This list is too universal
Just to make my point clear, I have never complained about the content of the list as "too American", I was referring more to the titles which sometimes mislead some of us non US citizens, and make the list seem like it´s universal when most of the times they are not.
@enough - I like your proposal
@Maggot - I agree
Drop it, I´ve tried (for years now) to make Jamie more considerate and conscious about the titles of these lists, either he never reads comments anymore or he doesn´t give a shit about it.
I recommend you to focus on the good material (you´ll find plenty on this site), and forget about the megalomania and short sights of some people.
Good Top 10 Underrated American Fantasy Stories List BTW.
In fact I´m giving him thumbs up so we can even his count at 0 and maybe then he´ll stop trolling. If there´s something I hate more than a stupid troll is a boring one.
"Leaving Las Vegas" by John O'Brien
Fantastic novel, I refused to watch the movie after reading such a great book, oh and the author also blew his brains out.
Please mention one "classic" which is written sloppily, I can´t wait to know which authors you consider classic.
Have you ever heard of terms such as bidimensional characters, common places, pretentiousness? Because all that applies to Dan Brown´s lousy work, I had the courage to read the whole Angels and Demons, I only endured it because I needed to know if it wasn´t a truly sophisticated joke, it wasn´t.
That´s how bad it was, regardless of how many books he sells he is bad, very bad, believe me.
errr.. may I be the partypooper here?
I recommend Yukio Mishima´s novel "The Temple of the Golden Pavilion" for an expert opinion on this matter, genius manipulative techniques in there.
You are a funny asshole Woyzeck, I tell you.