5 for 5 – Favorite Fantasy or Sci Fi Series with my oldest son Stig

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My son and I sit down to talk about our top 5 fantasy or sci-fi series in books. There are a couple of minor spoilers here and there.

Series mentioned (in no particular order):
Song of Ice and Fire – George R. R. Martin
Lord of the Rings – J.R.R. Tolkien
Sword of Shannara trilogy – Terry Brooks
Riftwar Saga – Raymond E. Feist
Dune – George Herbert
Mists of Avalon – Marion Zimmer Bradley
DragonLance Chronicles/Legends – Margart Weis & Tracy Hicks
Belgariad – David Eddings

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Comments

fred kelly says:

Stick to fantasy, you people have only a passing association to sf like all your kind.

Music and Books and Other Stuff says:

I heard somewhere that Terry Brooks pronounces it SHAN-na-ra. Don't feel too bad about having LotR at #5. I'm not sure if it would even be in my top 5. I disagree about it being well-written. It felt like reading a history textbook. A really cool story with a boring narration

Doug Yurchey says:

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rap for life man says:

how is your fuking fifth lotr no ficking way nah nah anh hey its your choice tho..

Holdthe Mayo says:

This video is a bit old, but good. So here's my list.
1. Song of Ice and Fire
2. Lord of the Rings
3. Dragonlance Chronicles.
4. The Sword of Truth
5. The Dark Tower – Stephen King

The Green Mind says:

my top scfi/fantasy books that really changed my life forever would be
1-Magician
2-Dune
3-Sword of shannarah
4-lord of the rings
5-the Silmarillion

Mora N says:

Such a great discussion!

TheBirdThatWhistles says:

The Wheel of Time?
No?
O.K :/

Wadah Adlan says:

There's a cool Dune Documentary which documents the almost impossible endeavor to translate Dune to film

Kyle Blake says:

Came across a jewel about a week ago and I believe that it is a story that needs to be given life. It's called "The Kingdoms of Hairpetah." By Chiedu Obusez. I am not exactly sure why I am so excited about the story, but I feel it could be the next best hit. The book reads like a movie–I have never experienced that before. Slow start, however, a wonderful story with amazing characters. The author, I think is African, but he writes like a European. I just want to recommend it and be the first on record to make the bold prediction of its success. Thanks! 

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