20 Best Fantasy Books For Teens

Fantasy books offer a way for teenagers to have imaginative worlds and epic adventures. Whether you’re a fan of magic or adventures, there’s a fantasy book on this list to transport you to another world.

In this post, we will explore the 20 Best Fantasy Books For Teens.

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The fantasy books mentioned in this post are based on comprehensive research and reviews and are considered some of the Fantasy Books For Teens.

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Overview Of The 20 Best Fantasy Books For Teens

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The Magician

In “The Magician” by Michael Scott, Nicholas, Sophie, Josh, and Scatty go to Paris. In this city, they face numerous enemies, including old ones. With time running out, Sophie must learn Fire Magic to face the dangers. Join them on this exciting adventure full of magic and danger.

A Court of Frost and Starlight

“A Court of Frost and Starlight” by Sarah J. Maas, follows Feyre, Rhysand, and their friends who are busy rebuilding their world after a major war. They’re looking forward to a break during the upcoming Winter, hoping to find some happiness. However, their past still haunts them, as they face the holiday season, they must face their traumas and the uncertainty of the future. Join them as they navigate the challenges of healing and rebuilding their world.

Don’t forget to check out A Court of Thorns and Roses Box Set.

A Deal with the Elf King

In “A Deal with the Elf King” by Elise Kova, the story unfolds in a world where humans once lived in fear of wild magic. However, the elves have taken a young woman from Luella’s village to be their Human Queen. But her life takes a turn when the Elf King arrives, and she is chosen to be their new queen. Luella is transported to a land with wild magic and is faced with daunting tasks.


In “Reflection” by Elizabeth Lim, when the Captain is gravely injured in a battle, Mulan begins on a dangerous journey to rescue him from the point of death. With the assistance of the lion guardian, Mulan navigates the challenges of this new land. She faces daunting obstacles and must complete her journey by sunrise. It’s a compelling story of sacrifice and determination.

A Duel with the Vampire Lord

In “A Duel with the Vampire Lord” by Elise Kova, Floriane makes weapons for vampire hunters. She’s dedicated to her community and their leader. But when her brother is attacked by the Vampire Lord Ruvan, Floriane’s world changes. She fights Ruvan, willing to defeat him. Floriane goes to the vampire castle and is attached to Ruvan. Join her on this journey filled with twists and turns.

The Culling Trials

“The Culling Trials” by Shannon Mayer, tells the story of a teenage girl faced with a challenge. When her younger brother is chosen for The Academy, a dangerous school of magic hidden within their world, she must step in to save him. Her older brother never returned from The Academy, and she’s determined not to lose another sibling. Disguised as a boy, she takes her brother’s place, entering a world of magic and monsters. It’s a story of survival, secrets, and magic.

A Dance with the Fae Prince

In “A Dance with the Fae Prince” by Elise Kova, Katria expected to be married but didn’t know a fae prince would be the groom. She’s determined not to fall in love. Yet, as she spends time with the prince, she finds it hard not to have feelings. Strange things happen in her new life and she gets transported to the fae world. This story is full of magic, mystery, and unexpected love.

Clockwork Angel 

In “Clockwork Angel,” by Cassandra Clare, Tessa Gray begins on a journey across the ocean to locate her brother in England. Little does she know, a terrifying world of supernatural beings, awaits her in London. Tessa seeks safety from the Shadowhunters. As she gets further in danger, she struggles with her feelings for two best friends. Join her on this thrilling adventure as her life becomes twisted with the Shadowhunters’ world.

The Sorcerer of the North

In “The Sorcerer of the North” by John Flanagan, Will is now a Ranger responsible for his own territory. When Lord Syron in the north becomes mysteriously ill, Will and his friend Alyss are drawn into a mysterious adventure. They must find who supports Lord Syron and deal with their fears. As tension rises and time is running out, Alyss is taken hostage. Will faces a tough decision, choosing between his mission and saving his friend.

The Sorceress 

In “The Sorceress” by Michael Scott, Paris is destroyed by some bad people, but the important Book’s missing pages are safe. Nicholas, Sophie, and Josh are in London, which is under the control of the bad people. To fight against them and escape London, they need to learn Magic. Join them in this exciting adventure filled with magic and adventure.

Check out The Nicholas 6 Books Collection for more adventure.

A Court of Silver Flames

“A Court of Silver Flames” by Sarah J. Maas tells the story of Nesta. She’s now a High Fae and struggles with her past traumas. Nesta often clashes with Cassian, a warrior. Despite their conflicts, they are friends. Meanwhile, dangerous enemies threaten their peace. To stop them, Cassian and Nesta must face this danger with bravery.

Clockwork Prince 

In “Clockwork Prince” by Cassandra Clare, Tessa finds safety among the Shadowhunters in London. But their safety doesn’t last long because a powerful Magister wants to use Tessa’s unique abilities for his dark plans. To escape, they embark on a journey to a mansion. Along the way, they meet a demon with a warning, which makes them realize the Magister is just a step ahead.

A Court of Wings and Ruin

In “A Court of Wings and Ruin” by Sarah J. Maas, Feyre goes back to the Spring Court to gather information about the king who threatens her land. But this means she has to play a dangerous game of lying, where one wrong move could bring disaster to everything. Feyre must learn to control her magical and political powers and deal with this danger.

Clockwork Princess

In “Clockwork Princess” by Cassandra Clare, there’s a big problem in the London Institute where Shadowhunters live. Mortmain wants to destroy the Shadowhunters. To make his plan work, he needs Tessa Gray. Charlotte, who runs the Institute, wants to find Mortmain before he can hurt them. But Mortmain kidnaps Tessa. Will and Jem join forces with other allies to rescue Tessa from Mortmain’s clutch.

Check out The Infernal Devices Box Set.

Bride of the Shadow King

In “Bride of the Shadow King” by Sylvia Mercedes, there’s a princess named Faraine who’s often kept away because she’s sick. Her younger sister is more favored in the royal court. Then, a mysterious Shadow King wants to marry one of them, and he chooses the younger sister. The king, named Vor, didn’t really want to marry but he agreed for his people. While he can’t stop thinking about Faraine, the older sister. This story is full of unexpected feelings and mysteries.

A Tournament of Crowns

In “A Tournament of Crowns” by Elise Kova, Eira finds herself in a dangerous situation. She recently took a man’s life, and she’s labeled a murderer. As she tries to clear her name, there’s no time to justify her actions. With only chance, she is thrust into the Tournament of Five Kingdoms. Alongside other conquerors, Eira must navigate the dangerous games and face her competitors. It’s a gripping story of survival.

Avatar, The Last Airbender

In “Avatar, The Last Airbender” by F. C. Yee, there’s a person named Yangchen who hears the voices of past Avatars. But she’s not as respected. She goes on a trip for a reason. There, she meets someone named Kavik, who says the city is run by evil merchants who want a dangerous weapon to gain power. Yangchen and Kavik work together to stop them.


In “Shadowspell” by Shannon Mayer, the girl finds themselves at a school filled with magic and monsters. To secure their place, they must pass the tests. However, things take a dark turn as their friends start disappearing. She is determined to rescue their missing friends, and won’t leave them behind. Join her in this mission filled with determination.

The Siege of Macindaw

“The Siege of Macindaw” by John Flanagan tells the story of a kingdom in danger. A knight named Keren has taken control of the Castle. The kingdom’s destiny now rests on the shoulders of two young heroes, Ranger Will and his brave friend, Horace. Join them in their daring journey to save the Kingdom.

Erak’s Ransom

In “Erak’s Ransom” by John Flanagan, Araluen and the Skandians, who used to be rivals, make a kind of peace. But then they heard that the Skandian leader had been captured by a dangerous desert tribe. So, they sent the Rangers, led by Will, to rescue him. But the desert is nothing like the places they’re used to. It’s super hot, and sandstorms are a big problem, But one thing stays the same, and that’s the Rangers’ bravery. Even in this strange and challenging land, they keep their courage and determination.


We hope that our list of fantasy books for teens has given you some great options to choose from and your teenager will have fun while exploring these fantasy books.

The fantasy books recommended in this list have been thoroughly researched and reviewed, and are considered some of the best Fantasy Books For Teens. While I may not have personally read all of these fantasy books, they have been highly recommended by other readers.

We would love to hear from you about which Fantasy book your teenager enjoyed the most, or if there is a favorite fantasy book that we missed. Please leave your comments and feedback below.

Best wishes and happy reading!

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