After harry potter you just scour the internet for anything hp related
Haha but really I love the percy jackson series. It’s very comical but also has serious tones. It’s great if you love Greek mythology and want a finished series.
I used to read the septimus heap books which are also about magic. I don’t think I ever finished the whole thing? But I really liked them. Here are all the books: en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Septimus_Heap
There’s also The Frog Princess by ED Baker but I can’t remember the age demographic it’s for. I don’t think it compares to HP but it’s cute!
Though as a disclaimer, I haven’t picked up any of these 3 book series for years so I don’t remember them now, except for the fact that I loved Percy Jackson.
There are some other good book series but at least these I remember partly lol.
Edit: the Deltora books were also ones I read about magic and would maybeeee suggest looking into them but again I remember very very little about them lmao. Wrinkle in Time was another I read, remember liking, but don’t remember details lmao. Percy jackson and septimus heap are my main suggestions though! They’re very different books in terms of writing style and such.
Last Edit: Feb 24, 2018 23:09:07 GMT by Rebecca ♠️
I can echo the Percy Jackson series as one to check out. I teach the first book every year and my students love it. The Time Quintet by Madeline Lengle is good too. The first is A Wrinkle in Time, which is set to come out this month as a movie. Also echoing the His Dark Materials trilogy. I read it years ago an it was excellent.
I second the Wrinkle in Time series. I've had a copy of the first book since I was about 10 and I've been rereading it ever since!
Rebecca ♠️: Technically, the Percy Jackson world isn't finished yet (and I'm not sure it ever will be). He's even got a new series set in the greek side of the series with Apollo, along with Percy and Annabeth popping up in other series. Although if you mean just the original series for being finished, then yes. ^^
On the subject of Percy Jackson, I'd read them in this order: Percy and the Greek Gods, The Heroes of Olympus series (Roman and Greek), The Kane Chronicles (Egyptian), then you can decide if you want to do the Magnus Chase series (Norse), or the Trials of Apollo series first. Both of those last two are still being written.
Also, if you like The Dragon Age series of games, I would seriously suggest the books. Even if you don't like the games (or haven't played them) they're still a great read, although far darker than most series revolving around fantasy.