If you have binged The Witcher, read the books, and done with the series and you are just bored. Do not worry, in this article you will read about the 7 best historical fantasy fiction books For The Witcher Fans. These books have a similar sense of theme and atmosphere as The Witcher – the same drama the same thrill.
Books For The Witcher Fans: 7 Best Historical Fantasy Fiction Books –
The Red Knight – Miles Cameron
The Red Knight takes place in France and Medieval England with knights, castles, dukes, Kings, and Queens. Twenty-eight florins – a huge deal but nowhere near when a wyvern’s jaws snap shut on your helmet in the hot battlefield, and the beats begin to separate your head from your shoulders. The battle is hard but to take control of your troop to fight against this beast is harder. It takes luck, skill, and advantages of birth to get a hold of the beast – and The Red Knight has all three.
City of Lies – Sam Hawke
From the exterior, Jovan is the lifelong companion and friend of the chancellor’s reckless heir. But in secret, he is the master of chemicals and poisons, trained to guard the Chancellor’s family against every deceit. But treachery lies in each corner; will he be able to protect them? – Especially when old spirits of the land are rising and not to mention they are fuming.
The Blade Itself – Joe Abercrombie
Logen Ninefingers is struggling to move on from his past thinking of all the barbarian behavior caused by man; Inquisitor Glokta turned to a torturer from a war hero and he is struggling to control his present; Jezal dan Luthar – young and self-obsessed, is struggling to get hold of his golden future without any labor. All three of them are drawn into the machinations of Bayaz, but the question is Bayaz’s intentions are pure or not?
The Monster of Elendhaven – Jennifer Giesbrecht
Elendhaven is dying – sulking at the border of the ocean, broken by the plague, deserted by the South, just left to die. But we all know everything doesn’t die easily. A thing is roaming around the city with its long pale fingers craving to wrap around throats – is it a man or a monster? Well, it is shaped like a man. These things will take their revenge on each and everyone who wronged the city of Elendhaven.
Wintersong – S. Jae-Jones
If you are a fan of The Cruel Prince or Labyrinth, this book is just for you – a romantic and dark coming-of-age story. it is the last night of the year and Goblin King rides abroad to find his would-be spouse. Her entire life Liesl has heard stories of horrifying Goblin King. She has always surrounded her mind with musical compositions, but now that she is 18, she believes that her musical dreams are slipping away from her hand. Her life changes when her sister is taken away by the Goblin King and now she will travel to the underground to save her sister.
The Rage of Dragons – Evan Winter
The Omehi people are struggling and fighting an unwinnable battle for about two hundred years now. The society of the Omehi people has been created around war and battle alone. Some of them are fortunate and gifted. One in every two hundred women can summon dragons. One in every hundred men has the power to magically alter himself into a stronger, faster, and bigger killing machine. Rest is destined to participate in the battle and die. But young and non-gifted Tau has some plans to escape this destiny. Will he be successful or die like the rest?
Assassin’s Apprentice – Robin Hobb
Assassin’s Apprentice was published in the year 1995 by Margaret Astrid Lindholm Ogden under the pseudonym of Robin Hobb. In a faraway land where royal family members are named for the asset they represent, a youthful boy will become a walking riddle. Fitz was born on the wrong side, he is the son of Chivalry Farseer, is cast out in this world lonesome and friendless. Only Wit, the old magical art to keep linked with animals gives him comfort and companionship. But Fitz will be adopted in the royal household as a royal assassin, how will he survive in the royal land?