From magic systems based around words, math, or crafts, these are the best magic systems in fantasy books, from the cozy to the macabre.
Want to capture that dreamy fantasy of velvet and stars? Escape into one of these whimsigoth books and let the world disappear for a while.
What kind of fictional librarian are you? Are you a warrior librarian or a witch? Do you play strictly by the rules or do you break them?
Your acceptance letter has finally arrived with these fun graphic novels set at magic school full of witches, mutants, and extraterrestrials.
Literary witches are back in full force. For Women's History Month, pick up these books that feature witches in empowering ways, including Witches by Brenda Lozano.
Books about forbidden magic mix rich fantasy systems with high-stakes drama. Here are some of the best, from middle grade like Amari and the Night Brothers by B. B. Alston to adult fantasy like The Year of the Witching by Alexis Henderson.
These classic and more contemporary books of gothic horror, gothic fantasy, and a blend of the two are perfect for an Autumn evening read.
Love the show PUSHING DAISIES? These nine books, including Nothing To See Here, will make you feel like the show lives on.
Autumn is made for magic. Get a dose of the fantastic from these new graphic novels about magic like Witches of Brooklyn by Sophie Escabasse, as well as a couple of tarot sets.
Though Harry Potter might be one of the most easily recognizable books about magic schools, there are many books that go beyond Hogwarts. Find them here.