Whom do you like most J. R. R. Tolkien or George R. R. Martin?
Both writers are known for writing high fantasy fiction. A Song Of Ice And Fire and The Lord Of The Rings have everything to mesmerize readers. My favorite is Mr. Tolkien. What about you?
I was never a big Lord Of The Rings fan but I love A Song Of Ice And Fire, so I'd have to say George RR Martin.
That said, I tried reading LOTR in my early teens and started reading ASOIAF in my mid-20s, so I think the latter was a more suited age to the material. I bet I'd like LOTR if I re-read it now.
J.R.R Tolkien what a great and creative writer. Both of these two writers were magnificent and had vivid imaginations.
Tolkien for me. I loved LOTR so much I used to read it every couple of years for many many years. It isn't just the story but the way he uses the language. It is a pleasure to read something written so well.
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