The list author says: "Anyone reading the fantasy genre now-a-days knows much of it is full of smut and overly sexualized. Fantasy has so much to offer and can be extremely entertaining without all this. Many claim the sexual lives of characters are important for realism. I can see their point, but is it really necessary to put it center stage and in obscene detail? If you are looking for excellent fantasy novels, that remain decent here are a few I'd recommend."
"Where most start their journey's in Middle Earth, myself included. Great fun, and an easier read if you're having trouble getting into LotR. Though it lacks the grandeur and scope of either LotR or the Silmarillion."
"A great contemporary series based on the opposing powers of order and chaos. It is a very intricate world, and Modesitt explores the nature of power and responsibility in each of his books. They do get a little repetitive plot-wise...but very enjoyable."
"The Temeraire series is amazing, especially for anyone with a love of fantasy and or history. Naomi Novic's plots sometimes leave something to be desired, but her characters and character development are wonderful."