL BOB! - Wisegirl2223

This series is amazing, and I got so into it, I wrote a small, maybe just a little bit long and awesome continuation. Leo being the main character, of course. (How could it be anybody else?! )

I love Leo Valdez! - AnnaOfArendelle332

9 The Dark Tower Series - Stephen King

"Gunslinger chasing man in black thru world that has moved on meets boy who he later kills on his way to said prey, who goes on to recruit a junkie and a cripple, but still missing a 3rd pivotal apprentice, resurrects aforementioned boy, only to quickly lose him to a leprosy infected gang member in a maze of junk and underground sewer complex, before regaining boy after much bloodshed only to put his life in peril along with traveling companions aboard an insane, high speed monorail with gender issues and a God complex, who's only weakness is a love of riddles...

This is only the first three books, and I haven't even got to the Emerald City, The Wizard's Glass, the Doctor Doom Wolves armed with Harry Potter snitches, meeting the author of your book as well as characters from other written works, Mia, Dandelo or Mordred.

This series is a must read as weird as I've made it sound. It's all true, and it's completely wonderful.

So disappointed to see this peak only at number 10. When compared to Harry Potter or A Song Of Ice And Fire, the Dark Tower definitely holds overwhelmingly superior writing and dialogue - none of the clumsiness of G.R.R. M (or God forbid, Paolini. Ugh. )

The Dark Tower is an epic series of love, redemption, revenge, honor and friendship. Stephen King has managed to create a world unlike any other; a world of endless deserts, graveled mountains, desolate wastelands and ruined cities that somehow contains hints and references to our own world. The series draws you in from the very first book and doesn't let go - the immersion is definitely the series' greatest strength. Its second greatest strength is a cast of wonderful, humane characters and the extremely likable anti-hero of the series, Roland Deschain - the Gunslinger himself, who is one of King's most fascinating creations.

The Dark Tower is an intricate, compelling, mysterious and dream-like read that is unlike ...more

The epic adventure of Roland and his Ka-tet setting out to find his Dark Tower and the mysteries within. Explore the exciting, thrilling, and elaborate "worlds" that roam the realm known as Stephen King's mind!

One of the only book series, consisting of more than 4 books, that doesn't feel like it runs out of steam after the 3rd book. The Harry potter series was one of my favorites when I was in 5th grade but became a chore to read after the Half Blood Prince; it felt like it had a lot of filler and too much character building the second time round. I understand the kids grew up, but their actions told me everything I needed to know. The Dark Tower series never sputters, slows down, or loses touch with the reader. And no sappy tween romance drama or sparkling vampires! No cheap attention getters. Just a great sci-fi story reaching beyond the typical standards of a great sci-fi story.

10 The Sword of Truth Series - Terry Goodkind

Sword of Truth is so easy to read and dive into. Is it the most twisted plot or the most intricate political book? No. Is it full of grey characters that you never know who will die? Not really. Is it heart stopping, mad gallop, hold on to your pants action? YES. Is it deep and meaningful and forces you to look at yourself and where you find your truth? Yes. Is it deeply romantic, frighteningly bloody and wonderfully filled with anything and everything someone would want from an amazing series? ABSOLUTELY.

This series will make you cry, pump your fist in adulation, and chew your nails till you have none left. Start reading and buckle up, because this book starts with a bang and doesn't really stop until the series is over.

I remember looking at the beginning of Wizard’s First Rule and I had no idea of the scope I was getting into.

The best by far, Goodkind is a phenom all writer who knows how to evoke great emotion, and create well rounded, fully developed characters. His themes are great, and his books have made me a better person. Robert Jordan is good, and Tolkien is amazing as well, but Goodkind and the Sword of Truth is simply the best of the best.

There are plot similarities between Wheel of Time and Sword of Truth, but I don't see how that makes Goodkind a plagiarist, under that definition every fantasy after Tolkien was ripped off.

Both series are awesome, by the way.

The Contenders

11 Inheritance Cycle - Christopher Paolini

Inheritance is the best book that I have ever read. Every single character is so deeply woven into the fabrics. If you lose one character, then you lose the entire book. - CBro7

I love each and every series above this one, but people, read the list title! This is by far the most imaginative and multi -dimensional series of all time. Everything is described with intimate detail, al the way down to the very laws of magic and how it manages to interweave with the laws of physics as we know them. The experience of being with Eragon through his entire journey and watching him develop as both a person and character, along with the bond between Eragon and Saphira is unrivalled by any book or series that anyone could possibly name. The sheer multitude of facets to the story provide an experience like none other when you read these books. I literally couldn't put the books down. People, you have to vote for this!

Awesome books that are hard to put down. Each page is filled with new moments that keep you reading on. This books have strong characters. The fact that the books have many pages is just good, because I love books that have many pages.

This series is as tedious and boring as the ending is unsatisfactory. I admit there are some good parts, but there are too few in between long boring segments where you want to gouge out your eyeballs. Paolini's inexperience is painfully obvious. If you're over 18 don't waste your time with this and read Tolkien or Abercrombie.

12 Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel - Micheal Scott

This series brings historical and fictional characters to life, while bringing the center of the readers attention to the characters lives, personalities, and characteristics along with just the storyline.

I'm so happy this is above Hunger Games. Less known it may be but a truly remarkable series

I love how many mythologies and historical figures it has without being boring

This is the best series I have read so far he should make more like this

13 The Hunger Games - Suzanne Collins

This is not epic fantasy, but this is the best book ever. This is the book that actually got me in to reading. And the book that made me realize that I actually like romance. The book goes by in a rightful speed, so describted and I just can't stop reading! I LOVE THIS BOOK so MUCH!

Absolutely stunning series, I could not put them down! The series is a perfect balance of complex characters, exceptional description, and plenty of twists and turns to keep you turning pages. I found myself holding my breath multiple times throughout the books, and was saddened when it came to an end.

Absolute best series I have ever read. Words can't describe how I feel now that its over, I just wish it would have never ended. It was so well written very easy to follow. This beautiful set of books will without a dought draw you in, making you want yo read more and more. I can agree with others as well I did find myself holding my breath on some parts of each book.

An amazing series which I read day and night forgetting to sleep and eat. It conveys complicated human emotions other than friendships, romance and hatred. In other words it speaks of many things we don't find in other books. And the perfect fictional male character in the book was Peeta. And book didn't conclude with an epic ending but in a twist and broken down pieces...It's just great!

14 The Way of Kings (Stormlight Archive, Book One) - Brandon Sanderson

An epic in making. By the time Sanderson is done with it, I believe it will go down as one of the greatest series ever penned.

It is the book that saved me from the "pop culture" trap. None of this teenage heartthrob an/pro-tagonist bull. A truly wonderful, expansive, enriching, and unrivaled experience. I can't say much else of what I've read holds a candle to the genius that is Brandon Sanderson.

Do keep in mind that there are many characters with many motivations. No one truly fills a role for the sake of the role. Every character is unique and will carve a special alcove in your heart.

The author just knows how to build the most fascinating worlds then fill them with the most diverse and painfully beautiful personalities. Anything by Brandon will have you begging for more.

I would ask you to kindly direct yourself to the nearest bookstore/library and pick up as many copies of as many books by this god among men as you can fit in you '02 Taurus. God knows once you clear out all of the empty redbulls and paper sacks from wendy's you'll have plenty of room.

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This book series is like crack, I started one chapter and read until I almost passed out.

This easily needs to be in the top three. Characters draw you in, they show amazing development, and you fall in love with them. This is going to be a massive story the likes of The Wheel of Time series and I'll be on the edge of my seat waiting for each one.

15 The Pendragon Series - D. J. MacHale

Best book series I have ever read. It is awesome the way it came up with an idea that not a single person had ever used before and turn it into a massive ten book series. He is on my top 5 artist list

This is the best book of all time! I have read the entire series 3 times and have loved even more every time! This book has given me tons of confidence because of all that Bobby had gone through. - Lord_Allen

Amazing book. This series belongs higher in the list. "That is the way it was meant to be" There's double meaning in that last sentence, if you read the books, you would know what I mean.

I've read harry potter, the lord of the rings, the hunger games, started the eragon series, the dark tower series and many others. I can without question say this will be my favorite book series of all time!

16 Broken Empire Trilogy - Mark Lawrence

This series is one of my favourites. I have never read a fantasy with an anti hero before. I found it extremely dark but found myself I love with Jorge... Characterization was good. I really felt for him.

17 The Kane Chronicles - Rick Riordan

Should be higher on the list! This series got me into Egyptology and it's so amazing! I love how well Rick Riordan combines modern day with the past, and fact with fiction. Pure genius. - WindNinja11

18 Warriors Series - Erin Hunter

WHY IS THIS 18th? I has love, death, action, battles, friends, and everything a good series should have. It is also the biggest series I've ever read. If you don't love warrior cats GO TO THE DARK FOREST! ( Only people who read warriors know what this means )

WHY IN THE WORLD IS THIS 18TH! IT SHOULD BE WAY HIGHER!
Go to the dark forest you badger brained fox-heart! This is the best book series ever! - sun_dapple

they really should go to the dark forest (inside joke) and it should be at least first

WHY is this 21? honestly this is the best book series mankind has ever known and probably the longest too. I love all the characters and events, feelings etc. I hope that other people see that too because if you don't see it then your as blind as Brokenstar was. (only warrior fans will know who that is).

Comment if you agree!

My second favorite series,but I haven't read the chapter books

19 Peter and the Starcatchers - Ridley Pearson and Dave Barry

One of the best I have ever read! Peter and the starcatchers has an amazing twisting plot with a Chang of pace every few books. This amazing series deserves more readers than it gets.

20 Ranger's Apprentice - John Flanagan

THIS SHOULD BE HIGHER ON THE LIST. It's so amazing, it's the first book series that I truly fell in love with. The characters are extremely well written and the plot is amazing. Great humor, fun adventures, and of course, we always enjoy reading about Halt throwing people into moats - WindNinja11

These books are impossible to put down, they are so good. I read the series in 2 months, and there are ten books at least. They are humorous, action packed, and are addicting also!

Pure genius. I love this series. There are so many action scenes and the description is amazing. I've read the series twice and I can't wait to read the next and last book of the series, the royal ranger.

The best book ever! So exciting and sometimes it makes me cry! Even better than Harry Potter! I love RA. I've been scolded by my mom because I kept reading it

21 The Mortal Instruments - Cassandra Clare

I'm ten and I love the mortal instruments. I read all the books. My favorite one was the city of lost souls. It had such a weird twist to the tale, I mat say, Cassandra really convinced me that she's the best writer.

Clare just took urban fantasy to a whole new level. Great characters, great character development, dialogue, plot, and everything. I love the concept and execution. Cheers to her!

The world building is so detailed

I don't think it's the best, I voted cause it's in my top 5
It's just amazing, breathtaking and fun

22 Mistborn Series - Brandon Sanderson

Between this and Name of the Wind. Everything else far behind.

One of the best series I've ever ever read

Fantastic and enjoyable - top 5

Should be top 5!

23 Magic Tree House - Mary Pope Osborne

I don't really like Magic Tree House, very childish - Swiftdawn

24 The Belgariad - David Eddings

It's amazing how Eddings has managed to build personalities that are so real that I feel I know each and everyone of them personally. I almost wish this series can be made into movies so that people will realise how awesome the entire series is, but I'm also afraid that the director will screw it up, because how can anyone build as good a world as Eddings did?

I read all his books and the Belgariad three times. It is an amazing story and very well written.

This is one of the best series I have ever read! I could not get home from work fast enough to continue reading.

Really good books entertaining and not BORING READ THIS

25 Maximum Ride - James Patterson

I saw the movie for this on Netflix it's ok I wish they made a second one - Lavamoon

One of my all time favorite books ever!

Just loved it nice easy read

A great story with action, romance, comedy, and adventure. james patterson has once again shown us that he can create great books for people of all ages. - cielphantomhive

26 Conan Series - Robert E. Howard
27 Malazan Book of the Fallen Series - Steven Erikson

This series is worth the effort. I've read the entire series and I'm waiting impatiently for Erikson to complete the next related series. It is truly that awesome.

All time favorite series. Such an expansive and detailed world with top notch characters and stories. Can't recommend it enough.

Can't believe this isn't top. Only Tolkien's middle earth can come any where close to the epic setting and history of this series.

Great read for those with enough imagination to take in the full scope of the story! Top ten of all time I think

28 Land of Oz Series - L. Frank Baum

it's awesome, trust me.

29 Halo Series - Eric Nylund

These books are awesome. They help expand the halo mythos while also going into personalities of characters like Master Chief that aren't explored in the games.

30 Red Wall Series - Brian Jacques

These books are amazing! They pulled me in when I read the first page, and you don't have to read them in order, you can read them in any order you want, and it will make sense in any of those ways.

31 Empire Trilogy - Raymond E. Feist and Janny Wurts

Absolutely awesome read. Your drawn into the characters from the 1st page...

32 Junie B. Jones - Barbara Parks

Love these, but not a fantasy - SassyEquine

33 The Spiderwick Chronicles - Holly Black

I found what looked like a small hardcover journal in the library one day and I read the back. I was immediately intrigued, as there was just a riddle and a leaf covering part of it! These books are so beautiful. The world seems so real and it really makes you want to keep reading. There is mystery in every book and I couldn't stop reading. If you love fantasy and mystery, these books are for you!

Definitely. The Spiderwick Chronicles. All day.

34 Edge Chronicles - Paul Stewart
35 Rift War Series - Raymond E. Feist

Still one of my favorite series, right up there with Lord of the RIngs. Raymond Feist is a master author who brings his land and people to life.

A must read leaves Tolkien standing

Hands down, best series I ever read, and I think I'll read it again. the riftwar series is just a series of about 10 which complement each other. definitely a must-read

36 His Dark Materials - Phil Pullman

How is this not in the top 10? These books are not just about some kid and her adventures, they broaden the mind and open your eyes to things you never really thought about before picking up a strange-looking book titled The Golden Compass. Phillip Pullman's world will engulf you and you will never be able to shake it off completely.

Fantastic series, and my favorite books of all time. Phillip Pullman creates a world you want to get lost in, and believe me, you'll have no trouble at that.

The first fantasy series I ever read, and I will never forget these books. Re-reading them as a adult added new depth to the series.

Did you know daemons are real. Please discover your daemon and talk to it and make daemon videos.

37 Dragon Prince - Melanie Rawn

This series should be higher ranked! While written over 30 years ago, it reads current! Love it!

38 Gregor the Overlander Series - Suzanne Collins

Hunger Games series was great. But Suzanne Collin's other series, Gregor the Overlander, is even better. Don't let the silly covers and oversized font fool you. These books take the reader on an emotional journey through a strange new world and pushes the limits on the characters resolves. The books get better and better. Masterpiece.

39 The Dark Elf Trilogy - R. A. Salvatore

Has Salvatore been blackballed. This along with Ice Wind Dale trilogy easily top 10.

This is a awesome read!

THIS IS A FANTASTIC TRILOGY. DARK, BUT SO THRILLING! I HAVE READ THESE BOOKS SEVERAL TIMES OVER AND LOVE THEM!

40 Sisters Grimm

Entertaining on audio discs for adults and children

Very good - WindNinja11

41 Ender's Game - Orson Scott Card

The one sci-fi book I recommend to non sci-fi readers...

42 Chronicles of Prydain - Lloyd Alexander

This series got me hooked on fantasy. I read it when I was 9 or 10 first and loved it. Reread it in high school, loved it. Reread it when I bought for my daughter this year still love it

These books are amazing! I wish I had discovered them sooner because the lesson they teach are so powerful. Love love love these books!

This series was a childhood favorite but when I read it as an adult the layers of epic story truly came out. It is and will always be a corner stone of fantasy for me.

-BlackLeaf

43 The Kingkiller Chronicles - Patrick Rothfuss

This is the best story I have read since Lord of the rings 30 years ago. Should be #2 and when the last book is done, it could be #1. Read it.

Can't believe this series is at 30. Though its still not complete it redefines epic adventure through beautiful prose and character development. This one is steeped with richness read it now!

The writing is so beautiful and fluent that it is almost one long song, which you can't wait to hear the next part of.

One of the best fantasy books I have ever read. And I have covered most of the Top Ten.

44 Artemis Fowl - Eoin Colfer

Epic series really hard to put down without completing it

Should be higehr

45 Memory, Sorrow and Thorn Series - Tad Williams

I started to read these books and could not put them down.

46 Magic Kingdom of Landover Series - Terry Brooks
47 Realm of the Elderlings - Robin Hobb

The best books I've ever read. Read all 9 of them back to back as they are essentially one giant story.

Unique and absolutely enthralling world with emotional depth and wonderfully evolving characters!

Absolute all time favourite series!

Epic series the leaves you gripped and Ronen fun reading

48 The Dresden Files - Jim Butcher

Fantastic series I love the character development and sarcastic and defiant nature of the main character. Not a flawless Hero but just a Guy who happend tot be gifted with magical powers and a mindset that forces him to aid the weaker and troubled, even if most of the times it comes at a price.

Fantastic fantasy series, with the flawed hero in the flawed world.

One of my faves. can't wait to see how Harry gets away from Mab, or will he? I'm betting on YES,

49 The Vampire Chronicles - Anne Rice
50 GONE Series - Michael Grant

THE BEST SERIES EVER

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