- Heidi M Simone
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I would highly recommend the Harry Potter series to those who enjoy a fantasy series that follows a preteen-teenage boy discovering his true place in the magical world of witches and wizards.
I look forward to hearing all of your book and/or author suggestions!
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Kresley Cole also writes paranormal fantasy. Her Arcana Chronicles is one I have reread several times. I am anxiously awaiting the next one in the series. Also packed with action and suspense, I would recommend this to paranormal fantasy fans. As with the other series, it is not for young readers.
Finally, Shannon Mayer is another author I highly recommend. She also writes fantasy/paranormal stories. She has many series I enjoy but my favorite is her Elemental Series . I started with this series and have read several more that hook back into this one. Like like the other two, this is not for younger readers. I would recommend this to all fantasy and paranormal fans. All three of these authors have multiple series and draw you in right from the start!
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I'd also recommend a good reread of Jane Austen, not because she's part of the literary canon, but because her books are quite humorous. I especially loved Emma, though Northanger Abbey is tied with Pride and Prejudice for the books I've read the most times.
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