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Old 03-03-2013, 11:02 PM   #40
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Guy Gavriel Kay's works are excellent (except Ysabel), one of the best fantasy writers in my opinion. However, I wouldn't say his novels are epic fantasy. Historical fantasy would probably be a better categorization. Wonderful books, nevertheless (except Ysabel). Tigana and A Song for Arbonne are probably my favourites, followed closely by Last Light of the Sun and Under Heaven.
I tend to agree with this. I loved Tigana, but I wouldn't have called it epic fantasy for some reason. I tend to think of it as literary, but historical is possibly better. I haven't read any of his others to know how well they would fit.
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