Anonymous asked in Arts & HumanitiesBooks & Authors · 1 decade ago


Anyone have any fantasy adventure/quest type books to recommend? (ex:inkheart, inkspell, wrinkle in time series, and especially Pellinor Series). I'm trying to get this large list of fantasy books that i could read, so the more suggestions, the better!!

Thanx for your help! ^.^

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    Madeleine L'Engle:

    A Wrinkle in Time, A Wind in the Door, A Swiftly Tilting Planet, Many Waters, and An Acceptable Time.

    Herge (a.k.a. Georges Prosper Remi):

    The Adventures of Tintin (24 volumes)

    Cornelia Funke:

    Dragon Rider

    Ingraine the Brave

    Inkheart, Inkspell, and Inkdeath

    The Thief Lord

    Brandon Mull:

    Fablehaven, Rise of the Evening Star, and Grip of the Shadow Plague.

    Katherine Paterson: Bridge to Terabithia

    Orson Scott Card: Seventh Son

    Carol Kendall:

    The Firelings

    The Gammage Cup (One of my favorites when I was young)

    The Whisper of Glocken

    Eoin Colfer:

    Artemis Fowl, The Arctic Incident, The Opal Deception, The Lost Colony, The Artemis Fowl Files: A Companion Book, and The Graphic Novel.

    Andre Norton:

    The Witch World, The Web of the Witch World, Three against the Witch World, Year of the Unicorn, Warlock of the Witch World, Dragon Scale Silver, Dream Smith, The Toads of Grimmerale, Spider Silk, Sword of Unbelief, and Sarsthor's Bane.

    Ursula K. LeGuin:

    Earthsea, A Wizard of Earthsea, The Tombs of Atuan, The Farthest Shore, Tehanu, Tales from Earthsea, The Other Wind, and Voices.

    Diana Wynne Jones:

    The Chronicles of Chrestomanci - Charmed Life, The Lives of Christopher Chant, Witch Week, The Magicians of Caprona, and Mixed Magics.

    Tamora Pierce:

    The Song of the Lioness Series - Alanna: The First Adventure, In the Hand of the Goddess, The Woman Who Rides Like a Man, and Lioness Rampant.

    Protector of the Small Series - First Test, Page, Squire, and Lady Knight

    Michael Ende:

    Night of Wishes

    The Neverending Story

    Mary Stewart: A Walk in the Wolf Wood

    Howard Pyle:

    The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood

    Story of King Arthur and His Knights - There are several collections of stories about King Arthur.

    C. S. Lewis:

    The 7 volume Chronicles of Narnia is a tale of good against evil with very definite Christian influences. Lewis was an atheist who because of his friendship with Tolkien became a Christian. This strongly affected his writing.

    The seven books are as follows:

    The Magician's Nephew; The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe; The Horse and His Boy; Prince Caspian; The Voyage of the Dawn Treader; The Silver Chair; and The Last Battle.

    Also by C. S. Lewis - The Screwtape Letters and The Great Divorce.

    Philip Pullman: The Golden Compass

    James Patterson:

    Maximum Ride Series - The Angel Experiment, School's Out Forever, Saving the World and Other Extreme Sports, and The Final Warning.

    Meg Cabot:

    Mediator Series - Shadowland, Ninth Key, Reunion, Darkest Hour, Haunted, and Twilight.

    Chris D'Lacey:

    The Fire Within, Icefire, Fire Star, and The Fire Eternal.

    Donita K. Paul:

    Dragonspell, Dragon Quest, Dragon Knight, Dragon Fire, and Dragon Light.

    Brian Jacques:

    Redwall Series - Redwall, Mossflower, Mattimeo, Mariel of Redwall, Salamandastron, Martin the Warrior, The Bellmaker, Outcast of Redwall, The Pearls of Lutra, The Long Patrol, Marlfox, The Legend of Luke, Lord Brocktree, The Taggerung, Triss, Loamhedge, Rakkety Tam, and High Rhulain.

    Stephenie Meyer:

    Vampire Romance - Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, and Breaking Dawn.

    Joanne Harris: Runemarks

    Juliet Marillier: Wildwood Dancing and Cybele's Secret

    Edwin A. Abbott:

    Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions (The sequel, Sphereland is by Dionys Burger. It is possible to purchase both in one volume.)

    J. R. R. Tolkien:

    The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings, Two Towers, and The Return of the King; Silmarillion; also Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.

    George MacDonald:


    At the Back of the North Wind

    Christopher Paolini:

    In the first book, Eragon, a young man finds a mysterious blue stone in the forested mountains above his home in Alagaesia. Along with his blue dragon, Saphira, Eragon is stumbling about because things are happening to him which he does not understand. His inner goodness and common sense enable him to muddle through and he has some help from a couple of humans and some dwarfs. In the second book, Eldest, the dwarfs, elves, humans, Eragon, and Saphira have joined forces against evil. Eragon and Saphira have begun training to understand and improve their skills. A new, red dragon makes an appearance. I've been told that in the third book a golden dragon will appear. It has just been announced that the third book, Brisingr, will be available on September 20, 2008. Originally planned as a trilogy, Paolini has recently decided that there will be four books in his Inheritance Cycle.

    John Beachem:

    Storms of Vengeance is John's first novel and I've been told that it is part of a series of 8 to 10 books. There is a murder mystery to be solved. Who did it and why? There is a mythical Lorradda Stone to locate. There are three parallel stories as we follow the actions of three different groups of people. There are also some ogres, two elves, several sorcerers, a troll, and one very impressive river monster. The book ends with a cliff hanger. One reason that young people gave for liking Harry Potter was the detail in the stories. They will find plenty of detail here as well. The title of the second book in the series will be The Hunter and the Marked.

    David Eddings:

    There are three stories in Volume I of The Belgariad: Pawn of Prophecy, Queen of Sorcery, and Magician's Gambit. Volume II of The Belgariad has two stories: Castle of Wizardry and Enchanters' End Gambit. If you are looking for grand adventure and plenty of detail it is here. Some may object to the slow progression and limited action of this tale. A sorcerer and his daughter, a sorceress, have gathered together a group of individuals to fight evil. It seems that the particular make-up for this group is necessary based upon an ancient prophecy. The group includes: the Nimble Thief, the Man with Two Lives, the Blind Man, the Dreadful Bear, the Knight Protector, the Horse Lord, the Bowman, the Queen of the World, and the Mother of the Race that Died. A young boy named Garion, who was raised by his Aunt Pol, is caught up in all of this, though he doesn't know why. But then, is she really his Aunt? There is so much detail that I have not as yet confirmed there are no mistakes in the mapping of the story. I thoroughly enjoyed The Belgariad and look forward to reading the sequel, The Mallorean.

    The Mallorean Volume I: Guardians of the West, King of the Murgos, and Demon Lord of Karanda by David Eddings

    The Mallorean Volume II: Sorceress of Darshive and The Seeress of Kell by David Eddings

    Polgara, the Sorceress by David Eddings

    Belgarath, the Sorcerer by David Eddings

    Terry Pratchett:

    The Wee Free Men - Tiffany Aching and a clan of six inch tall blue men attempt to rescue her brother and stop an invasion from Fairyland.

    A Hatful of Sky - The second Tiffany Aching novel.

    Wintersmith - The third Tiffany Aching novel.

    The Amazing Maurice and His Educated Rodents (Discworld)

    Other books in the Discworld Series - The Colour of Magic, Witches Abroad, Sourcery, Wyrd Sisters, Thief of Time, Small Gods, and Mort.

    Isaac Asimov:

    Though Asimov is usually thought of as a science fiction writer, Magic is a collection of his fantasy short stories.

    Jim Butcher:

    The Dresden Files - Storm Front, Fool Moon, Grave Peril, Summer Knight, Death Masks, Blood Rites, Dead Beat, Proven Guilty, White Knight, and Small Favor.

    Terry Brooks:

    The Sword of Shanarra, The Elfstones of Shanarra, and The Wishsong of Shanarra.

    Mercedes Lackey:

    The Mage Winds Trilogy - Winds of Fate, Winds of Change, and Winds of Fury.

    Velgarth Series - Exile's Honor, Exile's Valor, Take a Thief, Arrors of the Queen, Arrow's Flight, and Arrow's Fall

    Diana Tregarde Trilogy - Burning Water, Children of the Night, and Jinx High.

    Richard Adams: Watership Down

    George Orwell: Animal Farm

    Richard Bach: Jonathan Livingston Seagull

    Raymond E. Fiest:

    Magician: Apprentice and Magician: Master

    The Riftwar Saga (Magician, Silverthorn, A Darkness at Sethanon)

    Krondor's Sons (Prince of the Blood, The King's Bucaneer)

    Serpent War Saga (Shadow of a Dark Queen, Rise of a Merchant Prince, Rage of a Demon King, Shards of a Broken Crown)

    Riftwar Legacy (Krondor: The Betrayal, Krondor: The Assassins, Krondor: Tear of the Gods)

    Honored Enemy: Legends of the Riftwar

    Conclave of Shadows Saga (Talon of the Silver Hawk, King of Foxes, Exile's Return)

    Dark War Saga (Flight of the Nighthawks, Into a Dark Realm, Wrath of a Mad God)

    Raymond E. Fiest and Janny Wurts:

    Empire Trilogy - Daughter of the Empire, Servant of the Empire, and Mistress of the Empire.

    Dave Farland:

    Runelords - The Sum of All Men, Brotherhood of the Wolf, Wizardborn, The Lair of Bones, Sons of the Oak, and Worldbinder.

    Dean Koontz:

    Odd Thomas Series - Odd Thomas, Forever Odd, Brother Odd, and Odd Hours.

    Robin Hobb:

    Farseer Trilogy - Assassin's Apprentice, Royal Assassin, and Assassin's Quest.

    Patricia A. McKillip:

    The Riddlemaster of Hed, Heir of Sea and Fire, Harpist in the Wind, Riddle Master's Game, and Riddle of Stars.

    Susanna Clarke: Jonathon Strange and Mr. Norrell

    George R. R. Martin:

    A Song of Fire and Ice Saga - A Game of Thrones, A Clash of Kings, A Storm of Swords, A Feast for Crows, A Dance of Dragons, The Winds of Winter, and A Dream of Spring.

    Steven Erikson:

    Malazan Book of the Fallen Saga - Gardens of the Moon, Deadhouse Gates, Memories of Ice, House of Chains, Midnight Tides, The Bone Hunters, Reaper's Gate, and Toll the Hounds.

    R. Scott Baker:

    Prince of Nothing Trilogy - The Darkness That Comes Before, The Warrior Prophet, and The Thousandfold Thought.

    Joe Halde

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    1 decade ago

    Harry Potter, Penedragon, Ender's Game and Ender's Shadow, The Shadow Children Series, Key to the Kingdom Series, Chronicals of Narnia

  • 1 decade ago

    His Dark Materials, The Chronicles of Narnia, Pendragon, Eragon, Eldest and the The Spiderwick Chronicles.

  • 1 decade ago

    I don't know if you count Stephen King as a fantasy writer, but his Dark Tower series were very good.

    Sadly he hasn't written anything good since he finished Dark Tower Book 7, but I guess he's just run out of ideas.

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    1 decade ago

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Anything by Terry Pratchett or Fritz Leiber.

  • 1 decade ago

    Readwall by Jaques*

    Studies Series by Snyder*

    Dark is Rising by Cooper*

    Children of the Red King by Nimmo*

    Chrestomanci Books by Jones*

    Tortall Sagas by Pierce*

    Young Wizards by Duane

    Septemus Heap by Sage*

    Leven Thumps by Skye

    Erec Rex by Kingsley

    Nightmare Academy by Lorey

    His Dark Materials by Pullman

    Icemark Books by Stewart*

    Noblewarriors by Nicholson*

    The Heir Books by Chima

    Pendragon Books by MacHale

    Keys to the Kingdom by Nix*

    The Tapestry Series by Neff

    Rowan of Rin by Rodda

    Last Apprentice by Delany

    Children of the Lamp by Kerr

    Stoneheart Trilogy by Fletcher

    Moster Blood Tattoo by Cornish*

    Fablehaven by Mull

    Spiderwick by DiTerlizzi

    Edge Chronicles by Stewart

    The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel by Scott

    Percy Jackson and the Olympians by Riordan*

    Alfred Kropp by Yancey

    Dragon Trilogy by D'Lacey

    Inheritance Cycle by Paolini

    Artemis Fowl by Colfer

    Cirque du Freak by Shan

    Shannara Books by Brooks

    Annals of the Western Shore by Le Guin

    Farsala Trilogy by Bell

    Guardians of Time Trilogy by Curley

    Gemma Doyle Trilogy by Bray

    Nobody's Princess by Esther Friesner

    Ranger's Apprentice by Flanagan*

    Ropemaker by Dickenson*

    Goddess of Yesterday by Cooney*

    Fly by Night by Hardinge*

    Horns and Wrinkles by Helgerson

    Princess Academy by Creech*

    Just Ella by Haddix

    The Secret of Platform 13 by Ibbotson*

    Wizard's Hall by Yolen

    The Monsters of Morley Manor by Coville

    *Ones I reccommend reading

    Source(s): Off the top of my head... okay, okay and I used Amazon to get some of the authors
  • 1 decade ago

    Piers Anthony Xanth series they are great books. I recommend his other books too because if you love fantasy/sci-fi you'll enjoy his books.

  • 1 decade ago

    Lord of the Rings (J.R.R. Tolkien), Harry Potter (J.K. Rowling), Inheritance Trilogy (Christopher Paolini), Chronicles of Narnia (C.S. Lewis), His Dark Materials (Philip Pullman), Sword of Truth (Terry Goodkind), Sword of Shannara (Terry Brooks), The Dreaming Dark (Keith Baker), Beowulf (Anonymous), Redwall (Brian Jacques), A

    Abhorsen Trilogy (Garth Nix), Acacia: The War With The Mein (David Anthony Durham), Aegypt Series (John Crowley)

    Alice Duo (Lewis Carroll)

    All Hallows' Eve by Charles Williams

    All the Bells on Earth by James Blaylock

    Alphabet Thorn by Patricia McKillip

    The Tales of Alvin Maker series by Orson Scott Card

    namely, Seventh Son, Red Prophet, Prentice Alvin, Alvin Journeyman, Heartfire, The Crystal City, Master Alvin (forthcoming)

    The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay (apparently mainstream but has a fantasy element) by Michael Chabon

    Amber series by Roger Zelazny

    namely, Nine Princes in Amber, The Guns of Avalon, Sign of the Unicorn, The Hand of Oberon, The Courts of Chaos, Trumps of Doom, Blood of Amber, Sign of Chaos, Knight of Shadows, Prince of Chaos

    American Gods by Neil Gaiman

    Apprentice Adept series by Piers Anthony

    namely, Split Infinity, Blue Adept, Juxtaposition, Out of Phaze, Robot Adept, Unicorn Point, Phaze Doubt

    Arafel duo by C. J. Cherryh

    namely, The Dreamstone, The Tree of Swords and Jewels

    Argo by R. A. Lafferty, a complex mythos encompassing nested sub-series

    namely, The Devil Is Dead series: Archipelago, The Devil is Dead; More Than Melchisedech (one novel in three volumes): Tales of Chicago, Tales of Midnight, Argo; Episodes of the Argo (possibly subsumed in Argo): How Many Miles to Babylon?; Coscuin (the final two of this quartet exist only in mss form):The Flame Is Green, Half a Sky, Dotty

    The Artefacts of Power by Maggie Furey

    namely, Aurian, The Harp of Winds, The Sword of Flame and Dhiammara

    Artemis Fowl series by Eoin Colfer.

    At Amberleaf Fair by Phyllis Ann Karr

    At Swim-Two-Birds by Flann O'Brien

    At the Back of the North Wind by George MacDonald

    A Wizard of Earthsea by Ursula K. Le Guin


    The Banjo Players Must Die by Josef Assad

    The Bard of Sorcery by Gerard Daniel Houarner

    Bardic Voices series by Mercedes Lackey

    namely, The Lark and the Wren, The Robin and the Kestrel, The Eagle and the Nightingale, Four and Twenty Blackbirds

    Barking (forthcoming) by Tom Holt

    The Bartimaeus Trilogy by Jonathan Stroud

    namely The Amulet of Samarkand, The Golem's Eye, and Ptolemy's Gate

    Bas-Lag by China Miéville

    namely, Perdido Street Station, The Scar

    Beauty by Robin McKinley

    Bedlam's Bard series by Mercedes Lackey

    namely, Knight of Ghosts and Shadows with Ellen Guon, Summoned to Tourney with Ellen Guon, Bedlam Boyz with Ellen Guon, Beyond World's End with Rosemary Edghill, Spirits White as Lightning with Rosemary Edghill, Mad Maudlin with Rosemary Edghill, Bedlam's Edge with Rosemary Edghill, Music to My Sorrow with Rosemary Edghill

    The Belgariad series by David Eddings

    namely, Pawn of Prophecy, Queen of Sorcery, Magician's Gambit, Castle of Wizardry, Enchanters' End Game

    Biography of Manuel cycle by James Branch Cabell

    contains 20 (or more, depending on how counted) works; the Storisende Edition in 18 volumes is definitive

    Black Cocktail (novella) by Jonathan Carroll

    The Black Company saga by Glen Cook, a nested set of sub-series:

    Annals of the Black Company

    namely, The Black Company, Shadows Linger, and The White Rose

    Books of the South

    namely, The Silver Spike (not listed as a "Book of the South," but it is), Shadow Games, and Dreams of Steel

    Glittering Stone

    namely, Bleak Seasons, She is the Darkness, Water Sleeps, and Soldiers Live

    The Black Swan by Mercedes Lackey

    The Blessing of Pan by Lord Dunsany

    Bloodring by Faith Hunter

    The Blue Hawk by Peter Dickinson

    The Blue Star by Fletcher Pratt

    Boggart series by Susan Cooper

    namely, The Boggart and The Boggart and the Monster

    The Book of Atrix Wolfe by Patricia McKillip

    Book of Enchantments by Patricia C. Wrede

    The Book of Shadows by James Killus

    Books of the House series by James Stoddard

    namely, The High House and The False House

    The Books of Parable duology by Walter Wangerin, Jr.

    namely, The Book of the Dun Cow and The Book of Sorrows

    The Borders of Life by G. A. Kathryns (pen name of Gael Baudino)

    The Boss in the Wall by Avram Davidson

    The Bitterbynde trilogy by Cecilia Dart-Thornton

    namely, The Ill-Made Mute, The Lady of the Sorrows, and The Battle of Evernight.

    Brisingr by Christopher Paolini


    Caliban's Hour by Tad Williams

    Captain Slaughterboard Drops Anchor by Mervyn Peake

    The Cat's Cradle-Book by Sylvia Townsend Warner

    Cats Have No Lord by Will Shetterly

    Chalion series by Lois McMaster Bujold

    namely, The Curse of Chalion, Paladin of Souls, The Hallowed Hunt

    Chamiel by Edward Pearson

    The Changeling Sea by Patricia McKillip

    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl

    Charlie Bone Series by Jenny Nimmo

    namelyMidnight for Charlie Bone, Charlie Bone and the Time Twister, Charlie Bone and the Invisible Boy, Charlie Bone and the Castle of Mirrors, Charlie Bone and the Hidden King, Charlie Bone and the Beast (some have different titles in the U.S.A and the U.K)

    Chimera by John Barth

    Chrestomanci series by Diana Wynne Jones

    namely, Charmed Life, The Lives of Christopher Chant, The Magicians of Caprona, Witch Week, Conrad's Fate, The Pinhoe Egg

    The Chronicles of Narnia by Clive Staples Lewis

    Cinder by Rick DeMarinis

    The Circle series by Tamora Pierce (comprises three sub-series)

    Circle of Magic

    namely, Sandry's Book, Tris's Book, Daja's Book and Briar's Book

    The Circle Opens

    namely, Magic Steps, Street Magic, Cold Fire and Shatterglass

    The Circle Reforged

    namely, The Will of the Empress, Melting Stones

    The Circus of Dr. Lao by Charles G. Finney

    Cloud's End by Sean Stewart

    The Claidi Journals by Tanith Lee

    namely, Law of the Wolf Tower, Wolf Star Rise, Queen of the Wolves, Wolf Wing

    College of Magics series by Caroline Stevermer

    namely, A College of Magics, A Scholar of Magics

    Conclave of the Shadows trilogy by Raymond E. Feist

    namely, Talon of the Silver Hawk, King of Foxes and Exile's Return

    Coraline by Neil Gaiman

    The Course of the Heart by M. John Harrison

    The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant series by Stephen R. Donaldson - see at T, below

    Crane's View series by Jonathan Carroll

    namely, Kissing the Beehive, The Marriage of Sticks, The Wooden Sea

    Cray Ormoru by Phyllis Eisenstein

    namely, Sorcerer's Son, The Crystal Palace, The City in Stone (forthcoming)

    The Crock of Gold by James Stephens

    Curdie series by George MacDonald

    namely, The Princess and the Goblin, The Princess and Curdie

    The Curse of the Wise Woman by Lord Dunsany

    Cygnet series by Patricia McKillip

    namely, The Sorceress and the Cygnet, The Cygnet and the Firebird

    Cyrion by Tanith Lee


    Dalemark Quartet by Diana Wynne Jones

    namely, Cart and Cwidder, Drowned Ammet, The Spellcoats, The Crown of Dalemark

    The Dalkey Archive by Flann O'Brien

    Damiano series by R. A. MacAvoy

    namely, Damiano, Damiano's Lute, Raphael

    Dark Castle, White Horse (two novellas) by Tanith Lee

    Dark Cities Underground by Lisa Goldstein

    The Dark Lord of Pengersick by Richard Carlyon

    The Dark Is Rising sequence by Susan Cooper

    namely, Over Sea, Under Stone, The Dark Is Rising, Greenwitch, The Grey King, and Silver on the Tree

    Darkangel series by Meredith Ann Pierce

    namely, The Darkangel, A Gathering of Gargoyles, The Pearl of the Soul of the World

    Daughter of the Lioness series by Tamora Pierce

    namely, Trickster's Choice and Trickster's Queen

    The Death of the Necromancer by Martha Wells

    Deliverers of Their Country by E. Nesbit

    Derkholm series by Diana Wynne Jones

    namely, Dark Lord of Derkholm and Year of the Griffin

    Descent Into Hell by Charles Williams

    The Devil Wives of Li-Fong by E. Hoffmann Price

    Dirk Gently series by Douglas Adams

    namely, Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency, The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul

    Discworld series by Terry Pratchett

    30 titles, starting with The Colour of Magic, the latest being Thud!

    The Djinn in the Nightingale's Eye by A. S. Byatt

    Djinn Rummy by Tom Holt

    The Door in the Hedge by Robin McKinley

    Dorothea Dreams by Suzy McKee Charnas

    Dragon Raja by Lee Yeongdo

    Dragon Slippers by Jessica Day George

    Dragon Winter

    Dragons in Our Midst series by Bryan Davis

    namely, Raising Dragons, The Candlestone, Circles of Seven, and Tears of a Dragon

    Dragonvarld trilogy by Margaret Weis

    namely, Mistress of Dragons, The Dragon's Son', and Master of Dragons

    The Drawing of the Dark by Tim Powers

    Dread Empire series by Glen Cook]], With Mercy Toward None (prequel), The Fire in His Hands (prequel), A Shadow of All Night Falling, October's Baby, All Darkness Met, Reap the East Wind, [[An Ill Fate Marshalling

    Drinker of Souls series by Jo Clayton

    namely, Drinker of Souls, Blue Magic, A Gathering of Stones

    Druid's Blood by Esther Friesner

    The Dying Earth series by Jack Vance

    namely, The Dying Earth (aka Mazirian the Magician), The Eyes of the Overworld (aka Cugel the Clever), Rhialto the Marvelous, and Cugel's Saga (aka Cugel: Skybreak Spatterlight)

    (The Cry of the Icemark)


    Earthsea series by Ursula K. Le Guin

    namely, The Word of Unbinding (a short story), The Rule of Names (a short story), A Wizard of Earthsea, The Tombs of Atuan, The Farthest Shore, Tehanu, Tales from Earthsea and The Other Wind

    Elantris by Brandon Sanderson

    The Element of Fire by Martha Wells

    The Elephant and the Kangaroo by T. H. White

    The Eleventh Hour by Brian Stableford

    The Empire Trilogy by Raymond E. Feist

    namely, Daughter of the Empire, Servant of the Empire, and Mistress of the Empire

    The Enchanted Castle by E. Nesbit

    Enchanted Forest series by Patricia C. Wrede


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