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Some good Fantasy books there!
Got My Book 6 months ago
Thanks, just crossing my fingers that anyone with influence on producers is listening.
I think it's down to the rights holder, so for most of these the publisher. You might want to try writing them.
Got My Book 6 months ago
I only included those that I've already recommended / contacted people about unfortunately.
I like some of those Alan Dean Foster covers. I've read a few of his books but not nearly enough. Kilishandra is nice as well. I always get a little bummed when i look for an ebook of an older title and it's not there. :(
Got My Book 6 months ago
Yeah, it's a double blow when I can't get ebook or audiobook either. I still have my old paperbacks of most of these though.
Midu Reads 6 months ago
Tamora's books are also available as audiobooks? Didn't know that!
Got My Book 6 months ago
Yes, the ones done by Full Cast Audio usually have Tamara doing some of the narration as well.
Midu Reads 6 months ago
Awesome. Will check em out, thanks!
Amy (guest) 6 months ago
I’m always looking for some new science fiction and fantasy to read, so I really enjoyed your list. Great interpretation of this week’s topic! :)
Got My Book 6 months ago
Thanks. I hope you find a new favorite.
I have always been interested in the Ghost and the Goth series, I'll definitely have to check it out!
Got My Book 6 months ago
I hope you love it as much as I do.
Wow! All of these books sound interesting! Here’s my TTT!
Got My Book 6 months ago
Thanks.
What a great list of classic fantasy/SF books! I loved Killashandra, too - though I haven't re-read it recently, I bet it would make a great audio. Definitely more Patricia C. Wrede! And Shatterglass! I have read only half of the Chrestomanci books because I haven't been able to get them on audio from the library and have resorted to old-fashioned reading aloud to my son. Maybe Tam Lin by Pamela Dean or Mistress Masham's Repose by T.H. White for old favorites that are just not out on audio.
Got My Book 6 months ago
Oh, crud, I forgot Diana Wynne Jones! There are whole lot of her books that aren't available on audio (although I own a lot of the ones that are on Audible). I will have to start a new list.