Originally Posted by whoman69
Incarnations of Immortality is one of my favorites. It humanizes the concepts of death, time, war, nature, fate, good and evil. Looking it up because I couldn't remember them all, didn't know he put out a new one a couple of years ago. Sci Fi bookclub doesn't carry Anthony anymore. I have to get it.
Its Xanth, btw. That is a good series, but its up to over 30 volumes now.
Herp derp, you're right. I wasn't thinking and put "Zanth". I bought and read the first chunk of the series, but I think I gave up around "The Color Of Her Panties". The puns were weighing it down so much and the stories were just too simple. I really enjoyed Bio Of A Space Tyrant, Incarnations Of Immortality and Battle Circle though. I have a hard time recommending his body of work because there is just so much utter crap littered around, and the quality of his work within series wavers a lot.