Fantasies Set in the Pacific Northwest

As Washingtonians, we know that our state is home to gorgeous, enchanting landscapes and rich history. So, it is no surprise that the Pacific Northwest serves as the backdrop for lush and inventive fantasies. While finding this setting in any novel is fun, there is something special about seeing the northwest filled with magic. If you are looking for something different, dive in to one of these fantasies set in the Pacific Northwest.

Armageddon's Children: In a futuristic Northwest near total collapse, a knight embarks on a mission to find a child whose magic could save the world. 

Wild Life: A lyrical novel of a woman, lost in the Washington woods, whose beliefs are challenged when she is rescued by a group of wild beings 

Moon Called: In the Tri-Cities area, a shapeshifter's attempt at normal life is interrupted by the monsters she deals with on a daily basis in this fast-paced series. 

Winterwood: Be careful of the dark, dark woods in this grim fairy tale set in a mountainous area of the Pacific Northwest

Hollow Kingdom: Humanity's extinction has seemingly arrived, and the only one determined to save it is a foul-mouthed crow from Seattle whose knowledge of the world around him comes from his TV-watching education.

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Sno-Isle library staff can suggest other fantasy books set in the Pacific Northwest that you're sure to love. Answer a few questions and we will curate a Custom Reading List of 4-6 hand-picked titles just for you.