Epic New Fantasy Novels

Epic New Fantasy Novels

Welcome to your weekly guide on the best new books to read for the week. These brand new fantasy novels are amazing and ready to take you on a trip of a lifetime. So go ahead and get your hands on these books.   1. How the King of Elfhame Learned to Hate Stories by Holly Black Image via Amazon How the King of Elfhame Learned to Hate Stories, is an illustrated story that is apart of the Folk of Air trilogy. It tells the tales of Elfhame King Carden, before the Cruel Prince, during the Cruel Prince and after …

Summer Flings – 5 Fantasy Standalones

Summer Flings – 5 Fantasy Standalones

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As the summer draws to a close, here’s a list of the five best fantasy books you just have to read before autumn arrives! All these books aren’t set in the summer, but they’re still the perfect thing to pick up, no strings attached! Whether you like paranormal, high fantasy, or light horror, you’ll find the perfect book to read in the sun (without falling asleep).     Uprooted – Naomi Novik   Image via Amazon   If you’re not reading Novik yet, then you’re missing out! This is the perfect standalone to get you started. Set on the outskirts …

7 Unmissable Books for ‘Shadowhunters’ Fans

7 Unmissable Books for ‘Shadowhunters’ Fans

Happy Birthday, City of Bones! YA Fantasy superstar Cassandra Clare released her debut (the first entry into the sprawling Shadowhunters universe) on March 27th, 2007, which makes the book twelve years old. That would land it squarely in middle school—a familiar landscape which has nonetheless changed a lot since this book’s release. Some things have, of course, remained the same: children are mean and hormones so rarely help anyone. But there are some major differences—YA is more diverse; genre fiction is booming; and social issues have risen to the forefront of modern discourse.   Image Via Twilight Sleep   Cassandra Clare’s …

7 Unmissable Books for 'Shadowhunters' Fans

7 Unmissable Books for 'Shadowhunters' Fans

Happy Birthday, City of Bones! YA Fantasy superstar Cassandra Clare released her debut (the first entry into the sprawling Shadowhunters universe) on March 27th, 2007, which makes the book twelve years old. That would land it squarely in middle school—a familiar landscape which has nonetheless changed a lot since this book’s release. Some things have, of course, remained the same: children are mean and hormones so rarely help anyone. But there are some major differences—YA is more diverse; genre fiction is booming; and social issues have risen to the forefront of modern discourse.   Image Via Twilight Sleep   Cassandra Clare’s …