Eight only. I've read Feist's Magician, but that one appears to be a sequel? Can't count Grimm's cos who reads a whole book of fairy tales all the way through? Same with Silmarillion, began but got really bored with it. Absolutely insane there are no Pratchett, Alan Dean Foster, and only one Anne Rice (surely the Vampire Chronicles, while Horror yes, qualify also as Fantasy?) One Robert Jordan, no Gene Wolfe, no blarking Moorcock! I mean, come on!
I'm with Victoria (I wish!) - more into the older stuff I used to read afore the eyes began to give out. Half of these I have never heard of. Oh seriously? No Eddings? Are you blarking kidding me?? Who writes these lists, really?
Oh and I can confirm, for those who are unaware, that King does write fantasy stories (The Gunslinger/Dark Tower/something or other series).
I am about to read Sandman, so there's that, but again: no Donaldson, no Gardner or Morressey (yes they're comic fantasy but still), no Nancy Springer, no Piers Anthony, no... ah, I could go on and on and on but it's time for some warm miilk and bed. New upstarts.. mutter... fantasy not how I remember it... grumble... kids these dayzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz