Harry Potter books have become a popular and lucrative genre for fantasy authors, thanks to the popularity of epic fantasy books that have inspired a generation of children and adults.
For a genre that’s often shunned by mainstream publishing, authors like Neil Gaiman and Terry Brooks have embraced the epic fantasy genre and have sold millions of copies of their books.
A huge portion of the Epic Books Series has come out of the fantasy and science fiction world.
Hogwarts has published four books in the series: A Tale of Two Cities, The Fellowship of the Ring, and The Silmarillion.
These books have sold over a million copies worldwide, according to Nielsen BookScan.
In 2015, the publisher of the epic books series, Penguin Random House, launched an epic book series called The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of Five, which will continue to publish books from the epic epic fantasy and sci-fi worlds.
The books are aimed at kids ages 7-12, and will include a selection of stories from the Lord of The Rings, including the famous trilogy and the first installment of the Lord and Miller saga.
It is also a part of the Great British Adventure series, which also includes books from The Hobbit, Lord of Death, and The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.