What is Your Favorite Sci-fi or Fantasy Series?

Discuss the June 2017 Book of the Month, Superhighway by Alex Fayman. Superhighway is the first book in the Superhighway Trilogy, so feel free to use this forum to discuss not only the first book but also the other books in the series.

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erjonas wrote:I honestly can't say I have a proper answer for this one. There are too many favourites to choose from! If you asked me ten years ago, it would have been Harry Potter. But today? Today, I could give you several answers, and they would all be equally true.
My sentiments, exactly! Can I say my fave "classic" is Star Wars and my fave "modern" is the Matrix?...*sigh* Even that's only the tip of the iceberg, though, *lol!*

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So hard to answer this one, there are so many.

Deathstalker - Simon Green
Lensman - E.E. Doc Smith
Harry Potter - J.K. Rowlings
Percy Jackson
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I used to teach The Hobbit, so I have a special place in my heart for Bilbo and The Lord of the Rings Trilogy. When I taught this there would occasionally be a student whose parents objected to the book because of the magic, so we were required to have a second choice for those students. My alternate book choice was Fahrenheit 451.
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Post by TotallyTVNation »

I really enjoy anything Stargate related!

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Harry Potter, Immortals After Dark, Fantasyland :D
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Post by maryam5 »

i love sci-fi the same way that i love Fantasy

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i also think fantasy is real fun and amusing when reading

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Post by Orang-U-Can »

I may not yet have read it!
Glad jo wiene ynteressant genôch om dit te oersetten!

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jemgirl202 wrote:I love Lord of the Rings, A Song of Ice and Fire and Harry Potter. However I just started reading the Robert Jordan, Wheel of Time series and I think I will be hooked!
The wheel of time is great. You will not be disappointed.
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The Wheel of Time series is my favorite. The author, Robert Jordan, never disappointed me with his imaginative settings and super-interesting characters. His plotting was great and the story's ending left me very satisfied.
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My favourites would have to include Harry Potter and The Lords of the Ring. I'm currently reading Moth by Daniel Arenson, and it's slowly climbing its way to the top as an all time favourite as well. I

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The Kingkiller Chronicle - waiting eagerly for the last book.
Ender Quintet ( i dont know if it has an official name).
Harry Potter.

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My favorite fantasy series is THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA by C.S.Lewis and favorite Sci-Fi is THE MORTAL INSTRUMENTS by Cassandra Clare !

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Post by waffurlee »

I am NOT, let me repeat NOT, the biggest fantasy lover. I don't avoid it like I avoid non-fiction, but I don't usually reach for it whenever I'm in a book reading mood. However, my favorite Fantasy Series (granted I've only read the first book in the series) is the Falling Kingdoms series by Morgan Rhodes. I don't know why I enjoyed the first book so much. The first book was the lowest rated book out of the six books. I think the moral of the story really sold it to me at the end. Also the use of politics and the complex characters and plot twists and deaths were so entertaining. I kept comparing and contrasting myself/life to this book several times. I guess it's what I'm competently looking for in books.

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I've liked the matrix. For it's time it was really cool
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Ohh that is a toughy...they are all good in their own way. I personally loved I am number 4 series. The movie made the series so underrated. What I came to know is, this series was written by freelance writers, so as each book advances, you will find the book style advancing. It was very gripping to read and I read all 10 books.

can someone tell me what monster high and the matrix are about?
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