CUSFS' Favourite Obvious Fantasy Classics ¤ by The Librarian

Maybe on a smaller scale then the Epic Fantasy titles, there is something timeless about these books.

  • The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe ¤ C. S. Lewis

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  • Guards! Guards! ¤ Terry Pratchett, 1989
    Book 8 of the Discworld series

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  • The Once and Future King ¤ T. H. White, 1996

    The definitive modern take on the timeless tale of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round table. The legends of King Arthur date back to medieval Europe, and have become some of the dominant myths of Western culture. In The Once & Future King, T. H. White reinvents the story for a modern audience. The novel starts by introducing the read ... [more]

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  • Redwall ¤ Brian Jacques, 1990

    The mousemaid Mariel is washed up on the shores of Mossflower country, half-drowned, battered and bruised but still alive! She has no idea of her identity but her incredible story of badger lords, fighting hares and Gabool the Wild Warlord of the Waters gradually unfolds and helps Redwall Abbey in its latest battle against evil sea rats . ... [more]

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  • Daggerspell ¤ Katharine Kerr, 1993

    The first volume of the celebrated Deverry series, an epic fantasy rooted in Celtic mythology that intricately interweaves human and elven history over several hundred years.

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  • The Princess Bride: S. Morgenstern's Classic Tale of True Love and High Adventure ¤ William Goldman, 1999

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  • Wizard Of Earthsea ¤ Ursula K. Le Guin, 1971

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  • The Last Unicorn ¤ Peter S. Beagle, 1968

    Recounts the quest of the last unicorn, who leaves the protection of the enchanted forest to search for her own kind, and who is joined by Schmedrick the Magician and Molly Grue in her search.

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