Hello bookworms! Can you recommend a good stand-alone fantasy novel? Thank you?Hello bookworms! Can you recommend a good stand-alone fantasy novel? Thank you? Cherlyn #recommend #fantasy
what about night circus?
Eyes of the Dragon, Stephen King.
The Hobbit, J.R.R. Tolkien.
Is it considered a stand alone? I thought it was a prequel to Lord of the Rings? I loved the Hobbit. Read it three times!
Good question. I always said standalone but not too sure what most would think. It’s the same world and has some overlapping characters
It was written long before LotR was even thought of, so deffo a stand-alone! Although obviously the later series builds on it ?
If you are not looking for a deep read..Magic Kingdom For Sale, Sold! By Terry Brooks Is delightful. Got me into fantasy.
That’s actually not a stand alone though, it’s part of a series.
I didn’t realize that was a series
@Sean The series is called. “Magic Kingdom of Landover” and has 6 books all together.
I’m reading Spinning Silver by Naomi Novik right now and it might be the best book I’ve ever read.
Uprooted by her was also an awesome stand alone!
@Joy I am going to read that next. I never want Spinning Silver to end
Sacred ground by Mercedes lackey
If I pay thee not in gold by Mercedes lackey and piers anthony
I just read Azure Kingdom.
The Neverending Story, Ella Enchanted, Dust (Arthur Slade)
Cruel Beauty & Crimson Bound by Rosamund Hodge
Imajica by Clive Barker
The Master and Margarita, Mikhail Bulgakov
The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss.
Part of a series … tragically unfinished ?
@Joy the original poster did say “stand alone” huh? I read the first book and was satisfied though. Everyone is different I guess.
The Graveyard Book- Neil Gaiman
Faerie Tale, by Raymond Feist.
Tigana by Guy Gabriel Kay
Elantris!!!!! Sooooo good
Howls Moving castle
Magic Kingdom for sale: Sold.
Faerie Tale by Raymond E Feist
The Redemption Of Althalus by David Eddings!