It’s the kind of genre that could have been written by any of the authors of the Harry Potter books.
It’s also the sort of genre where you can find an array of well-researched and well-received books that can give you a much-needed boost in your knowledge and enjoyment of this wonderful genre.
So here are our picks for 10 of the best folk knowledge books of 2017.1.
Folk Hero – Andrew MacDougall This is the second book by Andrew MacDougal, author of the acclaimed children’s book The Hobbit.
The first book is The Tale of Two Cities, and both are best-sellers.
In this book, MacDougal tells the story of a village on the Scottish Isle of Mull, which is home to a hero named Thorin Oakenshield, who was also called The Troll.
MacDougally takes readers on a journey around Mull in search of Thorin’s whereabouts.2.
The Legend of Little Green Men – Michael Chabon This book is a little like the Lord of the Rings books.
If you like Tolkien, this will be your kind of book.
But if you like fairy tales, or the mythology of Middle-earth, or just like the adventures of little green men, then this is a must-read for the entire family.3.
The Little Drummer Boy – David Foster Wallace The most famous of all the works by American writer David Foster, The Little Dumpling Boy has been compared to The Da Vinci Code, and is said to be one of the first books that inspired the films The Wizard of Oz and The Lion King.
The story is about a boy whose parents die in a plane crash and who returns home to find the boy has been adopted by a girl.
His adoptive father is a very wise old man who offers him the choice of becoming a drum-pusher or an actor.
If the boy is chosen as a drummer, he will be accepted into the band of the people who have adopted him, but if he is chosen to play the drums, he is sent to the back of the house and forced to play all of the instruments himself.
The book is set in England, but it’s narrated by a Welsh man who speaks fluent Welsh and is quite humorous.4.
The Last Man on Earth – John GreenThe last book in John Green’s series of non-fiction books, The Fault in Our Stars, is a dark and moving book about the end of the world and the people that are trying to save it.
It also contains some very touching personal stories, which make it a great read for anyone who wants to understand the lives of people who are struggling with this end-of-world event.5.
The Power of Myth – Toni Morrison This is a great book for anyone that’s interested in exploring how myths and myths-lore have shaped our world and our world-historical reality.
Morrison’s latest book, The Left Hand of Darkness, is also a great non-historics book that’s set in the fictional city of San Francisco, California.6.
A Time to Kill – David Eddings If you’re looking for a way to kick back and relax in the company of a group of friends, or a way for you to really get your mind off your job, or an opportunity to write a novel, this is it.
Edding’s latest work, A Time for War, is set after World War II, and focuses on the role of the military in bringing about the world’s end.7.
The Day After Tomorrow – Michael MoorcockMichael Moorcock’s most recent book is about the future, and it’s an incredibly emotional book about what’s going to happen when humans go extinct.
Moorcock has been a journalist since the early 1970s, and his latest book is his most personal work yet.
It chronicles the events leading up to the end-time, and what people will do when they get there.8.
The End of the World as We Know It – Neil Gaiman The End is a classic sci-fi novel set in a world where people have been enslaved by the machines, but the book doesn’t take itself too seriously.
Instead, it’s about a man named Dr. Halsey who has the power to end the world.
This book was adapted for the TV series Futurama.9.
The Time Traveler’s Wife – William GoldingThis is another book about time travel.
It follows a woman named Sophie who travels back in time and tries to find her husband.
Her efforts backfire and she is kidnapped by the villainous Lord Byron.
This is also the first book in Golding’s series that focuses on a woman who wants a child and is able to travel back in history in order to do so.10.
The Road to Wigan Pier – Ian McEwanThe author of several best-selling novels and The Girl in the Fireplace, Ian Mc Ewan is known for his political and