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If You Like Fantasy

The Gracekeepers
Earth in the future. The oceans have risen and some people are living on boats. -- Vera, Merrillville Brance
The Blade Itself
The Blade Itself is a great novel of fantasy. Joe Abercrombie's writing reminds of the older way of writing fantasy in a good way. -- Sean, Merrillville Branch
The Wise Man's Fear
For being his 2nd book ever, Patrick Rothfuss brings a new life into his emerging story. The world has expanded and it is a delight to read. -- Sean, Highland Branch
Illusionarium
It was strange, but in a good way. The mix of Victorian steampunk and sci-fi was interesting. -- Abby, Griffith-Calumet Twp Branch

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