10 Books To Read If You Love Fourth Wing

10 Must-Read Books for Fans of Fourth Wing: Expand Your Literary Horizons

If you’re a fan of Rebecca Yarros’ “Fourth Wing” and find yourself eagerly awaiting the next book in the Empyrean series, you’re in luck. There’s a treasure trove of novels out there brimming with dragons, romance, and intricate political plots that will captivate your imagination just as much.

For those who have fallen in love with the “romantasy” genre, popular novels like “A Court of Thorns & Roses” and “Divine Rivals” are sure to satisfy your craving for enchanting tales where love and fantasy intertwine beautifully. These stories not only promise a thrilling adventure but also explore the complexities of love in worlds far beyond our imagination.

Many books offer a fresh perspective on dragons and the perilous journey of navigating dangerous academies. These novels are perfect for readers who enjoyed “Fourth Wing” and are on the lookout for stories with similar themes. Whether it’s the thrill of dragon riding or the intrigue of magical politics, there’s a wealth of stories waiting to be discovered.

“Fireborne” by Rosaria Munda is a must-read for enthusiasts of dragon lore and tales of fierce competition. Though it’s aimed at a younger audience, its themes of rivalry and political upheaval resonate well with fans of “Fourth Wing.” Follow Annie and Lee as they vie for supremacy in their faction while the world around them teeters on the brink of chaos.

L.R. Lam’s “Dragonfall” delves into the complex relationship between humans and dragons, a theme that could enrich the world of “Fourth Wing” even further. Set in a realm where ancient betrayals have left deep scars, this story of prophecy, betrayal, and unexpected alliances is perfect for those who love a good enemies-to-lovers romance amidst political intrigue.

Sarah J. Maas’ “A Court of Thorns & Roses” series, while focusing on fae rather than dragons, is often recommended to “Fourth Wing” fans. Its blend of romance, compelling characters, and a richly built fantasy world offers a captivating reading experience. Follow Feyre Archeron as she navigates the treacherous politics of the fae world, discovering her strength and forging new alliances along the way.

Carissa Broadbent’s “The Serpent and the Wings of Night” might not feature dragons or fae, but its steamy romance and deadly tournament will appeal to “Fourth Wing” enthusiasts. This tale of a vampire and a human caught in a dangerous game is filled with magic, intrigue, and the power of love.

“To Shape a Dragon’s Breath” by Moniquill Blackgoose introduces readers to an Indigenous woman faced with an impossible choice. This novel stands out for its exploration of colonization and cultural clash, offering a deeper narrative that goes beyond the typical dragon story.

Samantha Shannon’s “The Priory of the Orange Tree” is a sprawling tale that weaves together dragons, political intrigue, and a looming threat. Though longer and more complex than “Fourth Wing,” its themes and LGBTQ+ representation make it a compelling read for fans of the genre.

Sabaa Tahir’s “An Ember in the Ashes” might lack dragons, but its brutal military academy and corrupt government mirror key elements of “Fourth Wing.” This story of revolution, magic, and forbidden love is a thrilling journey with strong female leads.

Naomi Novik’s “A Deadly Education” takes the dangerous school setting to new heights. Set in the Scholomance, where failure means death, this novel is perfect for those who enjoy “Fourth Wing’s” blend of peril and academia.

“Divine Rivals” by Rebecca Ross and “From Blood and Ash” by Jennifer L. Armentrout offer romantasy fans more tales of love and adventure. While differing in their fantasy elements, both novels feature strong female protagonists and compelling narratives that “Fourth Wing” fans will adore.

These novels not only provide a rich tapestry of fantasy and romance but also promise to keep readers enchanted until the next “Fourth Wing” installment arrives. Whether you’re drawn to the allure of dragons, the thrill of forbidden love, or the intrigue of magical politics, there’s a book on this list that’s sure to capture your heart.