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I loved those books when I read them in middle school, though I haven't read them since then. They were very well done in how they portrayed many typical fanatsy aspects in a humorous way, while at the same time not taking it too far.abzdragon said:Dealing with Dragons by Patricia Wrede
(she has three more in the series: Searching for Dragons, Calling on Dragons, and Talking to Dragons... I really enjoyed them all)
Christopher Paolini's Eragon and Eldest. They are in my top 10. I recommend them. Wont be disapointed. Nice Twists and action. Ages 12-20. Although you could read it if your older. You mightn't like a few things. EG. NO S3X!!!