The Best Books to Read for Fans of Lord of the Rings

"Lord Of The Rings is hard to equal in scope, influence, and the longevity of its popularity, but we tried our best to gather a variety of different books and series to read if you are a fan of LOTR and want something else similar to read."
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Dragonsbane (Barbara Hambly)
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The Lion of Farside (John Dalmas)
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Graceling (Kristin Cashore)
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The Harper Hall Trilogy
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Hunger Games Trilogy (Suzanne Collins)
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The Incarnations of Immortality (Piers Anthony)
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Lion of Macedon (David Gemmell)
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Sabriel (Garth Nix)
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The Saga of Recluse
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The Soldier Son Trilogy (Robin Hobb)
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Stones of Power (David Gemmell)
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The Tales of Alvin Maker
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The Chronicles of Prydain (Lloyd Alexander)
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The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant
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The Darwath Series (Barbara Hambley)
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The Deed of Paksennarion (Elizabeth Moon)
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The Demon King (Cinda Williams Chima)
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The Dwarves (Markus Heitz)
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The Fionavar Tapestry
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The Hobbit
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The Ill-Made Mute (Cecilia Dart-Thornton)
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The Killing Moon
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The Magicians
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Malazan Book of the Fallen
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The Mistborn Trilogy (Brandon Sanderson)
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The Prince of Nothing
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The Riddle-Master Trilogy (Patricia A.McKillip)
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The Stormlight Archive (Brandon Sanderson)
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The Sundering (Jacqueline Carey)
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With Fire & Sword Trilogy (Henryk Sienkiewicz)
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Dragonlance Chronicles (Margaret Weis/Tracy Hickman)
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His Dark Materials – Philip Pullman
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The Belgariad (David Eddings)
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Narnia (The Chornicles of Narnia)
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The Dragonbone Chair (Tad Williams)
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The Well at the World's End
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Eragon (Christopher Paolini)
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A Song of Ice and Fire (George R. R. Martin)
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The Gormenghast Trilogy
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The Name of the Wind (Patrick Rothfuss)
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