These recent influential fantasy books run the gamut from critically acclaimed to confusingly popular and everything in between.
Are you a fan of thematically-appropriate bookmarks? Look inside for a round-up of bookmarks for all genres.
Hey, you. You're finally awake...and just in time to read about the most iconic fantasy characters we've ever been graced with.
The fantasy genre is built on familiar tropes. From chosen ones to magical MacGuffins, here are the best and worst tropes in fantasy.
Out of all the werewolf characters, which are the most fun to read? We look at some of the best werewolves in books, both classic and modern., Squad by Maggie Tokuda-Hall, illustrated by Lisa Sterle.
YA heroines often fight or flirt with monsters, but what happens when they become the monster? Meet some of the best monster girls in YA.
These Queer D&D actual plays are among the most well-produced, most wonderful out there, and may replace TV for you. You've been warned.
From magic systems based around words, math, or crafts, these are the best magic systems in fantasy books, from the cozy to the macabre.
Love a good genre blending story? Then these magical mystery books, including The Conductors, will scratch that itch.
Books (and words) are magic, but we knew that. The word and book-based magic systems in these stories only further prove our point.