Keeping the Balance Between Good and Evil: The GrimFaerie Chronicles

Fans of thrillers and fantasy novels alike shouldn’t hesitate to pick up The GrimFaerie Chronicles by Whit McClendon. This compelling trilogy is part of the growing urban fantasy genre, a literary style that combines elements of crime thrillers and fantasy novels. Urban fantasy books are often set in modern times in real-world locations, but characters can range from humans to demons to faeries. Protagonists tend to be fiercely loyal with a strong moral code that motivates them to use their p... [Read More...]

YA Urban Fantasy Novels by Hadley Thorne

Realism, myth, magic, and sci-fi collide in a gripping urban fantasy saga by author and podcast creator Hadley Thorne. Thorne expertly ties in supernatural and mythical elements with relevant current events, including the Covid-19 pandemic. Her books are geared towards teenagers, but anyone who enjoys fantasy is sure to be captured by this series! Tapestry of Worlds Part One: The White Raven Awakens Erika Lily has found herself in the midst of a strange group of friends, ranging from her boyfri... [Read More...]

YA Fantasy Adventure Series

Have you ever wished that you could live within your favorite fantasy novel? An exciting 4-part book series by Willliam David Ellis explores this concept with adventurous characters, mythical creatures, time travel, and plenty of humor to keep readers enraptured. If you enjoyed The Princess Bride, this series is for you. Ellis’s series, The Harry Ferguson Chronicles, is geared towards teens and young adults, but people of all ages will find the story unpredictably entertaining and delightful. ... [Read More...]

Top 20 Fantasy Book Blogs

Whether you’re into J.R.R. Tolkein’s The Lord of the Rings, J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter, or C.S. Lewis’s The Chronicles of Narnia, you likely can’t help but to become completely absorbed in a great fantasy novel. The exciting tales of magical creatures, wizards, dark magic, castles, and enchanted forests can hold anyone captive for hours on end, and yet the book always seems to come to an end far too soon. If you adore fantasy novels, you’re certainly not alone. There are many blogs ... [Read More...]