FallenKingdomReads’ list of 7 Must-Read Fantasy Books for Fans of ‘The Dark Tower’ Series.
Stephen King’s The Dark Tower series is a masterwork of fantasy, blending elements of horror, western, and sci-fi to create a unique and unforgettable story. If you’re a fan of the series and looking for more epic fantasy to dive into, here are seven must-read books to add to your list.
The Stormlight Archive by Brandon Sanderson
The Stormlight Archive is an ongoing epic fantasy series set in a shared universe of books known as the Cosmere. The story follows several main characters as they navigate a world torn apart by wars and magical upheaval.
The Chronicles of Amber by Roger Zelazny
The Chronicles of Amber is a classic series of fantasy novels that tells the story of a young man named Corwin, who discovers that he is part of a royal family with the power to travel between parallel worlds.
The Wheel of Time by Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson
The Wheel of Time is a massive epic fantasy series that spans 14 books and tells the story of a group of heroes who must save the world from an ancient evil. Brandon Sanderson completed the final three books in the series after Jordan’s death.
The Riyria Revelations by Michael J. Sullivan
The Riyria Revelations is a series of six novels that follow a pair of thieves named Royce and Hadrian as they get caught up in political intrigue and ancient magic.
The Book of the New Sun by Gene Wolfe
The Book of the New Sun is a classic work of science fantasy that follows a young apprentice named Severian as he becomes a member of the torturers’ guild and navigates a strange and dangerous world.
Chronicles of an Age of Darkness by Hugh Cook
Chronicles of an Age of Darkness is a series of ten novels set in a world where magic is fading and technology is taking over. The series follows a variety of characters as they try to survive and thrive in a changing world.
Otherland by Tad Williams
Otherland is a science fiction/fantasy series set in the near future, where a group of people become trapped in a virtual reality network known as Otherland. The series combines elements of cyberpunk, mythology, and classic fantasy to create a rich and complex world.