Fluent in Fantasy: A Guide to Reading Interests (Genreflecting Advisory Series)
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Fluent in Fantasy: A Guide to Reading Interests (Genreflecting Advisory Series)

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The rich and complex genre of fantasy fiction appeals to readers of all ages. Designed for readers' advisors and collection development specialists in public, school, and college libraries, this in-depth guide expands upon the material on fantasy fiction offered in Genreflecting. Herald offers a historical and structural overview of the genre, describes 15 subgenres and a

Hardcover, 260 pages
Published June 15th 1999 by Libraries Unlimited
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Already out of date and surprisingly limited. Not really something you "read," as it's a reference book.
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I've had a lifelong passion for fiction and for putting people together with books. I never learned how to read, I just knew how from a very young age. I was thrilled to start kindergarten since I was sure I would find some books I hadn't read yet. I usually read between 300 and 500 books a year, mostly science fiction, fantasy, mystery, thrillers, romance, historical,and YA.

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