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The Last Hearld-Mage: Magic's Pawn, by Mercedes Lackey. The beginning of a great trilogy, this series is known for having a homosexual main character portrayed as a moral, normal person, which was unusual back in 1989.

The Last Hearld-Mage: Magic's Pawn, by Mercedes Lackey. The beginning of a great trilogy, this series is known for having a homosexual main character portrayed as a moral, normal person, which was unusual back in 1989.

14 books every Shakespeare fanatic will love- plus other authors too!

14 YA Restagings of Classic Works of Literature

I would definitely have to have this too.  The tenth anniversary edition has author's preferred text which added several pages of additional material <3

I would definitely have to have this too. The tenth anniversary edition has author's preferred text which added several pages of additional material <3

Second book in the most read series I own. Such great story telling and visuals.

Second book in the most read series I own. Such great story telling and visuals.

Third book in the most read series I own and probably my favorite of the three. Amazing and wonderful book

Third book in the most read series I own and probably my favorite of the three. Amazing and wonderful book

Alien vs. Alien, Book 6 in the Alien/Katherine "Kitty" Katt series; artwork by Daniel Dos Santos

Alien vs. Alien, Book 6 in the Alien/Katherine "Kitty" Katt series; artwork by Daniel Dos Santos

{Fantasy} When Darkness Falls is the final novel in the Obsidian Mountain trilogy by Mercedes Lackey and James Mallory.

{Fantasy} When Darkness Falls is the final novel in the Obsidian Mountain trilogy by Mercedes Lackey and James Mallory.

When I first read this book in the 1970s, I fell in love with the world created by Tolkien.  Of course I was "hooked" and had to read the Lord of the Rings trilogy that continued Bilbo Baggins's adventure.  Tolkien's creation is such a gift to the world.  This is one of my all-time favorites.

When I first read this book in the 1970s, I fell in love with the world created by Tolkien. Of course I was "hooked" and had to read the Lord of the Rings trilogy that continued Bilbo Baggins's adventure. Tolkien's creation is such a gift to the world. This is one of my all-time favorites.

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