Give me your favorite book series! I’ve read Harry Potter and Hunger Games.Give me your favorite book series! I’ve read Harry Potter and Hunger Games. Catherine #recommend
The Outlander Series….it’s the greatest!!
Odd Thomas by Dean Koontz
I just bought the first one! I’m hoping I like it.
The Harry Potter Series,
The Magic Treehouse Series,
Troubleshooters Series by Brockmann,
Tall, Dark & Deadly by Brockmann
Divergent series, The Gender Game series
Outlander and Game of Thrones
The Raven Cycle by Maggie Stiefvater. Twilight
Game of thrones and Harry Potter
The Outlander series, A Court of Thorns and Roses series, The Glass Throne series
Terry Pratchett’s Discworld novels – especially the City Watch books.
The 5th Wave series
The series by Deborah Harkness
The Dark Tower
Jerusha Jones, anything by her. Sheila Connolly also has several good series. I like a woman who can write as well as come up with a good plot.
Outlander, Mercy Thompson, Sookie Stackhouse, Rothfuss, Twilight, Hunger Games…
@Pat I miss her! I miss them all. ?
Zombie fallout by Mark Tufo
Wheel of Time by Robert Jordan
Both the original series and all the sequels written by Herbert’s son are wonderful!
For those of a certain age — Nancy Drew. Got me hooked on reading.
Frankenstein series by Dean Koontz
The dark tower
asimov – foundation
Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
Asylum series was really good.
Also the Midnight Texas series by Charlaine Harris.
Phillipa Gregory, The White Queen -First of the Cousins Series.
Hunger Games and Alex Cross Series
Birthmarked is a good YA dystopian trilogy.
My fave adult series is Gregory Maguire’s The Wicked Years.
Growing up I loved the Childhood of Famous Americans series
@Laura has 3 cozy series….all very enjoyable and well written
Harry potter Lord of the rings
Alex Delaware books by Jonathan Kellerman
The Dark Tower
Wheel of time by Robert Jordan or any Brandon Sanderson series.
Wilbur Smith’s series on ancient Egypt, starting with River God!
I like the Courtney Series better, but Ancient Egypt is pretty good.
Wibur Smith is one of my favorite adventure authors! I enjoyed most all of his books. Easy and entertaining…..
Chronicles of Narnia ???
Discovery of Witches Trilogy ♡♡♡♡
The Dark Tower. EPIC.
The Millennium Trilogy (Girl the Dragon Tattoo), Game of Thrones, Dark Tower series.
The Unwind series
Tales of the City by Armistead Maupin.
The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings, Foundation, Harry Potter
The Grail Quest series, starting with The Archer’s Tale by Bernard Cornwell.
The Little House series—Laura Ingalls Wilder
Jane Smiley’s trilogy Some Luck, Early Warning, and Golden Age.
Temeraire series! (Naomi Novak)
Barbara Taylor Bradford has some great series….
I feel like a broken record but definitely Outlander! My absolute favorite book series.
I feel like I should read this series.
@Annette Give it a try & enjoy!
@Annette If you read on a Kindle or have the Kindle app amazon has the first book for only 3.99.
Sue Grafton’s alphabet mysteries.
I have read all of those and was so sad that there would never be a “Z” to wrap everything up.
Outlander is definitely my favorite series! ❤
The Dresden Files
Dark Tower for sure
Anne McCaffrey’s Dragonriders of Pern. Characters you care about through the entire series.
Tana French’s Dublin Murder Squad books are fantastic!
Laurie R King’s Mary Russell books are another favorite.
The Color Purple Trilogy was incredible?
The Chronicles of Narnia
My favorite is Harry Potter. But I’m halfway through the Wheel of Time and I’m enjoying that quite a bit.
Swallows and Amazons
I also enjoyed the Charlotte Stone series by Karen Robards. 🙂
Divergent series, Chronicles of Narnia, Caraval Series (but the final book isn’t released until next Spring).
Game of Thrones, Dresden Files, Furies of Calderon.
Furies of Calderon is underrated
The Bregdan Chronicles
Daniel Silva novels featuring Gabriel Allon.
The Passage! By Justin Cronin!
Outlander series, Fever series by Karen Moning
Armand Gamache by Louise Penny.
Stephanie Plum series Janet Evanovich….need some humor, there it is
I just started “Outlander”. Only a couple of chapters in and kind of slow. What do others think? Should I hang in for more?
Hang in there! It’s a wonderful series!
Hang in there !! Best I’ve ever read !! re-read it 4 or 5 times !!!
Personally, no, one of the few series where the movie series is better than the books.
I had the same issue—tough start! I want to give it another try since so many people recommend it. And I love a good time-travel story.
It was a hard one for me to stick with when I started it, but I’m so glad I did!
Harry Potter, Hunger Games, Girl With the Dragon Tattoo
Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead and City of Bones by Cassandra Clare
C.J. Box has written a series with the main character a Wyoming game warden named Joe Pickett. Love them & cant wait for the next!
Outlander and now, Discovery of Witches
Hugh Howey’s Silo series
Elena Ferrante Naples series – buy all four, you cannot put them down!
Holly danger by amanda Carlson
Tie between The Clifton Chronicles by Jeffrey Archer and Pillars of the Earth by Ken Follett
Clifton Chronicles are great!
Both sets are great
Century Trilogy by Ken Follett fascinating fictional look at 20th century history following 4 families from the start of the Russian revolution and WW1 to the inauguration of Barack Obama.
It was really good…I just didn’t get as emotionally attached to the characters. I loved the historical references.
Wow, I really need to move this up in to read list
@Linda I understand. I cared far more for some characters than others. But it is a lot to keep up with for sure!
I also highly recommend anything by Ted Dekker. Most of his books are connected, but he has two series, The Circle (Black, Red, White, Green) and The Paradise series (Saint, Sinner, Showdown, Outlaw)
The trilogy by Greg Iles: Natchez Burning, The Bone Tree, and Mississippi Blood.
Red Rising by Pierce Brown
True confessions of Charlotte Doyle by Avi
Jack Reacher series
All Souls Trilogy
Dublin Murder Squad
Nelson DeMille’s John Corey series.
Since you liked Harry Potter and Hunger Games, how about The Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra Clare. I really enjoyed it!
The Discovery of Witches series by Deborah Harkness or the Inspector Gamache series by Louise Penny!
The Dark Tower by Stephen King
The Shadow Children by Haddix (j fiction, starts with among the brave)
Atheron by Patrick Carmen
anybody liked the The Dragon Tattoo series by Stieg Larrson?
Oh yes, they were really good.
Wheel of Time, All Souls, The Vampire Chronicles, Outlander
Uncle Tom’s Cabin Harriet Tubman and the underground railroad
The Darkest Mind series
Outlander series; Louise Penny mysteries; Harry Potter; …….
#1 Ladies Detective Series
The Disc World series
The Dark Tower
Saxon Series- Bernard Cornwall
Temeraire- Naomi Novik
Dresden Series- Jim Butcher
Warriors of Rome- Harry Sidebottom
Uhtred & Temeraire are the best.
The Reluctant Prophet, Nancy Rue
Outlander, The Sword of Truth Series, The Wheel of Time Series.
Three Pines series, by Louise Penny and Harry Bosch series, by Michael Connelly. Both are AWESOME!
The twilight saga, harry potter, the hunger games, fifty shades, the lunar chronicles, the mortal instruments and the infernal devices. that just to name a few.
Real light reading, makes me smile… ANNE GEORGE’S- southern women’s mysteries series?
Louise Penny series about Chief Inspector Gamache.
Lord of the Rings
My favorite series was Travis McGee series by John D MacDonald. About a private detective in the state of Florida. I was so sad when MacDonald died in 1986 because that was the end of the Travis McGee books.
Me, too! Recently re-read them. Still the best.
Fbi thriller, Stephanie plum, elm creek
And Harry potter
I remember those books! Loved them.
Iron Druid Chronicles, The Deed of Paksanarrion, Legend of Paksanarrion, The Riyria Chronicles & Revelations, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Farseer Trilogy
I also like David Baldacci’s Camel Club series.
Nelson DeMille’s ….John Corey series
Nelson DeMille’s ..John Corey series
Harry Potter, of course.
Robert Parker’s Spenser Series
Lillian Jackson Braun’s The Cat Who
Miss Julia series by Ann Ross.
The 4 book Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy trilogy
Rhys Bowen’s Her Royal Spyness
Charlotte McLeod’s Sarah Kelling series
The Maze Runner
Wildwood Chronicles by Colin Meloy
Justin Cronin’s The Passage trilogy.
The Passage: A Novel (Book One of The Passage Trilogy) https://www.amazon.com/dp/0345504976/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_7Y9fBbYMGRF2X
Harry Potter, Outlander, Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, and The Vampire Chronicles.
Maisie Dobbs https://books.google.com/books/about/Maisie_Dobbs.html?id=IXYEAQAAQBAJ&printsec=frontcover&source=kp_read_button#v=onepage&q&f=false
Big Stone Gap series by Adriana Trigiani also Valentine by Trigiani, Outlander ❤️ Harry Potter.
I forgot to mention the Wilderness series by Sara Donati and The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
Spirit animals https://www.thriftbooks.com/series/spirit-animals/52328/
Outlander, Maisie Dobbs, Big Stone Gap-
Clifton Chronicles by Jeffrey Archer
The Serafina series by Richard Beatty
It’s Robert Beatty, though. ?
Stieg Larsson’s Girl With The Dragon Tattoo series
Many favorites, including Maisie Dobbs and Harry Potter
His Dark Materials!
Anne Rice Witching Hour; Outlander
Scythe by Neal Shusterman. It is also YA.
I can’t limit it to one! I almost only read series.
By Charlaine Harris
1) Sookie Stackhouse Southern Vampire Mysteries
2) Aurora Teagarden Mysteries
3) Lily Bard Shakespeare Mysteries
4) Midnight Texas Mysteries
By Laurell K. Hamilton, the Anita Blake Vampire Executioner series
By Kim Harriison, The Hollows Rachel Morgan series
Patricia Briggs Mercy Thompson Coyote Shifter series
Joe Pickett Game Warden mysteries
Lucy Maud Montgomery’s
Anne of Green Gables
Pat of Silver Bush
The Chronicles of Narnia by C. S. Lewis
Harry Potter by J. K. Rowling
The Little House on the Prairie books
Shannara series by Terry Brooks
HP of course… both the Inspector Rutledge series & the Bess Crawford series by Charles Todd.
#1 Ladies Detective Agency by Andrew McCall Smith
Preston & Child’s Pendergast series, Craig Johnson’s Longmire; Steve Berry’s Cotton Malone; Clive Cussler’s Dirk Pitt and Fargo series,; David Eddings Belgariad, Malloreon, Tamuli and Elenium series; Paolini’s Eragon series, Anne McCaffrey’s Pern and Freedom’s Landing series as well as the Brainships.
Forgot about Dragon Riders of Pern. Loved those!
The Selection series by Kiera Cass.
The 87th Precinct series by the late, great Ed McBain(Evan Hunter). Made me fall in love with police procedural.
Chronicles of Narnia. The James Herriott series. The No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency series. The Poor Relations series. If I had to pick, Narnia is probably my personal fave.
The False Prince
Mitford by Jan Karon.
Outlander by Diana Gabaldon, and all of her ‘offshoot’ books with some of the characters in the original stories. Also, the alphabet mysteries by Sue Grafton. So sad she was unable to write “Z” before she passed away…
The Tea shop mysteries by Laura Childs, great quick reads. Jack Whyte’s King Arthur series.
Girl with the Dragon tattoo series and Massie Dobbs series. Both are so good.
Fern Michaels Sisterhood series. Love them.
Maisie Dobbs series by Jacqueline Winspear. Spunky private investigator between the wars in England. Mystery and Historical fiction.
The Winning of America Series by Allan W. Eckert and Harry Potter. I also liked Girl With the Dragon Tattoo series
Longmire books by Craig Johnson!
“The Cat Who…” series by Lilian Braun Jackson, of course!?
Outlander, Beautiful Creatures, Mortal Instruments, Infernal Devices
Anne of Green Gables. ❤️
The Flavia De Luce mysteries
I love ” The CAT Who….” series!
Me too. They were fun. Loved Quill!!!!
Deadwood mysteries by Ann Charles. Hollows series by Kim Harrison. Discworld series by Terry Pratchett. His Dark Materials by Phillip Pullman.
The Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan
The Century Trilogy by Ken Follett.
As a kid, The Hardy Boys. As an adult, Masters of Rome series by Collene McCullough, Stephenie Plum series, Clan of the Cave Bear series, Gordius the Finder Roma sub Rosa series.
I almost forgot Harry Bosch series of Michael Connelly.
Historical fiction…try the Bregdan Chronicles series.
The Spoils of Time Trilogy by Penny Vincenzi
Fablehaven by Brandon Mull
The Chronicles of Amber by Roger Zelazny. The Kingkiller Chronicles by Patrick Rothsfuss.
The Chronicles of Narnia and Harry Potter ?
The Unicorn Chronicles by Bruce Coville. The Tales of the Frog Princess by E.D. Baker. The Moomins by Tove Jansson.
Janet Evanovich, Carolyn Haines, Lawrence Sanders, and Diane Mott Davidson.
Inspector Gamache series by Louise Penny
Stephen King’s Dark Tower series
Big Stone Gap series by Adriana Trigiani
Outlander by Diana Gabaldon
Midnight Crossroad series by Charlaine Harris
Very Valentine series by Adriana Trigiani
The Sacketts by Louis L’Amour
Anne of Green Gables all 8 books
Woman of Substance
Mary Stewart’s trilogy about Merlin, beginning with The Crystal Cave. I loved the way she painted this man. Wonderful stories that I’ve read over and over!
The Dark Tower
Light reading, loved the Cat Who books, all mysteries with a reluctant hero who has 2 Siamese.
Read them all. Really miss her writing.
Nikki Heat books by Richard Castle
Any series by Octavia Butler.
Definitely the books written by Michael Connelly. Most of them are about the character of Harry Bosch and, read in order, they take you on a great journey through his life as a detective in Los Angeles. My favorite mystery-police procedural writer. I’ve read them all twice!!!
The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer are great!
The house of night.
The Earth Children Series by Jean M. Auel. These books are set in the Ice Age and they are phenomenal. Lots a historical research and facts. The first book is the ‘Clan of the Cave Bear’.
I love these books too. The only thing I was turned off by was the sex scenes. Sometimes they made me roll my eyes or skim over!
@Joni The sex scenes are the only reason I would not recommend these books to young readers…I wish the author would write a companion book about the medicinal herbs, edible plants, etc.
Dragonriders series by Anne McCaffrey
Shadowhunters! Book 1 City of Bones
Have u read the infernal devices clockwork angel books and the rest of the series to
A million times over – this was THE BEST series and it’s not done yet. With 9-10 books, it will keep you busy for a while
I just got the Bane chronicles my friend is reading it now I have already pre ordered The Queen of Darkness
I just want to live in the series and never come out
@Adriane I feel that way in every series. The last book is always sad!
The Last Hours are suppose to be coming out soon that is with Will and Tessa’s kids
theres still one more book coming in the lady midnight trilogy
@Amy ya Queen of Darkness have u heard when the Last Hours is coming out
@Adriane absolutely! I just haven’t gotten the new book of the Lord of shadows one yet!
@Aundi you’ll love it!!
I love, if you can still find them, the Animorphs series which I always recommend to Hunger Games fan. It is a 50+ book series about 6 middle schoolers who get the power to turn into any animal and have to fight body-snatching aliens who crawl into your ear and into your brain. It is creepy as heck because they literally think EVERY PERSON is an alien. It is so 90’s, which is fun now. The main girl is like Katniss- fierce, protective, and gets kind of dark–her love interest is sweet like Peeta.
The Lord of the Rings
Game of Thrones
Technically, A Song of Ice and Fire, but truly EPIC. They were hard to put down.
Clifton Chronicles. Archer
Louise Penny Inspector Gamache series.
I loved the Matched Series
The Steig Larson series
The Girl With the Dragon Tatoo
I read this just last summer. Hoping to get far enough down my list to read the rest on the series.
I’m on the 4th book. ♥️
Gregor the Overlander by Suzanne Collins. I love more than Harry Potter…okay well, maybe not more!
The Oz books by L. Frank Baum and various other writers (there’s 40 books).
Mortal instruments by Cassandra Clare
There’s a series by Rosalind Miles about Gwenivere that I really loved. It’s three books, I believe.
The Mitford Series by Jan Karon
Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer.
Lord of the Rings
The Vampire Chronicles
Almost forgot about these. Anne Rice made me love vampires.
Philip Pullman’s trilogy His Dark Materials. Just came out with the trilogy prequel The Book of Dust.
And of course Lord of the Rings and Grafton’s alphabet mysteries.
Joe Ledger Series – Jonathan Maberry
That would be the Outlander series.
The Ranger’s Apprentice by John Flanagan. (YA), Bernard Cornwell’s The Last Kingdom, and Simon Scarrow’s Eagles of the Empire series.
Unwind by Neal Shusterman
The Valentine series (The Shoemaker’s Wife; Brava, Valentine; The Supremem Macaroni Company) by Andriana Trigiani.
The Chronos Files, by Ryssa Walker
Kim Stanley Robinson’s “Mars” series – Red Mars, Blue Mars, Green Mars.
His Dark Materials by Phillip Pullman
Anna and the French Kiss
The Left Behind series, The Mitford series, No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency series
I have two: the Mary Russell and Sherlock Holmes series by Laurie R. King and the Jane Whitefield series by Thomas Perry.
The Vampire Plagues by Sebastian Rook. They’re YA, but so engrossing. I’m a grown woman, but they’re still some of my favorites.
Definitely Outlander….Clan of the Cavebear…..and Most importantly GAME OF THRONES
Colleen McCullough’s series about Ancient Rome
What age range? I have some suggestions but you mentioned YA books in your list.
Outlander by Diana Gabaldon
and, yes, the Left Behind series.
I read Mission Earth by L Ron Hubbard in High School. I had to push thru a couple of them but I still think about that story 25+ years later.
Of course, tho, A Song of Ice and Fire is EPIC. George R R Martin really knows how to tell a story.
And, then, the all time classic, The Lord of the Rings (include The Hobbit) by J R R Tolkien must be included on the list.
I keep forgetting Catherine Coulter’s Sherbrooke Bride series. Set in 19th century England/Scotland…each book features a member of the family, but they are all intertwined throughout the series.
Bawdy, romantic and her great writing.
Big Stone Gap (4 in series)
Bought a box set before I left FL where I live to stay in IL for a month and forgot them! Can’t wait to get home.
I loved big stone gap, and Did not know there was a series!
@Nancy Yes- 4 Books in the series and first one was a feature film directed by the author!
I saw the film, and read the first two. Will have to look for the others!
Prendergast series by Preston and child
Also the Peculiar Children series by Ransom Riggs.
Cirque du Freak
The Chronicles of Narnia and Anne of Green Gables. Hands down!!!
If you are into Arthurian legends then there’s the Camulod Chronicles by Jack Whyte. The first book is Skystone. The series is pre-Excalibur and pre-Camelot.
Red Rising series by Pierce Brown
Poldark series by Winston Graham.
Lord of the Rings
The Grantchester Mysteries by James Runcie
Last Kids on Earth
My husband and son love these!
Game of Thrones, Outlander, Philippa Gregory, etc…
Outlander via Audible through my GPS. Audible has made it possible for me to find the time for reading again. Putting on miles for my job. It’s a win-win.
I just downloaded it for free….joined Amazon Audible….two free audiobooks with 30 day free trial….
Jodi Taylor’s St. Mary’s series
The Wheel of Time
My husband was obsessed with this one.
I’m only on book 3 but love it
It’s a long haul story, but the pay off is worth it.
The Lymond Chronicles by Dorothy Dunnett, the Maisie Dobbs series by Jacqueline Winspear are two of my favorites.
If you like HG, you might like Divergent.
Narnia series and Divergent series…
Dark Tower by Stephen King
Well, for the YA fantasy bunch– Harry Potter, of course– Back in the bodice ripper days, I enjoyed the Roselynde Chronicles by Roberta Gellis (Much better than most of that sort) Then for the Pulitzer or History lovers– “The Awakening Land” (The Trees, The Field and the Town by Conrad Richter. For just an awesome book “These is My Words, by Nancy E Turner (written in diary form–that book is of my favorites ever and contains one of the great romances) and it’s sequels Sarah’s Quilt and Star Garden–also historical.. “Lonesome Dove” stands alone, but the other books that go with it aren’t bad..(“Lonesome Dove” is just the best of the best, and I love Gus)
Harry Potter, The Chronicles of Narnia, All Souls Trilogy by Deborah Harkness. I’m also loving The City of Brass by S.A. Chakraborty, but it’s the only currently published one in its series (The Daevabad Trilogy).
The Forsyte Saga by Nobel prize-winning author John Galsworthy
The Dark Tower series, Stephen King. Disney’s Villian Series , Serena Valentino, Mrs. Peregrine’ s home for Peculiar Children, Ransom Riggs, Alex Cross series, James Patterson, Aloyusis Pendergast series, Preston and Child, Divergent series, I could go on and on. ?
Love Preston and Child!
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo trilogy by Stieg Larsson
Yes I enjoyed that one too!
Tales of the city. Gosh, they are good!
Outlander is a favorite. A short series The Rosemont series. And The Mitford series.
The Vlad Taltos series by Steven Brust.
Anne McCafferty’s Dragon books
the Xanth series by Piers Anthony. FIrst book A Spell or Chameleon. Older series but lots of fun.
Thomas and Charlotte Pitt Mysteries by Anne Perry.
Travis McGee series by John D. MacDonald.
His Dark Materials by Phillip Pullman
The Looking Glass Wars. By Frank Beddor
Game of Thrones, Lord of the Rings,
Anne of Green Gables series have always been my favorite.
I really enjoyed Joel C. Rosenberg’s Political Thriller series.
Brother Cadfael [Ellis Peters] mysteries and Amelia Peabody[ Elizabeth Peters]mysteries…….
Am I the only one that didn’t like any of the series named?
The Chronicles of Narnia. When I was a kid, The Little House books.
Oh and I also loved the Twilight series. Harry Potter and Hunger Games have already been mentioned but I loved them too!
Outlander and The Wheel Of Time
Isaac Asimov’s Foundation series.
Twilight series, the lying games, I’m currently reading a spin off series of the wizard of oz
OH! The Wicked series? I forgot about that series. Yes, I really enjoyed it, as a whole.
@Matt I just started the first book I like it so far!
I’m a big fan. There was a little disappointment for me toward the end of the series, but so far I’m the only one that I know has ever finished it, so I’ll be interested to see/hear your take!
The Beautiful Creatures series
Mine is Prendergast by Preston and childs
The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, Outlander, The Clan of the Cave Bear
Clan of the cave bear is on my list.
The Passage trilogy by Justin Cronin.
The Eragon series — epic fantasy.
The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings. Outlander. Over Sea, Under Stone (The Dark is Rising). Harry Potter. Maisie Dobbs.
Anne of green gables & Little house on the prairie.
Dune by Frank Herbert
Mists of Avalon
Loved the Crystal Cave
I want to read dune, haven’t gotten to it yet, but it’s on my list.
Loved the Mists of Avalon!
Outlander, Hunger Games, Little House on the Prairie, Anne of Green Gables, Joanne Fluke books, Legend, Ember in the Ashes
Carla Neggars has several good series — mystery etc. Some set in Ireland – Love them — Alex Kava has some also
For a good light read and plenty of laughs I enjoy the Stephanie Plum series by Janet Evanovich.
Harry Potter , hunger games, divergent, fifty shades
Anne of Green Gables, the Mitford Series, the Chronicles of Narnia, and Harry Potter.
Love the Mitford series. Beautiful scenery descriptions and lovely thoughts.
Estelle Ryan’s “Genevieve Lenard” series… LOVE!
Game of thrones
Black Stallion, Harry Potter, Dresden Files.
Along with many already mentioned, The Kent Family Chronicles had me waiting for the next one to come out when they were first published. Great historical fiction series.
Harry Potter, Little House on the Prairie, Hunger Games, Chronicles of Narnia, Nancy Drew, Study series by Maria V. Snyder to name a few ?
When I was a little girl I could not read fast enough the All of a Kind Family series.
It’s really light summer reading, but I have enjoyed the Blossom Street series by Debbie McComber.
Lord of the Rings! I read them back in the ’80’s. Love these books!
Guilty pleasure: No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency for between all the serious and sometimes depressing historical fiction I read.
Dianne Mott Davidson. Culinary mystery series set in mountain town outside Denver
Outlander, Kent Family Chronicles, Stephanie Plum
Game of Thrones, Flavia de Luce mysteries, In Death series, Pendergast series.
My first series was, The Black Stallion books.
Outlander, Narnia, Harry Potter, Little House, Game of Thrones,
and of course….Nancy Drew!!
Misty of Chincoteague trilogy
Series of unfortunate events. I’m old my kids read them and I picked the first one up and then read them all
Rick Riordan; Ian Rankin; Martha Grimes; Lindsey Davis (I’m heavy on mystery series)
Sandman Slim, by Richard Kadrey, Repairman Jack, by F. Paul Wilson. Dresden Files, Jim Butcher.
In the fantasy (dystopian) genre, read Lois Lowry’s books: The Giver, Gathering Blue, Son. Not really a series as much as companion novels.
And for fun, Harry Kemelman’s “Rabbi” books. It’s a mystery series from the 1970s featuring sleuth Rabbi David Small, and includes Monday the Rabbi Took Off, Tuesday the Rabbi Saw Red, etc.
Too many to count, but you might enjoy The Young Wizards Series by Diane Duane since you like Harry Potter.
Game of Thrones
Game of Thrones and Outlander
Outlander, Harry Potter, Earths Children, LOTR
Hobbit ,lord rings
Temerraire series by Naomi Novik. Set during the Napoleonic wars, men and dragons struggle to survive.
Emma Harte series- Barbara Taylor Bradford… still one of my favorite characters close to 30 yrs later
The Outlander series and Gone With the Wind and the spin-offs it has inspired.
Charles Lennox mysteries by Charles Finch, Lynley/Havers mysteries by Elizabeth George.
Harry Potter, The Spoils of Time Trilogy by Penny Vincenzi
Harry Potter and also The Series of Unfortunate Events.
Outlander and Harry Bosch series by John Connelly.
Pink Carnation by Lauren Willig
Lord of the Rings.
Read the description..not for everyone…but in my all time top 10.
And probably be horrible, but coming to Fox network this coming season
Loooove these books! I’m not sure I will watch the show!