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How Many Mistborn Books Are There

Name a couple of, or just one, sci-fi and fantasy novels that you really like.

Would be great if you mention why you like them, without any spoilers. if you don’t, just leave the title. thanks!

I go by authors, because there are so many great books by these ones. (And also beside them I’ll have my fav. series by them.)Anything by:Patricia C Wrede—Socery and Cecelia or The Enchanted Chocolate PotDianna Wynne Jones—-All of them, just read all her books, they are so good. (She attended lectures of C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien, and she is SUCH a good writer.)Brandon Sanderson—-Mistborn seriesEoin Colfer—Artemis Fowl seriesDiane Duane—Young Wizards seriesRobin Mckinley—I really liked “Chalice” by her, but I think that’s more personal taste. She has a lot of good ones though.Megan Whalen Turner—The Queen’s ThiefThose are all Fantasy, though the Young Wizards series and Artemis Fowl could almost sorta be both Fantasy and Sci-Fi. As far as Sci-Fi goes, I liked the Ender’s Game series ok, but it depends on your maturity level and personal taste how much you’ll like them. Personally, they don’t make my favorites list.

Has anyone read the Legend of the Seeker books.

I want to read them because I loved the show so much but they are muy expensivo.Have you read them?Did you like them?Were they a lot like the show? How did they differ?What else do you like to read (so I can get a base on the reading level)?

‘Legends of the Seeker’, or in book form ‘The Sword of Truth’ by Terry Goodkind is one of those series that begins with great promise but doesn’t really deliver in the end. Many readers gave up after book 3. Personally I enjoyed them right up to book 9 (there are 11 in the series).I haven’t seen much of the TV series. What I did see reminded me much of ‘Xena: Warrior Princess’ or ‘Hercules: The Legendary Journeys’, which is to say far to clean (literally) to be believable, and with to much of a ‘slapstick’ comedy influence.The books are NOT like that, they start off much like a simple fantasy tale, almost childish, but they quickly become dark, and disturbing in places. Scenes of torture and bloody violence are more prominent in the books.Towards the end Terry gets wrapped up in preaching his philosophy of ‘objectivism’ to the exclusion of the story. His main character Richard Rahl becomes a mouthpiece for him to spout his own political views and his fantasy world a means to show that his philosophy is ultimately show to be the ‘right’ one.Despite all this he really is a gripping storyteller (when he bothers) but if I were you I’d read the first book ‘Wizards First Rule’ (UK title) and see what you think, bear in mind most readers think that this is the best book in the series.Other series you might like:’The Wheel of Time’ by Robert Jordan’The Belgariad’ by David Eddings’The Malloreon’ by David Eddings’The Inheritence Cycle’ by Christopher Paolini’The Demon Trilogy’ by Peter V Brett’The Mistborn Trilogy’ by Brandon Sanderson’The First Law Trilogy’ by Joe Abercrombie’A Song of Ice and Fire’ by George RR Martinand anything by David Gemmel I heartily recommend.I also enjoyed Steven Erikson’s ‘Malazan Book of the Fallen’ but you might not. It’s quite complex. Toddlers books online

Looking for a High/Dark/S&S Fantasy novel/series W/O a gushy romance/ annoying protagonist..

I’ve asked a similar question before, yet did not receive a desirable amount or quality of responses.I’m an avid reader, and for as long as I can remember fantasy has been my choice of literature. The reason being I love DEEP lore, I love learning things, history included. So when I crack a book that has a…

I can only think of a few off the top of my head. Mistborn series by Brandon Sanderson is good. I have recently started it, and it has a Hero turning into an evil overlord. I would suggest Sword of Truth series by Terry Goodkind, except I don’t really like the main characters. The first two books are good though and I adore the Mord’Sith. Both have lots of deception, trickery, and battle scenes.

I’d like to read more great fantasy novels. Suggestions.

I’ve read so many books that it is hard to think how many of you will actually suggest anything.I’ve read:Percy Jackson seriesBLack companyGoneHunger gamesEragonThe name of the windHarry potterValdamar series and other Mercedes Lackey booksThe farseer trilogythe riftwar…

Try:His Dark Materials trilogy – Phillip PullmanChronicles of Ancient Darkness – Michelle PaverWorldshaker and Liberator – both by Richard HarlandThe Leviathan trilogy – Scott Westerfeld

I just finished The Hunger Games… I need a new book series to read..

I love to read. But I have trouble picking a good series. Can you please tell me a little about a series, (like how many books there are, what its about, genre) & I’ll be picking best answer! ALSO, What did you think about the ending of The Mockingjay!? I HATED it!! I don’t really understand how everything…

I liked the Hunger Games, but I hated the other two books that followed.Artemis Fowl series by Eoin ColferSeptimus Heap series by Angie SageInheritance series by Christopher PaoliniMortal Instruments series by Cassandra ClareInfernal Devices Trilogy by Cassandra ClareSkulduggery Pleasant series by Derek LandyWitch series by Carolyn MacCulloughTrylle Trilogy by Amanda HockingModern Faerie Tale series by Holly BlackThe Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle HodkinBad Girls Don’t Die series by Katie AlenderWake Trilogy by Lisa McMannLight series by Jennifer DeLucyThe Sharp Time by Mary O’ConnellThe Pledge by Kimberly DertingThe Fire and Thorns Trilogy by Rae CarsonDark-Hunter series by Sherrilyn KenyonBones of Faerie and Faerie Winter by Janni Lee SimnerBooks of Pellinor by Alison CroggonTiger’s Curse series by Colleen HouckWicked series by Nancy Holder & Debbie ViguieThirst series by Christopher PikeGraceling series by Kristin CashoreThe Seven Realms series by Cinda Williams ChimaThe Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel by Michael ScottHis Dark Materials by Philip PullmanDresden Files by Jim ButcherBartimaeus Trilogy by Jonathan StroudThe Southern Vampire Mystery series by Charlaine HarrisMistborn series by Brandon SandersonThe Darksword Trilogy by Margaret Weis and Tracy HickmanIntertwined Series by Gena ShowalterFallen series by Lauren KateBeautiful Creatures series by Kami GarciaLightworld/Darkworld series by Jennifer ArmintroutIron Fey series by Julie KagawaUnearthly series by Cynthia HandFever Series by Karen Marie MoningRyria Relevations by Michael J. SullivanKingkiller Chronicles by Patrick RothfuThirteen Hallows by Michael Scott and Colette FreedmanMatched Trilogy by Ally CondieLegend by Marie LuUglies Trilogy by Scott WesterfieldShadow Children series by Margaret Peterson HaddixBooks of Ember by Jeanne DuPrauEnclave by Ann AguirreThe Host by Stephenie MeyerShatter Me by Tahereh MafiSeed by Rob ZieglerDivergent Trilogy by Veronica RothBirthmarked Trilogy by Caragh M. O’BrienDelirium Trilogy by Lauren OliverExodus Trilogy by Julie BertangaInside Out by Maria V. SnyderMoon Crash Trilogy by Susan Beth PfefferMaze Runner Trilogy by James DashnerMillennium Trilogy by Stieg LarssonTime Quartet by Madeleine L’Engle


Im inlove with NarniaHarry PotterLord of the ringsI also really enjoyed Penelopeeven the golden compassCan anyone tell me any other fun fantasy adventure books I could read that are like these?

Try Elantris and the Mistborn trilogy by Brandon Sanderson. You also might like Terry Pratchett’s Discworld series. I’m not really into romance much so most of my recs will be light on that end, but Brandon Sanderson has a smattering of romance that you might like.Have you ever read the Enchanted Forest Chronicles by Patricia Wrede? They’re fantastic.Always a classic: Howl’s Moving Castle and Castle in the Air by Diana Wynne Jones. There’s a new sequel to those two called House of Many Ways.Other authors to consider: Anne McCaffrey and Tamora Pierce (more suited to pre-teen and teen audiences but fun), Piers Anthony.Hope you like some of these!Someone above mentioned Garth Nix’s Sabriel which I think you would really like if you like the Golden Compass. Sabriel is part of the Abhorsen trilogy–the order is Sabriel, Lireal, Abhorsen. You might also like his Keys to the Kingdom series–7 books though the last one is not yet published.

Looking for a really good fantasy book without the filth.

I’m tired of this trend to move fantasy into adult entertainment. I was intrigued by Joe Ambercrombie (hope I spelled that right) and got into the book. Then the conversations turned from interesting to coarse as he suddenly begins using explicit language more frequently for everything.Yet people criticize…

I’m working off memory here, so if someone else objects to something I’ve recommended, please take that into account.I agree with the previous poster, The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss (part of the Kingkiller Chronicles). A few bad words here and there, but it’s mature without being vulgar. There is some sex, especially in the second book, but the language isn’t explicit.The Temeraire Series by Naomi Novak. Again, there might be a bad word here or there, but overall, it’s very clean in language and themes. A bit of sex in the later books, but subtle.The Belgariad by David Eddings. It’s been a while since I’ve read this one, but I can’t really remember anything objectionable in it. My mother enjoyed it, and she’s pretty picky about language, sexual themes and extreme violence.The Dragonriders of Pern by Anne McCaffrey. Again, it’s been at least 15 years since I read the series, but I remember it being clean.Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson. This is a series, but I’ve only read the first one. There is violence, but again, it’s not that extreme. I can’t recall any sex, apart from a few mentions.The Princess Bride by William Goldman. A fun read.Lastly, I’d suggest Terry Pratchett. His writing is very funny, thought provoking and mostly clean. There are a few implied raunchy jokes (usually puns), and the odd swear word here and there, but they’re a great read.

What is the order to read the Malazan books, Malazan Book of the Fallen or Malazan Empire.

Also I didn’t like game of thrones because it was boring to me (it didn’t have many fight scenes, and i just couldn’t get into the series), but I love fantasy books and I’m not sure wether or not I would enjoy this series.

I don’t know if Malazan Empire is sequel to Book of Fallen because it has different author.I’m thinking to read Malazan Book of Fallen next, (Currently reading Wheel of Time series) it looks great and from reviews it should be totally different from WoT series in ‘Show don’t tell’ thing. And I’m really looking forward to it because I really didn’t liked WoT that much yeat(First two books). I don’t know how much fight scenes there are but it should have lots of great magic systems and mysteries.Good books with a lot of fighting scenes:First Law series by Joe Abercrombie – Trilogy has lots of fight scenes and each chapter including northerners is epic win. Its Low Fantasy so don’t expect here great magic systems and main characters running around and casting spells. Fourth book is about revenge and ofc it involves lots of fighting but it has only one Northerner so it lacked something for me. Fifth book though is all about war between north and union. Most badass characters ever made.Mistborn trilogy and Alloy of Law by Brandon Sanderson – Trilogy has most awesome magic involved fight scenes I’ve ever read. It has great, original magic system and it’s not about guys waving wands around. Alloy of Law is set in same world but 300 years and involves guns and lots of shooting and magic system actually works with it in different ways. Most awesome Action scenes.

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  1. Enchanted Forest Chronicles by Patricia C. WredeInkheart series by Cornelia FunkeAnimorphs was good, but a childish and repetitive series. Try The Andalite Chronicles. It’s the story behind the series, I started with that one and I liked it.

  2. anything by Anne McCaffrey, Andre Norton, Ursula K. LeGuin, Tamora Pierce, Donita K. Paul, Mercedes Lackey, Chris D’Lacey, Garth Nix, Terry Brooks, Raymond Fiest, Gene Wolfe, George RR Martin, etc. – Titles at the link below

  3. The Great Divorce, C. S. Lewis

  4. It will inevitably be chock full of profanity, sex, and graphic violence.

  5. of odd characters and creatures of the fey, the Tanglewood is a world of magnificent folklore come to life. As Colin begins to explore the Tanglewood, he will find friendship with the ferrish Ailfrid, the elfin girl Deidre, and Doc Muffingrow, a wise druid.The Princess and the Hound by Mette Ivie Harrison

  6. A-List Series by Zoey DeanThe Chronicles of Thomas Covenant the Unbeliever by Stephen R DonaldsonThe rangers apprentice.Now he waits for them all to die and forever be forgottenExiles or Dragon Prince, two trilogies by Melanie Rawn. So good!!!! Exiles hasn’t ever been and probably won’t ever be finished though. Still good. Very political intrigue-y. I think she might have been the one who worked with Mercedes Lackey.

  7. The Giver, Lois LowryHope i helped!

  8. I have many others i cant think about now but you can go to and look for a book you have read then click on it and check what other customers have bought.Instead of fighting the wizards they fight each other and lose a little bit here and thereShadow Falls Series (Still more to come)The Underland Chronicles – also by Suzanne CollinsThursday Next series by Jasper Fforde

  9. Hunger Games because there are so many twists. Then Harry Potter because it’s so interesting

  10. All great if you love the Hunger Games!

  11. Michael Vey: The Prisoner of Cell 25, Richard EvansOr Divergent by Veronica Ross (going to be series)

  12. The Dark Tower by Stephen KingStand-alones:A Series of Unfortunate Events by Lemony Snicket

  13. House of Night Series (Still more to come) I love them! Defiantly recommend it.This is an extremely good book. It’s hard to explain but it’s about the future, after mankind basically destroyed the earth (global warming, destroying forests, polluting the ocean, etc) survivors made a new society where there’s no argueing, war, etc. Everyone is considered “ugly” until they turn 16 and have this sugery that makes them “pretty” and they move to this part of town where all they do is have fun and party all day and night. Tally, the main character cant wait to turn pretty. She meets Shay who’s a rebal and convinces Tally to leave the city for a night to see what’s out in the wilderness. Tally learns all kinds of things about being pretty and the truth is.. it’s not really pretty. EXTREMELY good, and the sequals (Pretties, Specials) are even better. It’s full of adventures, cool technologies, romance, etc. There’s also a fourth book from another perspective and it’s set in Japan called Extras.

  14. Fablehaven series by Brandon MullThe Tower at Stony Wood was good, I recently read that.The Gone series by Michael Grant is one of my favourite book series. The basic plot of it is that all children under the age of 15 get trapped in their home town by a massive, impenetrable barrier and some of the start to develop weird powers. There are six books, 5 of which have been published, Gone, Hunger, Lies, Plague and Fear, with the sixth book being called Light, coming out in 2013. This series has some swearing in it, just so you’re warned. The Host, by Stephenie Meyer is also a good book, and even though it is written by the same person that wrote Twilight, it is nothing like it, and has a completely different plot, which is that a type of alien invade earth and they take over the bodies of the humans, and control their lives. When the protagonist of this tale gets inserted into her ‘host’, the hosts mind refuses to fade away, and the pair, although only seen as one person, set off to fine Melanie’s (the host’s) family that hid away when the aliens came. There may be one or two swear words in this book, I haven’t read it in a while, so I’m not too sure. I’m sure you’ve heard of Harry Potter by J.K.Rowling? That book series is also good, if you haven’t read it. It’s basically about an orphan that finds out he’s a wizard and the series of 7 books is about him going on adventures with his friends, developing his powers, and fighting/defending himself from his enemy, who was the one that killed his parents and is not trying to kill him. The Marked series by P.C and Kristen Cast is another good series, and is about a girl who gets ‘marked’ in high school, and is forced to go through the Change that will turn her into a vampyre. She has two options: Change or die. This series has some adult themes in it, with sexual scenes and swearing, just so you’re warned.

  15. Definitely the Wheel of Time Series that Priestandknives mentioned. I also love the Dragonriders of Pern series by Anne McCaffrey. Those are my two favorite series. The Tower and Hive series also my Anne McCaffrey is pretty good too but that’s sci-fi.

  16. Search for the Sun is an award-winning mystery set on a fantasy world. S**t appears one time. No sex.

  17. Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman. He narrates the audiobook, plus there’s a full cast radio production with James MacAvoy, Natalie Dormer, Benedict Cumberbatch, Anthony Head, Christopher Lee, Sophie Okonedo and more.

  18. Fable haven.Storms of Vengeance by John BeachemAs for classics, you can’t go wrong with Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit.

  19. Matched Series (I’m currently reading Match and I’m enjoying it)Eragon, Eldest, and Brisigr (i think I spelled that wrong but whatever)The Bartimaeus Trilogy

  20. Or Matched series by Ally CondieTigana(warrior clan) fights one wizard and kill his son so he curses them so no one will ever remember their nameMaximum Ride series by James PattersonHave you The Uglies series? By Scott SomethinmasomethinBut in the way is the palm (a group of 9 small city states)Colin will also find that there is much magic in himself, as well as dangerous enemies who will not let him find solace in the wood so easily. Ailil, King of the Sprites and ruler of The Below, has laid claim to his spirit, and Colin will need the help of his friends and quite a bit of magic to save himself.

  21. A Great and Terrible Beauty and sequels by Libba BrayA Wizard of Earthsea by Ursula K. Le Guin

  22. I’ll second the recommendation for Terry Pratchett’s stuff – it’s humor predominantly, but his Discworld universe (spanning something like 20 books) is surprisingly complex, well-written and smut-free.

  23. The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings Trilogy by JRR TolkienOther books I’ve heard were good and planning to read is Need by Carrie Jones, Evernight by Claudia Gray, Lament by Maggie Stiefvater, Beastley by Alex Flinn, Old Magic by Marianne Curley, Elsewhere by Gabrielle Zevin, the Blue is for Nightmares series by Laurie Stolarz, and Evermore by Alyson Noel (coming out in February)

  24. Tree Shepherd’s Daughter, Gillian SummersThe Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon

  25. Maximum Ride was originally an adult’s novel, but adapted for a middle school audience, try to find the name of the original book. Savy was pretty good.

  26. At the end of the Hungee Games Prim came because she was in training to be a nurse and there were all those kids that were either hurt or dead so District 13 was sending in nurses for them. Prim happened to be one of the nurses and she was helping some kids when another of the bombs went off and killed her. Gale went to district 2 because he thought that the bomb that killec Prim might be the one he designed. (remeber when they were with betee all the time, well he designed a special bomb.) So he wasnt sure but he thought that the bomb was the one he designed so he couldnt stand being with Katniss knowing that he was probably the one who killed her sister.

  27. The mortal instruments.(does have love story but not gushy)The Name of the End by Patrick Rothfuss. There is a bit of language, but it isn’t bad.

  28. I love to read too. And I agree that Mockingjay was horrible and rushed. I even read the last part again as I didn´t understand it.Twilight by Stephenie MeyerUglies series by Scott WesterfeldVampire Beach by Alex Duval”Adult” content does not improve a book anyway – in Science Fiction I Banks rules but there is none of that.The Chronicles of Narnia by CS LewisA Song of Ice and Fire by George RR MartinI’m the same way, girlfriend. I LOVED the ending of Mockinjay!! I always loved Peeta, so that part was a bonus for me, but I was very sad when Prim died. She died when she was trying to help the kids that had been wounded from the exploding packages, and the remaining packages exploded, killing her as well. Gale went to District 2 because he wanted work AND BECAUSE I HATED HIM. HE FELT MY HATE AND LEFT. I HATE GALE. I loved Mockingjay, though. It thought it was good, unlike alot of people.Fablehaven by Brandon MullThe Neverending Story, Michael EndeThe Wee Free Men, A Hat Full of Sky, and Wintersmith by Terry PratchettRobert Heinlein is classic as well, I’ve read his Stranger in a Strange Land.

  29. Gone series by Michael Grant. It is amazing!It’s the first of it’s series and is also really good. It’s about a girl named Camelia who lives a normal life – dating, has friends, decent grades. But, one day when she was picking an earing that she dropped crossing the street, a car was coming towards her and it wasn’t stopping. Suddenly, a hot guy shoves her out of the way, saving her life. He left without her saying thank you or asking what his name was. Three months later, she’s starting her junior year in high school and there’s this rumor about a new guy named Ben who supposedly killed his girlfriend. Camelia doesn’t believe in rumors and when she sees Ben, it’s the guy who saved her life. She tries to talk to him but he ignores her at first, but later Ben begins touching her weirdly but Camilia only gets more drawn to him. She later finds out he’s not ordinary. He can know the future or past of a person by touching a person and he senses that Camelia’s in great danger. Really intense but good with a twisted love triangle.

  30. I love the Harry Turtledove alternate histories,

  31. InkHeart, InkSpell, InkDreamFallen Series (Still more to comeSeries:

  32. Battle Royale by Koushun Takami

  33. A good series that i liked and hasn´t finished yet is I am number four. You probably have seen the movie but trust me the book is much better. Currently there is only 2 books but in August a third will come out. My other four favourite series include wolf brother,the maze runner trilogy, eragon and artemis fowl.If you ever come across a fantasy novel by a writer named Dick Thomas, ***DO NOT PICK IT UP***Eragon, Eldest, and Brisingr by Christopher Paolini

  34. Within the pages of the book, readers will discover Colin, a child who is fully aware of the hidden world of myth and wonder hiding within the woods just beyond his home, long kept secret by old magic. Only the fey magic which runs through his veins has enabled Colin to find what others cannot; the Tanglewood, the ‘wood within the woods.4. Somehow you can just tell these people have a culture and religion and way of life that’s all their own without being drowned in the details

  35. I know Stephen King is typically considered horror, but his 11/22/63 book is considered sci-fi. It’s really long, about 900 pages, but if you’re okay with that I’ve been recommending it to everyone. It’s about a man who goes back in time to stop Kennedy’s assassination and see where the world ends up if he does so. I’m not a huge fan of history books but I really loved this one.

  36. Earth abides !!!! I think you will like that one the best fits you (I think)

  37. This book is also set in the future and is extremely intense like you’re actually in the book. It’s setting is in Panem, a city that’s now in what’s left of North America (which has become smaller after global warming and melting of the ice caps). Surrounding Panem are 12 districts where each year, one boy and girl between the ages of 12 and 18 are chosen to be in the Hunger Games where they are put into an arena and battle each other and try to survive until there’s only one left and is the winner. There’s also romance in it and gets kind of sad. I cried at one point. haha but it’s really good. Stephanie Meyers, author of Twilight, even recommended it.I don’t know about madly in love, but you could try The Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan it relates to the list of books you seem to enjoy. Also Simon R. Green’s Nightside series might interest you, but its a little macabre.

  38. You can download the first three chapters for free, at

  39. The Giver and sequels by Lois Lowry

  40. Well one really good book is The Outsiders. It is not a series but it is definitely worth reading.Howl’s Moving CastleA Song of Ice and Fire series – George R. R. Martin

  41. His Dark Materials trilogy by P Pullman is excellent and has children as the protagonaists – excellent fantasy.

  42. 3. The villain is not evil and ruthless, you actually get to know himHunger games…Shatter me<--these are so great that when you read them you you feel like watching a movie.The Uglies Series (The 1st was the best but I liked them all)At the risk of being accused of spamming, I'll point you to my own ebook. It's fantasy (though more grounded in science than the typical fantasy work), clean of language, and the only sex scene is not explicit at all. See link in my profile.

  43. The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings – J.R.R. TolkienOdd Thomas series by Dean Koontz

  44. Sword of Truth by Terry GoodkindBesides that, I’d say read Dune by Frank Herbert. It’s a massive mythology like Tolkien, only it’s set in space. Blows my mind. Not to mention the minds of millions of other people.

  45. Wake and Fade by Lisa McMannChaos Walking by Patrick Ness (YA)Momo, Michael Ende

  46. The Belgariad and The Mallorean by David EddingsShadow Children by MaVampire rgaret Peterson Haddixhope you like it..

  47. Dracula by Bram Stoker and others listed atTigana2 wizards try to take over the other’s landThe Stand by Stephen King1. It’s more Italian age instead of knights and England style

  48. Moon Crash by Susan Beth Pfeffer (YA)Pendragon series by DJ MacHale

  49. Love at Stake Series (Still more to come)

  50. Alice series by Phyllis Reynolds NaylorGuardians of Ga’Hoole by Kathryn LaskyThe Tanglewood is a place like no other, and Colin is a boy like no other. Throughout his adventures, he will uncover the secret of the fey blood within him, and help dispel the poisonous corruption and hidden dangers that threaten the inhabitants of the wood and the Tanglewood itself.2. The heroes are not noble knights on a pure and good campaignRiverworld by Phillip Jose FarmerHi, you might want to try my own recently published book, entitled “The Tales of Tanglewood: The Lon Dubh Whistle”.The Maze Runner by James Dashner is also really good

  51. Missing Series by Margaret Peterson HaddixI’ve read twilight and loved it but i thought these books were almost as good or even better.I’m going to sound a bit biased here and suggest Steven Erikson, not that I have anything against George R R Martin; I haven’t read any of his books yet. The first book in the series ‘The Gardens of the Moon’ sets the tone for the rest of the series, not to mention I read it in a couple of days and started on the second book ‘Deadhouse Gates’. It was that good.

  52. Thats all I can think of(: I <3 HP TOO!!

  53. The Devil Colony, James Rollins

  54. These are just the books I’ve found that I like. I also have read Harry Potter, Percy Jackson, and the Hunger Games! I hope you find something you like! Good luck!

  55. Deadly Little Secrets by Laurie Stolarz

  56. For more details and to download the first three chapters for free, go to http://www.talesoftanglewood.comMercedes Lackey Terry Brooks L.E. Modesitt,jr. daybreak cook dinner David Eddings Katherine Kurtz Paticia Briggs Robin Hobbs Lois McMasters Bujold Sarah Ash Patricia Wrede Elizabeth Moon Patricia A. McKillip Kristen Britain C. Dale Brittain

  57. Tigana is so different than other fanasty books for so many reasonshi, The books are via Terry Goodkind, the series is talked approximately as “Sword of certainty” and the 1st one is titled “Wizard’s First Rule”. there are going to be 13 books, I even have not handed the seventh through my son and artwork. it quite is a good series in case you like wizards and magic. The T.V. series is predicated off of the books so it has characters from the books, yet there are particular changes, this is variety of annoying to understand the books and how the 1st one is going and then to work out the practice, all i will say is they try (and to me succeeding) to introduce the main significant characters from the 1st e book and intensely some the fallowing books, i’m attempting to stay obscure through fact it quite is a sturdy television series so for my section i’d say circulate forward and do the two, yet purely undergo in recommendations extremely some the characters from the t.v. series isn’t from the e book, and intensely some the adventures they have in the practice they don’t have in the e book. have relaxing!! in case you prefer a itemizing of the books in the series purely enable me understand.

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  59. Have you read The Heroes of olympus? It’s the sequal to Percy Jackson but its more darker and it’s at the same reading age as Hunger Games and Harry Potter and the books are bigger now, because Percy is now in his mid/late teensOut of the Silent Planet, by C.S. Lewis. It’s the first instalment in the Space Trilogy.The Hunger Games by Suzanne CollinsDragonriders of Pern by Anne Mccaffrey! Classic. She worked with Mercedes Lackey. I think. I haven’t read any Mercedes Lackey though.

  60. the Maximum Ride series (more science fictiony but it is soooo hilarious, give it a try)

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