Must read book series!
Nemesis by Brendan Reichs the first 2 are out now! Sci-fi I loved it!
Shannara series (don’t watch the show) Redwall, Nightside, James Rollins Sigma series, Ex Heroes by Peter Clines
The Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon! BEFORE you watch the television adaptation!!! ?
The fifth season
The Merciless series
The Court of Thorns and Roses series and Throne of Glass series by Sarah J. Maas.
I’ve read ACOTAR.
Anita Blake the vampire executioner series
Outlander by Diana Gabaldon A Game of Thrones by George R R Martin Harry Potter by J K Rowling ??❤
I’ve read Harry Potter
“Leven Thumps” by Obert Skye and “Harry Potter” by J. K. Rowling.
Donna Andrews’ Meg Langslow series
House of night series
I’ve finished this one
Mayfair witches by Anne rice
The Program by Suzanne Young. The White Rabbit Chronicles by Gena Showalter.
I loved the White Rabbit Chronicles!
Leilani Noack I discovered it last summer and blazed through all four books because I couldn’t put them down. They were a literal nail-biter for me. They need to make a movie.
@Donna me too when I first read them!
The Mistborn series by Brandon Sanderson
Discworld by Terry Pratchett
Black Jewel Trilogy by Anne Bishop
Armand Gamache series by Louise Penny
❤️Harry Potter ❤️The Lunar Chronicles ❤️Daughter of Smoke & Bone ❤️Shades of Magic ❤️Six of Crows—is a duology still counted as a series? ❤️Red Rising ❤️The Hunger Games
Slammed series by Colleen Hoover
The Falling Kingdoms series by Morgan Rhodes
That is literally what I was gonna say
In Death series by J.D> Robb (Nora Roberts)
Robert Hunter Series by Chris Carter ! ❤❤
Dresden Files by Jim Butcher The Lorien Legacies by Pittacus Lore The Scorched series by Mari Mancusi Pendragon by D.J. MacHale(this series gets dark) John Carter of Mars by Edgar Rice Burroughs
Monkeywrench. PJ Tracy
J D Robb’s In Death
Lincoln Rhyme series by Jeffery Deaver
Dublin Police Murder Squad series by Tana French
The Cemetery of Lost Books (The Shadow of the Wind) series by Carlos Ruiz Zafon
Loved this series!
Nevernight by Jay Kristoff; Red Sister by Mark Lawrence; Red Rising by Pierce Brown.
Sevenwaters series by Juliet Marillier.
Discworld Harry Potter Calvin and Hobbes (if comics count) His Dark Materials.
Mine are either Paranormal romance or fantasy: Nalini Singh’s Guild Hunter and Psy/Changeling series. Amanda Bouchet’s Kingmaker Chronicles trilogy. John Gwynne’s The Faithful and the Fallen series. Gail Z. Martin’s Chronicles of the Necromancer series. Maria V. Snyder’s Poison Study series.
how many book constitute a series? three? more?
The Name of the Wind. Wise Man’s Fear
Ruth Galloway murder mysteries by Elly Griffiths. Read in order.
Throne of Glass
Mirror Sisters trilogy by Virginia Andrews.
Patrick O’Brian’s Aubrey-Maturin series. Love the writing, love the complete and total saturation of the period, love the characters including the secondaries, and love the philosophical ruminations. It’s genre literature with naval adventure and action, but also high literature with its careful, razor-sharp delineation of the characters’ psychologies, behaviours and attitudes, its layered exploration of ethics and personal morality, and the political-philosophical divide between the two primaries. And humorous as well, which is such a pleasurable bonus.
And Iain M. Banks’ Culture sequence of science fiction novels. These are space opera adventures rather than hard SF that skews more towards some level of scientific verisimilitude. Instead, it applies Arthur C. Clarke’s Third Law: “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” So, it’s high-concept, easy to understand, literary, and focuses on an extremely sophisticated anarcho-socialist civilisation run by godlike artificial intelligences called Minds with a capital ‘M’, and who like to help, whether overtly or surreptitiously, other ‘lesser’ civilisations rise up to the same enlightened attitudes that they live by. Stories always take place on the edges of where the Culture and other civilisations interact/overlap, where things are still in flux and dangerous, rather than the ultra-safe, unimaginably free but boring Utopia within the Culture.
Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy – Douglas Adams (the first 3 at least)
M.Y.T.H. Series by Robert Asprin.
The Foundation Trilogy by Isaac Asimov
For great laughs: Stephanie Plum series by Janet Evanovich — currently up to number 24 with 25 due out in November. All books have a number in the title One For the Money; To The Nines; etc.
The “Key Trilogy” by Nora Roberts
The Stormlight Archives
Illuminae Files trilogy by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff
The Dark Tower, of course…
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