Browse Categories

Refine your Search

By Price

By Discount

Availability

Shipping Time

Source

Binding

Language

Publication Year

Prize

Home > Fiction > Fantasy

Fantasy

193044 results found
List viewGrid view
Sort By:
1.
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone33 %
4.9 (13)
₹550
₹369
Binding:
Paperback
Release:
01 Sep 2014
Language:
ENGLISH
Available
Ships within 4-6 Days Explain..
2.
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets34 %
4.8 (10)
₹599
₹395
Binding:
Paperback
Release:
01 Sep 2014
Language:
ENGLISH
Available
Ships within 4-6 Days Explain..
3.
A Game of Thrones: The Story Continues35 %
4.8 (13)
₹4,399
₹2,859
Binding:
Paperback
Release:
04 Jul 2012
Language:
English
Available
Ships within 4-6 Days Explain..
4.
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban31 %
4.9 (8)
₹599
₹413
Binding:
PAPERBACK
Release:
01 Sep 2014
Language:
ENGLISH
Available
Ships within 2-4 Days Explain..
5.
Harry Potter - The Illustrated Collection
4.8 (8)
₹3,569
Binding:
Hardcover
Release:
16 Nov 2017
Language:
English
Available
Ships within 2-4 Days Explain..
6.
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix36 %
4.8 (13)
₹899
₹575
Binding:
Paperback
Release:
01 Sep 2014
Language:
ENGLISH
Available
Ships within 4-6 Days Explain..
7.
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince31 %
4.8 (13)
₹750
₹518
Binding:
PAPERBACK
Release:
01 Sep 2014
Language:
ENGLISH
Available
Ships within 4-6 Days Explain..
8.
Babel35 %
4.5 (6)
₹899
₹584
Binding:
Paperback
Release:
01 Sep 2022
Language:
English
Available
Ships within 4-6 Days Explain..
9.
Till the Last Breath15 %
4.5 (19)
₹225
₹191
Binding:
Paperback
Release:
15 Aug 2013
Language:
English
Available
Ships within 8-10 Days Explain..
10.
The Lord of the Rings Boxed Set
4.4 (8)
₹4,497
Binding:
Hardback
Release:
19 Jun 2014
Available
Ships within 2-4 Days Explain..
11.
Mistborn Trilogy Boxed Set32 %
4.3 (9)
₹2,450
₹1,666
Binding:
Multiple copy pack
Release:
14 May 2015
Language:
English
Available
Ships within 2-4 Days Explain..
12.
The Wheel of Time Box Set 1
Publisher: Orbit
3.7 (12)
₹1,412
Binding:
Paperback
Release:
08 Nov 2021
Language:
English
Available
Ships within 2-4 Days Explain..
13.
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone37 %
5.0 (8)
₹1,599
₹1,007
Binding:
Hardback
Release:
06 Oct 2015
Language:
English
Available
Ships within 4-6 Days Explain..
14.
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix37 %
Publisher: Bloomsbury USA
4.7 (7)
₹2,299
₹1,448
Binding:
Hardback
Release:
11 Oct 2022
Language:
English
Available
Ships within 4-6 Days Explain..
15.
Satyayoddha Kalki, Book 223 %
4.8 (6)
₹349
₹269
Binding:
Paperback
Release:
10 Nov 2018
Language:
English
Available
Ships within 2-4 Days Explain..
16.
The Witcher Boxed Set38 %
4.6 (7)
₹5,590
₹3,466
Binding:
Paperback
Release:
17 Sep 2020
Language:
English
Available
Ships within 2-4 Days Explain..
17.
Greatest Short Stories of Anton Chekhov24 %
4.4 (9)
₹379
₹288
Binding:
Paperback
Release:
01 Dec 2019
Language:
English
Available
Ships within 2-4 Days Explain..
18.
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
4.7 (6)
₹1,435
Binding:
Hardback
Release:
08 Oct 2019
Available
Ships within 2-4 Days Explain..
19.
A Game of Thrones35 %
4.7 (7)
₹699
₹454
Binding:
Paperback
Release:
01 Sep 2011
Language:
English
Available
Ships within 4-6 Days Explain..
20.
A Study in Drowning31 %
Publisher: Cornerstone
No Review Yet
₹799
₹551
Binding:
Hardback
Release:
19 Sep 2023
Available
Ships within 8-10 Days Explain..
loadingLoading more results

Buy fantasy books online at Bookswagon

What does the word ‘fantasy’ signify? Fantasy is something that one can image. For instance, unicorns, dragons etc. Dreams and imagination are also fantasy. The genre of romance can be fantasy as well. Writing on fantasy fiction is a genre where the plot does not happen in real life. The plot often involves witchcraft or magic and takes place in another undiscovered space of this world or some another planet. The plot in fantasy books online consists of talking animals or mythical creatures or witches. The writers of fantasy books online dedicate a series of books to the same characters or world. The theme of the fantasy books online is generally set up in a medieval era with a combination of clothing, technology, language and architecture resembling the European Middle Ages.

Discount on fantasy books online only at Bookswagon

Some of the famous fantasy books online are Harry Potter, The Lord of The Rings, The Chronicles of Narnia, His Dark Materials etc. you can find a variety of fantasy books online on Bookswagon. For example, ‘Fantasy Books for Kids-Zero To Hero! The Adventures of Samuel Greene: Fantasy Books for Children Aged 7-10’. One of the key features of Bookswagon is easy payment options. With just a click away your desired book will be delivered at your home. Variety of payment options are available for customers like cash on delivery, payment by debit card, credit card, net banking and other payment mode. Variety of payment options are available for customers like cash on delivery, payment by debit card, credit card, net banking and other payment mode.

  •  Puck of Pook's Hill' is a short stories composition written by Rudyard Kipling. The composition of these fantasy stories, was first published, in 1906. In these short stories Puck, a magical Faun narrates British history, covering different periods to two children Dan and his sister Una. Pucks magic is amazing, he brings fantasy and history into the children's everyday world. He introduces characters from  English history, Roman cavalier, old Christian pagan Gods and various other stories about Vikings, pirates, killer apes, smugglers fairies etc. Through his breadth of imagination author narrates beauty, comedy and tragedy of life. He also gives a vivid picture of war, politics, adventure, clash of conquerors and settlers of the region. Kipling depicts in these stories that honour is more important than pride and loyalty more important than gain. He says good craftsmanship, valour and daring spirit are valued. These stories are interspersed with beautiful poems composed by Kipling. By these stories Kipling inspires the youths to think for their motherland and show their love and respect. 
 
  • 'Tales and Fantasies' is a short story collection written by Robert Louis Stevenson. It was published in 1905, after the death of Stevenson. This collection contains three stories-  The Misadventures of John Nicholson, The Body Snatcher and The Story of a Lie.'The Misadventures of John Nicholson' is a story about a stupid lad Nicholson. His father is very much strict about his liking for alcohol, so he leaves  Edinburgh in search for good fortunes. It elaborates his trip from Edinburgh to Sanfransisco and going back. It also depicts Stevenson's own life story.'The Body Snatcher' is a supernatural horror story, related with medical schools, arranging fresh corpse  to study physiology. It's dreadful that corpse were arranged by grave robbing and even by murdering the people.'The Story of a Lie' is a love story of Dick Naseby and Esther Van Tromp. Esther  Tromp thinks that his father is a gentleman. Due to his love for Esther, Naseby hides the reality of her father who is not a good and respectable man. He doesn't reveal the truth and faces its  consequences.
 
 
  • The Poetics - The first known work of Greek theatrical philosophy is Aristotle's Poetics. The concentration on literary theory makes it the first existing philosophical book to do so. Aristotle categorizes poetry into three categories: lyric poetry, epic poetry, and verses theatre. Although the text is widely accepted in the Western critical tradition, there has been a lot of scholarly discussion over it.According to Aristotle, poetry must have five essential elements in order to be considered well-written. Tragic poetry is seen as being superior than epic poetry since it has all of the elements of the epic, including the usage of the epic meter. Good, relevant, realistic, and consistent characters are a necessary; discovery must take place inside the storyline. The tragic style of poetry is more enjoyable and has a more concentrated impact than one that uses a lot of time to dilute it. A single epic poem can serve as the basis for several tragedies, although imitations of epic poets tend to lack cohesion. Such poetry approximates a knowledge of universals, making it more philosophical than historical.
 
  • L. Frank Baum wrote the children's fantasy book The Enchanted Island of Yew: Whereon Prince Marvel Encountered the High Ki of Twi and Other Surprising People, which was released by the Bobbs-Merrill Company in 1903. The initial printing was dedicated to Kenneth Gage Baum, the youngest of the author's four sons, and featured eight color plates as well as numerous colored-ink images stamped over the text. In her biography of Baum, Katharine Rogers mentions that in his stage adaptation of Edith Ogden Harrison's Prince Silverwings and Other Fairy Tales (1902), Baum first used the name Kwytoffle. Baum and Harrison were collaborating in 1903 on a stage adaptation of Baum's popular book. The play was scheduled to premiere in the summer of 1904, but the devastating Iroquois Theater Fire in December 1903 compelled the mayor of Chicago—curiously, Edith Harrison's husband—to order the closure of the city's theaters. Never did Silverwings make it to the boards. In the middle and latter decades of the 20th century, The Enchanted Island of Yew was out of print for more than fifty years. The small press Buckethead Enterprises of Oz reprinted it in 1988 with Cory's illustrations.
 
 
  • Abraham Merritt, an American author, wrote a fantasy book titled The Metal Monster. It was first published as a serial in 1920's Argosy All-Story Weekly and contains Dr. Goodwin's comeback after first appearing in The Moon Pool. In the foreword of the epic adventure, Merritt is given the task of telling the world about Dr. Walter T. Goodwin's extraordinary story of his encounter in the Trans-Himalayan mountains, in order to warn everyone about the terrible fate Goodwin's group narrowly avoided and the possibility that there are other monsters like these out there. Dr. Goodwin is in the Himalayas on a botanical expedition. He runs across Dick Drake, the son of a former science buddy, there. They have seen what appears to be a bizarre, purposeful aurora-like effect. They encounter Martin and Ruth Ventnor, a brother and sister team of scientists, as they venture outside to conduct their investigation. As Darius III commanded the Persians during Alexander of Macedon's more than two thousand-year conquest, the two are under siege today. Norhala is gradually converting Ruth to take on her little sister's traits. Her brother Martin attempts to shoot the Metal Emperor, who retaliates with a ray blast, rendering Martin unconscious.
 
  • William Morris wrote a fantasy book titled The House of the Wolfings. It is written in an archaic style and contains a significant amount of poetry. It is a beautifully rebuilt depiction of the life of the Germanic Gothic tribes. Morris integrates his own idealistic beliefs with the culture and language of his subjects as it was truly understood at the time. He depicts them as being simple and hardworking people who were moved to heroism by the attacks of imperial Rome to protect their families and freedom. The House Of The Wolfings is regarded as a classic book and can be read by the readers of several age groups. Some of the other classics by William Morris include: The Hollow Land (1856), The Defence of Guenevere, and other Poems (1858), The Life and Death of Jason (1867), The Earthly Paradise (1868–1870), A Book of Verse (1870), Love is Enough, or The Freeing of Pharamond: A Morality (1872), The Story of Sigurd the Volsung and the Fall of the Niblungs (1877), Hopes and Fears For Art (1882), The Pilgrims of Hope (1885), A Dream of John Ball (1888), Signs of Change (1888), A Tale of the House of the Wolfings, and All the Kindreds of the Mark Written in Prose and in Verse (1889), The Roots of the Mountains (1889).
 

Our Best Selling Book Categories 

Fiction Books Graphic Novels and Comics Business And Economics Books Biographies & Memoirs Books Computer & Internet Books
History and Humanities Books Children and Teens Books Self-Help Books Technology & Engineering Books Literature and Literary Books
Parenting and Family Books Manga Comics Art and Photography Books Law Books Medicine Books