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Why read fantasy? posted 17 March 2006 in Literature DiscussionWhy read fantasy? by Edge of Certainty, Subdidact

usually, I'm more into samurai fiction (not a very popular genre), but one day I found this book called "Across the Nightengale floor." It was more fantasy than samurai fiction and from there I started to experiment with more fantasy. I guess at that time, I became bi-genre-curious, and then, after a while, I gave up samurai fiction alltogether (I'd read most of the samurai fiction books, anyway). But really, I'd read some of Tolkien's works , and so the idea of the fantasy genre has always appealed to me. view post


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