Book Recommendation: 7 Standalone Books For Fantasy Lovers
If you’re a fantasy book lover, chances are, you’ve read The Song of Ice and Fire and Percy Jackson. Today, we have recommended 7 standalone books for fantasy lovers, to ensure that you wont have to deal with cliff-hangers and wont have to invest a lot of time or energy. If you like reading fantasy stories you should definitely checkout book recommendation made by us.
Book Recommendation: 7 Standalone Books For Fantasy Lovers-
House of Salt and Sorrows by Erin Craig
This book is told from the perspective of Annaleigh, who lives in a house that was once brimming with people, but is now lonely. Most of her family has suffered tragic deaths, each one more terrible and painful than the previous. Annaleigh suspects that these deaths aren’t merely accidents, but results of encounters in with the mysterious creatures her sisters dance with at balls. This is a horror story, and one that will leave you breathless.
To Kill a Kingdom by Alexandra Christo
This book incorporates the legend of the sirens, with our protagonist being a siren royalty. Lira is a sought after and powerful princess, but a deadly mistake forces the Queen to turn her into a human. Now she must deliver the heart of Prince Elian by winter solstice to become a siren again. Meanwhile, Elian is looking for a way to annihilate the Sirens, and clashes are bound to happen
The Invisible Life of Addie Larue by V E Schwab
In th3 1740s in France, Addie strikes a bargain with the devil to become immortal, in exchange for being forgotten by everyone she meets. All is going per plan, until one day she meets a man who seems to remember her. This strikingly original book is a masterpiece of storytelling and a blend of fantasy, historical fiction and romance.
A Constellation of Roses by Miranda Asebedo
This story follows a girl, Trix, whose mother has walked our on her. She has a gift of pulling valuables off strangers, and when she gets into trouble with the police for that,s he has no choice but to go to her long lost relatives. But her relatives also seem to possess magical powers, and the story spirals into something much bigger and more magical.
Heartless by Marissa Meyer
This book is set in Wonderland, and follows Catherine, who is the potential love interest of the King of Hearts. But Catherine has only one goal – she wants to open a bakery shop with her best friend. And then she finds unexpected romance with the court jester, Jest. Now she must defy all odds that push her to become the Queen and find the strength to to realize her dreams – of both love and life.
The Kingdom of the Back by Marie Lu
Nanerll Mozart has a gift for music and a dream to be engraved in the sands of time for all posterity. However, times are bad for women in the 18th century, and with every passing day, her brother Wolfgang’s dreams seem close to realization while she is left behind. That is, until she meets a mysterious stranger with access to a magical land that will change the course of Mozart’s life.
The Scorpio Races by Maggie Stiefvater
This book is set in a world where scorpio races are held every year in November. The riders keep hold of their water horses while racing towards a finishing line – a deadly game that kills not a few. Our protagonist is the winner of the race – Sean Kendrick. The other protagonist is Puck Connelly, the first girl to enter the race and a naïve contestant. As their paths collide in mysterious ways, a wonderful story unfolds.
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