Best Urban Fantasy SERIES

This is a NEW LIST please help populate it by adding your favourite UF series :-)

1) Only Urban Fantasy books.
- Urban Fantasy must be set in a specific, contemporary city in which the 'flavour' of that city strongly influences the story.
2) Only Series
- Stand-alone UF novels such as Neverwhere or War for the Oaks should not be added to this list. They should be added to the sister-list 'Best UF Stand-Alone Novels'.
3) Only 'Book 1' of the series
- Book 1 should represent the series as a whole, no need to add all the books.

*As there is some discussion over what constitutes UF, I am prepared to be lenient about Rule 1.

Make sure you also check out the sister-list 'Best UF Stand-Alone Novels'.
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624 books · 3,599 voters · list created October 20th, 2012 by Clouds (votes) .
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message 1: by Antonomasia (new)

Antonomasia Thank you for the invitation, but I only have the haziest idea of what urban fantasy even is, and I'm pretty certain I haven't read any.


Mike (the Paladin) If you're interested try some of Jim Butcher's Dresden books and/or Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London books. That will give you a good idea.


message 3: by Richard (new)

Richard Clouds, my message would be almost identical to Antonomasia's. I have read 1Q84, and although it's good, it's not a favourite. I do believe there are three parts to it though. You might like to check into that. But it's an interesting list.


message 4: by Candiss (new)

Candiss I am much more of a standalone reader than a reader of series, so I'm afraid I've only read a couple of these.

I did add one to the list that intrigues me because I've enjoyed the author's non-UF fantasy and science fiction in the past - Tad Williams.


message 5: by Clouds (new)

Clouds Antonomasia, Richard, Candiss...
I'm sure there will be more GR friends bemused at my invitation to come vote on this list! I must confess - I blanket invited all my GR friends as this is my first attempt at a GR list and I was (am) easily excitable.

I'm not a *huge* UF series reader myself. I love the Dresden Files and Felix Castor (which my wife introduced me to when we first met) and I've recently read the first book in each series for Peter Grant, Matt Swift and Greywalker (all three also at my wife's recommendation).

This is not a genre of 'quality' writing - but it's a genre of really, really, 'fun' reading!

I decided to start the list because there wasn't one like it out there. The biggest UF list on GR includes all books in a series, so it's gotten swamped by the many books in the most popular series. It also has a very broad/unedited definition of what UF is, so I'm happier to start one myself and have some control.

So - if you're not currently (or ever) a UF series reader, no problem! Thanks for stopping by and checking out my latest little project :-)


Mike (the Paladin) You're right that the only other list about UF here is...badly degenerated. It started as UF but people have added high fantasy, low fantasy, epic fantasy and every other kind of fantasy...and in some cases nonfantasy.

I find that especially a lot of readers bleed their definitions of UF and PNR (ParAnormal Romance) together.

The listopia lists are like that.


message 7: by Shanshad (new)

Shanshad Whelan Paranormal Romance and Urban Fantasy are close cousins and sometimes it's tough to distinguish between them. Some don't quite fit any def. For instance Hamilton's work ranges from horror, to UF, to PNR to outright erotica. One way I tend to define PNR is if the series remains, but every story has another guy/girl romance to fulfill. Usually, if the storylines feature ongoing characters it can be danged hard to maintain a real romance plot arc, so while it may be a UF subplot, it's rare that a couple continues on in PNR books from book to book unless it morphs into erotica . . . The Kate Daniels series I regard as UF, but the last book--a related character's story--is pretty much pure PNR. Noticed someone had added Beautiful Creatures. I'd challenge that based on the fact it's NOT urban.


message 8: by Candiss (new)

Candiss I see Zoo City on the list, and while I definitely think it's a good, solid UF, I don't see any indication that it's part of a series.


message 9: by Clouds (new)

Clouds Hi Candiss,

I know! There are several books currently on the list which don't appear to be part of any series. I thought my criteria was quite simple!

*exasperated sigh*

I've already deleted a dozen or so books that were not Book 1 in their series. Removing those that aren't part of a series AT ALL is next on the list.

My only hesitation is that I'm not certain with all of them and will have to do a bit of research. Eg - 1Q84 was originally published in 3-parts, but does that make it a series when you can buy it all in one book and it's not called an omnibus?

Clearly list admin is going to be more complex than I thought!


message 10: by Clouds (new)

Clouds OK - I think I've got the list compliant with rules 2 & 3 now :-)

I even went into a couple of the books that weren't showing their series on the list and added them to the titles properly. And fixed a Lackey series that had books 1 & 2 the wrong way around.

I'm not sure where to start with making sure the list is complaint with rule 1. Where to draw the boundaries for UF? What I currently have is a list of 53 series, each of which at least 1 person believes is Urban Fantasy.

Not bad for Day 1. :-)


message 11: by [deleted user] (new)

Added a bunch of books.

Also, The Hum & the Shiver really is part of a series. Book two is supposed to come out next year.


message 12: by Candiss (new)

Candiss Clouds, what are you considering "contemporary?" Do you mean contemporary to the time the author wrote it (For example, a book written in the 1980s about a city in the 1980s would be "contemporary," whereas a book written now about a city in the 1980s would not be? Or do you have another definition in mind?)

Are books that take place in Earth cities but are not modern to be left off the list? I am guessing "yes," but I want to make sure. (I am thinking of many books here, but for example Thieftaker by D.B. Jackson, which is urban and fantasy but takes place in colonial Boston.)


message 13: by James (new)

James I don't think I've ready any UF – I certainly haven't read anything on this list. But I did have the top three already on my to-read list (as well as another two in the top 30) so count me interested. I guess I've got some reading to do so I can vote, and if I like those at least I've got somewhere to come and look for further recommendations...

[Also, I de-duplicated three books on the list earlier today as well.]


message 14: by Shanshad (new)

Shanshad Whelan Huh. Burning Water might be the first written of the Diana Tregarde books, but it's not the first Chronologically speaking. What's the rule on Goodreads for that?


message 15: by James (new)

James Shanshad wrote: "Burning Water might be the first written of the Diana Tregarde books, but it's not the first Chronologically speaking. What's the rule on Goodreads for that?"

It's marked as being the first in the series, I'd assume that's the ruling. It'll be more complicated for books that belong to multiple series I guess...


message 16: by Shanshad (new)

Shanshad Whelan Hmm . . . ah well. It's the librarian in me who's nitpicking over this.


message 17: by Antonomasia (new)

Antonomasia Mike (the Paladin) wrote: "If you're interested try some of Jim Butcher's Dresden books and/or Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London books. That will give you a good idea."
Rivers of London would be the most likely as a few of my friends have read it already.


message 18: by Candiss (new)

Candiss I had no idea that Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London and Midnight Riot were the same book! I guess they got released under different names (and vastly different covers) on either side of the Atlantic.

I'll have to remove one from my TBR. It looks like Midnight Riot is the US name...pity, Rivers of London is a better title - and far, far better cover - in my opinion.


message 19: by Clouds (new)

Clouds Candiss wrote: "I had no idea that Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London and Midnight Riot were the same book!

Rivers of London is also a far more relevant title as one of the story strands is about the river spirits of Mr & Mrs Thames... no idea why they renamed for the US release.

Candiss wrote: "Clouds, what are you considering "contemporary?" Do you mean contemporary to the time the author wrote it (For example, a book written in the 1980s about a city in the 1980s would be "contemporary..."

Good question, Candiss :-) I've been struggling for a good definition of UF for a few weeks now and have been messaged a few people on here for opinions. The definition I've posted at the top is the best 'simple' phrase I've come up with.

You've specifically questioned my use of 'contemporary' - I use it in the loose sense, of the present time, or modern times. So a writer writing in the 80s, setting UF in the 80s would definitely be contemporary (to me). Likewise, a writer working now on a story set back in the 80s would still be contemporary (to me) because the 80s are still a modern era. So I guess my instinct places UF as a post 50s or 60s setting genre convention?

Always happy to debate that assertation though :-)

And yes, I'm aware we already have steampunk and alt-history UF in the list! For now I'm just going to keep an eye on rules two and three being followed and leave rule 1 up for debate.


message 20: by [deleted user] (new)

Why'd The Hum and the Shiver get removed?


message 21: by Clouds (new)

Clouds Ala wrote: "Why'd The Hum and the Shiver get removed?"

As you mentioned, book 2 should be out next year, but isn't out yet - so it's not currently a part of a series. Sorry.


message 22: by [deleted user] (new)

You'll have to remove Discount Armageddon, The Dirty Streets of Heaven, Libriomancer, Royal Street, and Control Point as well then.

None have a book two published yet.


message 23: by Shanshad (new)

Shanshad Whelan Is WebMage really UF? I thought it was CyberFantasy.


message 24: by Clouds (new)

Clouds Hi Ala,

I respect your staunch defence of The Hum and the Shiver - but the book wasn't listed as part of a series here on GR yet, and there's no listing for a sequel here yet.

Discount Armageddon, Royal Street & Control Point both have sequels announced with titles and covers. The Dirty Streets of Heaven and Libriomancer both have the next two titles in the series announced. Although none of these are published yet, I'm satisfied that there is sufficient evidence provided that they will be part of a series.

I'm committed to maintaining the list to design spec as much as possible - but I haven't read all these books so I can only work with the information available to me here on GoodReads.

If you know more information about a sequel for The Hum and the Shiver then is currently present on the site, go get yourself a librarian status - add the book, and the series - and give me some solid info to work from!

Kind regards,
Clouds


message 25: by Clouds (new)

Clouds Hi Shanshad,

I'm delighted to say that I've never heard of CyberFantasy! New genre definitions are popping up every time I turn my back. How marvellous.
:-)

Part of the point of this list was to encourage discussion about what UrbanFantasy is (and is not) so this is all part of the fun.


message 26: by [deleted user] (new)

I see.

I'm not going to bother with the hassle of librarian status just to get a book onto your list. I don't know the first thing about being a librarian and would most likely screw up something.

The author has listed the second book on his site. It even has a preliminary page here on GR for the second book. It's titled "Wisp of a thing" by Alex Bledsoe.

Your list though. Roll with it how you want.


message 27: by Candiss (last edited Oct 22, 2012 06:30PM) (new)

Candiss Clouds and Ala,

I have librarian status, so after visiting the author's website (http://alexbledsoe.com/2011/12/04/ann...) and learning that Wisp of a Thing is indeed the second in the Tufa series - of which The Hum and the Shiver is the 1st - I added the series info and updated both books' pages here at Goodreads. So now the books are officially a "series" per Goodreads metrics. :)


message 28: by Shanshad (new)

Shanshad Whelan Hi Clouds!
I don't know if Cyberfantasy would be the official term--but it fit for this series. Most of the series takes place in a multiverse created by a deity that transformed themselves into a divine computer to manage the worlds. It's a fun romp through reinterpretations of gods and goddeses.

I've been known to go crazy specific with organizing subsets of stuff. Like I've been trying to figure out a labelling system I can use to separate Urban Fantasy (set in cities) from contemp fantasy set in suburbia, small towns or wilderness. Calling it Rural Fantasy doesn't quite fit, but I'd like to designate a difference between them that would cover stories like Beautiful Creatures and other stories.

I'm currently working on a range of Fantasy/SF Atlas lists. Rather than identify works based on genre subset, I'm interested in lists by location. New York City and London are the most often referenced cities, but it is interesting to map all of the books that feature a recognizable actual place that you could find on a map.


message 29: by James (last edited Oct 23, 2012 01:38AM) (new)

James Candiss wrote: "I have librarian status, so after visiting the author's website and learning that Wisp of a Thing is indeed th..."

Ha, I just went to do the same and saw you'd beaten me to it. I added a starting description from the author's website to the book too. Somebody (who's actually read the book) will need to re-add it to the list now too...


message 30: by Clouds (new)

Clouds Candiss, James - thank-you!

Shanshad - I've been doing something very similar! Trying to break down UF between setting in real cities, setting in alternative history cities, steampunk cities, fantasy cities, etc. For the ones set in real cities I was making notes on an atlas list too :-) That's why a list like this is so valuable for research...


message 31: by James (last edited Oct 23, 2012 02:26AM) (new)

James Does Metro 2033 (currently 53rd) meet the criteria for the list? It appears to be more SF than UF, and while it's setting is Moscow, it's a dystopian Moscow of the future. It sounds like a great book though.


message 32: by Shanshad (last edited Oct 23, 2012 05:30AM) (new)

Shanshad Whelan Umm, just to add, I don't think Grimspace works at all--that's pure SF, or maybe space opera, but not fantasy I think that someone meant to put up Ann Aguirre's UF series which I think begins wBlue Diablo. It would probably be worth fixing if someone can put in Ann's other series instead of her SF one.Blue Diablo


message 33: by Clouds (new)

Clouds Hi James,

It's hard to comment with certainty without having read the book - but from the synopsis here (and Wiki) - it does appear to be post-apocalyptic, with radiation creating mutant monsters - rather than 'fantasy' creatures.

It sounds good, but I shall remove.


message 34: by Clouds (new)

Clouds Hi Shanshad,

It's always hard for me to comment with any authority without having read the book. The synopsis for Grimspace on GR/Wiki definitely sounds like sci-fi - but the first three reviews I've looked at all mention fantasy elements and specifically name-check the UF genre. So I'm content to leave it on the list for now.


message 35: by Shanshad (new)

Shanshad Whelan Hi Clouds,

Thing is, I've read this book. If nothing else it takes place in outerspace and on space ships and space stations and other planets. It's an outerspace romp. There are some soft science, possibly fantasy elements, but it's set well in the future on other words. Best I can tell you.

Shan


message 36: by James (new)

James Finally, I read a book on this list and was able to vote ... Happy Day!


message 37: by Al (new)

Al H. Perusing the list [which is awesome & just what I was looking for] when I came across several books after the first in a series. Don't know how often you check/update this so thought I'd send this along as an FYI

305 Twenty Palaces #2
312 Twenty Palaces #3
316 Shadow Reader #2
322 Shadow Reader #3


message 38: by James (last edited Feb 16, 2015 08:51AM) (new)

James @Clouds, I added The Secrets of Life and Death , although with some concerns that might make you want to nix it.

Firstly, although it's the first in a series, the second book isn't published yet (later this year though). Secondly, I'm not entirely sure how 'urban' it is. Set mostly in Devon, and large parts of it are in Exeter, it is mostly set outside of the city rather than in it - thoughts?


message 39: by Thekirstin (new)

Thekirstin Book 195 Devil's Bride isn't a paranormal/urban fantasy. its a regency romance. I know cause I read it. I don't know why anyone would add it to this list.


message 40: by Thekirstin (new)

Thekirstin And #217 Untamed (Medieval, #1) is a mideival romance.
#270 The Last Viking (Viking II, #1) is a historical romance.
#267 Slightly Married (Bedwyn Saga, #1) is a regency romance

There are quite a lot of historical romance novels on this list.


message 41: by Clouds (new)

Clouds Purged several sequels or omnibuses from the list.

Re Thekirsten, I took Untamed and Slightly Married off the list, but I left The Last Viking as several people have shelved it under time-travel, so without reading it it's hard to know how much of a sci-fi/fantasy aspect there is to it.
I also took off a number of other books that are clearly just romance.


message 42: by Cathy (new)

Cathy Grimspace -- I personally would not class this as UF, but as SciFi. It is set in space, it is not set in present day or on Earth (mostly), there are no 'fantastic', i.e. supernatural characters, but rather aliens...


message 43: by Yaraw (new)

Yaraw Plox. Percy Jackson isn't urban fantasy.


message 44: by Beth (new)

Beth Armentano Just wanted to thank you for the list. I know it must be a lot of work, but it makes it a lot easier for the rest of us to find new series to try.


message 45: by Jeana (new)

Jeana Budnick Do people not read? First book only!


message 46: by Deborah (new)

Deborah Jeana wrote: "Do people not read? First book only!"

OK, I deleted a bunch of sequels, what did I miss? Anything else that needs to be removed?


message 47: by Jeana (last edited Apr 28, 2016 07:42AM) (new)

Jeana Budnick The Light Who Binds (Bluebell Kildare Series Book 2)
The Keepers Box Set (Alchemy, #1-4)
The Emperor's Edge Collection (The Emperor's Edge, #1-3)
Sky Ghosts: Marco (Sky Ghosts, #1.5)
The Black Jewels Trilogy: Daughter of the Blood, Heir to the Shadows, Queen of the Darkness (The Black Jewels, #1-3) - Not even Urban Fantasy

Those are some I've noticed. there's also some books on this list that aren't Urban Fantasy


message 48: by H.A. Fowler (new)

H.A. Fowler This list makes me sad -- it reminds me I'd have to live a few hundred years or more to read all the books I want to read!


message 49: by The (new)

The Dragonbard Furies of Calderon isn't (at least to my knowledge) UF. Also doubt it about Amulet of Samarkand, but could be wrong.


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Pierre Pettinger The wrote: "Furies of Calderon isn't (at least to my knowledge) UF. Also doubt it about Amulet of Samarkand, but could be wrong."

The Furies series is definitely not UF. It's a low fantasy series set on another world/plane.


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