I am looking for just fantasy book recommendations either old or newI am looking for just fantasy book recommendations either old or new Sydney #recommend #fantasy
Try Mercedes Lackey. She has a wide range of books that are light and quick to read.
I really enjoyed “War of the Flowers” by Tad Williams
Alice by Christina Henry
Fire Bringer by David Clement-Davies. Any book by Gregory Maguire will be a good choice. He does fairy tale retellings mostly.
I loved Fire-Bringer!
Currently reading Gardens of the Moon by Steven Erikson and enjoying it.
american gods, lord of the rings, the inheritance cycle
For young readers but enjoyable for adults:
The Hobbit by JRR Tolkien
The Golden Compass by Philip Pullman (first in His Dark Materials trilogy)
Harry Potter series
For older readers:
The Icewind Dale trilogy and Dark Elf trilogy by R.A. Salvatore
Uprooted by Naomi Novik
Shades of Magic trilogy by VE Schwab
Anything by Neil Gaiman or Patricia A. McKillip
Fallen by Lauren Kate, Twilight, Halo Trilogy by Alexandra Adornetto
@Kourtney loved all of those. I’m rereading twilight but was thinking of rereading halo soon too. ☺️
@Evelyn I’m reading new moon right now ???
@Evelyn I’m trying to read my whole bookshelf in the next two years
@Kourtney I’m rereading eclipse at the moment. I was not a fan of new moon I like the others more but that is different for everyone of course.
@Kourtney good luck!! I’ll probably need the rest of my life to read all the books I own real books and ebooks ???♀️
@Evelyn I’ve loved twilight since I was younger and parts of new moon piss me off so much
@Kourtney I know the feeling! But that could also be because I don’t really like Jacob
@Evelyn I like Jacob well technically I like Seth but Edward and Jacob both like to piss me off in new Moon
@Kourtney seth is cool too i also liked Jasper a lot. Yes they can both be very frustrating.
I love fallen did u know netflix have the movie
@Haylie it does?!?!?
@Kourtney yeah I watched it a while ago it’s actually http://good.uk/ netflix
@Haylie I don’t see it I’m in USA
@Kourtney it was way back last year maybe try some sites?I’ll check if it’s still on UK 1 but I watched it at least 6 times
@Kourtney it’s still on UK netflix
@Haylie it could be cause I’m in another country
@Kourtney that sucks?
@Haylie my step dad said he’ll try to find it for me
@Kourtney good luck try showbox
Pathfinder (first in a series) by Orson Scott Card
Terry Goodkind, David Eddings, David Gemmell, Trudi Canavan, Raymond E Feist, Tolkien, Sarah J Maas
Matched Series or The Giver Series
I’m gonna start this one tonight! ?
Try any & all Charles de Lint.
Dune series by Frank Herbert
American Gods…Neil Gaiman
Name of the Wind – by Patrick Rothfuss is amazing!
Chronicles of the Warlands by Elizabeth Vaughn. The first three make up a trilogy. It’s based on a romance and it has a historical feel to it. I absolutely loved it and have reread the first 3 books many times. All the books in the series are good.
The first six books from the Dragonlance series.
“Magic Kingdom, For Sale, Sold” by Terry Brooks
I love everything that has been written by Cassandra Clare. She writes the Mortal Instruments, the Infernal Devices, and recently the Dark Artifices series. Highly recommended.
Red Sister by Mark Lawrece. Furies of Calderon by Jim Butcher
ALL Mark Lawrence’s books…
All I have is old ones lol. The Barbed Coil by JV Jones is always one of my favs. The Shannara series by Terry Brooks. And the Exiles series by Melanie Rawn (she only wrote 2 out of a trilogy but they resolve quite nicely) 🙂
Inkheart trilogy is one of my favorites
Dragonriders of Pern, an oldie but goodie.
Check out books by @Eliza
Discworld , bartimaeus trilogy
Mortal instruments the city of bones it will blow ur mind it has like 3 or 4 parts
Also: Strange the Dreamer Series, Dorothy Must Die Series, Miss Peregrine Trilogy
Books by Karen Chance, Ilona Andrews or Scarlett Dawn are great