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March 26th, 2013, 17:39
I would have listed Feist, but I find his later work to be too directive of his earlier stuff, sort of like Eddings that way. (Having said that, my first email address was Krondor@…). The good thing about The First Law, is that the trilogy is pretty good (the characters are great), but the books that come after are even better. Hobb is indeed excellent, especially the Tawney Man series (waiting for her to finish Rain Wilds before I jump on that one).

Lynch and Bakker were enjoyable, they didn't make my list because they don't have enough work out there yet to see if they have staying power (though, Bakker is getting there). I have not tried Abraham yet, but the recommend from GRRM makes him tempting to try (GRRM himself would have come with more than an honorable mention, were it not for the Bran chapters ).
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