Today is the day you put your fantasy fandom skills to the fire. Will you melt under pressure like a marshmallow exposed to the center of a fire pit? Will you emerge stronger after being forged in fire like a fine steel sword? Can you guess the fantasy book based on a vague description?
Many a fantasy fan has had the experience of forgetting the name of the book you’re reading. Instead, you rattle off a vague description of the book that gets you further away from the truth. When it comes to fantasy books, this could be only describing a chapter of a thousand-page book or a single character or a world-building element. After all, if someone asks you if you know “that book about the people with magic who walk in the forest,” would you know what they were talking about? Technically, it is a description of the fantasy book, even if it’s not very identifiable.
The following sentence descriptions will test any fantasy enthusiast to guess the fantasy book based on a vague description. It’s a true grab bag of fantasy titles, so I really commend you for giving this test a go. I am already impressed with you for trying. I promise.
Amazing! You Guessed the Fantasy Books
This was a difficult quiz. You were able to guess the fantasy book based on a vague description, so you must really know your stuff. I would also recommend taking other fun fantasy quizzes like: Can you guess the fantasy book based on its one-star reviews?, What fantasy character are you?, and Can you match the fantasy book to its opening lines?
All the Fantasy Books Mentioned in the Quiz
The Daughters of Izdihar by Hadeer Elsbai
The Final Strife by Saara El-Arifi
The Jasad Heir by Sara Hashem
A Restless Truth by Freya Marske
A Strange and Stubborn Endurance by Foz Meadows
The Frugal Wizard’s Handbook for Surviving Medieval England by Brandon Sanderson
Black Sun by Rebecca Roanhorse