Four Fantasy Trilogies to Read

Now that you have had a chance to dip your toes into fantasy with a stand alone book, now is the time to try a trilogy. These are some of my favorite fantasy trilogies and are very readable. I’ve linked to the first book in the trilogy, so you can add it to your goodreads to read shelf 🙂

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4 Fantasy Trilogies to pick up now

Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson: Mistborn is epic fantasy. There are fantastic characters (including a female lead), a different type of magic system, and a world that is immersive. Best part is that while this trilogy stands on its own, there are several books set in the same world 400 years after Mistborn.

Inheritance Trilogy by N.K. Jemisin: If you are not keen on what fantasy usually throws at you (the little guy rises up against the bad, only one person can save us all, etc etc) then you will likely enjoy Jemisin’s writing. While this trilogy isn’t a continuous story like most, the overarching theme flows throughout all three books. Of course, there are overlapping characters, but not like a normal series when you follow one character throughout the entire story.

Spiritwalker Trilogy by Kate Elliott: Kate Elliott is one of my favorite authors. This trilogy is set in a steampunk era with two fantastic female leads. There is magic, technology, relationships (both romantic and friendships), and a fascinating world. Plus, one of my all time favorite characters is in this series.

The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien: This a classic that everyone should read. Yes, even if you have seen the movies. While those are fantastic, they don’t beat the books. Good vs. evil, friendships, and epic trials make this a fantastic trilogy.

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Have you read any of these fantasy trilogies? Let me know in the comments if you have or if you have any other recommendations!

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11 thoughts on “Four Fantasy Trilogies to Read

  1. Fashionable Tigress

    I used to read all the time and now I find myself way too busy. I know it’s sad. But I love the Lord of the rings movies and the books are always better than the movie so I’ll have to find the time to read those books for sure ?

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