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This weeks Top Ten Tuesday is…
Top Ten Books I’d Give To Readers Who Have Never Read YA Fantasy
10. The Books of Pellinor by Allison Croggon
This book is one of the first High Fantasies I’ve ever read. I really recommend it especially to those who love the Lord of the Rings and The Girl of Fire and Thorns
9. Anything by Sherwood Smith
A Posse of Princess’ is most recommended as it feels more like a lighter read so it will help the reader ease in a bit more to some of the heavy volumes that most fantasies end up being.
8. Princess of the Midnight Ball by Jessica Day George
Jessica Day George has a couple of books out that are all connected and all are fairy-tale re-tellings. They’re very good and short which again is good to fantasy newcomers who are unsure about big books.
7. Goose Chase by Patrice Kindl
This is just such a great fairytale that those who like adventure will surely love
6. Graceling by Kristin Cashore
This is a great action-filled novel that can generally draw in the readers attention, and the rest of the series is very good at that as well.
5. Entwined by Heather Dixon
This is a beautiful re-telling of the tweleve dancing princesses and also great for those in the mood to swoon.
4. Seraphina by Rachel Hartman
If you’re interested in dragons, this is the number one must read. It’s not full out in your face crazy dragon stuff, also it has some really great fantasy elements as well.
3. The Gemma Doyle trilogy by Libba Bray
For those who love Historical Fiction and England this is a great one. It’s actually one of my favourites. It’s both fantasy and historical so if you’re new to both this will help you out.
2. The Newsoul Trilogy by Jodi Meadows
For those who love Doctor Who and the element of someone being able to re-incarnate themselves I wholeheartedly recommend this one. It also is great for Dystopian fans as it relates alot with a new earth type feel. There is technology as well and music plays a key role.
1. Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas
The number one most badass fantasy series I have ever read and enjoyed. The books aren’t overly long either, well the first two aren’t. These books are just great for those who love assassins.
What are your Top Ten and what do you think of mine?