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Books Like Game Of Thrones (10 Books)

Game Of Thrones was published by George R.r. Martin in 1996. Here is a list of 10 books like Game Of Thrones by George R.r. Martin.

Last update: January 11, 2024

1. The Sword Of Shannara (1977)

"Central governments have always been the greatest danger to mankind."

In Terry Brooks' epic fantasy, "The Sword of Shannara," a young hero embarks on a perilous quest to wield a legendary weapon and confront the evil Warlock Lord in a battle that will determine the fate of the Four Lands. A timeless tale of magic, destiny, and adventure.

  • πŸ“‡ 736 Pages
  • πŸ“ 184,000 - 220,800 Word Count
  • ⏱️ 25 Hours Reading Time

2. The Dark Tower (1982)

"Go then, there are other worlds than these."

In Stephen King's transcendent epic, "The Dark Tower," a gunslinger embarks on a perilous quest across parallel worlds, battling sinister forces to reach the elusive Dark Tower and save all existence from imminent destruction. A masterfully crafted blend of fantasy, western, and horror.

  • πŸ“‡ 1,072 Pages
  • πŸ“ 268,000 - 321,600 Word Count
  • ⏱️ 36 Hours Reading Time

3. The Eye Of The World (1990)

"I will hate the man you choose because he isn't me, and love him if he makes you smile."

"The Eye of the World" by Robert Jordan is an enthralling epic fantasy that takes readers on a thrilling journey through a richly crafted world of magic, prophecies, and adventure, where a group of young heroes must confront an ancient evil threatening to plunge their land into darkness.

  • πŸ“‡ 334 Pages
  • πŸ“ 83,500 - 100,200 Word Count
  • ⏱️ 11 Hours Reading Time

4. The Last Wish (1993)

"There's a grain of truth in every fairy tale."

The Last Wish, the enthralling first book in Andrzej Sapkowski's sprawling Witcher series, introduces Geralt of Rivia, a monster hunter grappling with his destiny. Combining folklore, action, and wit, this captivating tale sets the stage for an extraordinary saga.

  • πŸ“‡ 352 Pages
  • πŸ“ 88,000 - 105,600 Word Count
  • ⏱️ 12 Hours Reading Time

5. Gardens Of The Moon (1999)

"Ambition is not a dirty word. Piss on compromise. Go for the throat."

In "Gardens Of The Moon" by Steven Erikson, readers are transported to the war-torn world of the Malazan Empire, where ancient powers clash and rivalries simmer in an intricately crafted epic fantasy filled with magic, politics, and richly drawn characters.

  • πŸ“‡ 666 Pages
  • πŸ“ 166,500 - 199,800 Word Count
  • ⏱️ 22 Hours Reading Time

6. The Blade Itself (2006)

"Once you've got a task to do, it's better to do it than live with the fear of it."

In Joe Abercrombie's riveting fantasy epic, "The Blade Itself," a diverse group of flawed and captivating characters become entangled in a web of politics, war, and ancient magical secrets, as they navigate a merciless world on the brink of chaos.

  • πŸ“‡ 560 Pages
  • πŸ“ 140,000 - 168,000 Word Count
  • ⏱️ 19 Hours Reading Time

7. The Final Empire (2006)

"You should try not to talk so much, friend. You'll sound far less stupid that way."

In Brandon Sanderson's epic fantasy, "The Final Empire," an unlikely hero takes on an immortal emperor and a world oppressed by an all-powerful regime. With a richly imagined world and captivating characters, this thrilling adventure is a must-read for fantasy enthusiasts.

  • πŸ“‡ 672 Pages
  • πŸ“ 168,000 - 201,600 Word Count
  • ⏱️ 22 Hours Reading Time

8. The Lies Of Locke Lamora (2006)

"There’s no freedom quite like the freedom of being constantly underestimated."

In "The Lies of Locke Lamora" by Scott Lynch, enter a world of deception and daring heists as master thief Locke Lamora navigates the dangerous canals of the city of Camorr, where every lie could be his downfall.

  • πŸ“‡ 736 Pages
  • πŸ“ 184,000 - 220,800 Word Count
  • ⏱️ 25 Hours Reading Time

9. The Name Of The Wind (2007)

"It's like everyone tells a story about themselves inside their own head. Always. All the time. That story makes you what you are. We build ourselves out of that story."

"The Name of the Wind" by Patrick Rothfuss is an enthralling tale of a gifted young musician named Kvothe, as he navigates a world of magic, music, and mystery, seeking revenge and unraveling the secrets of his tumultuous past. A spellbinding fantasy epic that will captivate fans of all ages.

  • πŸ“‡ 722 Pages
  • πŸ“ 180,500 - 216,600 Word Count
  • ⏱️ 24 Hours Reading Time

10. The Way Of Kings (2010)

"The purpose of a storyteller is not to tell you how to think, but to give you questions to think upon."

In Brandon Sanderson's epic fantasy masterpiece, The Way of Kings, readers embark on a breathtaking journey through a world torn by war and political intrigue. With compelling characters, intricate world-building, and breathtaking magic, this captivating tale will leave you eagerly awaiting the next installment.

  • πŸ“‡ 1,008 Pages
  • πŸ“ 252,000 - 302,400 Word Count
  • ⏱️ 34 Hours Reading Time