r/Fantasy_Bookclub

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created in 2011
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This subreddit is exclusively for the discussion and recommendation of Fantasy Books. We run three monthly features: a nominated Book of the Month, a discussion on a New Release Novel, and a sponsored Recommendation Thread. Beyond that, any Fantasy book related discussions are allowed.
https://reddit.com/r/Fantasy_Bookclub/

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