George R.R. Martin Readalikes

George R.R. Martin’s sweeping A Song of Ice and Fire series mixes fantasy with political intrigue and graphic action. If you’ve explored the Seven Kingdoms and crave more, try one of these epic fantasies. All of these titles can be found in the Science Fiction section of the Library.


Abercrombie, Joe. The Blade Itself. 2007.

Ash, Sarah. Tracing the Shadow. 2008.

Durham, David Anthony. The Acacia Trilogy. 2007-2011.
     Also available: CD

Elliott, Kate. Spirit Gate. 2006.

Erikson, Steven. Gardens of the Moon. 2004.

Fallon, Jennifer. The Immortal Prince. 2008.

Feist, Raymond E. Magician, Apprentice. 1982.

Fultz, John R. Seven Princes. 2012.

Hair, David. Mage's Blood. 2013.

Jordan, Robert. The Eye of the World. 1990.
     Also available: CD

Kay, Guy Gavriel. Tigana. 1990.
     Also available: CD

Keyes, Greg. The Briar King. 2003.

Lynch, Scott. The Lies of Locke Lamora. 2006.

Morgan, Richard K. The Steel Remains. 2009.

Redick, Robert V. S. The Red Wolf Conspiracy. 2008.
    Also available: CD

Rothfuss, Patrick. The Name of the Wind. 2007.

Sanderson, Brandon. Mistborn: The Final Empire. 2006.

Williams, Tad. The Dragonbone Chair. 1988.

 

New to George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series? Use this list to tackle this epic fantasy in the correct order. All titles are shelved in Science Fiction.

A Game of Thrones. 1996.
     Also available: CD, eAudiobook

A Clash of Kings. 1999.
     Also available: CD, eAudiobook

A Storm of Swords. 2000.
     Also available: CD, eAudiobook

A Feast for Crows. 2005.
     Also available: CD

A Dance with Dragons. 2011.
     Also available: CD