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> I too enjoyed the BJT, but Anne writes Fantasy pulp fiction. She'shumorous
> and tends to make fun of pulp fiction and thus herself. Herwriting reminds
> me vaguely of JK Rowlying, they both poke fun of themselves and theworld at
> large, and spin new myth from old.I liked BJT too, but the strength of the Triliogy was in the first
book. After that, her style became watered down and a bit trite. As
Steven Brust's Vlad Taltos Series
C.J. Cherryh's Foreigner, Fortress, and Rider Series'
Stephen R. Donaldson's Covenant the Unbeliever and Gap Series'
Guy Gavirel Kay's Lions of Al-Rassan, Tigana, and Song
Ursula LeGuin's Earthsea and Left Hand of Darkness
Patricia A. McKillip's Winter Rose and anything else
George R.R. Martin's Song of Ice and Fire
Roger Zelazny's Amber
Also entertaining but not as good are Michelle West's FIRST book and
Katherine Kurtz's early works (before the mid-90's)...