2017 promises to be an exciting year for fantasy fans. With new books, new series from old favourites and long awaited sequels, there’s something for everyone! Here at the Chronicler we have narrowed down the list to five of the most exciting books of 2017.
After our previous interview with Mark Lawrence, The Chronicler is honoured to meet Dyrk Ashton. Dyrk is a new fantasy author who released his debut novel Paternus in March 2016. Paternus is the first in a trilogy that combines science and myth into an epic fantasy series. Praised as “American Gods meets the Lord of… Continue reading The Chronicler meets….Dyrk Ashton
The best thing about fantasy ficion is just how diverse and wide the genre can be. Do you want to read about the ‘good guy’ and his amazing adventures? Do you like your sprawling, political epics? Are love-trianlges and dystopia more your cup of tea? Well fantasy is a broadchurch that lets you indulge in… Continue reading What are you currently reading?
Mark Lawrence is a best selling fantasy author who has sold over a million books worldwide and has seen his works translated into 20 languages. Best known for his Broken Empire trilogy, Mark has earned rave reviews from a number of fans and contempories, including the likes of Robin Hobb, Peter Brett and Neal Asher.… Continue reading The Chronicler meets… Mark Lawrence
Books always make great gifts at Christmas. In fact, books make great gifts all year round. Can’t decide on an appropriate secret santa present? Buy a book! Feel like relaxing and taking a break from life? Buy a book! There are always places where you can buy quality books at low prices. Here at the… Continue reading Bargains for Christmas! Where to buy cheap fantasy books
Propelled by its record breaking T.V show, George R.R Martin’s fantasy series A Song of Ice and Fire is the dominant force in the industry and perhaps in the literary world. Bookstores with no fantasy on their shelves still stock A Game of Thrones. You can buy T-shirts, mugs and even socks. It is a… Continue reading 5 BOOK Alternatives to ‘A Game of Thrones’
Fantasy fiction is an area of literature that is greatly misunderstood. Books are, to so many people, an escape from the trials and tribulations of the world. Nothing embodies this principle better than the fantasy genre. From Lord of the Rings to A Song of Ice and Fire, from Narnia to Harry Potter, there is… Continue reading The Doors Open….