1. RJ Larson’s Books of the Infinite and Realms of the Infinite are two spectacular series. All the characters are adults, although most of the main characters are young adults. These two series are my absolute favorites and I am working through re-reading them for the second time. I highly recommend them.

  2. Toklaham Veruzia says:

    Rachel Starr Thomson’s Seventh World trilogy is a little-known, but well-written and strongly Christian fantasy series. The author is concise to the point of skipping over some parts of the story I wish she would have described in more detail, but I’ve read the series several times and highly recommend it.

  3. J.K. Miles says:

    If you want an intriguing Christian-infused post apocalypse from the last century. You can’t miss Walter Miller Jr. Canticle for Leibowitz.

  4. I don’t have anything recent (closest I have is the Divergent series, which was excellent), but I loved the pure entertainment of Rick Barry’s WWII escape thriller, Gunner’s Run. And also Oxygen, a SF Mars journey adventure by Randy Ingermanson and John B. Olson.

  5. David says:

    N.D. Wilson has become one of my favorite authors. He wrote the 100 Cupboards trilogy and the Ashtown Burials trilogy (plus a newer series I don’t remember the name of at the moment). Great middle grade fantasy by a Christian author.
    I’d also highly recommend Andrew Peterson’s Wingfeather saga (also middle grade fantasy).

  6. Lauren Beauchamp says:

    If anyone hasn’t read Anne Elisabeth Stengl yet, her Goldstone Woof series is awesome!

    So sad that it is on hiatus now, and intensely curious about her new own name (which she won’t reveal).

  7. audie says:

    Ok, I’ll do some self-promo, then.

    “Bramblewild” is about a halfling man who leaves home, travels the world with trading caravans, meets people who become his friends as well as his enemies, goes to strange and enchanting and even hostile places, and eventually finds the thing that had once been standing right in front of him.


  8. I write spec fic that is either overtly faith-based (my fantasy series) or that is more subtle (like my sci fi series or YA dimension hopper). All have had new books come out (or will) within the last or next 6 months.

What do you think?