The fantasy novel section is one of the largest of most modern bookstores.
Here are some authors that are favorites of Dragonlords' members. This
section will be continually expanding as I have time to code. If you have
specific fantasy titles that you would like to purchase but that you don't see here,
message me and I'll add them for you.
Fantasy Works by Other Authors
Blood and Gold (Vampire Chronicles)
- The seventh installment in Anne Rice's bestselling vampire series.
Quest for the Fallen Star
- Piers Anthony, James Richey and Alan Riggs team up to deliver this
fantasy adventure about the elf-enchantress Chentelle.
Bridge of Birds
- Barry Hughart is a fabulous author; in this work he uses Chinese folklore
to help him tell his tale.
Dragon's Blood (Pit Dragons, Bk. 1.)
- The first book in this wonderful young adult series that mixes fantasy
and science fiction.
Heart's Blood (Pit Dragons, Bk. 2.)
- Jakkin's adventures continue in this second book of the Pit Dragons trilogy.
A Sending of Dragons (Pit Dragons, Bk. 3.)
- The conclusion of the Pit Dragons trilogy.
Dark Lord: The First Tome of the Chronicles of Greywolf and the Goddess
- David Rountree and Diana Sinclair of the award-winning Castle Greywolf website offer this exciting epic fantasy novel for your reading pleasure.
Here There Be Dragons
- Jane Yolen's stories and poems about dragons; illustrated by David Wilgus.
A Dragon-Lover's Treasury of the Fantastic (Audio Cassette)
- Stories by Anne McCaffrey, Orson Scott Card, Jane Yolen, Roger
Zelazny and other excellent fantasy and science fiction authors.
Beneath the Vaulted Hills: The River into Darkness
- Sean Russell's tale about Lord Eldrich.
On the Wings of Fantasy
- A wonderful collection of poetry with fantasy themes.
Thirteen Tales of the Fae
- A collection of fantasy short stories.
- Mark Shepherd penned this urban fantasy.
For more fantasy titles, see the Dragonlords' Bookstore selections that retell the legend of
King Arthur, the Knights of the Round Table and the Holy Grail.
Here are some works that take a look at books in the fantasy genre.
The Encyclopedia of Fantasy
- John Clute and John Grant compiled this impressive compendium. (This item is no longer available through Amazon, but you might want to search for it using the box provided below. Sometimes it shows up in Auctions or Zshops.)
You can search Amazon's database directly from this box. If you find a title that you wish to purchase,
please message me and I'll add it to the Dragonlords' Bookstore so others
can enjoy it as well.
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