FAQ About YA Fantasy Books

YA Fantasy Books
9 months ago | gizem

What are some underrated YA Fantasy books that deserve more attention?

Certainly! There are many underrated YA Fantasy books that deserve more attention and recognition. These books may not have received as much mainstream attention as some others, but they offer captivating stories and imaginative worlds that are well worth exploring. Here are some underrated YA Fantasy books:

  • "The Bone Season" by Samantha Shannon: This series follows a clairvoyant girl living in a dystopian future where she must navigate a dangerous world of political intrigue and supernatural abilities.
  • "Serpent & Dove" by Shelby Mahurin: Set in a world of witches and witch hunters, this book features a unique magic system and a forbidden romance between a witch and a witch hunter.
  • "An Enchantment of Ravens" by Margaret Rogerson: This standalone novel follows a talented artist who accidentally paints the portrait of a dangerous faerie prince and gets drawn into the perilous faerie realm.
  • "The Gilded Wolves" by Roshani Chokshi: This book blends historical fiction with fantasy, set in Belle Époque Paris, where a diverse cast of characters embarks on a thrilling heist.
  • "Sorcery of Thorns" by Margaret Rogerson: In a world where grimoires are dangerous, sentient creatures, a young librarian must team up with a sorcerer to unravel a conspiracy.
  • "The Star-Touched Queen" by Roshani Chokshi: This beautifully written book draws inspiration from Indian mythology, following a princess with a star-touched horoscope.
  • "Rebel of the Sands" by Alwyn Hamilton: Set in a desert world inspired by Arabian Nights, this book follows a young gunslinger girl with magical abilities.
  • "The Bone Houses" by Emily Lloyd-Jones: Blending fantasy with horror, this book features a young gravedigger and a cursed graveyard in a world of dark magic.
  • "The Girl at Midnight" by Melissa Grey: This series follows a girl who is part of a secret race of people with feathers for hair, hidden in the shadows of the human world.
  • "The Queen's Rising" by Rebecca Ross: This book features a young woman who discovers her rare magical talent and gets caught up in political intrigue.