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10 Historical Fiction Books to Read after Outlander

After reading the series of Diana Gabaldon Outlander, we are sure you must be looking for other series books like Outlander. Well, you must look for its alternatives because Outlander has created the thirst for exploration in the bookish. What is the actual meaning of fiction, historical events, warfare, honor, family, relationships, societies, and much more are covered in this usual stuff of literature? If you liked Outlander then here the other books like Outlander that you must read.

1. The Queen of the Tearling

There are many reasons to read that epic debut novel of the Erika Johansen. The Queen of the Tearling is plotted in the era of 24th century. The Queen of the Tearling is also the first novel in the fantasy trilogy by the same name. A journey of a simple girl to the royal castle to get back her throne. The Queen of the Tearling has been adapted for the movie as well.

2. The Clan of The Cave Bear

This epic historical novel penned down by Jean M. Auel that is about the prehistoric times. The Clan of The Cave Bear is also the first book in the Earth’s Children book series. The story of the book revolves around the eighteen thousand years Before Present that was the time when humankind on earth started to disappear. The data of the book is much similar to the culture of Aurignacian and Gravettian.

3. The Fortune Hunter

The focus of this fantasy historical book is on the nineteenth-century Austrian aristocracy. The tale is so much more than that. It is about the love affair of a poor man and his wife. A bestselling novel by the Daisy Goodwin that is simply a compelling and lust story depicting the life of a common man. The Fortune Hunter is full of passion and a genuine story of the Queen of Hearts of the nineteenth century.

4. To Tame a Wild Heart

A book by the Tracy Fobes that has been applauded and still getting an appraisal because of its blend historical events, romance, and wonders of the paranormal events. To Tame a Wild Heart has nailed it where a suspense beauty discovers her true identity in the world. How you can trust anyone in a world where desire and deception stand for the same thing.

5. Everything Forbidden

A story with a good base and aligned in a perfect plot is necessary for the success of a book and same is true in the case of Everything Forbidden where the story theme is titillating and intriguing. There are however some flaws and jumping, but overall rating is best. Jess Michaels has proved that she is good in writing erotic content. You will surely pick the name of Everything Forbidden whenever you wish to read an erotic story.

6. The Perilous Gard

This American young adult novel is written by the Elizabeth Marie Pope. Got published in 1974, The Perilous Gard is still popular among the book readers. For its best themes, The Perilous Gard had won Newbery Honor Award in 1975. It is a flashback story that happened during the 1550s. The lead characters of the story are a princess, two maids, and mystical world.

7. Fire Along the Sky

With an epic and breathtaking adventure, Sara Donati has simply nailed it one of the bestselling sagas. Fire Along the Sky is the story of a struggling family and their survival in the wilderness of the Northeast. A story is having a brave woman and her unforgettable journey of redemption across a young nation threatened by the flames of war.

8. Beyond the Highland Mist

Beyond the Highland Mist us a highly sensual and original heart to put down romance drama by the Karen Marie Moning. An intriguing story that will remind you the untamed behavior of the author. If you are looking for romance, mystical, magical and delectable romance then Beyond the Highland Mist is the fast paced, and pure reading enjoyment stuff.

9. Memoirs of a Geisha

Memoirs of a Geisha is a kind of historical novel by one of the leading authors Arthur Golden. The novel got published in 1997 and had been adapted for the movie with the same name. The novel is written in the first person perspective and tells the story of a geisha working in Japan during World War II.

10. The Midnight Witch

The Midnight Witch is an epic mystic novel of Paula Brackston. The Midnight Witch is the story of a young witch who has to choose between love and loyalty to her coven. Will she choose loyalty or love is a question the answer of you has to find out but all this will happen when you go through this novel?

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