If You Liked Poison Study – Young Adult Fiction Book List
Have you read Poison Study by Maria V. Snyder? Did you love it? If you did, you are no doubt looking for books that are similar. I know that when I discovered Poison Study I was desperate to find something I could read next. I have created this list of titles to read after Poison Study.
The Study Series.
Okay, maybe it seems pretty obvious to read the rest of the series, but there are plenty of books in the Study series and the companion Glass series, which together form the Chronicles of Ixia series.
Here’s the suggested reading order.
- Poison Study – Study #1
- Magic Study – Study #2
- Fire Study – Study #3
- Storm Glass – Glass #1
- Sea Glass – Glass #2
- Spy Glass – Glass #3
- Shadow Study – Soulfinders #1
- Night Study – Soulfinders #2
- Dawn Study – Soulfinders #3
There are also a few additional novellas available – Assassin Study, Power Study and Ice Study.
Other titles by Maria V. Synder
- Touch of Power
- Scent of Magic
- Taste of Darkness
Insider Series – science fiction
- Inside Out
- Outside In
Storm Watcher – Middle Grade/Young adult fantasy, standalone title.
Esha is an assassin, known as the Viper. She works to undermine General Hotha and King Vardaan who caused so much harm when they unrightfully stole the throne. Kunal is a solider. Raised by General Hotha, Kunal knows his duty is to the king and army. But when he at first unwittingly meets Esha and is then tasked with finding and killing the Viper, everything he knows about the world and his role in it will be challenged.
Beautiful series. Half French Renaissance half Scottish highlands, a little bit of magic and lots of intrigue and action.
Great fantasy series with really strong female lead characters, intrigue and dragons.
Diverse characters in this epic trilogy.
Graceling Realm series – Kristin Cashore
Each book has a fierce and independent heroine and some swoon-worthy romance. Book one and two can be read in any order, but book three should be read last.
Lumatere Chronicles – Melina Marchetta
- Finnikin of the Rock
- Froi of the Exiles
- Quintana of Charyn
A lush fantasy series, equally heartbreaking as it is enjoyable. A great quest, with their lives and futures on the line Finnikin and his band of friends will do anything to restore their kingdom after it was destroyed both by invaders and a curse.
- The Poison Throne
- The Crowded Shadows
- The Rebel Prince
This series shares Poison Study’s political intrigue. It is set in a fantasy world that feels medieval. With less magic, but just as much romance and intrigue, it is a great series.
- Snow Like Ashes
- Ice Like Fire
- Frost Like Night
Beautiful world building, a spunky heroine that modern readers will love, magic, battles, secret plots, romance – Snow Like Ashes has everything you could want in an epic fantasy.
Ruined is an action-packed fantasy with plenty of vibrant characters, violent battles, and swoony romance. Emalina has no Ruined powers. But that doesn’t stop her planning revenge on the royal family for all that she has lost. First step in her plan is infiltrating the palace and the royal family impersonating the prince’s fiance.
- Assassin’s Apprentice
- A Prince Among Killers
In a world of shapeshifters and powerful magic, Aron is kidnapped and forced to be an assassin. He must learn to control is fearsome talents, even as he grieves for the life and family he has lost.
- Daughter of the Flames – Ruan #1
- Frostfire – Ruan #2
- Swan Kingdom
- Name of the Blade series.
Books with a great mix of fantastic magic, religion and an oriental feel.
From fantasy, magic, adventure, romance, quests, battles and mythical creatures to portals from earth to other worlds, some of the most complicated love triangles ever, gods, ships and Greek legends, this series has everything.
- The Shadow Queen
- The Wish Granter
- The Traitor Prince
- The Blood Spell
The Shadow Queen is epic, clever, familiar, original, fun, and so enjoyable to read. With one tough, warrior princess, an evil queen, a gorgeous new fantasy world to discover, a charming and slightly adorable romantic interest and even dragons (dragons!!!), The Shadow Queen is set apart from your average fairytale retelling.
Rosemarked by Livia Blackburne
The use of herbs and healing in this book reminded me of Lief. There is also a whole lot of fun banter between soldiers and a tense political situation.
What other titles fix your Poison Study cravings?