Suggested Reading

Readers often ask me for reading suggestions or about books that are like KDT, so I have put together a list of books you might enjoy. The list is far from complete, but I could probably go on for days. For most of these, I’ve fallen behind in the series and haven’t read all the books. I’ve been busy. 😃

Please feel free to comment and add your favorites to the list!

Sort of Like KDT

  • Riyria Revelations series by Michael J. Sullivan
  • The Society of the Sword Trilogy by Duncan M. Hamilton
  • The Farseer Trilogy by Robin Hobb
  • Gentleman Bastards by Scott Lynch
  • Weapon of Flesh Trilogy by Chris A. Jackson
  • The Shadow Sisters series by C. R. Daems
  • The Night Angel Trilogy by Brent Weeks
  • Storm and Fire, series by Anthony Gillis

Not like KDT, but still great reads

  • The Arthurian Saga, series by Mary Stewart (My first true fantasy love)
  • Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan
Books by Brandon Sanderson
  • Sword of Truth series by Terry Goodkind
  • Raven series by Giles Kristian
  • Schooled in Magic, series by Christopher Nuttall
  • Take the Body and Give me the Soul, by Julius Schenk (Unfortunate title, pretty good book)
  • The Book of Deacon series by Joseph Lallo
  • The Broken Prism, series by V. St. Clair
  • Spellscribed, series by Kristopher Cruz
  • The Godling Chronicles by Brian D. Anderson
  • Imp Series by Debra Dunbar
  • The Warden’s War Trilogy by Robert W. Michael
  • The Blue Dragon’s Gaes by Cheryl Matthynssens
  • The Academy series by Chad Leito
  • The Maestro Chronicles by John Buttrick (🎶Particularly appealing to musicians 🎶)
  • The Staff and the Sword by Patrick W. Carr
  • The Enchanters of Xarparion series by Michael T. Ford
  • The Legends of Dimmingwood by C. Greenwood
  • Legends of Windemere by Charles E. Yallowitz
  • The Spellmonger series by Terry Mancour
  • Godspeaker Trilogy by Karen Miller
  • The Art of Forgetting by Joanne Hall
  • The Harven Legacy by Jeremy Brooks
  • Legends of Muirwood by Jeff Wheeler
  • The Broken Empire by Mark Lawrence
  • The High King: A Tale of Alus by Donald Wigboldy
  • The Sorcerer’s Path by Brock Deskins
  • The Five Kingdoms seres by Toby Neighbors
  • Mageborn by Michael G. Manning
  • The Young Ancients by P. S. Powers
  • Sovereign of the Seven Isles series by David A. Wells
  • The Wielder Trilogy by T. B. Christensen
  • Raven’s Shadow by Anthony Ryan
  • Wind in the Stone by Andre Norton
  • The Kingkiller Chronicles by Patrick Rothfuss (Sorry, Book 3 has been long coming in this one)

Updated 2/16/2017

  • Sandra Smith
    Posted at 18:58h, 23 March Reply

    As I finish book 1, and am starting book 2, I cannot find where to leave a review but continue to search as this series deserves a high 5, for sure. As I have begun following I found your homepage and am grateful for the recommendations herein. Another great series, Whispers of War duology, just released book 2, by Sean Rodden. Superb, I place his books along with the LOTR, Tales of Mazetan (this series is only for the truly devout Military Fantasy fan), among all those listed above and would add the series by Elspeth Cooper who has denied her following of The Wild Hunt a conclusion for too long , ( totally unacceptable unless crisis has occurred, lots of tender spent for an incomplete tale of worth), and I do not see mention of Dennis L McKiernans Tales of Mithgar, but I rank this series highly as full of ingenuity and a great tale needing to be told. Thank you for the invitation to your site, and appreciate fellow readers suggestions.

  • brandon
    Posted at 22:23h, 17 March Reply

    If you want a really great series to listen to I would have to agree Robin Hobb’s series (all 9 books) surrounding Fitz. Simply amazing. Probably the best complete series I’ve listened to so far. Still waiting for other authors to finish other series but I think hers will still be one of my favorites of all time.

  • Dawn
    Posted at 14:21h, 31 January Reply

    Someone mentioned Jorundyrs Path by Duncan Hamilton, I wasn’t sure if you realized that was a trilogy that starts with Wolf of the North. All three books are great.

  • Sharon McFarlane
    Posted at 21:56h, 02 January Reply

    Am struggling to find a book to take the place of KDT 4! I MUST KNOW WHAT HAPPENS!

  • Wildfang
    Posted at 19:21h, 01 January Reply

    Great list!
    Anthony Ryan is publishing an new series called the Draconis Memoria which is a must read in my opinion.

    Can’t wait for the next KDT audio book!

  • Amber
    Posted at 20:22h, 12 December Reply

    Just finished KDT and was struggling to find a new book so thanks for the list!! Also to other readers I thoroughly reccommend ‘Jorundyrs Path’ by Duncan M. Hamilton (the authors mentioned on Kade’s list)

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