For Fans of House of the Dragon

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If you enjoy watching this television series, you may enjoy these fantasy tales featuring dragons of all types.

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Book cover for "The Last Dragoners of Bowbazar" by Indra Das, featuring colorful, mystical artwork with a dragon and floral elements.

The Last Dragoners of Bowbazar by Indra Das

Ru, a boy in Calcutta, feels out of place and questions his origins. His parents claim they are descended from nomads, but even nomads must come from somewhere. Ru dreams of a fantastical world with dragons and divine beasts. The discovery of Ru’s family secrets deepen his quest to understand where he is truly come from and what strange wings brought them across the vast reaches of impossibility to here.

Book cover of "Dragon Rider" by Taran Matharu, featuring a person holding a sword with a dragon in the backdrop.

Dragon Rider by Taran Matharu

A royal hostage, gifted with a stolen dragon hatchling, flees to forge his own destiny and seek revenge and reclaim his rightful land in the new series from the best-selling author of the Summoner series.

Cover of "Fire & Blood" by George R.R. Martin, featuring a dragon and flames on a Targaryen sigil.

Fire & Blood by George R. R. Martin

The first volume of a definitive two-part history of the Targaryens in Westeros is set centuries before the events of A Game of Thrones and answers key questions about the dynasty’s origins, conflicts, and relationships with dragons.

Cover of the book "When Women Were Dragons" by Kelly Barnhill, featuring lush green foliage and purple flowers.

When Women Were Dragons by Kelly Regan Barnhill

After the Mass Dragoning of 1955, when thousands of women, including her beloved Aunt Marla, transformed into dragons, left a trail fiery destruction and took to the skies, young Alex Green must face the consequences of this event as she learns to accept people as they really are.

Cover of the book "The Ruin of Kings" by Jenn Lyons, featuring a detailed silver dragon on a dark background.

The Ruin of Kings by Jenn Lyons

Raised on storybook tales of royal adventure, Kihrin discovers his identity as the illegitimate son of a treasonous prince and is rendered a pawn in the royal family’s power schemes before embracing his anti-hero destiny.

Book cover of "The Rage of Dragons" by Evan Winter featuring a shield with a dragon emblem and weapons against a stone background.

The Rage of Dragons by Evan Winter

Born into a never ceasing war dominated by women who summon dragons and magically strong men, Tau has no gifts, but pledges to do all in his power to avenge his murdered family members.

Book cover of "To Shape a Dragon's Breath" with a stylized dragon design in red, orange, and black tones.

To Shape a Dragon’s Breath by Moniquill Blackgoose

Revered as a Nampeshiweisit, a person in a unique relationship with a dragon, by her people, 15-year-old Indigenous girl Anequs, at odds with the“approved” way of doing things, is forced by Anglish conquerors to attend a proper dragon school– and if she cannot succeed there, her dragon will be killed.

Book cover for "Dragonfall" by L. R. Lam featuring a red dragon and a gold moon on a dark, swirly background.

Dragonfall by Laura Lam

A thief steals a powerful artifact from a tomb and unwittingly awakens the last male dragon foretold to save his race, in the first novel of a magical new series from the author of the Pacifica novels.

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