The Magician’s Nephew by CS Lewis is a fantasy novel first published in 1955. Although it is the sixth book in terms of publication, chronologically it is the 1st book in the children, young-adult series. The series has been considered one of the best fantasy works in literature and a classic. This book pictures the birth of Narnia, how the mighty Aslan has created the world, and how evil has managed to enter it.
The Return of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle is a collected edition of detective/crime mystery short stories. British private investigator Sherlock Holmes has been an iconic character and his adventures written by Conan Doyle are now considered classics works. This bundle consists of 13 stories first released between 1903 and 1904, before it finally collected in a single book in for the first time in 1905.
The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle is a collection of crime/detective mystery stories. Originally published in 1983, this bundled edition collects eleven of the best Sherlock Holmes adventures. Conan Doyle’ stories of this worldly famous British private detective (investigator) have been considered classic literary works.
A Home at the End of the World by Michael Cunningham, a Pulitzer Price winner, is a contemporary novel originally released in 1990. Told from multiple first-person points of view, the book explores LGBT theme (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender). The story focuses on the relationship between Bobby, a wild adventurous guy who has lost both his parents and brother, and Jonathan, son of a secluded and privileged family.
The Underland Chronicles by Suzanne Collins is a fun fantasy series originally published between 2003 and 2007. It consists of 5 books for children and young adult readers. The series follows the story of Gregor and his little sister Margaret, nicknamed Boots. They fall through the ventilation system of their apartment in New York and find themselves land in a place called the Underland. So begin their exciting adventure in the subterranean world, where they meet people who have landed there centuries ago and gigantic creatures.
Elantris by Brandon Sanderson is an epic fantasy novel originally released in 2005. It is a special book because it is the very first published novel by Sanderson. Set in the kingdom of Arelon, the book pictures the points of view of Raoden the Prince of Arelon, Sarene the Princess of Teod, and Hrathen the high priest. The experiences of these persons reveal what actually happen behind the fall of Arelon’s magical, sophisticated capital city, Elantris, and the decline of its people, Elantrians, from gods to cursed beings.
Edgedancer by Brandon Sanderson is a fantasy novella originally released in 2016. It is labeled book 2.5 in The Stormlight Archive series. The book follows the adventure of a young surgebinder, and a thief, Lift. She just acquires a new power and is not to sure the true potential of that power and how to use it. What she finds out is that she can steal a lot of food with it. However, that power has led her into a great danger as the Darkness, who hunts the new incarnations of Knight Radiants, is now putting Lift in his list.
Words of Radiance by Brandon Sanderson is an epic novel originally released in 2014. It is the 2nd book in the high fantasy series The Stormlight Archive. In this book Kaladin is now a bodyguard who must protect the King and Highprince. Meanwhile, Szeth the Assassin is wandering and killing rulers in Roshar. Shallan the Lightweaver struggles to reach Shattered Plains, to get the secrets she needs