Fantasy books for all ages, also made into films with huge appeal. Children entering a magical wonder world of talking animals and mythical beasts. They are given the task of saving Narnia from evil and restoring it to it's rightful line when they meet with Aslan the Lion King! (not the same one as in the film the Lion King!)
The Amulet of Samarkand - The Golems Eye - Ptolemy's Gate (Trilogy) by Jonathan Stroud
Young boy is given by his parents to a Magicians family for the chance to have a better life...discovering that magical slaves along the way can be not only deadly...but witty, comical and dead annoying really!
Not forgetting Monty ✶ Pippin ✶ Alfie ✶ Barney ✶ Sir Wiggy ✶ Kipling ✶ Marley
'' The Declaration is a Young Adult novel by Gemma Malley, first published in 2008. The world it features is a dystopian reality in the 22nd century in which humanity has cured all illness and aspires to eternal life. ''
Assassin's apprentice (The farseer trilogy) Robin Hobb My favourite fantasy books of all time - I love books where you really get to know the characters and Robin Hobb seems to excel at that. Basically about an illegitimate son of a prince who becomes a King's assassin.
The name of the wind (Kingkiller Chronicle) Patrick Rothfuss Excellent series. Main character goes to University to learn about magical stuff and also happens to be a master lute player. Impossible to put these books down.
The blade itself (First Law trilogy) Joe Abercrombie Really great writing, quite dark in places... and very funny in others.
A Shadow on the glass (View from the mirror) Ian Irvine These are some of the first fantasy books I ever read - very complicated storyline and rather ridiculously long but I still love them.