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It’s the season for list making, and Brainz.org pitches in with a top 10 fantasy series of all time list where they rank George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire as the greatest series of them all. This has naturally sparked a good deal of discussion on the web, such as at social bookmark site Digg (of course, some of the discussion is focued on the failure of Terry Goodkind’s “masterpiece” in not making the list ...)
Great a fan as I am, I admit I can’t put it ahead of The Lord of the Rings, but a high position in any such ranking is pretty much a given.
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