10 Fantasy Book Series That Could Rival Game of Thrones On TV
But the best part? Tons and tons of dragons…all different colors of the rainbow, good and bad dragons, all fighting for control of the skies of Krynn. Fans waiting for Khaleesi’s dragons to finally grow up can get their dragon fix with the heroes of Dragonlancea sometimes sweet but always epic fantasy just waiting for a daring cable channel to shell out the cash to bring this beloved series to life.
In theory, the show would focus on the core group of heroes, but as game of thrones, Dragonlance could also explore the world of Krynn’s past, present, and future, and cover some of the best work from all the writers who visited Krynn during the series.
Author: Ursula K. Le Guin
Essential reading: “The Word of Unbinding” (short story), An Earthsea magician, The Tombs of Atuan, The furthest shore, Tehanu, Tales from Earthseaand the other wind
earthsea is one of the most beloved worlds of fantasy. Originally conceived in 1964, Earthsea has garnered a huge following of fans who love the diverse world of magic as envisioned by the great Ursula K. Le Guin.
No doubt, a earthsea the series would be expensive because most of the story takes place in the water, on ships or on the archipelagos of the Earthsea kingdom. The story is about good wizards who use their magic to restore balance to the world and dark wizards who use their necromancy to take advantage of a well-balanced environment.