Journeyed there and back again
One thing I've noticed by looking at the greatest fantasy novels lists on this website is that there is very few horror novels on it. The only horror authors who seems to get much credit is Stephen King. I remember a little while back there was some discussion addressing the fact that people don't view horror under the same umbrella as fantasy. Unfortunately the lists on this website seem to perpetuate this ignorance. I haven't read much horror but I've seen other greatest fantasy novel lists that had plenty of horror novels on them... I read Summer of Night a few months ago and thought it was a great novel - certainly a lot better than a lot of the novels on the greatest fantasy novels list. It was chilling, terrifying, vivid, and there was plenty of sophisticated details on top of that. It did everything that a great horror novel should. But it was full of impossibilities therefor making it a fantasy novel. I doubt that all horror novels can technically be classified as a fantasy novel, but this topic certainly warrants some discussion. I would like to here all of your opinions about this subject.