So the past few Saturday Night Customs nights that I have been on, you nerds turn it to talk about books. Being a big book nerd myself I love it. So we were talking about various series last night again, and it got me thinking maybe I should start a thread about books. I do have a GoodReads account, but I haven't done anything with it.
So below are some of my favorite series broken down into genres.
The Dresden Files by Jim Butcher: Set in Modern Chicago, a young Wizard tries to make his way in the world as a Wizard/Detective. Occasionally helping out the Chicago Police Department with weird cases.
The Iron Druid Series by Kevin Hearne: This follows the modern day adventures of a 2,000+ year old Druid and his hound. The hound isn't nearly as old, and is quite a bit funnier.
The Council Wars series by John Ringo: This actually takes place 10,000 years in the future where the "ruling" body of the world goes to war and causes the downfall of man. This is also where a Sci-Fi writer tries to write fantasy.
Monster Hunter International Series by Larry Corria
Dragonlance Series by Margeret Wies and Tracy Hickman: A classic fantasy tale with an extended universe. Though to be honest some of the books are good, some are bad.
Wheel of Time Series by Robert Jordan
Codex Alera by Jim Butcher: A Roman society transported to another planet where magic exists.
The Serrano series by Elizabeth Moon
Vatta's War by Elizabeth Moon
Vorkorsigan Saga by Lois McMaster Bujold
The Planet Pirates series by Anne McCaffery & Elizabeth Moon &
Old Man's War series by John Scalzi
The Lost Fleet Series by Jack Campbell
Forever War by Joe Hadleman
Doona Series by Anne McCaffery
Belsarius series by Eric Flint and David Drake
1632 series by Eric Flint and others
I'm sure there are more, but I have run out of time for now. Once I figure out the url for my GoodReads account I will post that. If others want to post their GoodReads accounts I wouldn't mind.