BOOKSHELF TOUR RECOMMENDATIONS #4 // My Favourite Fantasy reads!

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Hey guys! Today I’m coming at you with a new Bookshelf Tour Recommendations post and today I’m finally talking about some of my favourite fantasy reads on my shelves! I know you guys have been enjoying this series and i’m really loving writing it so let me know what I should recommend next!

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bookThe Final Empire (Mistborn, #1)Β Β Skulduggery Pleasant (Skulduggery Pleasant, #1)Β Β Three Dark Crowns (Three Dark Crowns, #1)Β Β Caraval (Caraval, #1)Β Β The Golden Door (The Three Doors Trilogy, #1)

The Final Empire – Brandon Sanderson

I love this book (but not the author, he is problematic af) and for some reason, I have only ever read it once. This is such a fantastically intricate world full of a brilliant magic system and a corrupt Government. Basically, what this book has going for it is the fantastic world building and magic system, as well as how this book is basically a result of the whole idea of “What if the bad guy won?”

It’s amazing and definitely worth a read!

Skulduggery Pleasant – Derek Landy

This book is so much fun, and so is the rest of the series for that matter. If you love sarcasm and solving supernatural crimes then this is the perfect book for you. This is such a fun (but long) series, great for all ages and I really wish more people would read it!

Three Dark Crowns – Kendare Blake

I love these books but they give me some of the worst headaches imaginable. But, like, it’s worth it???

  • Phenomenal characters with A+++ development.
  • Great scenery descriptions
  • Dark AF
  • Not black and white, there are morally grey characters
  • Consequences for actions
  • Politics!
  • Fantasy – elemental magic, naturalist magic, poisons
  • These characters know what they’re about and will take none of your sh*t

What more could you possibly want?

Caraval – Stephanie Garber

I love me some romantical drama + some beautiful writing + every plot twist possible.

I love this book and will forever be re-reading it because I swear I never stop thinking about the crazy sh*t that goes down in these stories.

The Golden Door – Emily Rodda

Will I ever stop recommending these books? I sure hope not.

This trilogy is brilliant and unique and completely fantastic and I really wish more people would read it. These books are fantastic and so much fun and when everything is summed up in book 3 everything just makes so much sense and honestly, it just makes me so happy every time I read it.

 

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WHICH SHELF SHOULD I RECOMMEND NEXT?

WHAT ARE SOME OF YOUR FAVOURITE FANTASY READS?

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15 thoughts on “BOOKSHELF TOUR RECOMMENDATIONS #4 // My Favourite Fantasy reads!

    1. It’s a really fun series and definitely, worth the read, I recommend the audiobook if you’re looking for a new one to listen to! It’s also a fun read for a readathon!

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  1. these are some really great choices! Mistborn is always a favourite (why do we all like books that cause us pain) i REALLY wanna read Skullduggery Pleasant and i’ve never heard of the Golden Door but im gonna add it to my tbr right away!

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    1. Thank you! Mistborn is so brilliant!
      Skulduggery is so much fun and so underrated! The Golden Door is one of my favourites of all time so you should definitely read it asap because it needs the international rep!

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  2. Lovely choices! I enjoyed reading Caraval, it was a good read and I really liked the world! πŸ™‚ I haven’t read any of the other books but damn, your description of Three Dark Crowns make me really, reaaaaaaally want to read it haha πŸ˜€

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    1. Thank you! The world of Caraval is so amazing and so much fun to read about! Three Dark Crowns is phenomenal and so dark and political, I honestly can’t believe more people haven’t read it!

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