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Post by Elle-J »

Harry Potter
Percy Jackson
Emperor series

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Post by Pmoser »

I would have to go with the Bourne series. Of course, I enjoy many other series as well. Most recently it has been the Brotherhood of War series by W.E.B. Griffin. And then there is the great Jack Ryan series. So many greats!

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Post by WingTaken »

Percy Jackson (Rick Riordan); both the first and the second series!
The Chronicles of Narnia (C.S. Lewis)
Legends of the Guardian-King (Karen Hancock)

I'd for sure love to read the Bourne Books as well, since I loved the films and have wondered how a book has to be written to be interpreted in such a way that the product is a film like those. (Hope that makes sense.)

As a child, I loved the
Fünf Freunde Series (Enid Blyton)
and the Asterix & Obelix Comics (Goscinny & Uderzo)
as well as the Lucky Luke Comics (Morris).
(I remember talking about those with an American friend of mine who had never even heard of those and I was so confused because I sincerely believed everyone did. But they are awesome! If you haven't read them, do it. It's worth it.)

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Post by Helen_Combe »

I love the Thursday Next series by Jasper Fforde. They are listed as young adult, but are set in a slightly different dimension where literature is incredibly important to the population. Hence the more well read you are of the classics, the more you get out of the books. The are also extremely funny, witty and incredibly well structured. A throw away line in the first book becomes the central plot of the fifth book in the series. I can’t imagine how he keeps up with it all.

I also enjoy the Gower Street Derective series by M.R.C Kasasian. They are a very funny spoof on Sherlock Holmes, yet at times they can hit very hard and make you stop and think.
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Post by Diggory123 »

Well, I can't narrow it down to just the one so here's three:
1) Wardstone Chronicles
2) Maze Runner Trilogy
3) Lord Of The Rings

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Post by VictoriaMcMillen »

The Twilight Saga has to be my favorite series as I read it over at least 3 times. I am not getting into the Divergent Series which i hope with be equally intriguing!

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Post by KasieMiehlke »

I like the Louis Kincaid series by P.J. Parrish, The Wheel of Time Series by Robert Jordan, Winds of the Forelands by David B. Coe, and Redwall by Brian Jacques.

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Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling
Sigma Force by James Rollins
Grim Reaper by Darynda Jones
Greatest Hits by Leslie Langtry
Pendergast by Preston and Child

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Post by mshogrider67 »

I love the Charley Davidson Series by Darynda Jones. I have been reading it since the beginning and cannot wait for the next book. I hear that the next book, book 13 will be the end of the series though.

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Post by Jesscar6 »

The Atlantis Grail series by Vera Nazarian

I absolutely love it.

Another is a The Game Is Life series by Terry Schott

So clever. It does get confusing at parts though but I find the books really engaging and well written.

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Post by anix67 »

My favorite book series ever is the Harry Potter series. I have read them too many times to count.

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Post by Jenwelling »

Harry Potter (of course!)
The Grim Reaper series by Darynda Jones is HYSTERICAL!
But I’ve really loved the Arcana Chronicles by Kresley Cole. One of those series where you can’t decide whom you want to win because you are equally cheering for both teams, so you can’t wait to find out what happens, but you also don’t want to know...

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Post by desantismt_17 »

Okay, and...here we go.

The Lunar Chronicles, Skullduggery Pleasant
Her Royal Spyness
Unwanteds Quests
Upside-Down Magic
The Thousandth Floor
There's a start of series I love.
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Post by anix67 »

Let's not forget the Percy Jackson Series! Love those! I also like the Heroes of Olympus series though not quite as much as Percy Jackson

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Post by strawberrysab »

The Lord of the Rings has to be my favourite ever, but I enjoyed also the Percy Jackson series!
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