43 Best Fantasy Book Series With Dragons
Check out the best fantasy book series with dragons from magical lands where you can meet witches, warlocks, and all kinds of magical creatures.
These magical dragon book series will make sure you have an epic ride that lasts for many many books. Dragons have always been one of the most beloved legendary creatures that appear in various culture’s tales, myths, and legends all over the world.
Over the centuries dragons became beloved monsters of fantasy books and movies with dozens of different personality traits, physical shapes, and sizes.
We collected some of the most exciting fantasy books on dragons from all genres. Doesn’t matter if you like your dragons in YA books or in Adult fantasy fiction you’ll find here something magical to read.
Best Fantasy Book Series with Dragons & Magic
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43| The Time of Contempt (The Witcher #2) by Andrzej Sapkowski | Published: 1995
The Witcher fantasy book series is now a classic one. Most people only know these stories from the games and now thanks to Netflix we can also enjoy it as a visually stunning show with witches, magic, and all the fantasy goodness.
However, the tales of Geralt of Rivia started with The Witcher book series. Dragons are rare almost extinct in this world and while The Witcher’s job is to kill all kinds of monsters and magical beasts he tries not to kill any sentient beings unless he really has to.
While dragons do not play the main role in this fantasy book series it’s still a great read that can be thoroughly enjoyed from the first book to the last.
The Witcher is a dark fantasy book series with dragons for adults where you’ll also meet all kinds of creatures and beings with magical powers in a gorgeously built world where you’ll love to get lost.
42| Novice Dragoneer (Dragoneer Academy #1) by E.E. Knight | Published: 2019
The story follows Ileth as she joins a military order of Dragonriders. She dreamed of serving with dragons since she was a child so when she is finally old enough she decides to run away to finally become a novice dragoneer at the ancient human-dragon fortress of the Serpentine.
Naturally, her journey only begins after she finally joins the Dragonriders.
It’s a lovely coming of age fantasy YA story about finding one’s place and self in the world, love, and the power within us.
The Novice Dragoneer is a beautiful fantasy fiction YA book series with dragons that can be just as entertaining for adults as it is for its younger readers.
41| Eon: Dragoneye Reborn (Eon #1) by Alison Goodman | Published: 2008
Dragon Eye reborn is a story about Eon, a twelve-year-old who has been in training for years. His study includes Dragon Magic, based on East Asian astrology and it involves two kinds of skills: sword-work and magical aptitude.
Eon and his master hope that he will be chosen as a Dragoneye. Dragoneyes are the chosen ones who are able to bond with dragons or celestial creatures that are based on the twelve celestial animals of the Chinese Zodiac. This bonding gives Dragoneyes such strong magical powers that can even control the elements.
However, there is a thirteenth dragon who has been missing for hundreds of years and Eon could be the one but he has a dangerous secret. Eon is actually Eona, a sixteen-year-old girl who has been masquerading as a boy for the chance to become a Dragoneye. If anyone were to find out her death would be assured since females are forbidden to use Dragon Magic she had no other choice.
Soon Eon has to find her inner strength to fight those who want to take away her magic and her life.
Eon is a beautiful speculative fantasy fiction book series with dragons based on Asian myths and customs.
40| Dragon Bound (Elder Races #1) by Thea Harrison | Published: 2011
If you enjoyed Fifty Shades of Grey and love fantasy or paranormal books then you’re going to love this one.
This is a HOT paranormal romance series with a very masculine alpha male who is half-human half-dragon and our heroine Pia who is a half-human and half-Wyr.
Pia is forced to steal a coin from Dragos the most powerful member of the Elder Races. After he tracks her down he decides to spare her life but claimes her as his own.
While Pia knows she must repay Dragos for her trespass she refuses to become his slave. This, however, doesn’t stop her from wanting him, body and soul.
Dragon Bound is a fun urban fantasy paranormal romance book series with dragons and some R rated sex scenes… yes even with dragons. This read is definitely one for adult readers.
39| Dark Arts and a Daiquiri (The Guild Codex: Spellbound #2) by Annette Marie
These fun urban fantasy books are about Tori a human girl, who got a bartending job at a guild and accidentally discovered that magic is real and that there are all kinds of magical beings including; mages, sorcerers, alchemists, witches, and psychics living amongst humans.
She soon befriends three super sexy mages and after one thing leads to another she became their bait in their attempt of catching the scariest black-magic felon in the city.
It’s a sassy, fast, and super enjoyable read one that can be enjoyed by adults and older teens as well.
Dark Arts and a Daiquiri is an urban paranormal fantasy book series with dragons, magic, and a kick-ass heroine.
38| Uncrowned (Cradle #7) by Will Wight
Will Wight’s Cradle series have entertained many fantasy lovers. No question if Uncrowned is worthy of its prequels. Cradle’s rulers and royals have gathered together bringing their successors, students and best fighters to see who is the greatest amongst them.
Prepare for a ton of exciting fights scenes, which feel like they are actually happening in your room, where you curled up for a good read.
The story ends with a big twist, so expect the unexpected. The tournament is full of excitement, interesting martial moves and, of course, dragons.
37| The Iron King (The Iron Fey #1) by Julie Kagawa
It looks like she has a stalker and nothing is the same as it was.
Soon, it turns out she is an heir to a Faery King and finds herself in a terrible war.
It is time for her to step up and find her limits in hardship.
36| The Dragonet Prophecy (Wings of Fire #1) by Tui T. Sutherland
In the world of dragons, a long-lasting war has been shadowing the lives of many. Each of the seven dragon tribes has claims on the ancient treasures. In these desperate times, desperate measures are called for. The only group of dragons seeking peace is an underground movement called the Talons of Peace.
According to a prophecy, the sacrifice of five dragonets will bring peace to their lands.
It is a touching but action-full book series about dragons. You are not going to be able to put these books down wondering if the escaped dragonets will have to fulfill the prophecy or whether there is another solution.
35| Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone (Harry Potter #1) by J.K. Rowling
Yes, dragon lovers, we just couldn’t leave out one of the biggest books of the century. J.K. Rowling’s first Potter book is amazing for so many reasons. It is a completely new world, new feelings and some already known creatures in a new light.
Do you remember when Hagrid trades a dragon egg? It doesn’t matter what a huge mistake he made because we got to be there at the hatching of Norbert, the adorable little Norwegian Ridgeback dragon.
Probably fans who pay attention know, later Norbert turns out to be a female. The Harry Potter books are not books about dragons, but with all the strange creatures and of course, dragons, it is a great adventure fantasy book with all sorts of magical creatures.
34| Dealing with Dragons (Enchanted Forest Chronicles #1) by Patricia C. Wrede
Patricia C. Werde created a princess, who is not at all the usual spoiled, soft person, waiting for a prince to give a purpose to her life. No, she is completely the opposite. No one tells her what to do, she has her own opinion and sticks to it.
Cimorene is actually quite bored with her easy life and decides to look for new excitements. On her search for less boring things, she meets a dragon and decides to actually live with the creature.
She made the right choice, she finally lives an exciting life she could hardly imagine before.
It is a cute and entertaining book. It is quite sad to say, but it was ahead of its time in 2002 when it was published. By now, it is becoming more of a trend to like kick-ass princesses, but there is still a long way to go.
Despite we would categorize it as one of the best books with dragons for younger ages, it is a superb book for adults just as well.
33| The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland in a Ship of Her Own Making (Fairyland #1) by Catherynne M. Valente
If your inner child is in need of a little morale boost, you have just found your new go-to book. It is a charming, lovable story of 12-year old September, who after being left on her own at home, ends up going to fairyland. Her help is needed with retrieving a talisman for the Marquess.
You are going to immerse in heart-pounding adventures with September and her companions on the road. We were expecting a dragon, without disappointment we got an adorable, book-loving Wyvern.
The style of Valente is easy to grow fond of, even for adults. We also just cannot have enough of the mesmerizing illustrations by Ana Juan.
32| How to Train Your Dragon (How to Train Your Dragon, #1) by Cressida Cowell
Still, even if you have already watched those movies, you are going to love reading the books too.
The story of the young Hiccup finding and training his own dragon is just a treat. You are going to smile, laugh and chuckle through most of the book. It is cute and entertaining.
Not a coincidence it got so popular and often referred to as one of the best books with dragons. It is for sure lighthearted, a superb fit for younger humans, but certainly, adults will find joy between these lines.
31| The Last Dragonslayer (The Last Dragonslayer #1) by Jasper Fforde
The Last Dragonslayer series is definitely something very few would expect. Jasper Pforde has managed to come up with a totally new approach to the whole magic and dragon theme.
Jennifer Strange is running an employment agency for magicians called Kazam. Imagine a world, where magic is not just taken for granted, but sort of became redundant. Jennifer is doing her best to support the wielders of magic in such a difficult time.
If that wouldn’t be enough on her plate, a prophecy predicts the last dragon’s slaughter by an unknown dragonslayer. Is she going to be able to prevent such a terrible disaster?
We really think it is one of the best humorous dragon books. This one as well is a good series to get little ones hooked on reading.
30| The Hero and the Crown (Damar #2) by Robin McKinley
Great adventures await if you follow the one and only Aerin’s dark and dangerous fight to fulfill a prophecy of a hero that will rule Dramar. First of all, it is one of the best fantasy books with a female lead.
Secondly, it is difficult to believe that The Hero and the Crown was first published in 1984. It is great to see there is, there was and there will be a demand for awesome female heroes as well.
Aerin’s mother, a powerful witch charmed the king to marry her and to bear the child who will fulfill the prediction of the hero’s coming. She actually died in despair when she realized the child is not a son.
However, Aerin turned out to be ten times the hero any man could be.
This is an incredible fantasy book with plenty of action and interesting turns and of course, dragons.
29| Dragondrums (Harper Hall of Pern #3) by Anne McCaffrey
The last book of the Harper Hall Trilogy has you for a fun and interesting time. This one follows the story of Piemur, who has a beautiful soprano voice, however, as he goes through puberty, which puts him in a difficult situation at the Harper Hall.
To his luck, the Masterharper does his best to support him and takes him in as his apprentice. Soon he picks up drumming, but he is in terrible condition. Soon Piemur ends up in the Southern Continent with a Fire Lizard Queen.
It is a great read, with plenty to connect with emotionally.
28| The Elvenbane (Halfblood Chronicles #1) by Andre Norton, Mercedes Lackey
Shana, the halfbreed (half-Elf and half-human) was not supposed to be born. After her mother’s death, she is rescued to be raised by dragons.
Get a closer look at the fascinating hidden world of dragons.
Shana is actually the embodiment of an Elven prophecy feared by all Elvenlords.
27| Vanish (Firelight #2) by Sophie Jordan
Let us begin by stating, not all books have to be all reasonable and sensible. Sometimes, just as humans, books can be a little too romantic. Vanish, is definitely a good book if you can keep that in mind.
If you do not like romantic stories then this one is not for you. It is the story of Jacinda, who made a terrible mistake in the hopes of saving her love. Well, she succeeded but managed to ruin her own life.
To sum up, it is a great romantic fantasy book.
26| Fool’s Errand (The Tawny Man #1) by Robin Hobb
Robin Hobb’s works are often included in best fantasy books lists. For a good reason. She does such a great job of creating a strong bond with her characters, you just cannot stop thinking about them.
In Fool’s Errand, it is no different. FitzChivalry Farseer or Fitz is now living in a remote cabin as far from people as possible years after the Red Ship Wars. He is not completely alone, a few friends and his loyal friends are still with him.
We get to learn about Fitz’s youth as he remembers all the challenges he had to go through. One day though, he has to embark on an epic journey to find Prince Dutiful, who disappeared before his diplomatic wedding.
Fool’s Errand is one of the best fantasy drama books adults can enjoy just as well as teens. It’s an emotional and adventurous ride.
25| Dragonsbane (Winterlands #1) by Barbara Hambly
The Winterlands series is one hell of a ride. Barbara Hambly is quite a storyteller, who is not at all afraid to drag her protagonists into the darkest of tests.
See how far young, but brave Gareth can get in his quest to save the kingdom. First, he has to find and persuade John Aversin to help them slay the Black Dragon holding his people in fear. Aversin is the only person known alive who slew a dragon before.
This feat will surely occupy a few pages in the future history books, but can Gareth, Avesin and his sons’ mother Jenny succeed against dragons and the powerful sorceress, Zyrene?
24| Dragon’s Heart (Pit Dragon Chronicles #4) by Jane Yolen
The fourth book of the Pit Dragon Chronicles naturally cannot go without the prequels, but still, this out of the ordinary book is a delight to read.
It is a superb fantasy book with dragons for teens. Not only for them, however, Jane Yolen has brought a teenage friendship/love that is definitely going to be of help for youngsters exploring love. You will sometimes have to remind yourself to be patient as the two main characters can have some silly arguments from time to time.
Jakkin and Akki return to their beloved dragons after an incredible time on the run. They can communicate with dragons and their knowledge can save all they love, but in the wrong hands, eternal darkness could take over the planet.
There is a lot of action throughout these four YA dragon books, you are going to find yourself on the edge of your seat quite often.
23|Dragon Keeper (Dragon Keeper #1) by Carole Wilkinson
A fascinating story of the last living dragon in the world, back in Ancient China. The cruel emperor intends to end the dragon bloodline.
An unlikely hero arises; an orphan girl (whose name we don’t know) to free and protect the dragon and his purple stone.
It is just an amazing book with so much to learn from. How this shy, apprehensive girl turns into one of the bravest heroes one can find.
Hunted by a dragonslayer and a powerful sorcerer, this is going to be a venture many will remember for a long time.
22| A Natural History of Dragons (The Memoirs of Lady Trent #1) by Marie Brennan
We love this book because it is definitely a completely new approach to dragon fantasy books. Meet Isabella, Lady Trent through her memoirs and dive into the colorful life of hers. She has been through a lot but most importantly, she has devoted most of her time to get those magical creatures to know better.
Thanks to her notes, now we have a much better understanding of dragons, and their anatomy, behavior, and purpose.
It is not just dry anatomy though. You can actually get to know Lady Trent, learn about her life through her eyes.
Life is not easy for pioneers and her plans to figure everything out there is to know about dragons, are no conventional aspirations.
21| Dragon Rider (Dragon Rider #1) by Cornelia Funke
Cornelia Funke is offering to take you on a journey of your dreams. Ben and his unlikely friend, Firedrake the dragon are on a quest of finding the fabled land, where silver dragons can live in peace.
During the search for the land offering harmony, our protagonists go through challenges they need to gather all their strength and bravery for.
It is one of the best adventure fantasy books about dragons for children and for those who are still kids at heart. We just love the constant action throughout the book and the heartwarming friendship of man and dragon.
20| Dragon Slippers (Dragon Slippers #1) by Jessica Day George
Creel is facing a dilemma not many of us probably do. Her aunt wants to sacrifice her to the dragon rumored to be living near their town.
Well, Creel takes it quite easy as the dragon hasn’t been seen for long. To her misfortune, the dragon does exist and it turns out he is actually open to negotiations about the girl’s life.
She gets away alive with a little souvenir; a pair of blue slippers, that proves to be much more than just ordinary footwear. It possesses magical powers and has the potential to save or ruin the kingdom threatened by war.
It is a fun, quite easy read with a lot to happening throughout the book, so you are hardly going to realize you have read the book in a day.
19| His Majesty’s Dragon (Temeraire #1) by Naomi Novik
Naomi Novik’s Temeraire series is pretty exciting and surprising as well. Imagine if Napoleon’s invasions were supported by dragons. Instead, or besides horses, soldiers had the support of these powerful creatures.
Well, it would have been even more devastating than it was actually.
Captain Hill Laurence of HMS Reliant finds an unhatched dragon egg when capturing a French warship to soon find a friend of a lifetime.
Live the life of an aerial fighter by following the incredible adventures of Laurence and his dragon, Temeraire.
His Majesty’s Dragon is one of the best war fantasy books with dragons for adults and older teens.
18| Seraphina (Seraphina #1) by Rachel Hartman
Explore a world where dragons are much more than just fire breathing giants. Rachel Hartman came up with a concept, that builds on the idea of dragons holding valuable and unimaginable wisdom.
The magical creatures can change into human form and they share their knowledge as scholars in universities.
In the kingdom of Goredd, dragons and humans live in peace, but the forty years since the pact still hasn’t brought complete trust. Following a royal family member’s brutal murder the investigation begins.
Seraphina is a really talented musician, who ends up being part of the investigation, but she has a secret that could put her in danger.
Seraphina is among the best investigative fantasy books with dragons we have found so far.
17| Secrets of the Dragon Sanctuary (Fablehaven #4) by Brandon Mull
The hunt for the artifacts continues as Kendra finds a clue to the next one hidden in a place, where no life-fearing person would go.
Despite knowing it is certain death, the Knights of the Dawn embark on the mission to Wymroost, a dragon sanctuary.
It is a book full of adventures, myths, and fearless heroes. There are many characters to like and cheer for. It is the fourth book of the Fablehaven series, if you are new to Brandon Mull’s world, then start with number one. You are heading to an unforgettable adventure.
16| Guards! Guards! (Discworld, #8; City Watch #1) by Terry Pratchett
Terry Pratchett is probably one of the most familiar names on this list. He has contributed to great times in our lives with countless superb books. His sense of humor does not disappoint this time either.
Guards! Guards! brings us to the cramped resting space of dragons. Well, you are going to laugh out loud throughout the book many times, so do prepare for laughter induced belly ache.
The comedic relationship between newbie Carrot, the dwarf and the Night Watch captain Sam Vimes is just hilarious.
If you are new to the Discworld, you are at luck, there are 40 books in the series. Unfortunately, there will not be more of probably the best English comedy fantasy books as Sir Pratchett had passed away in 2015.
15| A Wizard of Earthsea (Earthsea Cycle #1) by Ursula K. Le Guin
First being published in 1968, the Earthsea Cycle series is definitely among the firsts of the modern dragon and magic fantasy books.
Ursula K. Le Guin should be considered one of the most influential writers in the fantasy world.
The story of the somewhat arrogant and utterly powerful sorcerer called Sparrowhawk in his youth is quite a roller coaster. We see him become the powerful wielder of magic and master of all supernatural powers and creatures, including a dragon.
His curiosity about ancient powers and magical beings brought darkness to the world. Now it is up to him to show character and do whatever it takes to restore the balance.
14| The Fire Within (The Last Dragon Chronicles, #1) by Chris d’Lacey
The Fire Within is a lovely little book, first of the Last Dragon Chronicles, that is one of the best books with dragons for children. Have to stress. For children.
Try not to look at this book as the dragon bible, or something that is going to change an adult’s life. No, it is a great book to get little ones to read some more and find joy in reading.
The lighthearted story of David moving in with Elizabeth and her 11-year old daughter explores the story of dragons. David seems to have his own dragon, which may be even more of a reality than he could imagine.
He is faced with a task to save his dragon, and to succeed, he has to master the magical arts of the Fire Within.
13| The Dragon’s Eye (Dragonology Chronicles #1) by Dugald A. Steer
The Dragonology Chronicles is an adorable series by Dugald A. Steer. If you enjoyed the style of Series of Unfortunate events, you are going to enjoy this one for sure.
This heartwarming and engaging story of the Cook siblings, Beatrice and Daniel, takes us to the fascinating world of dragons through the teachings of Dr. Drake.
The Dragon’s Eye is a powerful weapon that is desired by the evil Ignatius Cook. As the story suggests, there are plenty of twists, fun moments and suspense throughout the book.
It is definitely one of the best young adult books with dragons.
12| Magyk (Septimus Heap, #1) by Angie Sage
Angie Sage did a perfect job of making people feel at home who have been craving magic for long. It is a beautiful, easy to digest book about supernatural, odd beings, magic and all that comes with magic.
The mind-blowing story of the 7th son of the 7th son, Septimus Heap is definitely one to remember. The first book of the Septimus Heap introduces an enchanting world, Septimus himself and a violet-eyed girl, who was found on the birthday of Septimus.
Well, get into the adventures of interesting people, outstanding adventures and magic all around. All the magic paired with a great style of writing to make your read even more fun.
11| Wild Magic (Immortals, #1) by Tamora Pierce
Here is another superb female lead in the world of magic and unusual beings. Tamora Pierce brought a realm to us back in the ’90s, we are all a little scared of but incredibly attracted to.
Follow Young Daine as she becomes a horse caretaker to help drive a herd of ponies to Tortall. Not long until she realizes, her skills are not limited to horses. She is great with all creatures and becomes a person of interest.
Dragons and magical beings alike understand and obey her words, which brings hard times at first. She has some working out to do in order to be able able to fully comprehend her capabilities.
It must be on a list of best books with dragons and magical animals.
10| The Two Princesses of Bamarre (The Two Princesses of Bamarre, #1) by Gail Carson Levine
The imaginative story of twelve-year-old Addie serves as a great encouragement for fearful people. Even if you are an adult, you are going to find inspiration in how the little girl has to step out of her sister’s shadow to embark on a venture to save her sister.
She is afraid of most creatures that lurk on the lands of Bamarre. But most importantly, she is paralyzingly scared of spiders.
As she steps on the path of a hero supported by magical items passed on to her by her loved ones, she proves to be worthy of the task to find a cure for Meryl, her admired sibling.
It is not a book where dragons play a big part, but Addie does have to outsmart one to achieve her goals.
The Two Princesses of Bamarre is one of the best adventure fantasy books for young adults with dragons.
9| Dragons of Autumn Twilight (Dragonlance: Chronicles, #1) by Margaret Weis & Tracy Hickman
An unlikely group of friends has been apart for five years and they finally reunite as pledged. As Tanis and his friends gather, they soon have to realize, there is a quest to be concluded.
Turns out the Seekers are in search of the Blue Crystal Staff. It beholds the powers of Mishakal and is capable of healing others.
The Companions find the staff by coincidence in the same inn they are staying at. It is carried by Goldmoon, a plainswoman.
Soon the Companions are trialed hard as they are trying to protect the staff and its owner.
It is not your typical group of heroes. Even they couldn’t imagine being once praised and admired by many.
It is a fun and full of action fantasy with great twists and difficulties its heroes have to face.
8|The Lost Hero (The Heroes of Olympus, #1) by Rick Riordan
Rick Riordan’s name probably rings a bell to many fantasy readers. He is the author of many NY Times bestsellers. The Heroes of Olympus series begins with Jason waking up in a school bus full of children.
He remembers nothing but signs indicate he has a girlfriend called Piper and a good friend, Leo. The bus is headed to a camp for bad kids and Jason has no idea how he happened to be in need of correction.
Further than that, he has nothing to go on with. As the story develops, we soon find out, both Piper and Leo have their own weird stories and unthinkable secrets.
Strange creatures appear at Camp Half-Blood and all Jason’s mates claim they are all related to gods.
Will Jason be able to find an explanation for all the strange things that are going on at the camp?
7| Dragon Bones (Hurog, #1) by Patricia Briggs
The magnificent series of Hurog (the Kingdom) begins with the new Lord taking on called Ward. It seems it is the beginning of desperate times, the kingdom is on the verge of a terrible war.
On his way to the boarders, Ward finds the magical bones of a giant dragon. The one in possession of these bones may become someone very powerful. One could do great deeds or devastating acts. It is up to Ward now to protect this enormous power and do what’s best for his people.
His enemies are definitely going to be after those magical bones, who is going to enforce their will by the end?
The Hurog series are superb fantasy books with dragons for all ages.
6| Magician: Apprentice Volume 1 (Raymond E. Feist’s Magician: Apprentice #1) by Raymond E. Feist
An exciting story of the battle between light and dark, order and chaos or good and evil.
Our protagonist, Pug, an orphan, and aspiring magician visits the master Kulgan.
Pug proves to be one of the bravest and most worthy of all, yet his magic is not what everyone expects to be. Follow his adventure to see how his quaint magic will overcome dark powers once and for all.
The first book collects comics 1-6 and is just fun, very engaging and magically beautiful.
This fantasy graphic novel with stunning art is definitely one to read for all fantasy lovers.
5| DragonQuest (DragonKeeper Chronicles, #2) by Donita K. Paul
Kale, our dragonkeeper is now being sent to serve as an apprentice to Wizard Fenworth. Kale is naturally doing her best while being observed by an older student, Bardon, whom Kale finds to be irritating. Brink of light in the darkness, he is at least a worthy sword fighter.
Unfortunately, her life gets much more difficult then Kale would have expected. Risto, a strong wizard, whose intentions are rather menacing, seized another meech dragon to gain extraordinary powers. Kale sets out fearlessly to prevent Risto becoming an even more powerful wizard and set the dragon free.
The DragonKeeper Chronicles are a fun read full of surprises. We think the second book is really great, one of the best books with dragons.
4| Dragon of the Lost Sea (Dragon #1) by Laurence Yep
This charming story of the banished dragon princess is just easy to fall in love with while learning a thing or two about ourselves as well.
Keep in mind, this magical book is written for all age groups, so don’t expect a book that will make Odyssey look like a children’s book.
No, it is an easy read with conflicts anyone could come across, apart from the evil witch and shape-shifting dragon princess, of course
The antisocial dragon princess has become distant from people as she had not many pleasurable experiences.
One day, despite her detachment of people, she makes unlikely friends, young Thorn defeat the above mentioned evil witch, Civet and restore her clan’s lost dwelling.
3| The Hobbit, or There and Back Again (Middle-earth Universe) by J.R.R. Tolkien
We are certain Middle-Earth needs no introduction as J.R.R. Tolkien’s world is known to everyone living on our planet. We wanted to include this superb book in our list of the best books with dragons because it is a fun read even if you are not a Lord of the Rings superfan.
This adventurous story of Gandalf and his crew of Dwarves and Bilbo Baggins trying to free the sacred land of the dwarves from the remorseless dragon, Smaug.
Bilbo is not the bravest person, nor adventurous. He enjoys the comfort of his home in the quiet hobbit village, Bag End. He sort of unwillingly joins the crew, as the dwarves are not happy with the number of their members. There are 13 members in the crew, which we all know is unlucky.
Throughout this unbelievably well-crafted book, we see Bilbo grow into a real hero.
Tolkien is definitely one of the pioneers of modern fantasy. We surely think his books deserve to be acknowledged as one of the best fantasy adventure books with dragons.
2| A Dance with Dragons (A Song of Ice and Fire #5) by George R.R. Martin
A Dance with Dragons is the favorite book of many Game of Thrones and dragon lovers.
While YOU HAVE to start at the beginning with these series it’s worth the wait until you get to the juicy dragon parts.
The ‘A Song of Ice and Fire’ series is just as exciting and brutal as the previous and following ones.
Daenerys Targaryen rules with her dragons but has to face many enemies. While Tyrion Lannister is making his way to Daenerys Jon Snow will face his greatest challenge yet, at the north lies the mammoth Wall of ice and stone.
A Dance with Dragons is a high fantasy book series with dragons for adults.
1| Eragon (The Inheritance Cycle, #1) by Christopher Paolini
The Inheritance Cycle is one of those series that gets better and more detailed with every new book.
Eragon’s story is built up like old tales that follows Eragon a poor farm boy who finds a blue stone in the forest that ends up changing his life.
Eragon soon realizes he has stumbled upon a legacy nearly as old as the Empire itself when the stone brings a dragon hatchling.
Together they embark on a dangerous journey of magic and destiny to find if Eragon can take up the mantle of the legendary Dragon Riders.
Eragon is a YA fantasy book series with dragons and while it’s intended for YA readers adults can also enjoy it.
While the first book is not the best in the series it’s probably the most impressive if we consider that the writer was in his teens when he wrote it.
Thank you for reading!