30 Fantasy and Paranormal Fiction Must Reads at Female Network

Ahoy there! I like using that term because the rains last week made me feel like I was living in an island. I did experience a lot of floods, but not as bad as the one we had 2 years ago. It’s still a hassle, though. Not to mention that our internet connection is wonky ever since the rains hit us, so yeah, I even felt more like an island last weekend. :/

So what’s a girl to do when there’s no internet? Read, of course. I managed to do a lot of reading last Friday night and yesterday. I loved it, because it’s been a while since I was able to lose myself in a pages of a book without getting distracted by the online world. So yeah, there was something good about that.

Then I remembered that I wasn’t able to post that I have a new book list up at Female Network! Eeps. So, in case you’re like me and you happened to end up with a rainy weekend with no Internet, stock up on these 30 fantasy and paranormal reads! Nothing like a little escapism to forget the rainy day worries, yes?

Love, Magic, and Monsters: 30 Fantasy and Paranormal Fiction Must-Reads

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This list wasn’t a hard list to write at all, mostly because I’ve read a lot more fantasy than I used to, and because of so many book bloggers who helped directly (by giving suggestions) and indirectly (from their book blogs): Chachic, Janice, The Book Smugglers, Kai, Ariel, Aaron, Jason, Monique and Tricia. :) Book bloggers help make writing about books so much easier — thank you friends!

So, hop on over to the list, talk about what books you have read from the list and share your own suggestions! :)

4 Thoughts on “30 Fantasy and Paranormal Fiction Must Reads at Female Network

  1. Oh wow! I can’t believe I was mentioned in this post! Just pleasantly surprised. :)

    I’m glad that I was able to (indirectly) contribute to the list. And I think I might just pick up “Iron King”, too. :)

    • You’re welcome! I liked your A Discovery of Witches review, so I thought it deserved a mention in my list. :D

      The Iron King is very good, although I have yet to read the third book in the series. I’m not much into faeries, but it’s one of the good fairy fiction out there. :)

  2. Yay, another book list! I love love book lists. In fact I just made my own wish list today. I’m glad The Graveyard Book and Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norell made it to your list! I adore both of these titles. Mostrumologist seems right up my alley. I got the recommendation from Chachic’s Book Nook on Rampant before, it sounds like a cool read with the man-eating unicorns! I hope you get to make more book lists for Female Network. :)

  3. I love that some of favorite books are mentioned here: Howl’s Moving Castle, Till We Have Faces, The Graveyard Book, Jonathan Strange…. I’m impressed with the list you came up with because I think there’s something there for everyone.

    I haven’t read The Child Thief but I have Brom’s Plucker, and I really love it. :) Did you like it? I also enjoy Catherynne Valente’s writing and I’m glad she’s on this list!

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