What is your favorite book series?
Nora Robets Trilogies
@Cheryl yes i love her cousin o’dwyer series
The Maze Runner series by James Dashner, Harry Potter series by JK Rowling, the Rama series by Arthur C. Clarke.
The Bronze Horseman books and The Hunger Games, very different from each other but I loved them both.
Game of Thrones
The Dresden Files
Harry Potter is my absolute favourite but I also like Game of Thrones, Outlander, LOTR, The Last Kingdom, Sookie Stackhouse, Women of the Otherworld… I love getting into a good series of books!
Anne of green gables
The dark tower
Harry Potter, . . . or Thrush Green, . . . or Game of Thrones, . . . it is totally mood related. ?
@Priscilla if you like Thrush Green, have you tried the Fairacre books by the same author? ?
The saxon stories
How hard is it to put a question mark?
How hard is it to not be rude?
@Andrea thank you
@Sumaya i just added a question mark a minute ago
@Andrea Not putting a question mark is rude.
@Andrea I’m sure she knows what a question mark is. She just forgot or ignored it. And it’s rude to ignore.
@Sumaya I guess we have a different definition of rude. Agree to disagree.
Not using a question mark does not make her rude. If you read the sentence you already see it’s a question. So its not a big deal to have forgotten it. You are just starting problems. She ask a question. Answer it or just scroll past it.
I do not think that word means what you think it means.
@Kara thank you
Anita Blake Vampire Hunters series
Lakeshore Chronicles by Susan Wiggs
Throne of Glass series by Sarah J Maas and Arisen by Michael Stephen Fuchs.
Throne of Glass all the way!
@Heather considering I only caught on this year I’ve read the series twice! Love it..
@Debbie I’ve re read it twice, but I will have to do it again with the last book’s release.
@Heather have you not read Kingdom of Ash? I’ve finished that..it’s such a good read!
@Debbie I finished it yesterday!
@Heather I hoped you enjoyed it ?
@Debbie oh it was amazing! But I expected a different ending.
@Heather same..more death maybe? Don’t want to say too much…?
@Debbie yeah totally! But what can we do ??♀️
Throne of Glass and Hush Hush.
loved Hush Hush
@Bethany me to
The Cemetery of Forgotten Books-Carlos Ruiz Zafon. And the Wizard of OZ-Baum and Thompson.
Alex Cross series by James Patterson
Harry Potter and The Selection
The Anne of Green Gables series by Lucy Maud Montgomery.
Wars Of The Realm by Chuck Black. 2nd favorite us Serafina and the Black Cloak series by Robert Beatty.
The Dark Tower
The Lunar Cronicles by Marissa Meyer
The Tradd St series by Karen White
The Sword of Truth series by Terry Goodkind. Followed by Harry Potter.
Black Dagger Brotherhood by JR Ward, Patrick Melrose
The Soul Forge Saga
Inheritance Cycle. Only series I couldn’t wait to finish. I’m not really a fan of series.
Thoughtless series by S.C. Stephens
Realm of the Elderlings by Robin Hobb ( Although I haven’t read the Liveship series or the Rain Wild Chronicals but I plan to once I do my epic re-read next year!), Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, Charles de Lints Newford series, Tad Williams Memory Sorrow and Thorn…
Black Dagger Brotherhood, Jane Yellowrock, Alex Craft the Grace Witch to name just a few….lol
So far “The Wheel of Time” by Robert Jordan. I’m on book 9 of a 14 book series. Plus there is a prequel called “A New Spring”. So 15 books. Plus The Harry Potter series.
Harry Potter Series.
James Patterson’s The Women’s Murder Club series
The Serafina series by Robert Beatty
Mercy Thompson, Alpha and Omega and Chronicles of Nick.
The Hobbit and the Lord of the Rings trilogy, The Dark Tower series, and the Winternight Trilogy.
Recently it’s been The Neopolitan Novels by Elena Ferrante, as a child it was The Chronicles of Narnia by C S Lewis and the Lord of the Rings series. Oh and I also loved The Raj Quartet by Paul Scott (as an adult) and His Dark Materials by Philip Pullman.
Alex Cross, by James Patterson
Jane Hawk ,by Dean Koontz
All series by Lisa Scottoline
Bloodlines, Percy Jackson
The Ninja series by Eric Van Lustbader
Jane Whitefield series by Thomas Perry, Amos Decker series by David Baldacci, Logan McRae series by Stuart MacBride…just to name a few.
Fever series by Karen Marie Moning
Big fan of the All Souls Trilogy. Also, John Sandford’s Lucas Davenport (Prey) series.
Miss pelliegne home for gifted children
The breathing series
hush hush series and an ember in the ashes series. also the addicted series by krista and becca ritchie
The black swan by @Victoria amazing read
Cemetary of Forgotten Books from Carlos Ruiz Zafon.. begins with The Shadow of the Wind.
I love that saga!!
Seven Sisters by Lucinda Riley or Harry Potter!
The Honor Harrington series by David Webber.
What are these books about? What is the best way to describe them? YA, Mystery, Crime?
In Death series by JD Robb
Travis McGee by John D McDonald
Dresden Files by Jim Butcher
Mitford Series by Jan Karon and Gaslight Murder Mysteries by Victoria Thompson.
That’s like asking what kind of @Georgetown is my favorite. I just can’t do it…
Ahhh! Not fair! Can we pick one per genre? Hahha
For classics I love Anne of green gables and Emily Of New Moon series. For adult historical fiction Outlander For fantasy both of the Sarah J Maas series and Harry Potter
Jeffery deaver ..Lincoln Rhymes
Tedious . . . but oh so very interesting. Almost too detail oriented for my tastes . . . but I never find myself putting it down 😉
Dark tower, green mile
I counted as one novel, read it about a year ago . . . so I didn’t have the anxt folks did back when . . . waiting for the next to come out . . .I rarely 5-star any novel . . . this was a 5’er!
The Emperors Edge by Lindsay Burokers
Outlander by Diana Gabaldon.
Too many to choose.
Legend of Eli Monpress by Rachel Aaron and Riyria Revelations/Chronicles by Michael Sullivan
Love Red Rising series by Pierce Brown..awesone series Sci-fi/dystopian
Reading The Asylum series by Madeline Roux now…they are YA and very good.
Currently, I’m reading J. D. Robb’s “In Death” series.
The Pendergast series by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child.
I’ve read about 3, out of order, really enjoyed them!
Yes, and I love their action thrillers too!
Janet Evanovich…”The Numbers”
Rizzoli and isles
Right now the Cormoran Strike series by Robert Galbraith
Space Force by Aleister Davidson is rad.
Gormenghast by Mervyn @Kevin
Fallen by Lauren Kate
Suits on Amazon’s Prime
If I go by amount of books read in a series . . . C.J. Box’s Joe Pickett series. It is always a delight to begin a new one and not be able to put it down . . .
In Death series by J. D. Robb.
Stalking Jack the Ripper series Throne of glass A Court of Thorns and Roses Lord of the Rings A song of Ice and Fire
Black Daggar Brotherhood, Midnight Breed, Vampire Huntress, Throne of Glass, Seven Realms and Shattered Realms
Savannah Martin series by Jenna Bennett and In Death series by J.D. Robb
Harry Potter!!! I love my books and I love my series but nothing compares to my love for Harry Potter…and to be honest it’s the series that introduced to how much I love series.
@Atrisha I love series, but normally shorter ones like trilogies. Harry Potter was so intimidating to be because it was so long and some of the later books were so large. Now that I’m almost halfway through though it’s not so bad.
@Allen I actually wasn’t intimidated. I do remember when I first read them, there was only five and I was a Junior in high school. Thankfully I just got the first 4 from my grandma and I had my mom buy me the 5th. And on to reading I went. I remember feeling so accomplished when I read both the 4th and 5th during my Spring Break and it was also a much better way for me to spend my Spring Break then what i would usually do (i was the party teen). But I felt so proud and couldn’t wait for the next one to come out. But since then I have reread the series so many times (at a much slower pace now) and I just love stories that can keep going. I do love trilogies as well though.
@Atrisha that’s such a great story! I was forbidden to read them by my grandmother when they first came out (even though my mom bought me the first book and some Harry Potter stuff for my bday/Christmas) because of it being witchcraft and wizardry. Out of respect for my grandmother I just never read them. I bought the books two years ago and have “fought” reading them until I started them at the end of September.
@Allen ironically my grandma bought me the first 4 and then shortly after changed her religion and regretted buying me them because they dealt with Witchcraft. But it was already too late. I already read them and loved them. But she would always ask if I threw them away and I always told her no, except for the last time she asked. I totally lied with a big grin on my face and told her I did (I wasn’t trying to hide that I was lying from her). But I’m glad I didn’t toss them out. She passed away a few years ago and those books bring back those memories. As much as she ended up not liking the idea, she got me hooked. But it is an incredible story. J.K. Rowling did an amazing job. The cast and crew for the movies also did an amazing job (though books are WAY better). Its a story that’s over 20 years and it still keeps going like it came out yesterday
@Atrisha that really is a cool story. The books, and yes, even the movies have stood the test of time; crossing generations. I think Harry Potter needs to be added to the Classics list!
@Allen I’m sure some day it will. I know if I ever have kids I’ll be sharing the story with them. I already have my 4 year old nephew saying he’s a Hufflepuff and he’s going to grow up to be a Wizard and he loves Dobby and hates Bellatrix (because I told him what happened to Dobby)! He still has yet to know it’s all Harry Potter yet, but I’m training him well!!!
Have a few lol. Too many to name. Anyone else have this issue?
So? Name one . . . all anybody here (speaking for myself) is trying to do really . . . is get some ideas of future series TBR. Don’t you think? . . . just one? 😉
@David lol. I will have to still go with Hannah Sweden mysteries by Joanne Fluke. And Im in the middle of James Patterson Women’s murder club
I read a couple of the Patterson Women’s books back a couple years ago . . .wasn’t highly excited about them. Perhaps i’ll go back to them . . . I still have a few on hand I haven’t read. But Joanne Fluke . . .now I’ve not heard of her before . . . this is why I asked you to “mention one” . . . I shall review some of these on GR’s . . .and decide upon putting them on my TBR . . . thank you! You wouldn’t believe how many good novels/tales I’ve found just by someone recommending them. You wouldn’t believe how many dogs i’ve read, using this same method. Hey? If chances are to be taken, a bloke will take his chances. 😉
David Louis O’Dell lol. I have a few. I can send some your way if you like. In fact i just finished one of Joanne Fluke books. And have the whole series. I have all the hallmark movies mystery books honestly. The cozy ones. And Nora Roberts the three sister island (about witches) is pretty good…most of Noras are. Lol see i have tons
@David and anything by @Summer or Gretchen Allen
Sort kindle reads that are fun and so many to choose from
I’m not fond of series. I get bored. Too many writers, too many stories out there to read to be tied down. 😉
My biggest problem, if a problem is to be found . . . is that series writers like to include the protaganist’s family as part (sometimes to an unbelievable portion) . . . It happens, I agree in life . . .but so very rarely . . . and to read these sort of mystery/series . . . you’d think it’s automatic . . . wife, children, friends etc. . . . are part of the culprits intentions . . . . Still, I enjoy them . . . you come to know the main character and watch them evolve . . . in life.
The Dark Tower, S. King The Lord of the Rings, JRR Tolkien Chief Joe Leaphorn series, T. Hillerman Dave Robichaeux series, J. L. Burke
Harry potter A court of thorns and roses The house of night series
Dark tower, lestat, Phillip Pullman his dark materials, Narnia, Holly black’s modern faery tale trilogy
Oh and game of thrones of course if he’d finally finish it. The sookie Stackhouse novels are kind of a guilty pleasure too
The Cemetery of Forgotten Books.
Plantegenets/tudors series by philippa Gregory and Harry Potter
Don’t have one favourite series Ones I like are the Jack Reacher series, The Alexander Kent “Bolitho” series, and the Horatio Hornblower series as well as the Douglas Reeman WWII Naval warfare series
WOT, LOTR. DT and Repairman Jack.
Dresden Files, Realm of the Elderlings
Black Dagger brotherhood Fever
Adult: Diaries of the Family Dracul New Adult: A Court of Thorns and Roses YA: The Hunger Games
The legends of the first empire by Michael sullivan
The Fever Series by Karen Marie Moning ??
The parasol protectorate series by gail carriga Harry potter…of course The remnants chronicles Mistborn by brandon sanderson
The hunger games arrggh
John Sandford’s Prey series
Stephanie Plum series by Janet Evanovich Whiskey Creek series by Brenda Novak Body Armor series by Lori Foster
Fear street series
Baxter series by Karen Kingsbury, Haven Point by RaeAnne Thayne, Sullivan’s Crossing & Virgin River series by Robyn Carr, Sullivan series by Belle Andre,Heart Breaker Bay By Jill Shalvis.
Redwall, Master and commander, Sharps-by cornwall
The All Souls series by Deborah Harkness!!!
Hannah Bekka Harman is the all souls triliogy any good
Jennie New they’re FANTASTIC!!! My favourite series EVER!!!
Brandon Sanderson’s Cosmere books: Mistborn & Stormlight Archive in particular are wonderful.
Yes! I read all 3 of those in 4 days. I barely came up for air the whole time.?
The American Family Portrait series by @Jack; Chronicles of The King series by @Lynn; Ancient Words series by A. M. Heath; & The House of Winslow series by Gilbert Morris (which I’m still working on cause there are sooooo many books in that series).
A song of ice and fire by George R R Martin
Harry Potter by a mile.
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