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Any book recommendations?

I am a huge Fantasy reader (not much so writer) and I was wondering if any one has any recommendations for what I should read next or what books you're still fangirling over. >.< :)

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Here's what I recommend:
~Cassandra Clare Books
~Rick Riordan Books
~Sarah. J. Maas books
~Pawn by Aimee Carter
~The school for good and evil by Soman Chainani
~Marie Lu Books
~Red Queen Series by Victoria Aveyard
~Frost blood by Elly Blake
~An ember in the ashes by Sabba Tahir

*Fangirl moment*

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If Urban Fantasy's your thing, you might like:
Peter Grant books by Ben Aaronovitch
The Lotus War trilogy by Jay Kristoff
The Dresden Files by Jim Butcher

If Steampunk is your thing:
The Clockwork Century by Cherie Priest
The Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences books by Philippa Ballantine and Tee Morris

Or if you're really curious, I can recommend this dude named Scott E. Douglas who has a few books... just kidding. I hope you find something in the list. :-)

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I just shared my new book, Conflict yesterday. Being a new user and all, I could use some feedback from someone like you. I write my stories on paper before I type them up on here and revise, so I only got about halfway through the first chapter so far.

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It depends what type of fantasy you like...
Cassandra Clare if you’re into angels
Probably the vampire diaries series if you’re into vampires and werewolves (don’t worry it’s quite different from the TV series.
The fallen series is also quite interesting
I’m also writing a fantasy book right now called Pandora’s Box and I’d love your input if you check it out❤️

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Here are some of my favorites (and what got me into writing my own):
-Sabriel By Garth Nix (Dark Fantasy)
-The Darkangel Trilogy by Meredith A. Pierce (Dark Fantasy)
-The Nine Kingdoms Trilogy by Lynn Kurland (Romance Fantasy)
-The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer (Sci-Fi Fantasy)
-The Acorna series by Anne McCaffrey (Sci-Fi Fantasy)
-Dragonriders of Pern series by Anne McCaffrey (Sci-Fi Fantasy)
-Wings of Fire by Tui T. Sutherland (Dragon Fantasy)
-The Seer and the Sword by Victoria Hanley (Sword & Sorcery)
-The Princetta by Anne-Laurie Bondoux (Adventure Fantasy)
-Green Rider by Kristen Britain (Epic Fantasy)

Hope you find your next great read!

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There are many books in the category of fantasy. I recommend these books because it’s one of the best fantasy books like A Game of Thrones By George R.R. Martin, Prince of Thorns, Harry Potter By J.K Rowling and Gardens of the Moons.
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It's great to see when people are passionate about a book. I have in mind something that will be interesting for you to read, it will bring you many memories. Agree that we all have pleasant memories of reading different books in childhood. Some of these books stay with us even as adults and can shape our lives. I want you to read the article https://auralcrave.com/en/2020/07/29/the-best-books-of-our-childhood/ which I really liked. This is where I found the best books of our childhood and recommend them to you. We can immerse ourselves in the lives of people who are so different from us, and in doing so learn to empathize with their situations and circumstances. My favorite is The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, in my opinion it's the best.

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