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Why Adults Read Fantasy Novels
Why do adults read fantasy novels? Aren't they just for kids?
Fantasy novels have become more popular than ever. People of all ages, including adults have poured themselves over tales set in fantastical worlds full of magic and wonder. Be it Harry Potter, a Game of Thrones (A Song of Ice and Fire saga), or even rereading the Hobbit and the Lord of the Rings. But why do adults read fantasy novels?
There are many reasons adults read fantasy novels. They are books full of magic and wonder, heroes fighting great evils, with fantastical and imaginative worlds to lose oneself in. Fantasy is one of the few genres that allows the reader to view a great and magical world. A magical perception of the world that we have as kids but lose as you grow older. Typically the main characters in a fantasy novel reach their full potential and become great people, something many adults feel they will never achieve.
It has been said that when the economy is bad like it is now, people like looking back and prefer to think of better times. Fantasy novels, while usually set in a different world, are usually reminiscent of older times. Most are set in a Medieval like setting where there are gallant knights and great queens and kings. They remind us of times past, and it is part of an escapism that few other genres can create.
Escapism in general is why adults read fantasy novels. While just like any good book, it transports a reader to a different perspective, in fantasy novels you are frequently taken to a completely different time or world. Readers don't have to worry about the trials and tribulations of normal life, or even have to relate their entertainment to the modern world. They can just enjoy the story and keep it separate from their normal Even modern fantasy tales, which are set in the world as it is now, adds magic and wonder to the world that many adults wish existed. It still allows adults to escape into a world unlike their own.
Of course many adults read fantasy as a child, and just continue to do so. Some first found a love for reading thanks to fantasy and continue flaming that passion into adulthood. Maybe it was reading the Hobbit or another book, but it has stuck with the readers as they have grown up. These are just some of the reasons adults read fantasy novels. No matter the reason, adults still find themselves drawn to magical worlds and amazing characters.