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My favorite might not be categorized as a series but it’s My Struggle by Karl Ove Knausgaard

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The Hollows Series by Kim Harrison is my absolute favorite!

Others I have enjoyed are:
Mercy Thompson by Patricia Briggs
Twenty Sided Sorceress by Annie Bellet
Women of the Otherworld by Kelley Armstrong
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I really loved the Eragon series even though I still don't own all the books in hard copy. I make it my mission to reread them at least once every year. They were the best.

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My current favourite series is The Seven Sisters by Lucinda Riley. She masterfully combines true historical figures into the history of the character, seamlessly weaving fiction in to the facts.

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Post by Harley62 »

My all time favorite series, is Catherine Coulter's FBI thrillers. I've read them all multiple times. I was just looking for one. Sorry budged in.

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I have so many favorite series that I have read over my lifetime. From the beginning with Nancy Drew to Harry Potter to now looking for new series. It's always thrilling to read a book series. I am open to new recommendations if you have any.

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I know they're children's books, but I love the Series of Unfortunate Events. Lemony Snicket doesn't follow any literary rules and his books are so great because of it.

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Percy Jackson and the Olympians
Heroes of Olympus
A Series of Unfortunate Events

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I've only read children's series: The Chronicles of Narnia, The Black Stallion series, A Series of Unfortunate Events series. I've never read any of the Harry Potter books, nor the Steven King series - I've read The Hobbit, but none of the other Lord of the Rings books. Given that, I would have to go with the Narnia series.
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Post by Jake7410 »

Check out the Unwind quartet by Neal Shusterman, it's truly something else. I was devastated when it was over, and reading it was all I would do for days.

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