Recommend me some introductory fantasy reads please. (I’ve already read HP)Recommend me some introductory fantasy reads please. (I’ve already read HP) Susie #recommend #fantasy
Anything by Terry Pratchett.
JRR Tolkien, Terry Brooks, you might like mine if you like those authors. http://www.rkwheeler.com/
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Neil Gaiman, David Eddings Belgariad and Mallorian series.
I second David Eddings. Simply the best…..
@Michella that is so cool…DE was the second fantasy author my high school sweetheart introduced me to, but my all-time favorite. (Terry Brooks was the first, also a good author.)
Have you read David Eddings’ stand-alone, Redemption of Althalus?? It’s really good, too.
@Machelle I haven’t I’ll have to look for it. I have read Polgara and Belgarath books (a few time ?)
Rivers of London
Pendragon,fablehaven! If you enjoyed harry potter that is
The Wheel of Time series
Eragon is good too 🙂 Christopher Paolini.
Look up Mike Shelton. He has a ton of books out that are exactly the kind you’re looking for.
Throne of glass
The Lunar Chronicles
The mortal instruments
The Vampire Academy series
Jackson Pearce’s books
The assassin’s apprentice. The first book in Robin Hobbs Farseer trilogy ?
@Kat they are my favorite. I have read The Farseer Trilogy about 10 times in 10 years ? I finished all 16 books last year when the last one came out and I haven’t been able to pick them up since my heart still hurts a little ❤
The Name of the Wind. Redwall
David Eddings. The Belgariad.
Divergent, twilight, beautiful creatures, hunger games, northern lights.
@Louise read 3 out of 5 of those series. I agree with you on the ones I’ve read.
Terry Pratchett’s Discworld series. ?
The Temeraire series by Naomi Norvik if you like dragons is brilliant as is her stand alone novel Uprooted
I also really enjoyed the Hyddenworld series by William Horwood
Range of Ghosts by Elizabeth Bear. The Bear and The Nightingale by Katharine Arden. The Temeraire series by Naomi Novik.
City of Bones – cassandra Clare
The enemy series – Charlie Higson
Mercedes lackeys valdemar series
Green Angel – Alice Hoffman
Witch’s goblins and demons
Anything by Terry Pratchett , if you don’t mind very funny fantasy his Disc World series is great
The Belgariad and The Mallorean series by David Eddings also The Witches of Eileanan by Kate Forsyth.
Neil Gaiman, Terry Pratchett: Good Omens.
Erin Morgenstern: Night Circus.
karen Marie moning
5 children and It — E Nesbitt
the original Mary Poppins series by PL Travers. Not like the movie. Decent solid fantasy.
The Princes in Amber series by Roger Zelazny
Dragons of Pern novels by Anne McCaffrey. Shannara series by Terry Brooks. 🙂
The Shannara series and The Magic Kingdom of Landover series by Terry Brooks
The King Of Elfland’s Daughter by Lord Dunsany
The Golden Compass, by Philip Pullman
Elantris, by Brandon Sanderson
Neverwhere, by Neil Gaiman
Graceling, by Kristin Cashore
Mirage by somaiya daud