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6 months ago | gizem

Can you recommend books similar to Leigh Bardugo's works?

"An Ember in the Ashes" by Sabaa Tahir:

  • This series blends fantasy and dystopian elements, following characters in a world inspired by ancient Rome. It features a rebellion against an oppressive empire, magical elements, and intricate character dynamics.

"Red Queen" by Victoria Aveyard:

  • In a world divided by blood — Silver elites with superhuman abilities and Red commoners without — the protagonist, Mare Barrow, discovers her own extraordinary powers, setting off a chain of events that challenge the established order.

"Graceling" by Kristin Cashore:

  • In the Seven Kingdoms, some individuals possess Graces, special talents that set them apart. The protagonist, Katsa, has a Grace for killing, and the story explores themes of power, identity, and rebellion.

"Mistborn: The Final Empire" by Brandon Sanderson:

  • Sanderson is known for his intricate world-building and unique magic systems. "Mistborn" is set in a world where the Dark Lord has won, and a young street thief discovers her extraordinary abilities.

"The Bone Season" by Samantha Shannon:

  • Set in a dystopian future where clairvoyance is outlawed, the protagonist, Paige Mahoney, is a rare type of clairvoyant who becomes entangled in a complex and dangerous world.

"Truthwitch" by Susan Dennard:

  • In a world where magical abilities can be a source of power and conflict, two best friends, Safiya and Iseult, find themselves at the center of political intrigue and danger.

"Seraphina" by Rachel Hartman:

  • In a world where humans and dragons coexist, Seraphina, a gifted musician with a dangerous secret, becomes involved in political machinations and conspiracies.

"The Poppy War" by R.F. Kuang:

  • This grimdark fantasy series draws inspiration from Chinese history and follows the journey of Rin, a war orphan who discovers her shamanic powers and becomes embroiled in a war.

"The Shadow Game" by Amanda Foody:

  • Set in the city of Sintra, where magic is currency, the story follows a street thief named Enne Salta as she searches for her missing mother and becomes entangled in the dangerous Shadow Game.