The Bible. No joke. It is a series of books and each one is very interesting. I have read the books of the Bible as a literary piece of work, as a historical piece of work, and as an architectural documented work. When you look at the Bible from that standpoint, it is very fascinating.
The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis.
Stieg Larson Millenium
haha yes, I loved the books. so sad larson died. the movies are....well movies are never as good as books.
outlander by diana gabaldon. they're huge! I read through really quick the first time to see what happens, a second time to enjoy her writing, and a third time much later to relive it all
i guess i don't have to pick between three series to answer now as you've posted this = )
I liked the Ian Fleming James Bond books, I have them all.<br />
And recently the girl with the dragon tattoo books.
Alex cross . james patterson. and the dark tower . stephen king
James Lee Burke's 25-year long, 19-novel, delicious readfest centered around Dave Robicheaux, a detective with the New Iberia, La., police department. The now aging Robicheaux, not quite as bad as the creeps and murderers he encounters and foils, spends plenty of time battling self-created demons. He's downright flawed and ordinary. You can hear the drawl, smell the magnolias and Mississippi Basin bayous and fight peaking ahead on every page.
Thomas The Tank Engine and Friends yes I know I am an adult but if I want a smile its those I head for particularly the one containing The Flying Kipper. My poor parents how many times I have been read that as a child. The Reverend W Awdry did a lot for steam engines and helped with my love of them too. I was always a Gordon fan that big express engine.
The "Anne" series by Lucy Maud Montgomery.
Dune (Frank Herbert's 6 only).
1 percy jackson<br />
2 vladimir tod<br />
3 series of unfortunate events<br />
4 hunger games<br />
5pretty littled liars<br />
6 diaries of the wimpy kid<br />
7 prophecy of the sisters<br />
8 39 clues<br />
9 the 13 curses<br />
10 a beautiful dark<br />
11 the secret circle<br />
12 the clique<br />
13 switched<br />
14 monster high<br />
15 hary potter<br />
16 twillight<br />
17 shiver<br />
18 fallen<br />
19 blue djinn of babylon<br />
20 vampire diaries
I loved Vladimir Todd and Vampire Diaries :)
arent they gr8?
Along came a spider , Kiss the girls etc . Alex Cross is the reoccurring character
Odd Thomas, followed by Monster Island.
Anita Blake series by Laurel K. Hamilton.
the tales of Alvin Maker the first book is called Seventh Son and is set in a frontier America where magic is prevalent and each person has what is termed a knack or power the books are great and I recommend them to all they are family friendly and a somewhat easy read but the author is known for taking on more serious issues presented to mankind in interesting ways the author is named Orson Scott Card and is best known for the book Enders Game
The chronicles of Hed
Cormac Mac Art. Robert E. Howard, the creator of Conan the Barbarian wrote one book, Tigers of the Sea, in this series back in the 1920's. Andrew Offutt and James Taylor continued the series with 6 more books in the early 1980's. Cormac is a sixth century warrior; easy series to read.
Yeah. Have you read the hunger games :-))
The "Fringe" series by Randolph Lalonde<br />
It is a self-published series and he is still writing! Quite good Sci-Fi reading!<br />
You can get the books on Kindle or find them used somewhere. Good luck!