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    Re: The Lord Of The Rings Vs The Inheritance Cycle

    Lord of the rings
     
         

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    Re: The Lord Of The Rings Vs The Inheritance Cycle

    Inheritance cycle for me, keeps the reader guessing about what will happen next, which I think is brilliant to have in books as the reader attention isn't lost after reading.
     
         

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    Re: The Lord Of The Rings Vs The Inheritance Cycle

    Quote Originally Posted by voids View Post
    Inheritance cycle for me, keeps the reader guessing about what will happen next, which I think is brilliant to have in books as the reader attention isn't lost after reading.
    loled so hard at this..
     
         

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    Re: The Lord Of The Rings Vs The Inheritance Cycle

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    loled so hard at this..
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    Re: The Lord Of The Rings Vs The Inheritance Cycle

    I like both of em. Since Tolkien basically set the standard for almost every modern fantasy novel ever written, I have to side with LOTR.
     
         

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    Re: The Lord Of The Rings Vs The Inheritance Cycle

    I have to say Inheritance Cycle by default as well. I haven't got around to reading The Lord of the Rings yet. Or watching the movies for that matter. :/
     
         

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    Re: The Lord Of The Rings Vs The Inheritance Cycle

    I have to say Lord of The Rings Read the books and watched the movies, including the extend versions

    And I have to say, they are some of the greatest movies I have seen and most awesome books I have read.
     
         

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    Re: The Lord Of The Rings Vs The Inheritance Cycle

    I love the inheartence cycle..Eragon FTW!!!
     
         

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    Re: The Lord Of The Rings Vs The Inheritance Cycle

    LoTR, by soooo much.

    I enjoyed the Inheritance books somewhat, but it was way to cliche' fantasy, I didn't see anything from him that was really different from most fantasy books, whereas in the LoTR tolkin literally makes his own universe, from language, to geography, to history, whereas Paloni does do this, but not nearly as well, and his are kinda a rip off of tolkin's if you ask me.

    Plus a lot of the inheritance was simply unwonted, I remember a full 30+ page chapter where the dwarf king is explaining this rock he is forming to eragon, and thats it, no more reference to it, just a waste of thirty pages. It seemed like those books could've been written in 300-400 pages and said the same story.
     
         

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    Re: The Lord Of The Rings Vs The Inheritance Cycle

    The rings lords win.. I don't have to explain why
     
         

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