6 Young Adult Fantasy Book Maps to Love

6 Young Adult Fantasy Book Maps to Love

Posted by: Lisa Parkin September 11, 2014 4 Comments

I’m not shy about saying that I love a good book map. And, thankfully authors have heard my our pleas because new YA fantasy books are including them. Book maps are definitely eye candy, but I mainly appreciate them for their usefulness. If a character is on the go, I like to see where they are. Especially in fantasy worlds were traveling can be common and often.

6 New Young Adult Fantasy Book Maps to Love

Kiss of Deception – Remnant

There definitely are girls are on the move in Kiss of Deception. So, the map was helpful and just plain pretty. Plus, you can tell that in future books, this map will be even more essential.

Throne of Glass – Erilea

YOU GUYS! Throne of Glass is an essential YA fantasy read, and these maps are amazing because so much happens during the course of the past two books and now in the third (Heir of Fire). Plus, I really love seeing places on the map and knowing the author will take you to them in the future…

Mortal Heart – Brittany

Definitely in Grave Mercy but even more in Mortal Heart, these nuns are on the run! This is another great fantasy series where each novel is told by a new novitiate and each brings their own unique view on St. Mortain and their role in the sacred order.

Finnikin of the Rock – Lumatere

This is a book where maps are NECESSARY. And fortunately, there are two provided. The land of Lumatere is a complicated one, but the actual geography of it doesn’t have to be.

Clariel – The Old Kingdom

The maps from Sabriel and Lirael have been reused in Clariel. Which is A-OK as there are new lands being explored. Although you don’t need to have read the previous books in the series to enjoy Clariel, I do recommend them, as they are classic fantasy stories.

Snow Like Ashes – Primoria

I could go on forever about this book. I still haven’t posted a review – still waiting till the publication date comes closer. But, let’s just say the world created here is epic and fantastic and here’s the proof: What YA book maps are your favorites? Which are most helpful?

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