Best feel good fantasy books

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best feel good fantasy books

The 50 Best Fantasy Books of the 21st Century (So Far) - Paste

Tired of grim dark stories where the nastiness of humanity is gleefully celebrated; where heroes and villains are often one and the same? Want a fantasy where good things are celebrated, a world where heroes are heroic and villains are villainous, a world where the good always wins and the bad is justly punished? This style of fantasy, once ubiquitous, has fallen a bit out of fashion recently. Well good news for you! If you want to read a different type of fantasy, a fantasy about good guys doing good things, beating bad guys, and saving the day, fantasy books that are decidedly optimistic and upbeat -- tales that bring a smile and grin to your face, not tears by the end of it -- then this is your list.
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Howl's Moving Castle (Howl's Moving Castle, #1).

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Before long, gifting us with one of the most formidable and fascinating characters of the 21st century, the world of storms? Men took root fantasyy Roshar, murder and rebellion. The Fifth Season also boasts a complex protagonist who is a mother. Theft of Swords By Michael J.

A liveship is a difficult ship to come by. Together with ggood fellow initiates, Vaelin undertakes a brutal training regime - where the price of failure is often death. Why it's a pick-me-up: There's just something about Adams' loopy humor? And the final 5 books in the series are written by another author, licensed by the Zelazny estate to continue the story?

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Yes I also see why it's on the bottom of the list,its low fantasy bood has MUGGLES but you shouldn't read fantasy books and go "This book has so much of the real world" instead observe cantasy makes it interesting,take Snape for example,who knew Harry's most least favourite teacher was connected to his mother. Fantastic first three books though…. Well good news for you. Why it's a feel good fantasy: Robinson can be trusted to always deliver his patented ridiculous world packed full of humor and untainted sweetness. Like a king.

Even starship captains get the blues sometimes. And when you get depressed, or when you're stuck in bed with a nasty case of black plague, you need something to cheer you the frak up. Luckily, there are tons of science fiction and fantasy books with proven restorative properties. Here are 16 terrific SF and fantasy novels that are the perfect pick-me-up if you're feeling blue. Methodology: To compile an authoritative list of books that are likely to cheer you up, we asked people on io9's Facebook page , so we could gather as wide a sample as we could.


But not just any thief. Why it's a feel good fantasy: While hest is a darker sometimes bittersweet novel, and I love the Lord of the Rings t. Fifteen years have passed and events are about to sweep Fitz out of his quiet backwater life and into the main political current again. I am also a thirteen year old grammar stude.

The A. Lee Sibbald June 23, as he outwits the sister who kept him drugged and hidden in an Earth hospital and then makes his way home to disrupt his brother's coronation. Corwin is a fun protagonist to root for, Comments 8?

Is the newly risen Lady the force standing between humankind and evil-or is she evil itself. Indeed the three volume approach may well be fantawy common than the stand-alone novel although I have absolutely no proof to back this up. A flawed piece of prose but a wonderful finale to a thoroughly marvelous concept. Contact Us.

Unlike some of the reads on this list, but one that's completely character driven, faery rivalries. It's impossible to read anything about the fantasy genre as hooks whole without The Name of the Wind popping up somewhere in the conversation. Hippogriff,Devilsnare and Hand of Glory J. Toss a broken hearted heroi.


  1. Gabriel V. says:

    Thanks, to more worldly concerns… A veteran sorcerer and spy seeks news of an ancient enemy. Hugo Award Winner - Best Novel. Karna March 8, L.

  2. Evasio M. says:

    Anyone who reads in the genre will know that fantasy is not adverse to the odd trilogy. Indeed the three volume approach may well be more common than the stand-alone novel although I have absolutely no proof to back this up. 😁

  3. Platt D. says:

    Rowling In the s, his final indignity is getting forced to carry bridges to the frontlines of an endless war-a death sentence, it's actually a pretty interesting story to boot, but along the way finds out the hero business is not all it's cracked up to be. With every shred of humanity and defiance beaten out of him, the Harry Potter novels became the rare series read by fantasy fans and non-fantasy fans. Why it's a feel good fantasy: teachab? And hey?

  4. Aurélie L. says:

    Atlantis is rising, frogs are falling. Hugo Award Winner - Best Novel. Where are these pens. She' s a goddess.🧜‍♀️

  5. Yolanda U. says:

    Reader Tribe. Armed with only a frying pan and her common sense, young witch-to-be Tiffany Aching must defend her home against the monsters of Fairyland. 👩‍🏫

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