YA Fantasy Books With No Love Triangles – Part 2

This is a multi part blog post series featuring the YA Fantasy books without love triangles, where romance is minimal or not central to the plot.

See Part 1 here

I included the Goodreads links to make things easier so clicking on the image will take you to the Goodreads profiles of the series/books.

The Mistborn Trilogy by Brandon Sanderson

This is not exactly YA genre but it’s appropriate for the young readers. It’s high up in my to-read list, since I have a fondness for heist stories.

The Chaos Walking Trilogy By Patrick Ness

A Monster Calls By Patrick Ness (Standalone Novel)

The Giver Quartet By Lois Lowry

Young Gods: A Door into Darkness By J. Daniel Batt (Standalone Novel)

Edge Chronicles By by Paul Stewart

Bartimaeus Sequence By by Jonathan Stroud

The Great Library series by Rachel Caine

This is a brand new series, the first book came out this summer. It has received great reviews from reputable book blogs and sounds quite promising.

3 thoughts on “YA Fantasy Books With No Love Triangles – Part 2

  1. Reblogged this on flaggfan and commented:
    Another excellent installment! Sanderson’s Mistborn Trilogy is high up on my fantasy TBR (I’ve heard and keep hearing absolutely stunning things about it,) and I cannot wait to read it.
    Also, I HIGHLY recommend The Knife Of Never Letting Go, it’s my favorite YA book of all-time, actually. I really need to get to rest of the series, though. And A Monster Calls.:)


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