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8 Books You Should Read After The “Harry Potter” Series

If you are looking for the next big teen fantasy to read after the legendary Harry Potter series, well then this is the list for you. Here are 8 awesome books that you should read after Harry Potter.

#1 The Royal Rogue by Elizabeth Carlton

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One of the recommended books would be the Rogue Trilogy written by Elizabeth Carlton. The first book in the trilogy is The Royal Rogue. The book introduces the reader to the fabled city of Nevaharday

The story begins with Jaycent Connor, a reluctant prince who refuses to assume his father's title after a mysterious illness took his parents lives. It is a tale of forbidden romance, adventure, and unprecedented betrayal amidst the rhythm of clashing swords and thundering hooves in this adrenaline fueled adventure. 

Carlton's race of horse folk are original, charming, and so believable, they will pull you right into the story. 

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  1. These books transcend the Young Adult category much like Harry Potter did. This author is incredibly talented and I can’t wait for her next fantastical adventure!

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#2 A Wizard of Earthsea (The Earthsea Cycle)

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It is one of the best fantasy novels ever written, and the inspiration for many books that followed, including mine. 

The book takes a more serious tone than Potter, written more like a legend than a novel.  Its characters are very human and warm, and its world so believable you'll ache to wish it was true. 

Above all is a central idea in the book that was must embrace our shadow selves in order to be free, something we wrestle with continuously in a society that praises the good while doing endless harm. 

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#3 Escape to Clown Town

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The old storytelling styles of Tolkien and Lewis have been re-born and pumped with steroids. The wildly creative work, “Escape to Clown Town” has finally launched. The magical tale is the first in its 6 book series and is predicted to make waves. 

From the Author: “Escape to Clown Town” is a new breed of writing that embraces innocence and fearlessly tackles the true meaning of evil. Inspired by the old works of Tolkien, Lewis and Jane Austen, it throws itself into an exquisitely crafted universe that successfully marries the whimsicality of fantasy with an in depth look at good versus evil. “It’s not just a story. It lives, breathes and fearlessly (yet age appropriately) tells a coming of age tale of a young girl that is swept up in a journey that is bigger than she ever imagines. It inspires those who read it to dream big and overcome adversity. It has a diverse melting pot of characters that mirrors the world we live in, which forces us to reflect on society.” 

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#4 The Art of Harry Potter: Mini Book of Graphic Design

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From the classic pages of the Daily Prophet to the zany creations of Weasleys’ Wizard Wheezes, to the numerous textbooks, posters, and documents created for Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, iconic pieces of graphic design filled the Harry Potter films. This palm-sized art book will make a nice keepsake that fans will cherish.

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#5 Lights, Camera, Magic! – The Making of Fantastic Beasts

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Explore the filmmaking magic behind the story in Lights, Camera, Magic!, and visit a wizard's hat full of brand new locations never before seen on screen. The compelling narrative tells the full story behind the film, from script to screen, with profiles of the key characters and revealing insights from Eddie Redmayne, Johnny Depp, Jude Law, and many others.

Also included are sections on Costume, Set Design, Make-up, Special Effects, and Props, all of which are illuminated by interviews with Academy Award®-winners David Heyman, David Yates, Stuart Craig, Colleen Atwood, and a magical army of other crew. Packed with exciting photos that reveal the filmmaking process in discerning detail, and officially licensed by Warner Bros. Consumer Products, this is the definitive adult companion book to the film, and the perfect introduction to Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald.

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#6 The Archive of Magic: The Film Wizardry of Fantastic Beasts

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In this exciting full-color companion volume to Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, readers are transported behind the scenes of J.K. Rowling's Wizarding World for an enchanting, close-up look at Newt Scamander and his colorful trove of cohorts—beasts and wizards alike—alongside familiar names from the Harry Potter universe, including Albus Dumbledore and Nicolas Flamel, as they face off against the evil forces of Gellert Grindelwald, one of the world's most powerful Dark wizards.

Brimming with filmmaking secrets, behind-the-scenes photography, and stories from the cast and crew, this keepsake treasury features several removable facsimile reproductions of props and other materials from the movie, along with some very special effects, for a truly fantastic experience. Plus, there’s a special foreword by Jude Law.

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#7 The Art of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

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The Art of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, curated by concept artist Dermot Power, and filled with unique insights from Stuart Craig and the artists themselves about the filmmaking journey, takes you on a thrilling journey through a design process every bit as wonderful as that encountered by Newt, Tina, Queenie, and Jacob in the Wizarding World. 

Beautifully designed, and bursting with hundreds of dazzling production paintings and concept sketches, intricate card models of the sets, storyboards, and matte paintings, and sumptuously printed with “magical effects” and enhanced with unique removables, this finely crafted book—officially licensed by Warner Bros. Consumer Products—presents a visual feast for readers, and a truly immersive experience for fans of Fantastic Beasts. 

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#8 Jim Butcher the Dresden Files Series Set

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This series handles magic amazingly well, has a strong supporting cast, uses a noir-influenced plot structure that stays fairly focused, and it manages conflict between factions so much better than the Harry Potter series ever could. While it has some B-movie moments, it's a lot of fun and builds a rich world along the way. 

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