Top 5 Book Recommendation Series
This Top 5 series started back in October and I kind of lost motivation for making it every week. But it’s back! This is a series of books that I want to read that all have a common theme. Previously on the blog I have focused on witches, werewolves, thrillers, faeries and fairy tale re-tellings.
The definition of high fantasy is fantasy books that are set in a completely different fictional world. I love this genre and have read many, many great books within it. A lot of times these books have amazing maps of their fantasy worlds and intricate magic systems and/or world building.
Top 5 High Fantasy Books on my TBR
The only reason I haven’t read this book yet is because of it’s size. This book is huge, but looks amazing and has gotten rave reviews from many of my friends.
I received a review copy of the sequel to this book and so I decided to check out the first book. It has won many awards, has a main character who is described as a con artist and has what appears as an intricate magic system.
I have started to pay attention to award winning books and this is one that caught my eye. This book has won many awards for fantasy fiction along with the rest of the series. I have to see what all the literary hype is about and give this series a chance.
A lot of people have recommended this book to me when I asked for a personal recommendation based on titles that I have read. It looks a little darker, which is super up my alley, but I have yet to pick it up.
Obviously since I have read all the books about the Grishaverse this book made the list. I am late getting to this installment, but I have no doubt that Leigh Bardugo will deliver an amazing novel.
Sam @ Fictionally Sam
Rae @ Thrifty Bibliophile
Clo @ Book Dragons
Amy @ Amiiie’s Books
Melany @ Meltotheany
Angela @ Hiding Behind Books Blog
Have you read any of these titles? Do you enjoy high fantasy books? Do you love bookish maps? What high fantasy books would you recommend? What high fantasy book do you really want to read?