OT: In Search of Good Fantasy Fiction

Hi Boys,

I'm near to finishing Lynn Flewelling's Nightrunner series (except there's a 5th book coming otu in May) and I'm looking for my next yummy series. I've enjoyed this series because it has been relatively well written AND has a Gay male couple as it's protagonists.

Anything else like this out there? Hints and suggestions, please.



scottly's picture


scottly's picture

This isn't part of a series but the author has many simalar books. Warning: as well as fantasy, this is also gay erotica. This was a really fun read, very romantic and incredibly hot.

Also if you go to Amazon and do a search for your Author it will also show you lot's of other stuff in that genre.

jessemkahn's picture

that's got erotic content in it? i NEVER would have thought!

Fantasy and erotic content? I'll take it! Thanks for the recommendation.

asbrigida's picture

I love Falling! The author is planning a sequel . . . I believe it is scheduled to come out this year.

ok how do you get the pictures to show up in your post?


DavidAtlGA's picture

Well, this is not a series (and I am with you, I LOVE series books...) But I just read, in two quick sittings, "Hero" by Perry Moore. About a gay fledgling superhero with healing powers. Sounds odd but I LOVED it!!

BTW, Perry Moore was the executive produce of the The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.


jessemkahn's picture

Not odd at all. And I loved it, too!! I'm a HUGE comics fan, have been reading them for 30+ years. Hero was a total kick.

Tom Hart's picture

Thanks! I got it out of the library today. I'm only on the 3rd page and I'm hooked.

Chris Vandenburg's picture

Jesse, my fantasy fiction involves me finishing all my FO's! But if you want some really good short fantasy stories (wink, wink) go to www.................................

"If a man has cream at home in the refrigerator he won't go out looking for 2% butterfat"
............Erma Bombeck

jessemkahn's picture

always the tease.

i know THOSE sites already, dear.

Tom Hart's picture

Thanks! I placed a hold on them at the library. I'm looking forward to checking them out. You also recommended "The Essential Guide to Color Knitting Techniques" by Margaret Radcliffe a while back. Beautiful book. At first I borrowed it from the library. And then I went out and bought a copy. What a great, great source if you're into color work. Really a great recommendation. Thanks!