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Old 05-29-2012, 06:53 PM   #18
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Seems to me you can't ignore the market success of JK Rowling or Stephenie Meyer.
I don't see why not. Dan Brown's Da Vinci Code would certainly never make a top 10 of mine, except maybe the Top 10 Books I'd Rather Eat Than Read Again.

I enjoyed the Harry Potter books, but I don't think they'd make my top 10.

Robin Hobb is the only really glaring omission, to me. You could argue that many of the others belong in different categories (SF, Urban Fantasy, Horror, whatever).

And Xanthe, good luck getting all of those into your Top 10.
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