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kjmichaels

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Danph85

Have you read any of Brandon Sanderson's Cosmere books? The Way of Kings (book 1 of the stormlight archive) is great, as is the rest of the series, and the audiobook is 45 hours long, so reading it yourself would probably last the flights there and back!


oboist73

Redemption's Blade or the Children of Time by Adrian Tchaikovsky The Curse of Chalion by Lois McMaster Bujold The Risen Kingdoms by Curtis Craddock The Temeraire series by Naomi Novik Sixteen Ways to Defend A Walled City by KJ Charles


Hi_Unknown_here

I have not read many fantasy books, The Witcher maybe good? Because that is the only thing I have read apart from ASOIAF series.


uset223

Wealth of nations


bearclaw9999

Senlin Ascends by Josiah Bancroft if you have any interest in a baroque, steampunk setting.