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Trying to find a book series. I've hit a dry patch and just cant find anything. i have read and enjoyed the following-?

Harry potter, percy jackson, fable haven, LOTR, the last apprentice, Rogue angel, the magic thief, night angel, rangers apprentice, the secrets of the immortal flammel, shadow saga,star wars books, vatta's war, vampire earthartemis fowl, beyonders, and demon wars. please help

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  • PhantomLib Feb 04, 2019

    Have you tried goodreads.com. Put in the title of a book you like and in the right hand column is a section called Readers Also Enjoyed. This could lead you to similar titles that may be in series. Once you find a series, Goodreads lists series in order. You can also find the next book in a series using orderofbooks.com (though they don't cover all series). Good luck

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    Gale Leach Feb 10, 2019

    Search online for "great fantasy novels." The lists there comprise most of the great books and series. For more recent and less well-known authors with good books, try Michael C. Grumley's "Breakthrough" series and Jodi Taylor's "Chronicles of St. Mary's" series.

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    Jim Hicks Feb 25, 2019


    stretch your mind somedays ;-))
    also you might like to collect 'Chicken Soup' series of exciting books. perhaps start a 'self lending library' from a protected cupboard on your front lawn and meet users.

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    Tara Ingle Feb 26, 2019

    I have been Reading a 72 book series by Bella Forrest titled "A Shade of Vampire, they are absolute must reads, I have also read a much shorter series by C. J. Archer, the first book is "The watchmakers daughter" It Is the Glass and Steele series and there are 7 books, I have the kindle unlimited from amazon and its 9.99 a month to get books downloaded, it pays for itself if you are a reader anything like me, I hope you like these 2 series, I loved them

  • ZenFire Mar 04, 2019

    The Marie Jenner mysteries by E.C. Bell, starting with Seeing the Light, 6 books and more coming. "Marie Jenner has never had much luck. Her job sucks. Her apartment-the one with the unbreakable lease-has a ghost. And worst of all, her mother won't let up about her joining the "family business." Since that business is moving the spirits of the dead on to the next plane of existence and doesn't pay at all, Marie's not interested. She wants a normal job-a normal life."

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    Jim Hicks Jun 07, 2019

    please consider C. Ponder's series of books
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Try the Classics, Dickens, Jules Verne, H. Rider Haggard.Conan Doyle, It sounds like you are young and only are interested in more modern sagas. Good luck. It's great that you read.

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Try "In the name of wind" series, it is three book trilogy which quite something.

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Here is the link to Baen's free ebook library.
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The first book on the list is Eric Flint's 1632 and is the first book of an alternative universe series. If you prefer a Space Opera series try David Weber's Honor Harrington Series, here is a one.
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These books are all free to download and are usually part of a series to give people a taste.

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I've read a number of books by Jayne Ann Krentz writing as Jayne Castle that are futuristic but with continuing theme thru out them.

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