YA Fantasy Books With No Love Triangles – Part 7

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. I did my best to include the books which would be enjoyable reads for the grown up YA Fantasy lovers and inspiring for the young people, where they could read about heroic adventures, friendship, loyalty, responsibility, survival, consequences of decisions, etc something other than romance and ‘which lover should the protagonist choose’ stuff.

See Part 1 here

See Part 2 here

See Part 3 here

See Part 4 here

See Part 5 here

See Part 6 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.

Warriors: Power of Three series by Erin Hunter

Archer’s Goon by Diana Wynne Jones (Standalone Novel)

There are wizards and magic in this one and it’s by Diana Wynne Jones!

The Homeward Bounders by Diana Wynne Jones (Standalone Novel)

A Tale of Time City by Diana Wynne Jones (Standalone Novel)

Magids by Diana Wynne Jones

Derkholm by Diana Wynne Jones

The Dalemark Quartet by Diana Wynne Jones

Fablehaven series by Brandon Mull

This concludes Part 7. See you next week in Part 8!
If you have any recommendations, feel free to let me know and I will add them too. The only requirement is non-romance plot and no love triangles.

8 thoughts on “YA Fantasy Books With No Love Triangles – Part 7

    • I’m happy to show the YA readers they have other options. Sabriel series is superb from what I hear, Network Series by Katie Cross is also awesome, there’s lots of magic, minimal romance and absolutely no love triangles in it.A Darker Shade of Magic , Grisha Series and Fablehaven are all awesome from what I hear. Can’t wait to read them all and post my own reviews!


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