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Supernatural Fiction and Urban Fantasy

So many people are writing supernatural books! So many! They’re also called paranormal (which makes me think of ghooosts). Urban fantasy, similarly, is the name given to fiction of a fantastical nature that is set in a real (specifically urban) world. Urban fantasy often has supernatural characters, and also often romance. Here are some selections from this genre.

Updated: March 2013

  1. Halo, Alexandra Adornetto
  2. Bitten, Kelley Armstrong
  3. Valiant, Holly Black
  4. Unspoken, Sarah Rees Brennan
  5. Marked, P C & Kristin Cast
  6. Masquerade, Melissa de la Cruz
  7. Crescendo, Becca Fitzpatrick
  8. Stardust, Neil Gaiman
  9. Evernight, Claudia Gray
  10. Unrest, Michelle Harrison
  11. Hereafter, Tara Hudson
  12. Need, Carrie Jones
  13. Fallen, Lauren Kate
  14. Infinity, Sherrilyn Kenyon
  15. Wake, Lisa McMann
  16. Bloodlines, Richelle Mead
  17. Twilight, Stephenie Meyer
  18. Fury, Elizabeth Miles
  19. Evermore, Alyson Noël
  20. Sweetly, Jackson Pearce
  21. Wings, Aprilynne Pike
  22. Jealousy, (bk. 3) Lili St Crow
  23. Immortal, Gillian Shields
  24. Embrace, Jessica Shirvington
  25. Intertwined, Gena Showalter
  26. Tantalize, Cynthia Leitich Smith
  27. Shiver, Maggie Stiefvater
  28. Uglies, Scott Westerfeld
  29. Paranormalcy, Kiersten White