Yesterday I found out that I have a massive lack of medievil fantasy novels on my to-read list on goodreads. First of all, the TL'DR version. Feel free to read only it and reply. Looking for more medievil fantasy novels. Preferably about people who aren't royalty or war soldiers, and I really like assassins, magic users, adventurers etc. Nothing with a very high amount of world building, and no young adult. Otherwise, suggest away! Feel free to stop reading this now and reply. I know why it's the case, I was afraid that I'd get myself almost nothing but medievil fantasy on my to-read pile if I didn't stop myself, and I also feared becoming someone who could only get into medievil fantasy if I read too much, and now I have the exact opposite problem. Almost all my fantasy to-read list is now urban fantasy, and dear god do I need to read less of that now! Dresden is awesome though! Anyways, I have a big thing for assassins, my favorite series being Night Angel by Brent Weeks. Love how compelling the main character is, and the combat is really really great. https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/3227063-the-way-of-shadows I've read a couple of the books in the Shadowdance series. It's great when I'm in the mood to see a ton of characters getting killed off. https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/9601799-a-dance-of-cloaks I've read a few medievil fantasy novels that I liked until near the end that were focused a lot more on magic, and I wanna keep looking for more like them so I can find what I'm looking for. Here's some examples: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/29396.Furies_of_Calderon Hope and Red (Empire of Storms, #1) (This one I actually liked, and probably underrated it.) (Stormlord #1) The Last Wish (The Witcher, #1) The Painted Man (Demon Cycle, #1) And yeah, I need to actually read some shit about straight up adventurers. Would also love to read some more lighthearted stuff(Yep, you heard me!) Thanks everyone, espeically if you read all of this.