13 Best Fantasy Books all of time

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13 Best Fantasy Books everyone should read

If you are a new or old-fictional reader, you may be wondering
what the top fantasy books are. This is a fair question. If you are a beginner
in the genre then it is popular what starts. Or perhaps you are curious to see
how mainstream your priorities are.

But in trying to answer this question, you will immediately run
into problems. How do we determine what is a top fantasy book? Sale? Let’s be
honest Some bestselling books may not be good. We can use ratings but as Reoter
Tasha discovered when he looked at the highest-rated books on Goodreads,
reader-generated rankings and lists lead to other problems. The actual number
of ratings can be very low. A book with a higher rating may raise a lower
rating more because of a greater reader rating. Many excellent series populate
the fantasy genre, and the longer the series, the more readers are likely to
find the first book. There is also no denying that some writers dominate the
genre. And if those authors are to be prolific, their books are being given
high status due to their extreme fan following.

Best Fantasy Books for everyone

1. A Game of
Thrones (A Song of Ice and Fire, Book 1)

winter is coming. The stern motto is House Stark, which pledges
allegiance to King Baratheon who is far-fetched in King’s Landing to King
Robert Baratheon. Robert’s name is Eddard Stark of the Winterfell Rules. There
his family lives in peace and comfort: his arrogant wife, Kellyanne; His sons
Rob, Brandon and Ricken; His daughters Sansa and Arya; And his bastard son, Jon
Snow. To the north, behind the huge wall, savory wailing and lies – unnatural
things re-represent the myth during the summer for centuries but prove to be
all real and all fatal in the turning of the season.


Yet an even greater threat to the South is under threat, where
John Aryan, The Hand of the King, died under mysterious circumstances. Now
Robert is riding Winterfell, bringing his queen, the lovely but cold Creedie,
his son, the cruel, vicious prince Joffrey, and the queen’s brothers Jaime and
the powerful and wealthy House Lannister’s fabrication, the first, without
equal A swordsman. The other is a dwarf with a stupendous mind. All going to
Winterfell and a spectacular encounter that will change the course of the
states.


Meanwhile, across the Nairo Sea, Prince Viser, the heir to the
fallen House Targaryen, who once ruled all of Westeros, planned to reclaim the
throne with the army of the Berberian Dothraki – the only coin of whose loyalty
he was Will Buy In: Beautiful yet innocent sister, Daenerys.


2.The Name of the Wind Mass
Market Paperback


2.The Name of the Wind Mass Market Paperback

Although
good writing certainly allows the fantasy genre, it is not necessarily a
necessity. Above all, we want a good story and as long as the prose is
readable, fine. The first novel by Rothfuss showed us that an epic fantasy
novel can not only do good writing, it can showcase beautiful prose. But the
most interesting thing about The Name of the Wind is its structure. When we are
a broken man after a fight, we meet Quoth for the first time. The mystery of
how he got to that last point from his debut as an audacious prodigy is part of
the series’ charm.






3.The Way of Kings


Lighted is a world of stones and storms. Incredible electric
brooms in rocky terrain so often that they have given shape to ecology and
civilization. The animals hide in the shells, the trees pull in the branches,
and the grass retreats into the earthen mound. Cities are built where the
topography provides shelter.

It has been around for
centuries since the fall of the Ten Ascended Orders known as the Knights, but
their shardsblade and sharplat remain: mysterious swords and armor suits that
turn ordinary men into near-invincible warriors. The men trade states for Shardbeld.
Wars were fought for them and won by them.

Such a war is called a shattered ground on a ruined landscape.
There, Kaladin, who traded his medical apprenticeship for a spear to protect
his younger brother, was reduced to slavery. In a battle that makes no sense,
where ten armies fight separately against the same enemy, she struggles to save
her men and to pat the leaders who consider her expendable.

Brightlord Dalinar Kholin
commanded one of those other armies. Like his brother, the late king, he was
fascinated by an ancient text called The Way of Kings. Troubled by the immense
power of the knights and knights of ancient times, they have begun to doubt
their own holiness.

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4.A Wizard of Earthsea


Originally published in 1968, Ursula K. Le Guinness a Wizard of
Earthsia now holds the first six beloved Earthly titles. Ged was the greatest
magician in Earthsia, but in his youth he was a careless sparrow. In his hunger
for power and knowledge, he manipulated long-held secrets and cast a terrible
shadow over the world. This is the story of his trial, how he mastered powerful
words of power, took the name of an ancient dragon, and crossed the threshold
of death to restore balance.

Time
to confess: I first discovered Legwyn through my science fiction. Until I was in
adulthood, I didn’t even think that she had written fiction either.
Unfortunately, the Earthsea series is probably best known for the whitewash
adaptation that aired on the SyFy channel. A true tragedy because anyone who
has read his books knows that Leggin was adept at depicting world-building and
culture.

5.Assassin’s Apprentice (The Farseer Trilogy,
Book 1)


Young Fitz is the bastard son of the noble Prince Chillery,
raised in the shadow of the royal court by his father, Gruff Stableman. He is
considered by all royalty as an ostracized man, except Satan King Shreyad, who
has read him secretly in the arts of the murderer. Magic skills run in Fitz’s
blood – and a child’s deep knowledge with stable wounds and was rejected by his
family.

 

As barbaric raiders ransacked
the shores, Fitz is rising to manhood. Soon he will face his first dangerous,
soul-shattering mission. And although some consider him a threat to the throne,
he may just be the key to the kingdom’s existence.


An
orphan’s life is harsh—and often short—in the mysterious island city of Camorr.
But young Locke Lamora dodges death and slavery, becoming a thief under the
tutelage of a gifted con artist. As leader of the band of light-fingered
brothers known as the Gentleman Bastards, Locke is soon infamous, fooling even
the underworld’s most feared ruler. But in the shadows lurks someone still more
ambitious and deadly. Faced with a bloody coup that threatens to destroy
everyone and everything that holds meaning in his mercenary life, Locke vows to
beat the enemy at his own brutal game—or die trying.
 
Praise for The Lies of Locke Lamora
 
“Fresh, original, and engrossing . . . gorgeously realized.”—George R. R.
Martin

 
“Right now, in the full flush of a second reading, I think The Lies of Locke
Lamora
is probably in my top ten favorite books ever. Maybe my top five. If
you haven’t read it, you should. If you have read it, you should probably read
it again.”—Patrick Rothfuss, New York Times bestselling author of The
Name of the Wind

“A unique fantasy milieu peopled by absorbing, colorful characters . . .
Locke’s wit and audacity endear him to victims and bystanders alike.”The
Seattle Times

 
“A true genre bender, at home on almost any kind of fiction shelf . . . Lynch
immediately establishes himself as a gifted and fearless storyteller, unafraid
of comparisons to Silverberg and Jordan, not to mention David Liss and even
Dickens.”Booklist (starred review)
 
“High-octane fantasy . . . a great swashbuckling yarn of a novel.”—Richard
Morgan

Ason has a problem. She does not remember anything before joining
hands with a girl in the school bus. He is apparently his girlfriend Piper, his
best friend is a child named Leo, and they are all students at Wilderness
School, a boarding school for “bad kids”. What he did here, Jason has
no idea, except that everything seems very wrong.

 

Piper has a secret. Her father has been missing for three days,
and her vivid nightmares reveal that she is in terrible danger. Her boyfriend
no longer recognizes her, and when a freak storm and bizarre creature attacks
during a school field trip, she drives Jason and Leo to a place called Camp
Hoff-Blood. What is happening?

 

Leo has a way with the instrument. His new cabin at Camp
Half-Blood is filled with him. Seriously, the place defeats the jungle school,
with its hands training, monsters and fine-looking girls. The disturbing thing
is that everyone keeps talking about it, and that a camper has gone missing.
Strange of all, his bunkers say they all belong to one god, including Leo.

 

The best-selling author of
the Percy Jackson series, Rick Riordan, adds action and suspense to The Hero,
the first book of The Hero of Olympus series. Fans of demi-gods, prophecies,
and quests will be left breathless – and panting for book two.


When Tessa Gray crosses the sea to find her brother, her
destination is England, time is ruled by Queen Victoria, and something terrible
awaits her in the Downworld of London, where vampires, warriors, and other
supernatural There are banging streets. Only Shadowists, warriors dedicated to
rid the world of demons, keep order amid the chaos.

 

Kidnapped by a secret organization called The Pandemonium Club,
Tessa discovers that she herself is a downworld with a rare ability: the power
to transform into another person. What’s more, Magister, the shadowy figure
running the club, will stop at nothing to claim Tessa’s power for her own good.

 

Friendless and hunted,
Tessa takes refuge with the Shadowhunters of the London Institute, who vow to
find her brother if he will use his power to help them. She soon finds herself
fascinated – and torn between two best friends: James, whose fragile beauty
hides a deadly secret, and Will, whose caustic wit and volatile mood keeps
everyone in his life at arm’s length Is … everyone, that, but Tessa. As his
quest draws him deep into the heart of a mysterious plot that threatens to
destroy the Shadowhunters, Tessa discovers that she has to choose between
saving her brother and helping her new friends save the world. May require… and
all of this love can be the most dangerous spell.


In a land without magic, where the king rules with an iron hand,
an assassin is summoned to the palace. She comes not to kill the king, but to
win his freedom. If she defeats twenty-three murderers, thieves and warriors in
a contest, she is released from prison to serve as the king’s champion. Her
name is Selena Sardothian.

 

The Crown Prince will
provoke him. The captain of the guard will protect him. But some evil dwells in
the glass palace – and it is there to kill. When her contestants die one by
one, Selena’s fight for the freedom fight becomes a battle of survival, and her
desperate quest to root out evil before destroying her world.

Gresseling tells the story of a weak-yet-strong catechism, who is
smart and beautiful and lives in seven states where selected people are born
with Grace, a special talent that can be anything. Kats is killing Grace. As
the king’s niece, she is compelled to use her extreme skills as her cruel
skill. By the time he meets Prince Poe, who suffers from combat skills, and
begins to change Katsu’s life. She never hopes to become a friend of P.O. She
never hopes to find out a new truth about her grace – or about a terrible
secret that is hidden away. . . A mystery that can destroy all seven kingdoms
with words alone.

 

Awards: Winner of Mythopoetic Fantasy Award for Children’s
Literature, winner of SIBA Book Award / YA, Indies Choice Book Award Honor
Book, ALA Best Book for Young Adults, 2008 Publishers Weekly Best Book of the
Year, 2008 School Library Journal Best Book The Year, Amazon.com Best Books of
2008, 2008 Booklist Editors’ Choice, Top Ten First Novels for Booklist 2008
Youth, 2009 Amelia Blomer List, BCCB 2009 Blue Ribbon List.

 

And the winners in the
sequel, the New York Times bestseller, and Kristin Cashore’s elegant,
provocative prose and unforgettable characters, don’t miss the sequel Fire and
fellow Bitterblue.


Bardugo’s
Grishavers’ books have inspired a huge legacy of fans since Shadow and Bone was
first published in 2012. A quick glance at Bookstagram will show you how
beloved these books are to the reading community. Six crows introduce us to a
group of thieves to drive out an unlikely heir. If you are a fan of The Lease
of Locke Lamora, then this is the book for you. Even if you think you’re not
like young adult novels, I still think you should give it a try, and given the
number of Goodreads ratings, so do many others.

With five starred reviews, Tomi Adeyemi’s West
African-inspired fantasy debut, and instant #1 New York Times
Bestseller, conjures a world of magic and danger, perfect for fans of Leigh
Bardugo and Sabaa Tahir.

They killed my mother.
They took our magic.
They tried to bury us

Now we got up.

 

Zelle Adebola remembers when Orsha’s land was filled with magic.
The burners ignited the flames, the Tiders stirred the waves, and Zeli’s Reaper
mother summoned the spirits further.

 

But all that changed was the night magic disappeared. Under the
command of a ruthless king, Majhi was killed, leaving Zale without hope without
a mother and her people.

 

Now Zelle has a chance to bring back the magic and strike against
the monarchy. With the help of a rogue princess, Zilli must conquer the crown
and defeat the prince who is hell-bent on erasing magic for good.

 

Danger rings in Orchha, where snow leopard coral and vengeful
spirits wait in the water. Yet the greatest danger may be Zelle herself as she
struggles to control her powers and growing feelings for an enemy.

“An event.”
-Entertainment Weekly