Mega Giveaway: Tell us what you’re reading and win a mystery box of great books… including a signed 10th Anniversary Collector’s Edition of ‘Eragon’!

shurtugal-giveaway-header-imageLast week we gave away a signed copy of the 10th Anniversary Collector’s Edition of Eragon… and this week we’re back to giveaway not only another copy of the Collector’s Edition, but three more books in our first Mystery Book Box giveaway!

We aren’t willing to tell you what the other three books in the Mystery Book Box are, but we’ll give you a few hints: this week’s Mystery Book Box is called the “Epic Authors Starter Pack”, promising that all of the books provided are a first in their series. We are also willing to tease that one of the books may be related to a major book-adaptation movie hitting theaters soon…

Here’s what you need to do to enter:

Tell us in the comments on this post what book(s) you’re currently reading! Use this as an opportunity to recommend books to other readers by sharing more than just the book title!

After seven days (on September 25th), we’ll close the giveaway and choose one winner! The only way to enter is by leaving a comment, and leaving other comments responding to fans’ recommendations in the comment section can increase your chances of winning! Be sure to verify that you’ve left a comment in the giveaway box on this post so that you are qualified for the giveaway.

Our readers may also be interested to know that our sister site,, is currently giving away a mega book pack of their own! To celebrate the release of the Maze Runner movie, they are giving away a five book set including the Maze Runner trilogy, its prequel, and a behind-the-scenes movie tie-in book! Entering is as simple as entering this mega book giveaway, so don’t miss out on a chance to win another set of books!

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  • Todd Gatliff

    I won, i’m freaking the freak out right now almost in tears…first thing i ever entered & won!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! so estatic!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Raven

    Maybe the person with the featured comment won.

  • Jordan

    WHO WON!!

  • Jordan

    I am starting to get pissed off not knowing who won! I really want to know!!

  • Julius Gutierrez


  • JHember

    Night of the Hunter by Salvatore. Excellent book. A bit confusing to begin with although it all comes together pretty quickly

  • Shawn

    The Witching Hour by Anne Rice I really love all of her books

  • Diego Alejandro Rincon

    who won?

  • Makkaszisz

    Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, in German language, because I want to learn German and I love all HP books 🙂

  • Jordan

    This is my first time entering one of these competitions, so I don’t really know what happens, but can anyone tell me when they will usually say who won?

  • Caitlin Alicia Bedford

    A Dance with Dragons by George R.R Martin and The Thirteenth by Georgia Twynham – Georgia is a friend of mine and I absolutely adore her series 😀

  • Julie Aimsley

    At the moment I am reading ‘Son of the Shadows by Juliet Marillier’ Lirael by Garth Nix and The Well of Ascension by Brandon Sanderson. I have also just read the rangers apprentice series by John Flannagan and the Tomorrow When the War Began series by John Marsden, brilliant books> if you have young kids they will love these books totally.

  • Thais Costalonga Gavinelli

    I’m currently reading The 5th Wave – Rick Yancey, very good :DD

  • Donni

    Im reading Chronicles of Dragon by Craig Halloran. I just read The Iron Druid by Kevin Hearne hightly recommend it.

  • Jordan

    Does anyone know who won?

  • Dafne Pimentel

    I’m currently reading Women who run with the wolves, by Clarissa Pinkola Estés. It’s a very good book about mythology, focused on women and their most common archetypes.

  • RheaAmalthea

    I’m currently juggling a few books. Stardust by Neil Gaiman, The Subtle Knife by Philip Pullman, and I’m still slowly but surely making my way finally through the Lord of the Rings trilogy. :3 I just started The Two Towers.

    • Atila Keresturi

      Stardust is pretty awesome, and so is the Subtle Knife…I kinda didn’t like the end of Pullman’s saga though.

      • RheaAmalthea

        Stardust is probably my favorite book. I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve read it. ;3 But no spoilers for the end of the saga!!!

        • Atila Keresturi

          It’s not the way I’d like it to be…maybe too..unpredictable.

  • Jordan

    How will we know who won?

  • Meredith Grace Redman

    I am currently reading Les Miserables and Insurgent. Both fabulous books if you like complex and thick books 🙂

    • Leonor

      Insurgent is really awesome. I loved that saga!!

    • Ze End

      Read while you can, because in college, BOOM! that time is gone. Makes me sad I can’t pick up a good book to read 🙁 just 150+pages a week of school material.

      • Meredith Grace Redman

        I’m already in University studying Business Management and I got my 5 course books on Wednesday and I’ve already read them all and made notes and highlighted specific sections but yes uni work is exhausting

  • Jordan

    when they gonna tell us who won!!

  • Mike

    I am reading “A Wise Man’s Fears” by Patrick Rothfuss. It is a fantastic book and an excelent addition to “The King Killer Chronicles”

  • Scarlett bae

    Im reading The Fallen by Charlie Higson, the 5th book in The Enemy series 🙂 ITs about a zombie apocolypse and anyone over the age of 15 turn, its all about survival for the rest. Its great if you love the horror/thriller genre and has a lot of blood and guts 😉 x

  • Atila Keresturi

    C’moooooon, who won?!?! 😀

  • Jericho Cena

    Who won? 😮

  • Lizziegh Sue Anne Enos

    I’m reading “The Light of Burning Shadows,” “Memoirs of a Geisha,” “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy, “I Am Malala,” “The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind,” “David and Goliath,” “The Other Wes Moore,” “Unbroken,” and “She Got Up Off the Couch.” I think that’s all of the books I’m reading right now…

  • Jordan

    WHO”S WON!!

  • Jeannette


  • AnonKappa

    Well atm I’m reading The Way of Kings, amazing book and it can even help learning english!!

  • Javier Adragna

    Por favor un premio internacional. Es muy importante para mi.
    Please an international award. It is very important to me.

    • Leonor

      Yo también lo espero!

      • Javier Adragna

        Desde Argentina pido el libro.. No se si es demasiado.
        From Argentina I ask the book .. do not know if it is too.

  • Marcel

    I am Reading at the Moment
    Lord of the Rings (the big re d book)
    It was my second book which i read it to the End the First was Eragon 🙂

  • Conor Etherton

    I’m re-reading Skulduggery Pleasant: The Dying of the Light, the final book in the series. I loved it the first time I read it, simply could not put it down for a moment, and I’m loving it just as much the second time. Although kind of juvenile, I would recommend the series to everyone, it’s filled with laughs and some of the most dramatic battles I’ve ever read.

  • Sae Hee Kim

    I’m currently re-reading ‘Assassin’s Apprentice’ by Robin Hobb. It has always been my favourite book from ‘The Farseer Trilogy’ and it will always be on the top of my recommendation list. Check it out if you haven’t! You won’t regret it.

  • Joseph Allred

    I’ve read the Brother Band Chronicles recently by John Flanagan. Great book full of mystery and thrill. I couldn’t put the book down and stayed up reading it. It felt like I was on the edge of my seat the whole time waiting to see what would happen next. Author is extremely gifted and knows how to make you feel like you are the character going through these. He has also written the rangers apprentice which makes me tempted to become a bow hunter. I recommend it for all those adventurous out there.

  • Nikki Siegel

    I’ve recently read Inkheart and that book has changed me in more ways than one. I feel as though I connect with the characters like old friends and there is great imagery and a great plotline.

  • billymeyer

    some other good series’ are the maze runner and the eye of minds series’ by james dashner, the mortal instruments and the infernal devices by Cassandra clare, the heroes of Olympus, the kane chronicles, and the percy Jackson series by rick riordan, obviously the inheritance series by Christopher paolini, the divergent series by veronica roth, and the legend trilogy by marie lu

  • Terryism

    I’m reading The Talisman, by Stephen King…this has to be somewhere around the 10th time I’ve read it, so good!

  • Amanda Rodgers

    I’m currently reading Emma by Jane Austen and The Wild Ways by Tanya Huff.

  • Annalise manning

    Anyone know a book that is like Eragon? I’m looking for some new reading material.

    • Terryism

      If you like the idea of dragon riders, I’d recommend Anne Mccaffreys books about the Dragonriders of Pern, I wouldn’t say they’re quite like Eragon, but good nonetheless.

    • Brenton

      Dragonriders of Pern by Anne McCaffrey, currently the book series I am reading actually, has to do with dragons and becoming a dragon rider. Yet, as Terryism said, it isn’t quite like Eragon or the rest of the Inheritance Cycle. Still I recommend you check them out anyhow.

    • Javier Adragna

      Te recomiendo leer la serie de “las crónicas de Kane”. No es un libro sobre dragones, ni elfos, aunque si magia y dioses, pero me gusta mucho.
      I recommend reading the series of “Kane Chronicles”. It is not a book about dragons, no elves, although magic and gods, but I like it.

    • Rebecca Cruickshank

      If you like dragons I suggest the Dragon Kin series by G.A. Aiken

  • Aaron Wilson

    The Invisible Man by HG Wells

    • billymeyer

      what’s that about

  • Ariana Lockington

    I love this series. I cannot wait for book 5

  • Ian Banks

    I am currently reading the Silmarillion by J.R.R. Tolkien. SO very good, Tolkien has such a skill and beauty in his writing that is unmatched by any other.

  • Dragon Outcast by E. E Knight. A neat series about three dragon siblings separated during their young years and they each get their own book about how they survive on their own and create different lives, from books 1-3. I am nearly done the third book, but there are about 2-5 more books I believe.

    • billymeyer

      how long are the books?

  • Michelle Huang

    Currently reading The Escape by Kathryn Lasky, such a great author with looking at the world through animals’ point of view.

  • Diva Muni

    I am reading “Birds,Beasts and other relatives” from Gerard Durrel, Absolutely delightful, the magic of observing, it resonates with me so.

  • Ashley Renae Filley

    I’m a currently rereading Eragon! I missed Inheritance so I’m starting over!

  • Patrick Salkeld

    I recently finished The Beckham Experiment about David Beckham’s experience with the LA Galaxy.

  • Andreah

    Crossed by Ally Condie, Fistful of Charms by Kim Harrison, and The Eye of the World by Robert Jordan(re-read).

  • Koda

    Currently reading The Hobbit and looking over Eragon’s Guide to Alagaesia

  • Alex

    The Seeress of Kell – David Eddings.

  • Josh Clark

    We Were Liars

  • Jack O’Connell

    Im currently reading Robin Hobbs Farseer trilogy, amazing books!

    • Sae Hee Kim

      Great choice in reading material! I highly recommend it to anyone who asks me what books to read. They are incredible.

  • Emma

    I am currently re-reading two of my favorite books ever. The first is my favorite, The Knife of Never Letting Go by Partrick Ness. I picked up this book in tenth grade because I thought it was stupid (after reading the first page), but came into school the next day utterly sleep deprived because I read the whole thing in one night. Since, I have read it at least eight times and it continues to inspire me. The second book I am reading right now is Mistborn, which has one of the most interesting, unique magic systems I have read, and characters you grow super attached to. Both books are superbly written, and I highly recommend reading them!!! 🙂

    • billymeyer

      ill check them out

  • Sean

    I currently going through the Old Kingdom series by Garth Nix. Currently waiting for Clariel, the prequel to the trilogy.

  • brandi

    Currently reading The Sword of Truth Series!

  • Kayla Amt

    Dune by Herbert! And On Writing by Stephen King!

  • Currently reading “Shadow and Bone” by Leigh Bardugo. It’s set in a Russian inspired world with a strong female protagonist, magic and sorcerers, magical warriors, saving the country, etc.
    Highly recommend it!

  • forgettable

    I’m going through the Hyperion Cantos by Dan Simmons and the Foundation series by Isaac Asimov.

  • Eleanor Marie Eve Bisby

    Currently, I am reading The Hitchhikers’ Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams. Not my first time reading it, admittedly. It’s just one of those books you keep going back to every few years.

  • Spanish Moss

    “Ysabel” by Guy Gavriel Kay

  • Melie

    I’m currently reading Game of Thrones, it’s so good

  • Shane Latondress

    Im reading Twilight Eyes by Dean Koontz. It’s about a young man, Slim Mackenzie, who has an uncommon ability to see evil beings cloaked in human bodies. After killing one of them, his Uncle, Slim is on the run from the law.
    Drifting from carnival to carnival seeking work and refuge from law and killing the demons he meets up with a beautiful blonde, Rya Raines, who he falls in love.
    So far it’s great!

  • Bobbi Kaye

    American Gods by Neil Gaiman

  • Roseli Garcia Pedretti

    I’m currently reading Northanger abbey from Jane Austen

    • Márcia Monteiro

      I really liked that one! I found it easier to read than her other novels. And it’s full of mystery… 😀

  • Cassie

    I’m reading Decision at Doona by Anne McCaffrey… But I highly recommend all of Anne McCaffrey’s books, especially the Dragonriders of Pern series, for fans of the Inheritance Cycle

  • Brianna

    Just starting The Halloween Tree by Ray Bradbury.

  • Amber Coop

    Frostbite by David Wellington and Eldest by Christopher Paolini. Plan on reading Dark Wolf by Christine Feehan soon as I finish what I have partially done now.

  • Márcia Monteiro

    I’m reading Dracula, Prince of Many Faces: His Life and His Times. It’s great if you want to know more about Dracula because, yes, he was a real (and terrible) person 😉

    • Torterror

      I loved that book!

      • Márcia Monteiro

        Yes! So far I’m impressed about how much I didn’t know about the ‘real’ Dracula! I have to admit though that despite being very cruel and vengeful he was very intelligent (for example, in military strategy).

  • ian

    I just finished reading Into Thin Air. It was an amazing book about a expedition of mt. Everest. If you like books about the outdoors this is an awesome one to pick up.

  • Emma Jackson

    Emma by Jane Austen and Eragon

  • Genoa Horsthuis

    The Sisters Grimm, A Great and Terrible Beauty and The Scorpio Races

    • Megan Murphy

      I love the Scorpio Races!

  • Bria

    Currently I’m reading Neuroscience: Fundamentals for Rehabilitation because I’m studying for a test. :-/ Last fun thing I read was HP Goblet of Fire, because sometimes you just need to visit Hogwarts, ya know?

    • billymeyer

      I read the entire series seven times in a row before the books literally fell apart, ill have to buy and read them again

  • Olivia Smith

    I’m reading the Sisters Grimm, Gallagher Academy series, and Inheritance. I’m also writing a few books at the moment.

  • chellsea

    Readijg the Giver again. So so good. Next i plan on reading harry potter

  • Bunso Mendoza

    I an currently reading the complete works of hp lovecraft. Which is real exciting. I got it leather back from Barnes and noble. It’s almost as beautiful as my leather back Eragon book. Not quite tho.

  • Diana

    Marcus- Michael Kuhn. Unfortunatly a German book without an English Title.
    It is about a roman soldier in one of the “provinces” of the late roman empire who discovers much about his family and himself during the fights with some germanic tribes.

    Second book (I highly recommend this series. I normally read historical books, Tolkien, Eragon and things like that, but these books….just awesome!!) is the Seal Team 12 Series from Marliss Melton. As the title says, these are 8 books about members of the Sea team 12. Every character has its own problems but manages it to “save the world” at the end. The cover says it is “romantic thrill”, but I think it is more of a military story with 1 or 2 percent really intensive love story.

  • Well, unfortunatelly I’m studing to enter a master, so I’m reading #notsocool books at the moment. But I’m looking forward to October 7th and to The Blood of Olympus book by Rick Riordan!

  • Ashleigh Andrews

    I just started reading Residue by Luary Falter. I loved her Guardian trilogy.

  • Alex

    I have just finished reading the complete inheritance cycle for the third time (first two times on paperback) and now this time a digital version. I miss the real pages to turn. Don’t know what to read now though.

  • Olivia Snyder

    I’m reading Peak by Roland Smith

  • Shelby Bailey

    I’m reading Inheritance for the second time at the moment. It’s the first time since it came out that I’ve been emotionally prepared enough to read it lol. Absolutely love this series and recommend it to everyone of my friends (no joke, you can ask them of my love for this series).

  • Daniel Nichols

    I’m 18 and currently reading the Inheritance cycle (Brisingr to be exact!) to a class of 54 children in Central Africa whom have truly nothing. The happiness on their faces at the end of each chapter brings them is truly priceless! Their favourite character is Solembum, however a few are curious of the mysterious Angela! I hope I can finish the series with them before I leave next week.
    Be safe, all.

  • FallingLeaves

    I recently read Divergent, next on my list is The Lord of the Rings

  • FattyTuna

    I’m reading Red Rising by Pierce Brown!!

  • Maria Papadogiannis

    I am reading the Mortal Instruments and the Infernal Devices!! By Cassandra Clare.

  • Corrie

    I am reading The Silmarillion by J.R.R Tolkien. It’s a bit long but it’s a great book! Basically, it’s the history of Middle Earth. But it’s so good!

  • Britney

    Reading “Waiting for the Barbarians” for my Contemporary World Lit class and “Walden” (yeah, that one by Thoreau x_x ) for American Romanticism.

  • uwwrunner

    House of Hades by Riordan…waiting for Book Five, shortly

  • Heather

    Currently reading ‘Tuck’, book three of the The King Raven Trilogy by Stephen R. Lawhead, a re telling of Robin Hood. Enjoying it immensely!

  • billymeyer

    The rule of.thoughts about James dashner, its about a virtual reality where a program became sentient and started downloading programs into humans minds

  • Jorden Carlson

    It is the middle of my semester so my reading is not new books but books I’ve read before. i am jumping between Amelia Atwater-Rhodes’ Kaish’ra series (also called Shapeshifters) and Alison Pennsy’s Custodian series. Both series are fantasy one deals with shape shifters and the other with fae.

  • Daisy

    Im reading Warriors: The New Prophecy, Sunset. Its about cat clans and how they survive :3

    • Heather

      Sounds amazing ! Must add it to my tbr!

  • Jeremy

    I’m reading the mark of athena soon to be the house of hades.

  • james

    I’m reading Principles of Australian Equity and Trusts, by Radan & Stewart (fun!)

  • Todd Gatliff

    I am reading the chronicles of narnia by C.S. Lewis… should check em’ out they’re awesome!

  • Maximum Thexluminousxone Saphi

    im currently reading The Immortal Series by Alyson Noel. its some amazing writing. definitely something i enjoy reading every time. I actually JUST finished rereading Eragon and the Inheritance cycle for the 4th time a few weeks ago. Its still my favorite series. Its tied up there with Harry Potter and Maximum Ride.

  • Nici Davis

    Im reading Dragon Tears by Dran Koontz. . . Not actually about dragons but it its awesome still. One if th mamy good ones from an awesome author 😛

  • EccentrycDragon

    I am currently reading The Dark Thorn by Shawn Speakman. It is an amazing tale of a modern day knight who guards the portal between the human world and the world of the Fey. Excellent read!

  • J

    I am currently reading; Dragonlance, Dragons of Autumn Twilight, by Margaret Weis, and The Brotherband series, by John Flanagan. They are both very good and I recommend them to people who like fantasy/adventure books!

  • I’m reading “The Sword of Shannara” by Terry Brooks.

  • Jenna Baggins

    I am currently reading; Dragonlance, Dragons of Autumn Twilight, by Margaret Weis, and The Brotherband series, by John Flanagan. They are both very good and I recommend them to people who like fantasy/adventure books!

  • Kaytlin Evans

    I am currently in the middle of a few books! The Story which is a novelization of the Bible which makes it easier to read through the stories of the Bible, The Mortal Instruments City of Lost Souls which I have been stuck on for the past couple of months since I started college and had to read textbooks and what not, and I have just started going through a smaller book called The Little Book of Secret Societies. It’s okay, but the author is very subjective. I love anything fantasy related (except anything having to do with Vampires now, I mean it’s been really overdone in teen romance). Woopwoop!

    • Maximum Thexluminousxone Saphi

      The Mortal Instruments are a fantastic read! my favorite is the City of Glass. it brings everything together in a roundabout sort of way. at least it did for me. I hope you enjoy it!

    • billymeyer

      Mortal instruments is awesome, earning money to buy the sixth book lol

  • Jacob

    I have just finished the wheel of time series by Robert Jordan. It’s a 14 book series set in a fantasy world. I recommend this series to anyone who likes magic, plot twists, and an intense story line.

    • billymeyer

      I am on the fourth one, its pretty interesting if not a little confusing

  • Sam

    I am currently reading the revenge of seven. I busted started it last night even though it was released a couple of weeks ago because I had to reread the whole I am number four series before I could read book number 5. Which is actually book number seven if you include the short stories. It is a great series about a group of kids that come to earth from after their home planet is destroyed. They have special abilities and are hiding away from the race that seeks to destroy them.

  • Abigail Vidal

    I’m reading Divergent! It’s really good so far! 😀

    • billymeyer

      That series is.awesome, except for allegiant..its kinda like the hunger games series, the first two are awesome but the third..isnt so much lol

  • VeronikaB

    I’m re-reading the Wheel of Time series- which is one of my favorites.

    • Jacob

      The wheel of time serieswas an amazing series to read.

  • Totoro1286

    Mistborn Trilogy 🙂 looks into the magic of burning metals to overcome powerful enemies. Unlike any fantasy book I have read so far. Only disappointment ….. No dragons 😉 lol

    • Amber Coop

      If you are looking for a really good dragon series The Memory of Flames by Stephen Deas is pretty good.

      • Totoro1286

        Ooooo thanks for that 🙂 will save it on my phone for my next purchase!!

  • Matthew Moore

    I just finished reading inheritance, the last of the four books in the eragon series. Great read! couldnt put them down from start to finish!

    • billymeyer

      I got it takem away from me twice because I would just read it all day and not eat or do chores, its awesome…I make all of my friends read the series

  • Tasmin Lambden

    I’ve been feeling nostalgic recently and I miss reading for fun rather than my Uni course and so I’ve been reading quite a few books. A few of which are; the Harry Potter series, the Inheritance Cycle (my favourite books) and the Vampirates series. I came across Vampirates: Demons of the Ocean a few years ago and I loved it, so I had to go out and buy them all when they came out. Vampire pirates, what more could you want?! I highly recommend reading this series if you love fantasy, intriguing plot twists and good old piratey action!

    • Maximum Thexluminousxone Saphi

      that series sounds amazing. ive never heard of it before! im definitely going to check it out. do you have an author?

      • Tasmin Lambden

        They’re written by Justin Somper 🙂

  • Connor McDonald

    I am currently reading Wicked by Gregory Maguire. I am slightly obsessed with Wicked right now 🙂

    • Maximum Thexluminousxone Saphi

      i wasnt able to really slide into wicked. it was given to me years ago, but i just couldnt do it. i hope you love it as much as i love the play!

  • Amanda Landin

    I’m currently rereading the Charley Davidson novels by Darynda Jones, which are some of my favorite books. I love the witty humor, mystery, and romance in them. One of my favorite things about the books is that even though there’s romance it doesn’t dominate the story. Also how can you not love a series about a sassy grim reaper with a coffee addiction? Before that though I read the Luxen series by Jennifer L. Armentrout, really different take on aliens, lots of action and romance in that series, and even if it doesn’t sound like something you’d like, I’d honestly bet money you will.i haven’t hada single person I know not thoroughly enjoy them.

  • DoctorMerlinPotter

    I’m reading the second book in the Gentleman Bastards series, Red Seas Under Red Skies. It reminds me of Eragon with it’s fantastical tales and mental images!

  • Jeanne Wright Perkin

    The Hot Zone by Jayne Ann Krentz..latest in her Harmony/Rainbow Island series…

  • Sam

    I’m currently reading Where She Went ( the sequel to If I Stay ), also rereading Eragon

  • KC Graham

    Recently I have started the Divergent series. I also have reread the Eragon series because it has been popping up in my news feed and my emails in the past couple weeks

  • L.Castle

    I am currently reading the novel More Than This by Patrick Ness, it is so interesting and draws the reader in. I was hooked from the first page! Can’t wait to read more now!

  • – sorry.

    I’m currently reading House of Hades by Rick Riordan, City of Glass by Cassandra Clare and I’m finishing ASOIAF by George R.R. Martin! c:

    • billymeyer

      Love percy jackson and the mortal instruments (but they are not as good as eragon lol

  • Cheryl M Perry

    I am rereading The Hunger Game series . I might jut read that one next Sara.

  • Juli Wurm

    Recently I have been reading Jane Austen Jane Austen Jane Austen! Before that though, I read the Tiger’s Curse series. The love angle in those books is so good but it gets you so emotionally involved you may have to back off for a while… I still feel like I’m living in them! lol. Side note: The Inheritance saga still sits on my top shelf in its place of honor, next to Harry Potter and Lord of The Rings.

  • Mel McCaul

    I am rereading C.S. Lewis – The Chronicles of Narnia series… If you have seen the movies but not read the books, then you are missing out! Also, the books are not long either.
    Not only are the seven books rich with interesting stories about the adventures of the kids from the movies, but there are other books with new characters in other parts of the Narnia world!
    The Inheritance Cycle reminded me of the Narnia books a lot.

    • Abigail Vidal

      Oh my gosh, i LOVE Narnia so much!! Those books/movies helped me through a lot in my teens. 🙂

  • Jonathan

    I would like to start by saying that I loved (love) the Inheritance Cycle. I would place in on the same shelf as the Hobbit and Lord of the Rings trilogy. That being said, I am currently reading the Forgotten Realms: Legend of Drizz’t (working on book 3!) by R.A. Salvatore.

  • Steph

    At the minute im currently read 3 books haha the 1st being Liar of the Lion by Christine Feeman the 2nd is a book called PS i love by Cecelia Ahern and i have literally just started to read Eragon (again) to my rats 🙂

  • Angela M. Pena

    I am reading The Celestine Prophecy By James Redfield and Bodies of Light: Enlightenment for everybody By Lee Vickers. I also recommend The Iliad and The Odyssey By Homer, Chronicles of Narnia By C.S. Lewis, The Complete works of William Shakespeare, The Complete works of Edgar Allan Poe, Fallen Angels Among Us: What you need to know By Elizabeth Claire Prophet, The Book of Enoch the Prophet By R.H. Charles, Animal Speak By Ted Andrews, Realms of the Earth Angels & Angel Numbers 101 By Doreen Virtue, You can heal your life By Louise L. Hay, Breakout By Joel Osteen, and Battlefield of the mind By Joyce Meyer.

  • Sebastian Palij

    I’m reading now Percy Jackson and the lightning thief (again) because it’s a really interesting book and i like Rick but anyway Eragon is always the best 🙂

    • billymeyer

      Ditto, people always try to compare it to other books and im just like no, its on a while new level of awesomeness

  • Leonor

    I’ve just finished “Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet”, a stunning novel by Jamie Ford. I’ve loved this book, really, and i absolutely reccommend it!
    As my lessons will start next week, I still have enough time to start a new adventure, so i chose “Leviathan” by Scott Westerfeld,and it seems really good.

  • Paola Galelli

    Have just finished re reading the last book In a trilogy called The Book of Life by Deborah Harkenss (funnily enough it has a type of dragon in it – a firedrake called Corra). And also just finished Heir of Fire by Sarah J Maas – which is a dark Cinderella based story!

  • Lee Brassil

    The Broken Eye by Brent Weeks, only out a few weeks very good read

  • Marie

    I’m reading the “a song of ice and fire” books by George R.R. Martin. They are set in another world (there are also some dragons and some magic, but mostly it’s like in medieval Europe) and I love about them that it is very unpredictable so it’s always thrilling.

  • Costi

    I am currently reading An Oath of Brothers by Morgan Rice. It is the 14th book of The Sorcerer’s Ring series. It features dragons, magic, druids, that kind of things. Unlike Eragon, the series has alot of characters and is developing them in parallel and it is nice to see how everything takes form.
    Don’t be scared by the book number, because the book are quite short and addictive to read.

  • Maria

    Sto leggendo il Signore degli Anelli 🙂 rileggendo, in realtà XD è un libro meraviglioso. E contemporaneamente sto leggendo Il Trono di spade, in quanto la serie mi è piaciuta tanto e vorrei leggerne anche tutti i libri, se riesco.

  • Dylan Driver

    Dies the Fire by SM Stirling 🙂 soo good if you love swordplay, bows and stuff like that

  • Shannon

    Started re-reading Red Rising

  • Richard Twiss

    I’m reading Xenocide by Orson Scott Card, the third book in the Ender Quartet.

  • Lucia Podaná

    Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, and then Émile Zola – L’Assommoir 🙂

  • MACH Tink

    Words of Radiance: The Stormlight Archive, Book 2 by: Brandon Sanderson.

  • Genia Travis Buchanan

    The Darkest Minds novels by Bracken.

  • Andrew Fisher

    I am currently reading Eldest, again, and Ender’s Game

    • Maximum Thexluminousxone Saphi

      once you finish enders game, i suggest enders shadow. it tells the story of Bean. its really fascinating.

  • Juanjo {Shur’tugal}

    I’m reading The Golden Compass

    • L.Castle

      Just finished reading the golden compass, remember my parents reading it to me when I was little, amazing book! Not so keen on the movie

  • Silver

    I’m always rereading something, especially my collection of Percy Jackson and Harry Potter. My girlfriend insisted that I start reading Fifty Shades of Grey with her, and I must say it’s not that bad. But my most favorite series is obviously Inheritance!!!

    • billymeyer

      I have read eragon and eldest 7 times, brisingr 6, and inheritance 3

  • Vasilhs Galanos

    Necronomicon by H.P Lovecraft

  • Dia Scruton

    Outlander! If you like the show you should give the book a try. Its even better 🙂

  • Javier Adragna

    Por favor quiero el libro!
    Please I want the book!

  • Gabriel Bittencourt

    I’m reading The Hobbit

  • FJ Ismarianto

    I’m currently reading The Amulet of Samarkand by Jonathan Stroud.

  • Fiftycentis

    In this moment i’m reading all Martin a song of ice and fire books

  • Leonor

    I need to re-read the Inheritance Cycle

  • Leonor

    Anyone ever read Zafón? He’s one of my favorite authors, I definitely recommend his novels, in particular “The Shadow of the Wind” and “Marina” 🙂

  • B-Moore

    Recently finished the Ex-Heroes series, and just finished the Percy Jackson and the Olympians again, now I’m going to start Game of Thrones or Maze Runner to find out what all the hype is about.

    If anyone here is a fan of Marvel, and Zombies, read Ex-Heroes, ASAP.

  • Clara_WolfSong

    I am currently almost done with The Titans Curse and almost on The Battle of the Labyrinth as I continue my re-reading spree of the Percy Jackson and the Hero’s of Olympus series so that I may get pumped for THE BLOOD OF OLYMPUS!!!!

  • Jordan

    I JUST FINISHED BRISINGR!! Now I get to start on Inheritance again!! I just really want to jump into the book after Galbatorix dies, so I can either live with Roran or Eragon!! Oh, do I want to be in Alagaesia!

    • Aaliyah

      I need to re-read them aswell! So many books not enough time!

      • Jordan

        I know, my dad hates it when I reread a book more than once!

  • Claire Mika

    Halfway through ‘The Farseekers’ which is the second book in Isobelle Carmody’s ‘Obernewtyn Chronicles’ and absolutely loving it. Very well written, with strong, unique and compelling characters. A fairly simple initial premise built into a detailed world told extremely well. I think if you love the Inheritance Cyle, you will like this series.

  • CaptainOzone

    I’m currently rereading the Harry Potter series. I recently finished Mike Mullin’s “Ashfall” trilogy.

  • Stephen Elder Carty

    A Crown Of Swords: Book 7 of the Wheel of Time: 7/12 by Robert Jordan an amazing read, and would recommend this series to anyone as a must have, if you don’t already!

    • Jordan

      sounds like a cool series

  • Samantha Slytherin

    Right now I’m reading “The Maze Runner” Series which includes 4 great books: The Maze Runner, The Scorch Trials, The Death Cure and the prequel The Kill Order.

    • Aaliyah

      I am totally going to order the book set before the movies ruin it all. Read the first book which really had my brain ticking.

      • Samantha Slytherin

        That’s great, hope you like it!

    • L.Castle

      I have just finished reading the scorch trials but don’t have the next book, need to order it. Love the books so far!

    • billymeyer

      Have not read the kill order yet but im looking forward to it

  • Jay

    im currently reading ‘virtue falls’ by christina dodd. im kinda enjoying it, but its not my usual genre. im also reading PJ’s greek gods. if you havent read PJ yet what are you waiting for?????

    • Aaliyah

      I always thought it was too childish, I read the first book years and years ago, but I was put off by the slightly kiddy sounding storyline… but I’m thinking of actually reading it though..

  • Aaliyah

    I am currently reading Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer. It is a book narrating the real life journey of an adventurer named Chris McCandless who was found dead in a cabin in Alaska. It is what you would call a reconstruction of his journey, Krakauer interviews people that Chris met along the way on his huge road trip, he collects the letters, postcards and vividly describes photographs and ppieces of McCandless’ journal. It was actually made into a movie ( which I didn’t know until I started reading the book and then the reviews) and so far it has gripped me. The chapters begin with literature by Thoreau and Jack London among other famous authors who are said to have influenced McCandless’ escape to the wild.

    Also currently re-reading the Silmarillion (since I guess we are all fantasy lovers there will be no explaining) and the Godsland Series by Brian Rathbone. Seriously recommend the Evermen Saga by James Maxwell. It has some really great concepts of ‘magic’. Amazing plot overall, not long winded at all.

    A long ‘comment’ I know!

  • Shelby

    Just finished rereading the Maze Runner trilogy and started reading the Legend trilogy by Marie Lu 🙂

    • billymeyer

      Those are awesome…total plot twists in both series

  • Leonor

    Woo, I can’t wait anymore.

  • TheSubversiveHippie

    I just finished Severed Souls by Terry Goodkind, so while I’m waiting for the next book in the series, I thought I would start the Malazan Book of the Fallen series by Steven Erikson.

  • Diego Alejandro Rincon

    almost two days for the giveaway day and i can’t wait.

    • Jordan

      Me too!!

  • Adrian.Valadez3

    I’ve retread the series twice already! I never get bored and still get surprised at things that occur in the books! I wish they re-did the movie.

    • billymeyer

      Ikr, I realize that some things have to be left out and changed, but katrina wasn’t even mentioned and saphira magically grew and had bird wings, like whaaaaaat

  • Ben Vaughn

    Currently I am reading through “Starship Troopers”, by Robert Heinlein, “Dracula”, by Bram Stoker, and “Ted Scott Flying Series: Rescued in the Clouds”, by Franklin W. Dixon. I don’t normally have multiple books going at the same time, but it just happened.

    • Aaliyah

      Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde is great, reminds me of Frankenstein by Mary Shelley… and Dracula, well I need to start reading that.

  • imstillhungry95

    Right now, I’m reading Dead Until Dark, or as a lot of people know it better, the first book that the TV Series True Blood was based off

  • Romina Dauphin

    I’m reading Inheritance but I don’t want to finish it xD The Inheritance Cycle fascinated me :3 The books were a recommendation and belongs to my boyfriend <3

    And also I'm reading Night Watch (Nochnoy Dozor). A fantasy novel by russian writer Sergei Lukyanenko, and also a recommendation of my boyfriend, who was delighted with the pentalogy (Night Watch (Nochnoy Dozor), Day Watch (Dnevnoy Dozor), Twilight Watch (Sumerechny Dozor), Final Watch (Posledniy Dozor) and New Watch (Novyi Dozor).

    • Mi-chan

      lol, I’m the same way. I have read all but the last book in the Inheritance Cycle because I want to delay the end and I’m anxious about the ending. XD

  • Tiffany

    The Wise Man’s Fear by Patrick Rothfuss is my current read. So good!

  • I’m currently reading the Throne of Glass novels by Sarah J. Maas. I’ve been completely obsessed since picking up the first book 4 days ago (already on the 3rd). The Inheritance Cycle has been one of my top 5 series of choice. Probably read through the series 5 or 6 times!

  • Aisley

    I’m actually rereading a book called Leven Thumps by Obert Skye. Brilliant series! The characters have a lot of personality and I would definitely recommend it! and of course I’m also finishing up my own book, Betrayal, and am sending it out to agents! It’s a high fantasy novel and I hope I’ll be able to get somewhere with it 🙂

  • Deef

    All the books!! Someone is going to be happy.

  • Ze End

    May sound corny, But I also am writting my own story. After reading the ROTR, Inheritance cycle and books by Corina Funke, inspired me to start my own book. (even though school and work have grinned it to a almost still now)

    • Jordan

      Thats cool. I hope that you can finish it soon. Send me a pm when its finished with a document with the book in it. I love reading books by new authors. Hope all goes well!

  • Jordan

    I’m also writing a book of my own. I got all of my inspiration from Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim and the Inheritance cycle. It is kind of like how the original Eragon found the first dragon egg during the war between the elves and the dragons.

    • Jasmine Miriama Willis

      Your book sounds interesting! I love both of your inspirations. Let us know when you’ve written it! Good luck!

    • Taylor Wanen

      Sounds like a book I would read. I loved the Inheritance cycle, and I loved playing Skyrim. Have fun writing it!

    • Jake Miller

      Cool dude, hope it turns out well! Loved both the game and loved Inheritance!

    • Lyle

      Wow. Your book sounds like it will be excellent!! I read all 4 books of the Inheritance cycle 3 times, and I LOVED it! And Skyrim, oh I loved Skyrim.

    • Leo

      Nice man, hope you finish the book. let us know if you finish it.

    • Safayet SIDDIQI

      Cool dude. Hope all goes well. Maybe your book could become a new bestseller!! Have fun writing!

    • trepdm

      Sounds cool!

  • Isaac Samuel

    I’ve been reading the Spice and Wolf series by Isuna Hasekura as well as the Haruhi Suzumiya series by Nagaru Tanigawa. Spice and Wolf is a romance/fantasy/adventure about a travelling merchant who meets a wolf god and they go on a journey to find her homeland. Haruhi Suzumiya is about a male high school student who meets a girl who, unknown to her, is god. It’s basically a series of random events that happen to him.

  • Olivia Crouch

    A series I would highly suggest is Project Cain. It’s border-line horror about a government conspiracy to clone serial killers and raise them in varying home environments to see if nature or nurture has the final ultimatum in a person’s behavior. It follows a young boy made from Jeffrey Dahmer’s DNA and his struggle to remain alive after the project gets shut down. In addition to staying off the radar and alive, he has to help stop the most dangerous clones who were set free to kill as they please. He must either stop the monsters, or become one. This was a very interesting story in my opinion, but it does tend to get graphic, especially in the second book. The second book is not necessary to the series, however, since it’s a retelling of the same story from a different character’s POV. Overall, it’s a great read and it has very original material! Also another disclaimer, it has zero romance. So if that’s what you look for in a book, this one may not be for you. I would definitely give it a try though! 🙂

    • Aaliyah

      That sounds really good! Wow.. you must have read all the Hannibal books right? like I know people are watching the series on TV but I love books 100 times more, and I seriously recommend the Hannibal Lecter books by Thomas Harris. It’s amazing to look into the mind of Hannibal, and to be honest you can’t help but admire him, when you finish the series you almost feel sorry for him, and you realise why he is the cannibal…

      • Olivia Crouch

        Actually, I’ve never read the Hannibal series. Haha the series I suggested is actually quite a different genre than what I normally read. However, I’m open to reading Hannibal 🙂 I don’t think I’ve really ever watched the TV show.

  • Lydia

    I am currently reading Percy Jackson and the Greek gods. Definitely read it if you are a Percy Jackson fan.

    • Laura Green

      Yes, this book is awesome! The Percy Jackson Books are -both “Heroes of Olympus” and “PJ and the Olympians” are amazing. I realy enjoyed reading “The Demigod Files” And now I am waiting for “bloody of Olympus”. Wich is at lenght not as much fun and not as thrilling as waiting for Inheritance (:

    • Jay

      i love how percy adds his own sarcastic voice to the telling! it makes it so much more fun x)

    • Marina

      I soooo want to get hold of it! Do you know whether I can read it online?

    • trepdm

      Love those! The Heroes of Olympus are good, too. I wasn’t as big a fan of The Kane Chronicles, but I still enjoyed them.

    • Mi-chan

      Are the books better than the movies? The second movie disappointed me a lot. How many books are there?

  • Torterror

    I suggest reading the Maze Runner series if you already haven’t. The movie is really good but it doesn’t do the book justice. The whole time I was reading the series I was on the edge of my seat!

    • Olivia Crouch

      Yes! I really want to watch the movie, but I’m one of those people who, if there’s a book, I need to read it before I watch it.

      • Mi-chan

        I prefer to watch first if I have the chance so I am not comparing the whole time. I watched Harry Potter after I read it and it drove me nuts so I’m doing the opposite with The Hunger Games and Divergent

    • Aaliyah

      I literally finished reading the book 2 days before the movie came out, and only on the day the movie came did I realise they had made a movie. lol. Same with the Hunger Games.

      • Marina

        Nice timing! 🙂

        • Aaliyah

          I know! 🙂

  • Eldunarí

    Well, there’s a few that I just got from the library, but I haven’t started reading them yet:

    In The After-I think it’s about some zombie aliens attack earth.
    I am Number Four-I’ve seen the movie, and I want to read the series.
    The Infinity Ring-A time travel thing from the writers of 39 Clues.
    Carnival of Souls-It sounds kind of like a rip off of Hunger Games (which I’m planning to read), but it still sounds interesting.

    • Clara_WolfSong

      I am number four is an amazing book (and series) the movie however did not keep to the storyline very well so keep that in mind 🙂

  • Laura Green

    I am currently reading soo many books. Actually too many books… In regard of the approaching winter solstice ( I know its not even October, but truth be told, I am looking for a reason to read the series for the 100. time) The book series I am talking about is called “The dark is rising sequence” from Susan Cooper. It is a book series including five marvellous books: Over sea under Stone, The dark is rising, Greenwitch, The grey king and Silver on the tree. The books are about the epic battle of the Light against the Darkness, entwined with welsh and celtic myths. Will wakes up on his eleventh birthday to discover, that he is the last of the Old Ones, part of the circle of the Light. In the books, Will, along with Bran-the Pendragon, his teacher Merriman and the three drew children fight against the Dark, represented from the black rider,one of the high lords of the dark. Until the final battle, with six sleepers riding, six signs burning and the pendragon’s sword-Eirias- gleaming in a cold white flame under a silver midsummertree.
    I simply love these books and Susan Cooper is a genius. Her book “Dreams and wishes”- essays about writing for children is absolutely stunning! Sadly, no one seems to know Susan Cooper, or the Dark is rising sequence in Germany.
    Apart from that, I read “The Kane Chronicles” “The Throne of Fire” from Rick Riordon, wich I can only recommend to everyone, who likes egyptian myths. And the other books of Rick Riordon- “Percy Jackson and the Olympians” and “The heroes of Olympus” wich are both fantastic, thrilling, and humorous at the same time.
    Also I read a german book called “Nachts singt die Welt” -“The Earth Hums in B Flat” from Mari Strachan. I am also reading “the Hobbit”- finally, the children of Hùrin and another book about Ramses.
    Like I said, too much books. Everyone sighs about me beeing obsessed with books. But I just can’t get enough(:

    • Aaliyah

      I need to meet a true bookie like you, sadly I don’t know anyone who loves to read as much as I do, or discuss in depth about it either D’:

      • billymeyer

        #story of my life

  • Leonor

    I can’t wait, I just want to know who’s the winner. Maybe I? I’d love it.

  • Vicki

    Since we’re all here talking books, anyone know of a novel with the story set in an asylum? Preferably horror. Thanks 🙂

    • Ben Vaughn

      I have never read it, just saw the movie, but I know the book Shutter Island by Dennis Lehane is set in an asylum during the 50s. I am reading through Dracula right now and a portion of the story is set in an asylum, and if you like creepy/suspense, I would highly recommend it,

    • Aaliyah

      It’s not really an ‘asylum’ book but it has elements… The Woman In White by Wilkie Collins is one of my faves. It’s Victorian… so it may not be to your taste, you can get it free from the Kindle store, or use the app on your phone.

  • Vicki

    I’m currently reading Fragments by Dan Wells. Such a captivating series with a strong female lead. I also picked up “A Brief History of Infinity” for 2$ at Chapters. I was never one for math but infinity really is captivating. Happy reading fellow bookworms!

  • Amy Bostwick

    I just finished reading Falling Kingdoms by Morgan Rhodes yesterday! I loved it! Its about this land called Mytica. There are 3 different kingdoms. It tells the story of how they end up going to war with each other and in order for one Princess to get her kingdom back she has to find the lost items to work Elementia (magic). its the first in a series and the second book in the series Rebel Spring should be waiting for me on my front porch when i get home. I also have 6 other books coming today too!

    • Lydia

      Oooooh, that sounds good!

    • Olivia Crouch

      Sounds very interesting. I’ll be sure to check it out!

  • Megan

    I’m reading The Wise Man’s Fear by Patrick Rothfuss epically amazing series

    • BeastieRunner

      What’s it about?

    • Jay

      heard so many good things about the series but im reluctant to read it bc it takes a lot of commitment to read such a bunch of such huge books!

  • Diego Alejandro Rincon

    We’re so close to the happy ending.

  • Jaimi Athy-Timmins

    Just finished the Disappearing Act of Esme Lennox, very mysterious, obviously, but takes place in both the 20th and 21st century, provides insight and entertainment, very intriguing

  • Diana

    Right now, Im reading les miserables :A

  • Medwyn

    I am currently reading The Red Knight, by Miles Cameron, a Canadian author. If you like medieval fantasy, this is a great choice!

    • Vicki

      And he’s Canadian! So much pride

  • Alex Huhman

    I’m just about to finish Inheritance for about the eighth time and after that I’m thinking about reading The Mazerunner because the movie looks awesome

    • Olivia Crouch

      Yes!!! Seriously, I could reread the entire inheritance cycle over and over and need get tired of it. I loved the way Paolini ended inheritance because I thought it was a very realistic way of wrapping things up.

  • Tyler Manley

    I can’t count the number of times I’ve read the inheritance cycle… This is pretty much my thinking, “Oh no… There aren’t anymore books I want to read for a while…Eragon Page 1….”

  • Natalie Dottle

    I am reading The Hobbit and also The Sign of the Four by Arthur Conan Doyle 🙂

    • Eldunarí

      I’ve started the Hobbit a few times, but because of other stuff I’m reading, I keep on not getting into it more then a chapter.

      • Olivia Crouch

        You should definitely finish it! It’s a great book. I haven’t read the last two books for The Lord of the Rings, but I personally find Bilbo’s story more interesting. I also like Bilbo better than Frodo, so that could have something to do with it. Haha

  • Rachel S

    I’m currently reading The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan. It’s the first book in the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series, which is a modern take on Greek mythology.

    • Mina

      I’vee heard a lot about that book… Is it any good???

      • Amy Bostwick

        I’ve read all of Rick Riordans books in the Percy Jackson Series. I thought they were very good. If you like Greek Mythology even better. he also has a spin off Called Heroes of Olympus which has some of the same characters from Percy Jackson but adds new ones in from Roman mythology. He also has another series i’ve read called the Kane Chronicles which is his modern take on Egyptian mythology. I’m a big fan of him!

    • Eldunarí

      Percy Jackson is probably my 2nd favorite series (inheritance the 1st). I love it. I’m actually in the “2nd” series now. It’s just a different story line. It’s called the Heroes of Olympus.

  • HanzyShadow

    I am currently reading Awake at Dawn by C.C. Hunter.

  • Alex Bissonnette

    I am currently reading George R. R. Martin’s last novella The Rogue Prince. The story is set in the ASOIAF univers and is about the life of Daemon Targaryen juste before the Dance with Dragons (which is told in The Princess and the Queen). Like always, it is a pleasure to read one of is novella and it is a good way to wait until TWOW. However, I preferred the Tales of Dunk and Egg, which were fantastic!

    • Kurtis Scriba

      How long are his novellas? Based on his novels they could be just as long as a short novel haha

  • AJ

    Reading “Church History in Plain Language”

  • Marlena Babcock

    I just finished reading the first book of the Age Of Fire series “Dragon Champion” by E.E. Knight.

    Exciting book about a young dragon that had its family hunted down and now he has to go around the world, meeting new people (both friend and foe) growing older and learning lessons along the way. Hopefully one day he will find his sister, who got away from the hunters with him but were split up during the escape.

    Good read, recommend it =) Now i’m on to book two “Dragon Avenger” which will follow his sister’s story.

  • Megan Murphy

    I just read The Child Thief by Brom. It was an AMAZING retelling of Peter Pan and was so intensely dark and wonderfully horrifying. If you like Peter Pan, if you like creepy, if you like dark fantasy, I highly, HIGHLY recommend this book!

    • Kurtis Scriba

      I’ve always enjoyed Peter Pan related books. One of my favorite books is Peter and the Starcatchers, read it when I was 11 and love it to this day. Will definitely look into this one!

  • Amanda

    I am currently reading Echoes (Dark Secrets book 5 by AM Hudson) and listening to City of Ashes (The Mortal Instruments book 2 by Cassandra Clare). Both are absolutely wonderful!

    • Olivia Crouch

      The Mortal Instrument series is one of my favorites!! Although I still have yet to read the latest ones she’s come out with.

  • Kurtis Scriba

    I just started A Clash of Kings, George R.R. Martin’s sequel to A Games of Thrones. I loved GoT and so far I am enjoying CoK just as much. I love the sheer size of Martin’s world, the more details added, the more immersed into the world I become! Also, I love that, with Martin’s style, no character is ever safe, and I get genuinely frightened for the characters when something is about to happen. Would recommend to anyone who enjoyed the Inheritance Cycle, but make sure you read the series opener first!

    • Olivia Crouch

      I really want to read both of those series, but there just seems to be so many of the books! It seems a bit daunting, especially since I don’t have much time for pleasure reading anymore, sadly 🙁

      • Kurtis Scriba

        Clash of King is just the second book of the Game of Thrones series, which a lot of people don’t know is actually called A Song of Ice and Fire. Yes, they’re quite long, and the chapters are long as well, it’s a difficult read if you’re not able to spend whole days reading I find. But A Game of Thrones is definitely something you should make room for in your life, it’s at a level of it’s own

        • Olivia Crouch

          Haha oh! I misunderstood and thought they were separate series. Well it would make it infinitely easier to read one long series rather than two. I’ll certainly try to read them soon.

      • Aaliyah

        Go for it. once you start you will not be able to put the books down. Beats watching the series any day.

  • Dieboldt

    I’m reading Why We Believe What We Believe, it’s a very interesting non-fiction work on human psychology and attempts to answer why we believe in gods and creatures lurking in the dark, it also goes in depth on how these beliefs can help an individual survive. It’s really quite interesting and if you don’t mind having a bit of a heavier read I would definitely recommend it.

  • Sapphiré Harewood

    LOVED reading a sea of trolls. Great read i believe.

  • Riley Irvin

    I just finished The Martian Chronicles by Ray Bradbury and loved it. It’s a collection of short stories by Bradbury about what would happen if humans colonized Mars and there were Martians there. It’s a wonderful read, especially if you love Bradbury!

    • Eldunarí

      I got about half way through that, then just stopped. Not really sure why, considering it was a pretty good book.

  • Majka^^

    I just read Silmarillion by J.R.R. Tolkien. Perfect fantasy, with fantastic atmosphere! I’m really enjoying this book,i recommend it to everyone!

    • Kurtis Scriba

      YES. As an LOTR nut, I enjoyed Silmarillion just as much as the Lord of the Rings itself. Sooo much great content there

    • trepdm

      I loved it, too! It was so great learning about the histories and back stories of Middle Earth.

  • Lucy Fredrickson

    I’ve been making my way through the Sherlock Holmes books, and for school I’ve got to read Lord of the Flies, which is one I’ve wanted to read for ages just never had the chance. Both are brilliant and are really meaty books to get into

    • Olivia Crouch

      I really enjoy reading the Sherlock Holmes stories. The Adventure of the Dancing Men (or so I think the title is called) is definitely a great read.

  • james irvine

    I am currently working my way through Anne and Todd Mcafferey’s Dragon riders of Pern, in addition to, of course Eldest (I often find myself on a constant cycle, when I finish Inheritance, I then move back to Eragon). It is my favourite series after Inheritance, and I would recommend it to any fellow Dragon lover. My only quibble (what a wonderful word 😉 ) is when Dragons are called “magnificent beats” Otherwise a wonderful set of books.

    • Amy Bostwick

      I love Dragon Riders of pern. its one of my many go to series when i have nothing to read. Highly recommend for anyone who like dragons!

  • Kori

    The Seven Realms series by Cinda Williams Chima it is a fantasy series. It is now one of my favorite series of all time! Definitely recommend!

    • Clara_WolfSong

      I LOVE those books I’m actually planning on re-reading it soon 🙂 I dont know about you but the end made me sob like a little baby XD

    • Megan Murphy

      I LOVE LOVE these books! They are so fun!

  • Austin Baroudi

    Finally getting around to the Harry Potter Books!

  • Piet van Tiggelen

    The Northern Light Trilogy. Great books, love them

  • Jean Gabriel Velez

    I just finished reading James Maxey: A novel of the dragon age.
    Big dragon fan.

  • Ella Porter

    I am currently reading three books.
    I am reading Indian Horse for my Canadian Culture class. It’s an intense book (mature readers only) telling the story of Saul Indian Horse who is taken away to a residential school but finds escape through his incredible hockey talent. It’s enjoyable so far.
    I am rereading Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief(though universty’s kinda gotten in the way!) with the intention of rereading the whole series before Blood of oLympus comes out next month (not gonna happen). It’s been so long that I though i should refresh. Also…it’s just an awesome read 😛
    Finally, I’m slowly working my way through Percy Jackson’s Greek Gods. This tell the Greek myths but from Percy’s POV with classic sass and ‘tude and just so much Percyness. I love it so far. It’s also beautifully illustrated by John Rocco and it’s just stunning.
    So yeah….that’s it 🙂

    • Eldunarí

      Yeah, you probably won’t read all of Percy Jackson by next month. I mean, there are 5 books in the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series, but then there’s another series after that (just a different storyline) with 4 books. So, you have to read 9 books by next month. Averaging the pages, that’s somewhere around 3927 pages, though it could go into the 4000s.

    • Kurtis Scriba

      can’t wait for Blood of Olympus, and Riordan’s next project, the Norse series. I do hope he goes back to writing in first person though, I find it more engaging and better suited for his style

  • Fiftycentis

    Now i’m reading lots of random books from Stephen King

  • Mi-chan

    I am reading book 3 of Alyson Noel’s series The Soul Seekers called Mystic. It is filled with magic, adventure, suspense, romance and some touch choices for Daire, the seeker. I can’t wait to see how she does the final showdown with disturbing Cade Ritcher in the final book 4:Horizon!!!!!!!

    • Amy Bostwick

      If you like Soul Seekers by Alyson Noel then you might like her other Series called the Immortals. It’s kinda sort of like Twilight but with different twists.

      • Mi-chan

        That is on my to read list. Thanks

  • Pooja Shah

    I’m currently re-reading American Gods by Neil Gaiman! It’s an urban fantasy book and it’s really great! ^_^

  • D

    The Harry Potter series.. for the 1000th time. <3

    • Pooja Shah

      Aahh.. You never get tired of them! <3 <3

  • MK

    Right now I’m trying to find some good fantasy books because I’m a writer myself. Always loved fantasy and read the books like a 100 times x3

    • James Irvine

      Dragonriders of Pern? Lots of books that I can imagine myself reading again.

    • Olivia Crouch

      I really liked the series Graceling. It’s about a world where people with multicolored eyes have special gifts that can range from anything as harmless as being the best singer ever heard, to something like reading minds. It’s a fabulous series and it’s great fantasy 🙂

      • Aaliyah

        Yes, that series was bloody amazing! It’s on my re-read list for this year. Also recommend the Evermen Saga by James Maxwell. Awe.Some.

  • Connor

    Im currently reading the revenge of seven in the Lorien Legacies series by Pittacus Lore

    • Clara_WolfSong

      I just re-read I am Number Four with the intention of re-reading the books unfortunetly I had to stop so that I could re-read the Percy Jackson and Hero’s of Olympus series

  • Leonor

    I’m currently reading a bunch of books. One of my fav is “The Barefoot Queen” by Ildefonso Falcones; I just finished (right now, really) “The Fault In Our Stars” and I just restart “The Lord of the Rings” for something like the billionth time, yeah. I’m also reading “1984” by George Orwell (everyone have to read this book at least once in his life) and “La Sombra del Viento” by Carlos Ruiz Zafón in original language. Okay, I think this is enough for the moment.

    • Pooja Shah

      1984 is sooo good!! <3

      • Leonor

        Yeees, it is. I love it!! ❤️

    • Aaliyah

      If you liked 1984 you should read Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro.

  • Jakub Urban

    I’m into “For the love of the truth” by Karina Pjankowa at this moment.
    It’s a detective story with really interesting mystery part, and of course very nice implemented love thread.
    It’s really great book.

  • Sarah Bradshaw

    I’m currently reading the fifth book to the Greenrider series by Kristen Britain, Mirror sight shes an amazing writer highly recommend. And also any book I can get my hands on from Mark Lawrence he’s super amazing at writing dark creepy stories that would stand well up against GRRM A Song of Fire and Ice! The Broken Empire trilogy from him is great if you like dark stuff!! 🙂

  • I’ve been reading Right Ho Jeeves by Wodehouse and Kafka on the shore by Haruki Murakami.

    I always like keeping on fiction and one humorous book it suits all my moods throughout the day. Kafka on the shore is quite complex in its plot like a usual murakami book and requires patience and attention to details. Right ho Jeeves is a classic take of Wodehouse with Jeeves as the central character.

  • Jess R

    Currently reading The Maze Runner 😀

    • Kurtis Scriba

      I need to read that so bad

  • Atila Keresturi

    I’m reading a bunch of books. Finished Cassandra Clare’s “City of Heavenly Fire”, currently reading “The Glass Books of Dream Eaters” by Gordon Dahlquist, Ms. McCaffrey’s “White Dragon”, Carlos Ruiz Zaphon’s “September’s Lights” and “The Mist Prince” and planning on doing some re-reading with “Olympus/Ilion” and “The Karamasov Brothers”.

  • Evanescent-Killjoy

    last read Dawn of the Aspects, which is a story from World of warcraft based on the five Dragon Aspects and how they came to be. lots of really awesome dragon fights.

    • Olivia Crouch

      That sounds amazing!

  • Buck Johnson

    Just started reading fellowship of the ring. Just watched all the movies so I wanted to go back over the books.

  • Lila

    I just finished reading all seven books of the Chronicles of Narnia!! They are so good… I tend to like fantasy books, and thats why I love love love love Christopher Paolini’s Inheritance Cycles… I’ve read all four books nearlnine times!!!!!!!!! :)))))))))

    • Olivia Crouch

      In the seventh book, things had just changed so much that it lost it’s appeal for me. My personal favorite from the series was Voyage of the Dawn Treader.

      • Kurtis Scriba

        I agree. The Last Battle was had such dark underlying themes and open endedness that Narnia didn’t see quite as fun anymore. But I still love The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe, and really the whole series looking back now.

  • Tyler Matjazic

    This series is my absolute favorite series. I have read it so many times and would love a signed copy of any of his books. I wish the books could find a good producer and make movies for them. But they should go more with the book than the last one did.

    • Olivia Crouch

      Amen. It hurt watching the movie!

  • Amelia Van Vass

    I am reading the Harry Potter series, but I just finished the If I Stay, and it’s sequel, Where She Went, and am going to read Falling into Place

  • Clinton Anderson

    Currently reading Inheritance for the fourth time. Love it to death and can’t wait to read the rest of Paolini’s work. Planning on trying Mazerunner and getting Blood of Olympus by Rick Riordan when I’m done.

  • Kaya

    The book I’m reading actually is “La Nausée” from Jean-Paul Sartre, it’s a pretty difficult book to read but the content is really interesting.

  • Lukas Fritsch

    hello 🙂 Currently I’m reading the Faerie Wars Chronicles by Herbie Brennan 🙂

  • Casey Lamb

    Currently reading the tigers curse series as well as the mortal instrument series. Reading has been a wonderful lifeline for me as it lets me leave the harsh reality we live in and live an adventurous life of dragons, curses, angels and demons. If u could see my house and see all the books lining my walls you would wonder if I have a life lol.

    • Amelia Van Vass

      Is this your first time reading the Mortal Instruments? and also may I say, if it is, you should also read the infernal devices series before you read City of Heavenly Fire. The Infernal Devices is about the ancestors of nearly everyone in TMI and it is an amazing series

      • Casey Lamb

        Its like my 3rd time reading them and yes im reading the infernal devices too. Im reading a lot. Im also reading fallen. 5 books in that series. And a new series a friend told me about. First one is raziel. Cant remember the rest they are at home in my bookcase.

    • Marina

      I just looked up The Tiger’s Curse and it sounds like a good read. Thanks for sharing the title! 🙂

      • Casey Lamb

        You are very welcome. And its very addictive. Books 1 -4 are amazing the 5th…I felt a little let down. But I recommend the series to anyone. They are also in the works of producong a movie. Sometime in 2015. I think its near August. …my memory is crap these days.

    • trepdm

      Both of those are such great books/series!

  • Anne

    Eventhough I’m stuck on reading text books for a while I’m currently reading Inferno and before that I read the Accidental Sorcerer (and waiting for the other 3 books in the series to arrive) and The Hitchhikers guide series —
    I’d love to win — please!!!!!!!!

  • Urzhad

    Currently I’m stuck reading textbooks, but most recently for fun I read the revenge of seven.

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  • Marcel

    I’n reading, the book of the Lord of the Rings, that big Red One which looks like that which Bilbo wrotes in the Movie at the begining (its great with Tom Bombadiel

  • McCall Zweifel

    I’m in Orson Scott Card’s books, prequel series to Enders Game!

    • Kurtis Scriba

      how are the prequels? Enders Game is possibly my favorite book, but haven’t even looked into the prequels.

    • Aaliyah

      Where did you even get the books? I cannot find them anywhere! For some reason my dad has one random book from the series, but I don’t want to read it and spoil the story.

  • Leslie Preece

    Currently I am reading Maze Runner so I can see the movie without having the book ruined.

    • Kurtis Scriba

      I need to do that so bad…

  • Michelle Fuller

    I’m currently reading Allegiant by Veronica Roth. Everyone kept telling me how terrible the ending is, but I guess I’ll just have to read and judge for myself 03o

    • trepdm

      It’s definitely an interesting ending. Overall I enjoyed the series, but it wasn’t one of my favorites.

  • Jesús Manuel Pérez Rovallo

    I am currently reading “The Great Gatsby” by F. Scott Fitzgerald; and I would like to participate in the Giveaway 🙂

  • Midnightmoon

    I am currently reading the Symphony of Ages series by Elizabeth Haydon. Loving it so far!

  • Shawn Marshall

    I am currently reading The Revenge of Seven in the I am Number Four series. All of the books so far have been great. I recommend this series to others.

  • Briar Duclos

    I just finished reading “Discovery of Witches” the first book in the “All Souls Trilogy”. It is about Diana Bishop, a witch who is a historian of Alchemy, and Matthew de Clairmont, a vampire who is a genetisist and biochemist. It is an extremely addicting read even if it can be a bit “sciency”

  • Érica Garcia

    I’m reading “Perfume: Story of a Murderer” by Patrick Süskind.

  • Caren Smith

    I’m currently reading ” Great Expectations” by Charles Dickens and I just finish the wonderful Harry Potter series by JK Rowling. Next up in my queue is rereading the Gone series by Michael Grant.

  • Nicole Van Kooten

    I am reading “Shipbreaker” by Paolo Bacigalupi and a Steven King book with “Carrie”, “Salem’s Lot” and “The Shining” in it. I have read many other books as well. I once read 8 books over on summer!

  • John J Wallace

    I read Who Censored Roger Rabbit by Gary Wolf. It is the book which the cartoon is very very loosely based on. It was interesting to see just how different it was.

  • Sherry Tew

    I am reading The Silkworm by Robert Galbraith.

  • Avanko

    I’ve just finished reading Doctor Sleep by Stephen King and am currently reading the third Darkness Becomes Her book. I will be reading the book Shipwrecker next once my sister has finished with it.

  • Julia Barros

    Hello! I’m reading The Alagaësia Guide, Sherlock Holmes and How To Train Your Dragon… I’m a biiiiig fan of The Inheritance Cycle!!! I believe one of the most passionate of Brazil… I love it!!!

  • Kyle

    Working my way through the Halo books currently, as well as some stuff a good friend of mine has recently whipped up.

  • Liam

    In the past couple of months I have read Harry potter series and the Eragon series again not sure what to start next

  • Kayla West

    Currently reading a science fiction pick, Pendulum. It is book two in the Neumarian Chronicles by Ciara Knight. After that, I have quite a few fantasy novels on my to read list.

  • Evan Logan

    Reading The Colour of Magic by Terry Prachet (think that’s how ya spell it). Really enjoyed his later books in the disc world series and so far this one is a nice reminder of D&D. 😀

    • Rachel

      That’s an excellent book! I read it a few years back and really enjoyed it. Prachett has such a wicked sense of humor. If you are interested, there is a movie based on the book. It is just as funny as the book; and Sean Astin from Lord of the Rings plays Twoflower.

      • Evan Logan

        Made my night. THANK YOU. 😀 That is what I’m doing with my evening. IMDB says Christopher Lee plays Death so the epicness has been multiplied. Really appreciate this.

  • Geoff Cahill

    Reading the revenge of 7

  • Fernando Jimenez

    i want that book!!!!!

  • Angelica Joy Armlin-Sorgen

    Thinking of finally reading Lord of the Rings, but almost done with Four by Veronica Roth.

    • Kayla West

      I have also been thinking of finally reading Lord of the Rings. I cannot wait to finally crack open my huge copy of all three books and delve into the magical world I have loved forever!

    • Anne

      you should, I will say, I tried reading it when I was 14 and it was pretty tough turns out you can be ‘ too young’ for books, but then I re-read them when I was 17 and it was really amazing 🙂 Hope you enjoy it as much as I have

  • Dragonasker

    I’m reading Fool’s assassin’s by Robin Hobb.

  • Josiah Newcomb

    Currently reading Quicksilver by Neal Stephenson, and am enjoying it thoroughly. I also read Seconds by Bryan Lee O’Malley, which is an excellent read. If you liked Scott Pilgrim, you should try Seconds.

  • muir0007

    Prince of Thrones! SO awesome!

  • eric munson

    Currently reading words of radiance by Brandon Sanderson. This is from the storm light archive series.

  • Annalise manning

    Am I the only one who wants them to redo the movie???? I mean, I’ve read the bookstore than three times and it’d be nice to see who they cast.

    • Anne

      yea I agree completely!!! They couldn’t even move on from the 1st movie and do eldest because they left out so much stuff that becomes important in the 2nd movie!!!

      • Olivia Crouch

        Oh my gosh that is my main problem with that movie!!! I was like well, they screwed up so bad they couldn’t continue if they wanted to. If Eragon was ever redone correctly, my life would be complete.

        • Annalise manning

          Omg I know exactly what you mean! But if they did they should ask readers about who should play who and what scenes can be left out and stuff like that.

          Plus they already have remade every single movie and are running out of books to make into movies, it’s about time they redid Eragon. I would wait in line for days to see it.

    • Martín Duarte

      I also want a new movie of Eragon!!!
      But Brom HAS TO BE Jeremy Irons! :3

    • Mina

      OMG I want them to redo the movie too!!! I created this petition- if you want you can sign it and/or spread it round so more people will see it. Please help 🙂 Thanks

      • Annalise manning

        Signed and sealed! I hope you reach your goal! Have you check out Paolini’s twitter(you prob have), i know he is very active on it and you might be able to get his attention on there 😀 good luck!

        • Mina

          Thank you so much! sorry for the late reply 🙂

  • HaNaga

    Im reading “Dragon Keeper” by Carole Wilkinson, a trilogy about a slave girl in China who runs away from her cruel master with an equally neglected old imperial dragon, who has a “stone” he wants to get to Ocean.

    This trilogy is my favorite dragon series besides Eregon. Wilkinson did her research, infusing a lot of ancient Chinese history and mythos, making it a very interesting world to explore. Its also very intense, the dragon is constantly in danger from poachers, desperate villagers and a dragon hunter who is the main villain. In later books it’s a necromancer. Ping (the slave girl) is a very relatable character without being too bland, and you really get sunk into the emotion of her struggles.

    If you love dragons but haven’t read a lot of stories about east Asian dragons, and like reading about history, I highly recommend this series.

    • HaNaga

      Uhg, “Eragon” sorry I just missed correcting that one.

    • Kayla West

      That sounds like an amazing series. Totally wishlisting it.

  • Dan Johnson

    I am currently reading the spooks apprentice curses and the sword of shanara one on kindle the other in hardback

  • Scott Benoit

    Think I am going to do a re-read, my daughter just read my books, she loved them.

  • Jay

    Currently reading the Revenge of seven (book 5 of lorien legacies) can’t wait for blood of olympus

  • Kevin

    I am currently re reading the Joe ledger series by Johnathon maberry. Such a good series for anyone who like sci go and cop action thriller books. The first books about zombies if you like them as well.

  • Adam Wilson

    Currently I’m reading the Inheritance Cycle again. I’ve loved these books since I first read them 9 years ago.

  • JonnyBoy

    I just started reading Lord Of Chaos by Robert Jordan. He can be a bit wordy at times but it is an absolutely amazing story.

  • Nicole Aneziri

    i’m reading these days the first book of game of thrones series (as more known) or more correctly a song of ice and fire series!!!!!!!!!! 🙂 it’s pretty good until now but the inheritance cycle is LIFE!!!!!!! <3

  • Rachel

    I’m re-reading Brisingr at the moment (because why not) but I’m also delving into Cressida Cowell’s children’s books that inspired the How to Train Your Dragon films. If you haven’t seen them, dragon lovers, then do it soon! They are brilliant and, I believe, brilliant for all ages. The books are simplistic of course because they are aimed at children and yet I find myself enjoying them, probably simply because they are about dragons.

    • Olivia Crouch

      That second movie though! It was so wonderful. Absolute best cartoon movie I’ve seen in a very long time. Can’t quite touch Disney classics, but it was on up there.

  • Tucker King

    I’m currently reading the “Wheel of Time” novels by Robert Jordan. Excellent read!

  • Rafael

    I have just read the “The Saxon Stories” books! I very recommend!

  • Kenny

    Recently started Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Pretty good but Eragon will probably always be my favorite ever since 4th grade.

  • C

    Just finished Ready Player One by Ernest Cline, and I’m now going through the Scorch Trials by James Dasher. They still aren’t as good as the Inheritance Cycle though!

    • Evan Logan

      Ready Player One put forth such an awesome idea. All the classic references throughout were fantastic.

  • ohainana

    I am reading the second Maze Runner book (and loving every second of it)

  • Dorcas Bonner Buckley

    Currently reading The Lion, The Witch, And the Wardrobe By C. S. Lewis!

    • Mina

      OMG ME TOO!!!

  • andyroo1256

    Well funnily enough, I’m actually indulging in some inheritenve cycle fan fictions! It so amazing to see people dedicating their love of novels to a story of their own. Some of them are quite good and whoever is close with Christopher Paolini should recommend them to him. You’ll find one or two disgusting ones once in a while but some of them are intensively intricate and often contain things such as alternative endings, personality adaptations andbnew characters 😉

    • Olivia Crouch

      Can you put a link on here of some of your favorites?? I’ve been trying to find good ones but I just can’t seem to get any. The last one I read was decent, but the characters (especially Arya) were a bit out of character.

      • andyroo1256

        They are always all out of character, thats the frustating part, I highly recommend writing your own or finding a like-minded friend you can write one with. In this way the areas where you may lack motivation your friend may have great aptitude in or vice versa. But no, I dont have any specific names as people do tend to butcher the authenticity of the characters. Good luck looking 😉

        • Olivia Crouch

          Thanks! Haha I do have an aspiring author as a friend. She hasn’t read the series yet is the problem. She’s on the second book now, though. So hopefully I’ll be able to do that. Thanks for the good luck!

          • andyroo1256

            Hehe lovely, although feel free to email me at [email protected] if your friend never reads the books 🙂

  • Vinícius Correard

    i’m currently reading the fellowship of the ring by the legend JRR Tolkien. I’m wanting to read another books like Narnia and Tintenherz

  • Πλακα Kανεις

    8(eight) still reading

  • Kaysie Davis

    I’m currently reading lisanne Normans turning point. It’s a fantastic series with aliens, space travel and psychics.

  • Stephanie Speagle

    I’m reading two books: The Republic by Plato, and On a Wild Night by Stephanie Laurens.

    The Republic is interesting, and is more a read for curiosity’s sake than anything else. While sometimes the writing/publishing format is confusing (there are really no quotation marks, and very few clear indications of who has said what; at least in my copy), the book has a lot of interesting points. It’s definitely a book that makes you think.

    On a Wild Night is a romance novel set in Victorian era England. I’ve gotten really interested in the Victorian era, and it’s about the tenth book I’ve read set in this period. Majority of the books have been romance, so they have included the social aspects of the “ton,” which was the name for Britain’s high society ( It’s just been interesting to read.

  • Justin1369

    Finally reading more of the Lord of the rings series! I can’t believe I haven’t. Lazy!

  • Vinícius Correard

    im missing eragon 🙁

  • tecko

    I am reading The godfather 🙂

  • Angeleye005

    Currently reading Legends of the Dragonrealm by Richard A Knaak

  • Leila V.C.

    I’m currently reading The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien. An awesome book!
    Also i’m reading The Alchemyst: The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel by Michael Scott, seems like a good book. The history is interesting from the beginning.

    • trepdm

      The Alchemyst is actually a pretty good series. Lots of history facts/info which I found interesting.

  • Rosangela Dowe

    Hello everyone!

    I’m currently reading 2 books, “A Dance With Dragons” by George R. R. Mantin and “A Menina Que Roubava Livros”, the Portuguese version of “The Book Thief” by Markus Zusak.

    The Dance with Dragons is a fantasy story situated in Westeros, a land where people are fighting for ruling and having power.

    The Book Thief is about the life of a girl in Germany during the second world war. I loved the story because it presents the facts from the Germans point of view. It’s been quite interesting because I could see two different sides of the same event, as my mother lived the war during her childhood in Italy.

    I recommend both of them!!!

    • andyroo1256

      Is the dance with dragons anyrhing like the inheritance series?

      • Rosangela Dowe

        The story of A Song of Ice and Fire takes place in a
        fictional world, a continent called Westeros but also on a large landmass to
        the east, known as Essos. Most of the characters are human but as the series
        progresses other races are introduced, such as the cold and menacing Others
        from the far North and fire-breathing dragons from the East, both races thought
        to be extinct. There are three principal storylines: a civil war for control of Westeros between
        several competing families; the rising threat of the Others who dwell beyond an
        immense wall of ice that forms Westeros’ northern border; and the journey of
        Daenerys Targaryen, the exiled daughter of a king who was murdered in another
        civil war fifteen years previously and now seeks to return to Westeros and
        claim her rightful throne. As the series progresses, all three storylines
        become increasingly interwoven and dependent on each other.

    • Olivia Crouch

      The Book Thief is one of my favorites!! Love how Zusak created a unique style of writing with that book.

      • Rosangela Dowe

        It’s really amazing!!! I’m enjoying it a lot!!!

  • Casey Haight

    I’m currently reading the Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan. It is an amazing series of books! It consists of 14 books so the story is so intricate and complex! There are many twists and curveballs that keep you reading! I can’t wait for more of Brandon Sanderson’s Stormlight Archive books to come out!

  • Robert Swann

    I am currently reading 2 book series. “The Rangers Apprentice” by John Flanagan, and “The Lost Hero” by Rick Riordan which is a squeal to the Percy Jackson series which is also good. I recomend the Rangers Apprentice and the Lost Hero series to all who are looking for action, and adventure, as well as some mystery. And if you have the time I also suggest reading the Percy Jackson series for it to is full of action, adventure, and a little bit of mystery as well.
    Of these 2 series the 2 most recent books that I have finished of them are, Rangers Apprentice book 12, and in the Lost hero series I have finished, “The Son of Neptune”.
    Book 12 of the Rangers Apprentice series is about Will ( if you have read some of this series, you will know who he is) who has grown up and his wife had been killed, and he becomes depressed and obsessed with finding the man responsible, and in order to get his mind off this, the order he works for gives him an apprentice that he goes on adventures with and enjoys having around. Again this series was full of adventure and action as well as mystery and I recommend it to all who are interested in that kind of reading.

    The Son of Neptune which is part of the Lost Hero series, is about Percy Jackson form the Percy Jackson series, but he has lost his memory and wakes up finding himself being chased by Medusa’s sisters, and he soon finds his way to a Roman Camp for Half bloods, not a Greek camp ( and for those of you that have read the Percy Jackson series, you all know that Percy is Greek not Roman). But in this, Percy finds himself with 2 new friends, and goes on a quest to get his memory back and find out what happened to him, and along the way they encounter many monsters and other trials. And so I say again, I recommend this book to all who are interested in action, adventure, and mystery.

  • Tyler Macintyre

    I have been reading The Winter King by Bernard Cornwell, a piece of historical fiction discussing a de-legendized King Arthur.

  • HeyJude Belálvarez

    I have just finnished Inheritance a few minutes ago, I cryed like Ismira!! I love this series and I’d read it again but I have a lot of books to read from now on. I am starting El Don del Lobo (I think that it should mean The Wolf Gift) by Anne Rice and I have high expectations about it! I read Christopher’s gratitudes in the spanish version of Inheritance and I decided to search this web site on the internet, hoping that it was as good as I imagined. And this is amazing! In fact, thanks to you i recognised that today is Brisingr’s BD!! I am really enjoying this site, thank you again 😉

  • Javier Adragna

    Yo actualmente estoy leyendo “La pirámide roja”, de Rick Riordan. Es el primer libro de la serie “Las crónicas de Kane”. Es una serie de aventura y fantasía, que consta de tres libros y esta basada en la mitología egipcia. Esa serie me gusta mucho, pero no tanto como La herencia. Además acabo de terminar de leer El ciclo la herencia por sexta vez.
    Me gusto mucho el comienzo del libro propuesto por “Reskareth”. También coincido con “Ashley Winters” en el comentario que hizo a la publicación de “christos855 “.
    Aliento a todos los que todavía no hayan leído la serie la herencia a que lo hagan, ya que es la mejor que he leído, y he leído muchas.
    Pido perdón si este texto posee algún error, ya que ha sido traducido con Google Traductor, porque no me llevo muy bien con el Inglés… Sin embargo, visito diariamente esta página web y la traduzco manualmente entrando a la página del traductor.

    I’m currently reading “The Red Pyramid” by Rick Riordan. It is the first book in the series “The Kane Chronicles”. It is a series of adventure and fantasy, consisting of three books and is based on Egyptian mythology. I love that series, but not as much as heredity. Also I just finished reading The cycle inheritance for the sixth time.
    I really liked the beginning of the proposed “Reskareth” book. I also agree with “Ashley Winters” in the comment he made to the publication of “christos855”.
    I encourage all who have not yet read the series inheritance to do so because it is the best I have read, and I read a lot.
    I apologize if this text has an error, as it has been translated with Google translator because I do not get along very well with English … However, I visit daily this website and manually entering translate webpage translator.

  • Kerry

    im reading Brisingr actually. Its funny that i should be reading that book now.

  • Nadia

    i’m currently reading brisingr! 😀

    • Javier Adragna

      Muy buena elección de libro Nadia!
      No dejes de leer la serie. Mi libro favorito es el último…

      Very good choice of book Nadia!
      Do not stop reading the series. My favorite book is the latest …

    • Leila V.C.

      Good choice!! ;D

  • Diego Alejandro Rincon

    Only five days for the revealing of the winner, yay.

  • Stefanie

    I’m currently reading Wild: from lost to found on the Pacific Crest Trail by Cheryl Strayed. I love reading about real-life adventures as well as fantasy ones, and have been pleasanly surprised by this book. Don’t buy all the hype about it, just take it on its own merits.

  • Tobias Jägebratt

    I’m currently reading A dance with dragons in the A song of ice and fire series. Just trying to get through it before winds of winter comes out

    • andyroo1256

      Now is a dance with dragons like the inheritance series? Been searching for like-minded authors

      • Tobias

        No, no it’s not. But it’s worth a read anyway a great series. If you can read through someting that’s a little too information heavy in some parts.

        • andyroo1256

          Hehe I’ll hold you to that, and don’t worry bout information heavy lol, I think many of us having read lord of the rings 😉

  • Dakota Bernacki

    Currently I am reading Dragons of Winter Night. [Book 2 of the Dragon Lance series] It is definitely more of just an adventure book but the series has a very interesting back story to it; which I’m sad to say is one of the few thing that is keeping me interested in the series. I am also reading Democracy in America by Alexis de Tocqueville. I have found this to be very a insightful book about our early political system from an outsiders view.

  • Reskareth

    I got an new idea for a book i could write. The world is suffering under overpopulation. The humans have to resettle on a new planet, but only the rhich and important people can do this. The other part of the population have to remain on the earth, in dirt and dust. But that wasn’t enough. The government demanded that the people who still live on earth have to export the resources to the new planet. But the humans resisted. Rebellions arised. But the goverment hit back. The shot rockets into the atmosphere. The rockets were loaded with drugs which are stealing the people the emotions. Now there are no more feelings in this world, all people are docile worker. But who am i? I’m Arvelle. My immune system fought against the drug and banished it out of my body. And now? I’m living in an emotionless world. I know how unfair the system is, but all other don’t know and can’t know it. I would like to do something against the goverment, but how? I’m alone. This thought drove me almost into madness, until i meet a man who changed my destiny forever…

    So, this i my idea to a new novel. I hope you’ve understood my text, my english isn’t the best and i’m sorry for that. If some of you like this idea, let it know me and write it into the comments please 🙂

    • HeyJude Belálvarez

      I think you had a good idea. But it seems to me like a mix of Wall-e and elysium hahaha

    • andyroo1256

      Hahaha you’re not supposed to tell us! What if someone steals it?

  • Cormac O’Donovan

    I am currently rereading the (now unfortunately non canon) Star Wars: Republic Commando series by Karen Traviss. I’m currently on the third book of the series which is called True Colors. The first book in the series is a rough read but the subsequent books are pretty fantastic. I definitely recommend the series to anyone who is looking for a story that humanizes the clones better than the animated series. I’m planning on wading my way through all 5 GoT books once again to pick up on details that I may have missed the first time around.

  • Daniel-elda

    I’m currently reading Brisingr for the second time!!!
    Thought I should have a read of the books again after a serious longing for an emotional rollercoaster!

  • Finwer

    Anyone have read the FableHaven or the Artemis Fowl series? Some good friends recommended them to me and I want to hear more opinions about them.

    • Cormac O’Donovan

      The Artemis Fowl series is brilliant as I remember. It is definitely skewed towards a younger audience, but the themes get significantly more adult as the series goes on. I would definitely recommend the series. The series is long in terms of the number of books, but you could definitely finish the entire thing in under a month.

    • Cormac O’Donovan

      I would also recommend both the Inkheart and the Pendragon series if you have not yet already read them.

    • Clara_WolfSong

      FableHaven is really good I read it a few years ago. Artemis Fowl is AMAZING I read it last year and it was VERY good 🙂

  • Laura Clayton

    I’ve just finished reading Steelheart by Brandon Sanderson. People with superpowers but who definitely aren’t superheroes. Loved it and I can’t wait for the next book Firefight.

  • Jakub

    I’m reading Eragon for the second time. I love this book, I’ve cried at the end of the book IV. I’ve to read it again, and then, probably again! 😀

    • Finwer

      Till I finished the 4th book,I wouldn’t re-read any book,but after finished it I finally saw why people enjoy to re-read books so much 🙂

    • Reskareth

      I hope so much that Christopher write some more book over the world of eragon

  • Ondřej Pohl

    Right now I am reading Eragon for the 4th time. First time I read it in my mother language – czech, second and third time I read it in english and now I am reading a japanese version of this awesome book 🙂

  • Marina

    I’ve recently finished reading “The Diamond of Darkhold” – the last in The Books of Ember series by Jeanne DuPrau and I must say I absolutely loved it! 🙂

  • Gannon Wallace

    I am reading JRR Martins’s A Game of Thrones. Specifically A Dance of Dragons. Very good series.
    Bit mature though. Very in depth. Martin creates his own world and highly develops MANY characters. Each chapter deals with a new character. Comparable to Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings.

  • Kadry

    I’m reading Eragon for 3rd time right now, because i just like it so much 🙂

  • Dayra Paola Manzur

    Right now I’m reading the Dexter series by Jeff Lindsey (I’m on book two) and waiting for Rick Riordan’s last Heroes of Olympus book, The Blood of Olympus, to come out.

    • Marina

      I’m a fan of Rick Riordan as well! I assume you’ve already read The Percy Jackson series, but have you also read any of The Kane Chronicle books?

      • Dayra Paola Manzur

        Yeah, they’re amazing! I’m only on book two, though, since I’m waiting to finish the Greek/Roman series first, but I do love The Kane Chronicles! Sadie is just brilliant.

    • Finwer

      Each time I ask someone about the Heroes of Olympus series,they all say “I wait for the new book to come out” After I finish a couple of books I will for sure read HoO 😀

  • Leilani Fam

    I’m reading ‘This star won’t go out’ right now. I am also rereading the entire Percy Jackson and the Olympians book series. One of the best series ever.

    • Marina

      I know, right? Our dear “Uncle Rick” really knows how to write a good story (and an agonizing cliffhanger :D)! Have you also read any of The Kane Chronicle books?

  • Neil Tressler

    I’m rereading the whole inheritance cycle at the moment as I found it so good the first time

  • Ashley Winters

    The book that I’m reading is “The Batman Handbook” by Scott Beatty. It isn’t a advance reader book, but more of a relaxing, hilarious book. It was wrote in 2005, and uses the real world approach (FBI agents, stuntpersons, marital artists, geologists, etc) to become and understand Batman, who has many different weapons physically and mentally. It has so many impossible, but possible, ways that a regular person, if you put your whole life and mind into the realm and have the money to spend, who knows, maybe we will have the next “real world Batman”.

  • Rodolfo Menegari

    It’s hard to tell you guys just one good book, including the fact that I’ve read a lot of good books. But I will sugest the one that I am actually reading, like this site demand us!
    The finalist is “The Court of the Air”, the best Steampunk book ever! Stephen Hunt makes you get inside in a adventure with two teens, that are in big trouble because of their blood, their powers. Inside a country that is falling of corruption and “new ideas”, those guys will face lots of enemys, with guns that could kill a whale in one second! But, in the same line, they will have the help of many friends, made from meat or iron. Who will survive at this Steampunk adventure?

  • Christopher Majava

    Ive got a lot of time on my hands since surgery, im reading NPCs, the Airel Saga, The Hobbit, and the Dresden Files. Also, Im listening to Star wars Rebels: a new dawn while I’m recovering from surgery.

    • Ashley Winters

      Is the Star Wars Rebels: A new dawn, after the sixth movie? Or is it before the movie series?

      • Christopher Majava

        The Rebels series is going to be Right as the Empire is taking over. The book I’m listening to is taking place just a few months after Revenge of the Sith.

  • Sarah McQuade

    I’m sure others will put this down as their book, but I’m reading the Divergent trilogy. It’s an awesome story of the main character, Tris, finding her place in a world divided into factions. There’s lots of action, a little romance, and lots of hard choices and circumstances for the characters. It’s similar to the Hunger Games but it is NOT the same as those books. It’s better.

    • Mina

      I hope you still think the same about it when you finish the trilogy 🙂

  • Audrey

    I am reading A Spell for Chameleon!

  • Ashlyn Keil

    I’m reading Cinder by Marissa Meyer!

  • I<3Books

    Rereading Laini Taylor’s Daughter of Smoke and Bone. 😀

  • Brittney Bernard

    Rereading the Percy Jackson and the olympians series and the heroes of olympus series by Rick Riordan.

    • Ashley Winters

      I have yet to touch the Percy Jackson series, but people say they are good. Yet they will have to wait until I finish the seven on my list. =D

      • Marina

        They certainly are! I also highly recommend The Kane Chronicle series also by Rick Riordan! 🙂

      • Brittney Bernard

        It’s a great series to read. I hope you get around to it! 😀

  • Olivia Sounders

    Currently I’m reading The Bartimaeus Trilogy: Book Two- The Golem’s Eye.

    • Gannon Wallace

      Good books!

  • christos855

    iam reading sherlock holmes books

    • Ashley Winters

      I LOVE Sherlock Holmes!!!!!!! I read the big book with all the Sherlock Holmes stories. Never got old at all, will always be my favorite mystery series!

  • Machelle Garcia

    I am reading Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen!

    • Ashley Winters

      Haven’t read that one in a long time, need to reread it. Classic but good!

    • trepdm

      Such a wonderful novel! Jane Austen really was ahead of here time.

  • Marc De Ford

    im reading a song of ice and fire by George R.R martin i have not watched the show because i want to visualize what the characters look like and set the sitting with my imagonation with the series before watching the tv show.

    • Ashley Winters

      I LOVE this series, just wish Georgie, would move along and get another book out, even though I have yet to finish #5. 😛

  • Inheritancelover

    I am reading the Harry Potter series I love the series I never thought it would be interesting and it is my favorite series after the Inheritance Cycle

    • Ashley Winters

      Wasn’t allowed to read this series growing up, and when I did, I could noteven make it past chapter two. I think I now have a different frame of mind, will have to reread the first two chapters.

      • Marina

        It’s definitely worth the try! This was the very first book series I fell in love with growing up and I feel it’s the one that really sparked my passion for reading!

  • I’m reading Slaves of Socorro (Brotherband Chronicles) by John Flanagan. His series is my second favourite behind the inheritance cycle!

  • Magnus

    I’m reading a quite unknown, norwegian, book, called “Taushetens tårn,” om not sertan if I wish to recomend that book, it wierd and about a man who is selling incurance policies. When his brother disapears, the americanpension fond breaks down and, in his head, America turns into a police and military controlled state, he struggeles to find his brother and does a lot of stupid decicions.
    It’s a stange book, which makes you think about the current situasion, but I’d say theres to many things that does not fit in and makes you get a bit tired.

  • Rereading the Hobbit, LOTR, and Foundations.

    • Ashley Winters

      Anyone that reads Tolkien, is my friend!

  • Arden Blue

    Right now I’m reading The Quick: A Novel and of course college textbooks… ;~) !

    • Ashley Winters

      Ahh… college textbooks… I remember thee well. =D Good luck!!

      • Arden Blue

        haha.. thank you! 🙂

  • Corbin (Valarynx) VanSon

    Right now I’m read eldest and probly ganna start brisingr tomarrow

    • Ashley Winters

      =D Happy dance!! Is this your first time through?

      • Corbin (Valarynx) VanSon

        Eight or nine

        • Cormac O’Donovan

          Very well done. The two of those are quite the pair. I love the character progression in Brisingr.

          • Corbin (Valarynx) VanSon

            Yes brisingr was probably my fave if not inheritence

      • Corbin (Valarynx) VanSon

        No ive read them quite the few times

  • Josh

    I just finished reading the Mistborn series by Brandon Sanderson. Its a great trilogy with a really cool magic system that everyone here should check out

    • Christopher Majava

      Its a great series. I highly recommend The Way of Kings and its sequel next.

  • Abby Abbzey Wright

    I’m reading more than one book at once but it’s Awakened from the House of Night series by P.C and Kristin Cast, Brisingr and Nightshade by Andrea Cremer. All very good books 🙂

  • Kate

    I’m currently reading “Crossroads of Twilight”, the tenth Wheel of Time book by Robert Jordan.

    • Morgan Vester

      Many has said that it was the worst wheel of time book, what is your opinion on it? I have only read the three first so far.

      • Kate

        I don’t think it’s the worst, but I may be biased because most of the POVs were the ones I find the most interesting. It certainly isn’t the best though. I’ve found the story to be dragging quite a bit over the past few books.

  • Scruffs

    Also, I’m reading the Dark Elf trilogy. It’s very different than stuff I’ve read before and super interesting.

  • chetan bharadwaj

    I am currently reading the dragon champion,its the first book of the age of fire series by E.E Knight.its about how a dragon hatchling whose mother just died in battle and he has lost all his siblings survives in a world which he knows nothing about.

  • Scruffs

    I’m reading The Omen Machine from the Sword of Truth Series. Also a fantasy novel.

  • Carolina

    Right now, i’m divided between Alagaesia, in amazing Eldest (I’m never too far from there, i’ve read more times than I can count), and Kurgala, where i’m about to enter through the door of O Espadachim de Carvão, a thrilling fantasy fiction from Affonso Solano – and more and more books are in my bedside desk, waiting to be read….

  • Evarinya

    I’m currently reading Dragon Spear by Jessica Day George. It’s the fourth book in its series, but I’m reading it first…it was a gift so I started it without having a chance to read the first one. 😛 Even though this isn’t the first book, I felt I could jump right in and from the first page I already loved all the characters and was interested in th story. If you want to start from the beginning of the series, read Dragon Slippers, but if you want a quick, fun, and engaging read with really likeable characters, read Dragon Spear. 🙂

  • Josh

    Harry Potter 7

  • Morgan Vester

    I’m reading the lord of the rings for the second time. It was many years ago since last time, back then I couldn’t fully appreciate it , but now I really enjoy it. I also reading the well of ascension by Brandon Sanderson. The first bok, Mistborn was a masterpiece!

    • Ashley Winters

      I haven’t read LOTR in years, I’ve watched the movies more, but once I find the time, and get through the seven books I have on my list, I would like to start in those again!

  • Conner Theroux

    I am currently reading the first lord of the rings book, but I haven’t been able to read it in some time.

    • Morgan Vester

      what do you think about it? It’s quiet different from the films.

      • Conner Theroux

        Yeah, so far, it’s much different. I haven’t gotten very far, but about half the book that I’ve read hasn’t been in the movie.

        • Ashley Winters

          I remember watching the last movie, and then reading the books. Sucked that I knew the ending before I understood the beginning.

  • Pennyfeather

    I’m currently reading “No Plot? No Problem!” by Chris Baty. It’s a companion to starting out National Novel Writing Month and I’m an aspiring author. The writing style is extremely engaging and it’s hard to put down!

  • claq

    I’m reading outlander at the moment. Really great book.

  • djenne

    at the moment I am reading some sci-fi; Proxima, by Stephen Baxter and the Long Earth series by Stephen Baxter and Terry Pratchet. Both books are amazing, even for people who usually don’t enjoy sci-fi; These are the books that got me into sci-fi.

  • Jessica Crack

    I’m currently reading the final Skulduggery Pleasant book: The Dying Of The Light. Before that was Theft of Swords, which is an omnibus containing the 1st two books in the Riyria Revelations by Michael J. Sullivan. Its in the fantasy genre like Inheritance and is really good, but I cant wait for more from Paolini! 🙂

  • Gunnar Goodlow

    I am currently re-reading The Dark Tower Series, by Stephen King, as well as The Song of Ice and Fire Series, by George R.R. Martin. Both of these series have an epic scope that interact with many people, places, and themes over the course of the series, and they both have huge entertainment value.

    • Ashley Winters

      I have yet to read “The Dark tower” series. Doesn’t seem to interesting from what I’ve read in samples. Might have to try, I love Stephen King.

  • Concetta Vecchione

    I just finished the “Hunger Games” series… I hated it. I loved the “Inkheart” trilogy though! And of COURSE <3 "The Inheritance Cycle!!" I went to all the book openings in my city <3

    • Luana

      Love the Inkheart trilogy too! I’ve not finished the third yet, though

      • Concetta Vecchione

        Enjoy! “Inkspell” is my personal favorite but “Inkdeath” was very good too! There are just so many amazing characters!

    • Evarinya

      I looooovvveeed the Inkheart Trilogy! I read all three and the third, Inkdeath, was BY FAR my favorite! I’d definitely recommend those for anyone who has a passion for beautifully written fantasy and amazing characters. 😀

      • Concetta Vecchione

        Yes! I agree. The characters are stunningly well rounded! (Especially Dustfinger and Mo.) I think the second one might be my favorite though.

        • Evarinya

          Haha yes! And the second one was definitely amazing 🙂

    • Scruffs

      omg, you hated the hunger games? those were great

      • Concetta Vecchione

        I did. Unfortunately, I couldn’t stand the main character! I found her so victimizing, selfish, reluctant, indecisive and at some points even cowardly. She was not the strong feminine role model they make her out to be in the movies. I was disappointed.

    • Mina

      I have read Inkheart, should I read the rest of the series? Is it worth it? Are they as good as the first book??

  • Ren

    I am reading Lord of the Rings (the third) and Game of Thrones again. They are such great books!

  • kaylalynn10

    I’m reading he harry potter books for the first time. Also reading “how we got the bible”. It covers topics on translation, the sort of writing utensils used, and the long meticulous process of copying the entire bible. It pretty fascinating.

  • Stefan

    At the moment i´m reading all 7 books of Harry Potter!

  • Ian

    I’m currently reading the 10th anniversary edition of Eragon, almost near the end as well just before I was reading Inheritance!!!

  • Marianna Rainolter

    I’m currently reading The naughty girls book club and after it I’m goofing to read A song of ice and fire 😉

  • Agostina Nizi

    I’m reading Game of Thrones. It isn’t the Inheritance cycle, but it has dragons and adventure, so they are really good. And I just finished the last book of The Maze Runner saga, which is amazing. Everyone should read those books.

    • Scruffs

      yep, the maze runner was amazing. The ending kinda drove me crazy tho

    • Morgan Vester

      Glad to see that there is so many that read the song of ice and fire, The tv serie has made it really mainstream, but it deserves it!

  • Celestine

    As my second to last high school exams are hurtling towards me, I have been rereading ‘Chemistry for WA 2’, by Peter and Cherie Lewis.The revious book, ‘Chemistry for WA 1’ and this book are both excellent sources of chemical knowledge for anyone seeking to learn about how substances interact, and how this affects our lives. Also, during my study breaks I read ‘Angela Carter’s Book of Fairy Tales’, a collection of folk stories, not for young children, from many of the world’s cultures.

  • I’m reading the Eldest…

  • Ollie

    I’m currently reading The color Purple by Alice Walker, quite different from what I usually read, so it’s a bit of a challenge 😉

  • Ferdinand Mann

    I’m currently reading: Terry Goodkind, Wizard’s First Rule

    • Scruffs

      Those books are epic, stick with it. you will love it if you loved eragon

  • Kimberley Stevens

    I’m rereading a book I wrote three years ago when I was inspired by Eragon. I’ve called it House of Fear and Freedom and i’m getting ready to start submitting it to agents and publishers. I highly recommend it 😉

    • Micki Drews Crillesen

      sounds good. Let us know when its out 🙂

  • KakaMighty

    Reading all four of the Eragon books for the 3rd time 😛

  • Micki Drews Crillesen

    I’m reading the wheel of time book 7 by Robert Jordan. It’s my second time reading it, but i’m just as baffled as i was the first time reading it. It’s a great series of books and worth the time reading. i’m also reading bram stoker’s Dracula, no use forgetting the oldies.

  • Lasse Carlsson

    I am in the middle of reading A Dance With Dragons by George RR Martin. I still don’t think, that it is as great as A Storm Of Swords, but it is probably the book in the series I have read the fastest. The characters are great, and their stories are as amazing as always and I feel that every chapter contains something relevant for the story, which makes it very exciting and fun to follow. GRRM is definetely a master of modern fantasy and his world contains a realism that you find in very few fantasy worlds (Eragon being another of the rare few).

    • Morgan Vester

      I agree, The third book is probably the most popular as well. Perhaps of a certain incident?

      • Lasse Carlsson

        Yes but The Red Wedding was just ONE great part out of an amazing experience! I ate up the final 400 pages like with no other book before!

  • Jordan Moltzan

    I currently reading Brisingr for the 7th time. I love the series SO much. Also, I am reading a book called Part of the Pride, by Kevin Richardson. This book is about a man who got a job at a lion sanctuary in Johannesburg, South Africa, and eventually was literally a part of the lion’s pride. He could cuddle with them, play with them, and even steal their food. I HIGHLY recommend it. Also, if your son/daughter wants to read it, you should read it first so you can decide whether it is appropriate or not. It isn’t too bad, though. But it is truly an amazing book.

  • Finwer

    I currently read “Dragon Rider” by Cornelia Funke. Even if it pretty much a kids book,I can tell you that I really enjoyed it even at the age of 14. I totally recommend it if you like the Inheritance Cycle!

    • Jordan Moltzan

      On a scale of 1-10, with 10 being really close to the Inheritance cycle, how close is it?

      • Celestine

        This book is in a very different style to the fantasy in the Inheritance Cycle. I did not find it as good, perhaps a 5 on your scale. Perhaps you might try the TimeRiders series, by Alex Scarrow. It is more in a sci-fi genre, but is very intriguing, and I think it compares well to thr Inheritance Cycle.

        • Jordan Moltzan

          Thanks, but I did actually read the TimeRiders series.

      • Jessica Crack

        If you want something close to eragon, you could check out septimus heap. or if you want something a little older Riyria Revelations is amazing.

    • Evarinya

      I read Dragon Rider too! I also loved it; you can tell that the type of fantasy is a little different from what I think most people are used to, the culture it’s based on is different. I still loved it, it was really memorable 🙂

  • Nisa de Jager

    Reading Eragon again, also busy with under the dome from stephen king, and mistress of the empire from reimond e feist..

  • Andi

    I’ve just finished the most recent part of Lorien Legacies and still don’t know what to read next, hope to find some good recommendations here !

  • Johnathan Vonderhaar

    I am reading the dresden files series, the black company series, and the maze runner series

  • Piet van Tiggelen

    The Exam by Joelle Charbonneau, from the Testing Trilogy and The Golden Compass, from the Northern Light Trilogy. Great books, but I just reread Eldest, so I have a hard time switching from that world to those new worlds 😛

  • Тодор Иванов

    Currently reading The Sigma series of James Rollins. :))) Best thriller author ever :PP

  • Madison Byfield

    The original Sherlock Holmes short stories by Arthur Conan Doyle. Seriously worth a read, they’re brilliant! 🙂

    • Finwer

      Sherlock Holmes FTW!

    • Luana

      Those are in my want-to-read list 🙂

    • Evarinya

      Yes they are!

  • Matthew James Cuthbert

    Currently reading the Magician by Raymond E. Feist, a book I’ve been dying to read for four years. It has exceeded my expectations by far! Yet, best of all is that I will be meeting him in three days time.

    • Marina

      I’ve come across this title once before. Is it really worth reading?

  • Anna

    Catch 22 by Joseph Heller 😀 Black satire at its best

    • Sounds like somthing i could read! 🙂

  • Diego Alejandro Rincon

    The experience to read Eragon is amazing, you really fall in love with the characters and the writing style really catch your imagination. If you love Tolkien, you need to read The Inheritance Cycle.

  • I am currently reading the Karl May series. The books are quite old and they nearly fall apart, but the story remains the same. Got this books from my grandfather, who read them all as well.

    Also I am planning to read ‘Catcher in the Rye’, written by Salinger in 1951, because I’ve read a bit of the book and it got me wanting more and more just after reading the first page.

    Also the original version of the great Gatsby, written by Fitzgerald in 1925 is still waiting for me.

    I am still waiting for a fantasy book that will be just as fun to read as the eragon series, but up untill now I have not been that succesfull in finding one as good as Eragon. So I nearly can’t wait for the new book to come out from Paolini!

    • Finwer

      I also like to read my dad’s old cop books, Even if they are REALLY old,they are still good to read. 🙂

  • dalziel

    I’m reading the enemy by Charlie higson

  • Diego Alejandro Rincon

    I’m reading Eragon in Spanish, i really want to read it in english. I hope to win the mistery book box 😉 .

  • Psychedelicchic

    The Inheritance Cycle is absolutely my favorite book series to read. I’ve read them for 3 times because the story is just too good!!!! At the moment, I’m reading Les Miserablés by Victor Hugo ( Unabriged Edition ) and so far everything is good!

  • ZombieTabi

    I am currently Reading ‘Cell’ by Stephen King, ‘The Art of War’, and ‘Dead by Night’ by Jonathan Maberry.

  • Macy

    I’m currently rereading the Inheritance cycle again (can’t get enough of it!), but I recommend reading Ready Player One by Ernest Cline. It’s a science fiction novel set in 2044 about a severe energy crisis and how people take refuge in the OASIS, a massively-multiplayer online virtual reality simulation. The death of the OASIS’s creator, James Halliday, has died five years prior. Upon his death, the OASIS releases a video where he states his fortune and ownership of the OASIS will be awarded to the first person who finds an Easter egg Halliday has hidden behind three gates.

    • ZombieTabi

      Ready Player One is the BEST under appreciated book. I wish more people would read it!

      • Macy

        Yes it is. More people need to read it. It’s my second favorite, right after the Inheritance cycle.

  • Jericho

    I am an Asian Fan and i am still waiting for the BOOK V lol!

  • Adam Crow

    I just got down with two books “American Sniper” and “The Lone Survivor” now I’m actually reading Eragon(I just read the part where Eragon turned dirty into water and almost paid the costly price.

  • Blume VonDunkelheit

    Hi!, I’m reading Legend by Marie Lu, How to train your dragon (How to be a pirate) by Cressida Cowell, and a storm of swords by George R.R. Martin (I’m always reading more than one book, though never finish them all at the same time, anyway, Legend is yet another dystopia but it’s well written and easy to read, plus really exciting. I like the characters too.

    How to be a pirate is a book for kids, it’s really funny and quite different from the movie.
    And final A Storm of Swords, well it’s awsome, characters super complex and also the story, i like the writting although it’s not always easy to read, and a bit complicated with ALL characters, but it’s great


    • ZombieTabi

      I’d be curious to hear your thoughts on Legend. I read the trilogy recently, and there are precious few people I have had the opportunity to talk to about it. ^_^

  • Eric

    Skyship Academy is the series I’m catching up on right now, but progressing slowly. Let’s see how it goes.

    • Regnvær

      What is it about?

    • You got me curious 🙂 What is the series about?

  • Eric

    Currently trying to re-read the Ranger’s Apprentice series. So far, so good!

    • Regnvær

      Nice 🙂

  • Regnvær

    I am currently rereading Inheritance, Dragon Rider by Cornelia Funke, Eragon (out loud to my friend), Star Wars: The Crystal Star, and also I am rereading Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare! All of these are awesome books, people. These authors just light the pages with a sort of holy fire sometimes, you know? 🙂

    • Finwer

      Just finished Dragon Rider some time ago (as well as the Eragon books,of course) 😉

  • Alex

    just finished tonight readng “outlander” from Diana Gabaldon, will begin the second book “dragonfly in amber” tomorrow.

  • Arisa Benison

    I am on book nine of Ranger’s Apprentice. I recommend this to anyone interested in a bit of adventure… And guys! If you are looking for action, cliffhangers, longbows, knives, stealth and bravery, this is for you! You don’t have to read the whole series, either, if you don’t want to. I’m also waiting for the next Heroes of Olympus book, which I have to say is probably my favorite series after Harry Potter. I’m also waiting for the twelfth How to Train Your Dragon book—guys this is so you! It makes you laugh every time and you can stop or start on practically any book! These are all very fantasy -based books and are GEARED toward youth to middle school (but I think everyone should read them lol).

    • Regnvær

      I love Ranger’s Apprentice! Go you! I also adore the Heroes of Olympus. Is it just me, or is it taking forever for the next book to come out? 🙂

      • Finwer

        I heard a lot about Heroes of Olympus. Too bad that it is very hard to find it in my country 🙁

    • Marina

      Ranger’s Apprentice is one of the books on my list! Have you seen any of the How to Train Your Dragon movies? If you have could you tell me whether they are a good adaptation of the books?

      • Arisa Benison

        Actually they are not but I cannot decide if I better like the movies or the books. They have a clean separation where the idea of Hiccup learning to train dragons on Berk is the same, but they have totally different storylines. The movies have a more “epic” quality (in the books Hiccup doesn’t even fly a dragon until book 6 or 7), but the books focus more on him, and his “becoming a Hero the Hard Way.”

  • I am reading Brandon Sanderson’s The Way of Kings. I was hooked to high fantasy these days, and it started just because I gave Eragon a chance. As a young reader back then the book opened and paved the way to my liking to high fantasy books that just keeps on getting thicker and thicker as I grow older…

  • AJ

    Try reading The Iron Druid Chronicles, it is like Percy Jackson for adults with more action, funnier jokes and a great plot!

  • Dave

    I’m currently reading the book Deception Point by Dan Brown. The story is really great so far. I’ve just finished the first book of the trilogy The Heroes of Olympus by Rick Riordan.

  • Juani Vaño

    I’m reading Brisingr again. Maybe I’ll read The Iron King by Maurice Druon after I finish this.

  • Marco Antonio TL

    Just finished reading Wathcmen and been wanting to keep reading Alan Moore in his another classic “V for Vendetta”. Expectations on Paolini`s next book and the continue of Inheritance cycle. Also I`ve looking forward to the next book of King Killer Chronicle series.

  • Daniela

    I’m reading Inkspell by Cornelia Fünke, , it’s the second book of the Inkheart trilogy and really it’s amazing!!!, I really really liked the first one and this one so far, it’s just wonderfull

    • Regnvær

      The third one is the best! But (spoilers), you will cry.

    • Luana

      I love it! I know it as Ink Blood, though…

  • Emily

    At this moment I am reading DeathLands: Vengeance Trail by James Axler, which about a post-apocalyptic world that happened from a nuclear war in 2001. Eldest for the third time pretty sure I don’t need to explain this one, The Way of Shadows by Brent Weeks is about a boy who gets chosen to be an assassin, and A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess.. I don’t quite know how to explain this one.

  • missy

    i am reading a manga called Dengeki Daisy 🙂 its chapters pull at my heart strings. it addresses that ever lasting want for happiness even when we don’t feel like we deserve it. its so much more than a romance, its a taste of adventure and danger. what happens when we experience the loss of loved ones and the joy in finding new relationships with unexpected people in unexpected ways. this manga makes me laugh and cry. it is comical but is rather deep 🙂

    • Guest

      Yes!! I have to say Percy Jackson is beyond amazing. I have read those book like a million times, too!

  • Clara_WolfSong

    I’m currently re-reading Percy Jackson and the Olympians (for like the millionth time) But I recently read the Chaos Walking series by Patrick Ness and it was AMAZING one of the best series that I have read in a long time, if you like science fiction and fantasy you should definetly read it it AMAZING

    • Arisa Benison

      Yes!! I love Percy Jackson and have read it about a million times, too! Chaos walking…? I’ll have to give it a shot.

  • That One Guy

    I’m currently reading A Dance With Dragons (Book 5 of A Song of Ice and Fire series by George RR Martin (what Game of Thrones is Based on)). If you haven’t read the series, you should. It’s a bit dense but it’s an exciting read.

    I’m also picking my way through Eragon (for at least the 20th time), Sherlock Holmes (the leather-bound collection from Barnes and Noble), Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland, The Chronicles of Narnia, and a couple others I can’t think of the name of at the moment. All great reads and I would recommend them to anyone.

  • Angela Elise Kelley

    I am currently reading Dan Brown’s latest novel, Inferno. I am loving it, it’s just as good as his other Robert Langdon books: Da Vinci Code, Angels and Demons, and The Lost Symbol.

  • Linux Novice

    The Legend of Drizzt series and The Legend of Alundi. Both are of the Sword & Sorcery genre. Both are good up till now. Finished Drizzt series till the Siege of Darkness.

  • Tyler Manley

    I’m currently reading the bronze dragon codex while I wait for other books to come out. Inheritance cycle still remains my all time favorite and I own all the deluxe copies and the regular copies as well!

    • Jonathan Breckenridge

      I have a copy of the bronze dragon codex, I got it at a grade sale. I’ve looked for the other ones but I couldn’t find them, where did you get your copy?

      • Tyler Manley

        sorry it took a while to comment back. I got mine at a book store. I own all the other books too. I sort of hoard all the books I can get my hands on. If you have a book chances are I’ve read it already.

        • Jonathan Breckenridge

          have you read demonstorm by James Barcaly?

          • Tyler Manley

            Omg… I was literally just looking at that online nd thinking about buying it… 0_0 your a mind reader…

          • Tyler Manley

            I think fate just told me to buy it.

          • Jonathan Breckenridge

            Only in that minute

          • Tyler Manley

            hmm those last comments seem to have disappeared, to me at least anyways… If you seem them then ignore this. I was just looking at that book actually it looks good.

          • Jonathan Breckenridge

            I’ve been trying to find a copy of demonstorm for 2 years now, it’s the third book in the legends of the raven series, my library has the first 2 books but not the last 2, it’s been driving me crazy, but I do highly recommend reading the series, but start with the chronicles of the raven(dawnthife, noonshade, nightchild) before reading the legends of the raven( elfsorrow,shadowheart, demonstorm, Ravensoul ) for the legends of the raven is just a continuation of the chronicles. If you liked the inheritance cycle I think you will like this series, it’s got every thing a good fantasy should, magic, world changing battles, alternate detentions, dragons, shapchangers and a well written plot to boot.

  • Jerremy Chancey

    I am Currently Reading The Valhalla Call (On Silver Wings) by Evan Currie.

  • Natalie

    I’m reading A Game of Thrones by George RR Martin while simultaneously reading a butt load of books and excerpts for college! It’s so good though and hard to ignore even with tons of homework each night. I would definitely recommend it to all you Eragon fans out there!

    • trepdm

      Gotta love GOT! Awesome dragons in that series as well.

  • Eileen

    I am currently reading ‘Life of Pi’ by Yann Martel. I find that it is an unexpectedly insightful book that encompasses so much more than just a boy in a lifeboat with a tiger. To me, the book is an epic of Pi’s spiritual journey and has many thought-provoking aspects that I love. The story is so touching in so many ways I feel like I can actually understand this character who has so little in common with someone like me.

    • trepdm

      I truly enjoyed Life of Pi. It was, as you said, spiritual and thought-provoking.

      • Eileen


  • Jane Le

    I’m (re)reading The House of Hades by Rick Riordan. Since it’s hard to find a a copy in my own mother language, I have to read in English for the first time and it’s super frustrated that I went through the book without clear understanding about mythical and descriptive elements in the book as I was lazy to look them up in dictionary. But anyway, this book is awesome. I have to read again to remember the scenario until I get my 5th book of this series.

    • Clara_WolfSong

      I’m re-reading The lightening Thief right now I’m so excited for BOO but I’m also so sad because after this book there wont be any more 🙁

      • Arisa Benison

        Me too!!!!!! I have to ask: who is your favorite HOO character? Anyone else reading this is now commissioned to “go and do likewise”: read Heroes of Olympus!!

        • Guest

          I’m wondering if producers can afford filming all these books :)) Harry Potter can, The Hunger Games and even Twilight can, why not Inheritance and Percy Jackson (I mean the whole Heroes of Olympus series)

        • I like them all 😀 😀
          But the most adorable for me is Leo!
          The cutest relationship is also between Leo and Calypso, along with Frank-Hazel :p
          Can’t wait for BOO and even the movies. I want producers to film all these books, even Inheritance. Harry Potter, Twilight, the Hunger Games can, why not these?

          • Arisa Benison

            Leo is definitely my favorite, too!!

        • Clara_WolfSong

          I ADORE Leo and of course who doesn’t love PercaBeth and Nico :3

          • Arisa Benison

            HOW DID YOU READ MY MIND??

          • Clara_WolfSong

            BECASUE I’M PHYCIC nah I kid, but I’m glad you agree with me :3

    • Regnvær

      I love that book. I spent like an entire day reading it!

  • Josh

    I’m reading A Dance With Dragons, the fifth book in “A Song of Ice and Fire” series by George RR Martin. I’m sure a lot of you have seen the show Game of Thrones, but I highly recommend the books!!! They build such a rich world. Brings me back to the days of reading Eragon when it first came out.

  • Josh C

    Recently finished John Green’s An Abundance of Katherines and just started The Young World by Chris Weitz

  • Leonard Houha

    Well im reading a book im sure no one here has read; Brisingr. What a surprise right? Haha I would defiantly recommend it to all (if any here) have not read the book or any of the cycle for that matter. Nevertheless it is an amazing cycle and the books only get better and better till the last line on the last page of the last paragraph of the last chapter of the last book.

  • Eldunarí

    Beyonders Book 1: A World Without Heroes
    An awesome book about a kid that goes through a portal into a fantasy world that he has to save.

    Son of Neptune
    awesome book from the writer of the Percy Jackson books (actually, it
    technically is a Percy Jackson book) about a group of kids saving the
    world from an earth goddess.

    It’s so good that I have to read it a 2nd time!

    Just started it, so I’m not entirely sure what it’s about, but basically,
    it’s about a kid in a world of people who can control the elements, and
    he can’t control an element.

    Lord of the Rings
    Do I have to explain? I’m only on the second chapter, but it’s pretty cool.

    • Clara_WolfSong

      Beyonders is a good series I really liked it have you read Fablehaven too?
      I’m actually re-reading the entire Percy Jackson/ Hero’s of Olympus series right now so that I’m pumped up for BOO
      and LOTR that series is AMAZING sometimes it can drag on but push through because in the end you’ll be glad you did 🙂

      • Regnvær

        Fablehaven <3

    • Arisa Benison

      So…another Beyonder…I don’t know anyone reading this series but I’m halfway through the third book. Brandon Mull can be a little bland, but I could never quit because there is one character I love and can’t let go of…

      • Regnvær

        Ferrin? I had a crush on him as soon as I met him. Hehe

        • Arisa Benison

          Yeah he’s awesome…but I just finished the series yesterday and felt like I died…WHY does it have to be over so soon?!? I guess I’ll have to reread it

          • Regnvær

            I know!! I hate trilogies for that reason.

    • Regnvær

      Beyonders!!! Another fan IS out there somewhere!!! I love those books, but everyone I talk to about them has either never heard of them, or isn’t interested. 🙁 I love the last one the best!

  • Eldunarí

    Beyonders Book 1-A World Without Heroes
    An awesome book about a kid that goes through a portal into a fantasy world that he has to save.

    Son of Neptune
    awesome book from the writer of the Percy Jackson books (actually, it
    technically is a Percy Jackson book) about a group of kids saving the
    world from an earth goddess.

    It’s so good that I have to read it a 2nd time!

    Just started it, so I’m not entirely sure what it’s about, but basically,
    it’s about a kid in a world of people who can control the elements, and
    he can’t control an element.

    Lord of the Rings
    Do I have to explain? I’m only on the second chapter, but it’s pretty cool.

  • Eldunarí

    Beyonders Book 1-A World Without Heroes
    An awesome book about a kid that goes through a portal into a fantasy world that he has to save.

    Son of Neptune
    awesome book from the writer of the Percy Jackson books (actually, it
    technically is a Percy Jackson book) about a group of kids saving the
    world from an earth goddess.

    It’s so good that I have to read it a 2nd time!

    Just started it, so I’m not entirely sure what it’s about, but basically,
    it’s about a kid in a world of people who can control the elements, and
    he can’t control an element.

    Lord of the Rings
    Do I have to explain? I’m only on the second chapter, but it’s pretty cool.

  • Kobol

    I am reading The Silamarillion, The Lord of the Rings, Book 5(The Fires of Heaven) in The Wheel of Time series, The Scorcerers Ring books as they come out, The Legends of Dimming Woods series as they come out, and I’ve restarted The Song of Ice and Fire. And then whatever catches my fancy as I see it

    • Eldunarí

      I love the Lord of the Rings. Well, I think I do. I actually haven’t read them yet :P. I love the movies, and I’ve started reading it. But, only like the first two chapters, so I wouldn’t say I’ve read it.

  • Peyton Bennett

    Just finished re reading maze runner. About to go watch the movie in s few hours! Supersstoked!

    • Eldunarí

      I really want to read that, though I think I’ll probably see the movie first.

    • Clara_WolfSong

      AMAZING series though depressing at times 🙂 Me and my group of friends are going to see it on Sunday I just hope that they haven’t ruined it 🙁

    • Daniela

      Those books kept me awake for 4 hole days!!!!. I couldn’t spop reading!, the series is soooo amazing!!!

      I just hope the movie makes justice ^^

  • Heather Renner

    I am reading ‘Shiver’ by Maggie Steifvater. These books are fantastic romance books!!

  • chossenger

    Francis Hardinge’s novels are all great, but I’m really enjoying Gullstruck Island at the moment. Words fail me, so I won’t try to describe it, but the setting is amazing.

  • Diego Jarquin

    Well i am reading vortex by S.J Kincaid and it is pretty good and i am reading again (like the fourth time) all christopher’s books (eragon, eldest, brisingr and inheritance) pretty good books all of them

  • Meme

    I’m currently reading Storm Siren, the first of a series, by Mary Weber. I’ve just started, but so far, the in-book universe is very interesting. I’m also reading in my spare time The Fellowship of the Ring (JRR Tolkien) because – and it’s a shame to admit – I’ve never read it before! 🙁 Haha

    • Storm Siren by Mary Weber sounds like a very nice series of books to read! 🙂 I’ll keep it in mind, thanks!

  • Briana Baxley

    I recently read Incarceron by Catherine Fisher and absolutely loved it. It is set in the future, where a prison controls itself and people have to live as if they are in the middle ages, with a set regime of kings and queens. It is sci-fi and kind of steampunk.

    • Eldunarí

      Ha, I bought that book, for like, a dollar at Half Priced books. Actually, I bought it the same day I bought and started Eragon. I never really got into Incarceron, though.

  • Max Anderson

    I am currently reading The Broken Eye by Brent Weeks. It is the 3rd book in his Lightbringer series. I also suggest you check out his other series called The Night Angel Trilogy. Another series I have thoroughly enjoyed is the Kingkiller Chronicles by Pat Rothruss. If you enjoy medieval sci fi / fantasy you should definitely check these books out.

  • Martín Duarte

    I’m a bit weird, cause I’m reading a couple of books all at the same time xD

    * I’m reading “Inheritance” for the first time in English (I already read it like 50 times in Spanish)
    * Also I’m reading “It”, one of Stephen King’s horror tales (but I have to say that nothing compares to his Dark Tower saga, an epic journey with lots of adventure and suspense);
    * plus I’m ending the trilogy of the Mage Howl (Howl’s Moving Castle, Castle in the Air & House of Many Ways) from the british fantasy writer Diana Wynne Jones (which first book was adapted by Studio Ghibli & Hayao Miyazaki in an animated movie)
    * and, lastly, I’m also ending the last book of the Watch series (Night Watch, Day Watch, Twilight Watch, The Last Watch & The New Watch) from the russian writer Sergei Lukyanenko, which is one of the greatest works I have read about the supernatural battle between the Good & Evil and all the grey that exist between them

    I hope that somebody gives a chance to the Mage Howl and the Watch series, because they’re REALLY great! :3

    • chossenger

      All of Diana Wynne Jones’ books are really really great, especially the Howl Trilogy. They are probably my favouritest series of all time.

      • Martín Duarte

        They have so much fun and the characters are super cute!
        <3 Calcifer <3
        But it´s really great how she make it to have 3 books, with different characters and have Howl and company in the middle of every history! :3

    • Finwer

      These books sound like some books that I would love.Too much books and so little time to read and re-read them all!

      • Martín Duarte

        I know!
        I´m in the middle of lots of books and also searching for lots to read………

    • trepdm

      I just started IT by Stephen King! I’ve heard good things, and I recently finished The Shining so I’m on a bit of a SK kick. haha

  • Galehc

    I enjoyed the Inheritance series I am currently rereading the series again currently reading Eldest

  • Ennazus

    I’m reading The Foundry’s Edge by Cameron Baity. It’s sci-fi, kid’s book, pretty good so far–loving the main characters.

  • David

    Im current reading The Wise Man’s Fear by Patrick Rothfuss and The Blade Itself by Joe Abercrombie
    Both fantastic books .. 3rd reading of TWMF and its a good as the first!
    Fantastic series by Rothfuss and cannot wait for the new release of the slow regard of silent things later this year!

    • Martín Duarte

      Is it good?
      I`m waiting that Patrick Rothfuss finishes his trilogy to read it, one book after other, cause I don´t want to wait for the end xD

  • tonyclarkehawco

    Currently 1/3rd through Inheritance. I haven’t finished the series yet.

    • Martín Duarte

      I`m almost in the same place, but I already read it in Spanish….
      In the English version it´s my first time ;3

    • Eldunarí

      Do you want me to tell you who dies? Or who doesn’t? Or what happens?! Guess not. Seriously though, I would say that’d be my first or second favorite book in the series (possible behind Eragon, because you can’t beat the original).

      • tonyclarkehawco

        No. I already had a high-school classmate try to spoil the series for me. XD

  • MasterBrom

    Just finished Rule of Thoughts by James Dashner; book 2 of the The Morality Doctrine series. The plot twists will leave you speechless!! Also recently read Pulse and Tremor by Patrick Carman, books 1 & 2 of the Pulse Trilogy, its a YA dystopian series which takes place about 40 years in the future.

  • Marissa

    I’m actually re reading Eragon at the moment.. I started The Rule of Thought by James Dashner… And last but not least Tears of a Dragon by Bryan Davis 🙂

    • Eldunarí

      Have you read Eragon before?

  • Corrie

    Currently, I am reading the Fellowship of the Ring. I would be farther along but my sister and I keep swiping it from each other.

    • Jonathan Breckenridge

      That’s the problem with sisters, they keep taking our things. I hope you enjoy the book it’s really well written.

      • Sim

        Agreed, sisters are annoying.
        Corrie, excellent choice with Lord of the Rings. Absolutely loved them!!

    • Martín Duarte

      I had trouble reading it (cause English isn´t my mother language), but I tried so hard to finish it… and now I´m stuck with The two towers…
      I hope you can read it all, cause tolkien is awesome!

    • Meme

      Reading it too! Although I get too distracted by my other books, so I’ve yet to finish it either.

    • Clara_WolfSong

      It’s an amazing series stick with it!

    • Finwer

      I heard that if you already watched the movies you shouldn’t read the books because it won’t be the same. It is true?

  • Ana Carolina

    I’m reading anything because I’m a literary hangover. After I finished reading the Inheritance Cycle was unable to read anything else.

    • Jonathan Breckenridge

      I know that feel. After my first read through of the inheritance cycle I had to re-read it 2 times before I found another book series at the library to read, but to my dismay they didn’t have the last 3 books in it so at the moment I’m just reading any thing to try to fill the void in my literary soul.

      • Ana Carolina

        That bad! I cried a lot when I finished reading The Inheritance Cycle. I’ve never been so sad at the end of a book. I finished reading the saga in school and I was crying desperately in front of everyone. Oh God … I need the fifth book!

        • Jonathan Breckenridge

          a fifth book would be nice

    • Eldunarí

      I know! In my opinion, it was the best book series I’ve ever read. Still at the top of my list. They really should work to turn it into a better movie.

      • Ana Carolina

        I agree with all your words.

    • Daniela

      oooh!! that happened to me when I first read the Inheritance book, I just couldn’t pick anotherh book for about 2 weeks….. it was wonderfull

  • Courtney

    I am currently re-reading The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho. It was originally written in Portuguese, but I am reading the English translation. It is about a young shepherd named Santiago that has a recurring dream in which he finds treasure in Egypt. He travels to a nearby town and meets a gypsy woman that tells him that there really is treasure in Egypt. Santiago decides to go for it and along his travels, he meets all kinds of people and his experiences change his life. It is all about finding your own destiny.

  • Mina

    I have finished reading Fahrenheit 451 (Ray Bradbury). It’s a dystopian novel that makes you think about the world and the importance of knowledge. I personally think it is an extremely great novel and would recommend it to anyone who is into dystopian novels 🙂

    • Jonathan Breckenridge

      My dad goes on about how great that book is, I could only fine the graphic novel version at the library but I intend to track down a copy of the full novel soon.

    • Eldunarí

      My brother read that! Is it good? I’ve read something else of Ray Bradbury’s.

      • Mina

        YES! Read it! It’s worth it!

  • Jonathan Breckenridge

    I have recently finished reading the Night Angel Trilogy, by Brent Weeks. This trilogy follows the life of street kid named Azoth, and his dream of escaping life in the warrens of a corrupt city by becoming a perfect killer, a wetboy the most feared and respected killers. By the end of the trilogy he had fought, with magic and steel, in epic world changing battles.
    The books of the trilogy are The Way of Shadows, Shadow’s Edge and Beyond the Shadows. I would recommend this book to a older reader for it has matter subject matter that probably should be kept and graphic descriptions.

  • Wes

    I am reading Lord Brocktree by Brian Jacques. I am also working through the Chronicles of Prydain by Lloyd Alexander and am also thinking about re-reading the Inheritance Cycle by Christoper Paolini.

  • Dave

    I am rereading the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series and The Heroes of Olympus series, both written by Rick Riordan, series in preparation for the final book for The Heroes of Olympus series coming out in October. Both series are great, especially if you’re into Greek mythology.

    • Courtney

      I love that series and the Kane Chronicles

      • Dave

        I read the Kane Chronicles, too, and found it just as engaging as the Olympians series. I can’t wait for his Norse mythology series to come out.

    • Corrie

      I heard of those. Are they very good?

      • Dave

        Sorry about the late reply. I didn’t check to see if anybody replied to my comment until now. I would definitely say that both of these series are pretty good. The Percy Jackson and the Olympians series shows what the present world might be like if Greek mythology is true and what events might take place. It’s a quick read if you just want to see what it’s like. I think the longest book is ~400 pages. The Heroes of Olympus series is the sequel and takes all of the elements from the Percy Jackson books and adds Roman mythology into the mix. It’s longer, but if you like the first series, I definitely recommend it.

  • Meagan Grimmett Washburn

    I’ve just started reading “Woman, thou art loosed” by TD Jakes.

  • michael Nelappana

    I’m rereading Brisingr. It’s so amazing.

    • Jonathan Breckenridge

      Brisinger is probably my favorite book of the inheritance. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did

    • Finwer

      My personal favorite is Inheritance for sure.I like the depth of the characters that Chistopher added since the first book.So cool!

  • Bruno Petrucci

    I’ve just started The Elegant Universe, by Brian Greene. Greene is one of the greatest physicist alive, obviously, and his writing is just too good to be true. He can explain concepts far from intuitive as easily as I can tell you what color is a tree. For those who have an interest in sciences as much as I do, that’s an awesome place to start

  • Caroline

    I’ve recently finished reading Paper Towns by John Green

    • Jonathan Breckenridge

      My sister just finished that book is it any good I was thinking of barrowing it from her

      • Caroline

        I had mixed feelings when I first finished it. It took me a few days of thinking about the book to realized that I actually liked it quite a bit, haha. Have you read any of his other books? I find most of his characters to be pretty similar, but I like them, so it’s not really a problem for me.

        • Jonathan Breckenridge

          I haven’t read his works before, but I will give paper town a try as soon as I finish my current reading pile

  • Juan Diego

    I am currently reading Harry Potter and the secret chamber, it’s so good and I recommend it to everyone. If you love The Inhetirance cycle, you will definitely like Harry Potter.

    • Eldunarí

      A couple months ago, I finished the last Harry Potter book. They were awesome, but…man, I really want to give you advice when reading the future books, but it could possibly give spoilers.

  • Mira Van Mensel

    The wheel of time by Robert Jordan book 7:)

  • Bryan W Kappler

    Inheritance and a long list of College textbooks that I don’t think y’all would find very intriguing. Lol

  • Pedro Vieira Bertoni

    Currently reading Assassin’s Creed: The Secret Crusade by Oliver Bowden (enjoying it a lot!). And have just finished Ranger’s apprentice 10 : The emperor of Nihon-Ja, a really great serie by John Flanagan.

    • Eldunarí

      I started Ranger’s Apprentice, and loved it, but just stopped reading it for some reason. I got to something like book 4. I think I’m going to start it up again. It’s a really good series, though.

  • Lindsey Roetzel

    BRISINGR on Audiobook! Love Gerard Doyle. He really brings the characters to life. It’s also nice for in the car. Just plug in the Aux jack, set the book and off you go!

  • Brandon Le

    Currently: Dragon Age: The Calling and Fables.

  • Jonathan

    Well I don’t read a book atm. I just finished a swedish novel (The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared). It was quite a difference of my actual preferences which are of course fantasy books, but neverthless a simply entertaining book. Definitely recommend it 🙂 Right now I’m enjoying the last of the Harry Potter audiobooks. Pretty sure everyone here already is through this :’D Planning to read Eragon/Hunger Games/A Song Of Ice And Fire next. As you can see, I pretty much stick to the “mainstream” ones 😀 I read Eragon several times and it is my all time favourite. Hope my english’s fine 🙂

  • Sandie Goldman

    I’m currently reading The Infernal Devices series, the Song of Ice and Fire series, and then whatever “fluff” I find to give myself a break from the heavy stories!

  • Jamie

    Currently re-reading Inheritance. The whole series is just so great 🙂

  • Skolir Ramr

    I’m actually re-reading Eragon and the rest of the series. I’m about half way through it now. This will be my third time reading the series.

  • AmDrag

    I’m currently reading Warcraft: Day of the Dragon by Richard A. Knaak. It’s style is similar to Paolini’s, it’s well written and once you start it, you can’t let go of it.

  • Ryan Vorst

    After a few years of saying that I would, I finally started reading Game of Thrones. I forced myself not to watch anything about it, and I try to keep others from spoiling the series. As I’m only about 30 pages into the first book, I can’t say much, but I will say that I have already become hooked.

  • Ela Franzke

    I am currently reading George R.R. Martins ‘A Clash of Kings’ from the ‘A song of Ice and Fire’ series. I think the book reads a bit slow, but Martin is a great writer and he knows how to really surprise you and I think a lot of writers don’t do that like Martin does. I’m also reading ‘The Maze Runner’ by James Dashner. I’m at page 20, so I can’t tell much about it yet, but I like it already, because Dashner throws you into the story immediately. I’m also reading ‘The Blind Assassin’ by Margaret Atwood for my study. The start was a bit slow and boring, but I think that’s because it’s very weird in the beginning. There are like 3 stories in one book, one about the life of an old lady in Canada, one about a couple where the man tells the woman about a made up world and aliens. There are also several pieces of newspapers in the book. So at the start you have no clue what is going on, but after a while you start to think of certain things that could be and then you are going to enjoy the book very much. I also started reading the ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ trilogy. Just because I wanted to know if it’s really that bad. And it is. So don’t read that. The story is ok, but it’s just such bad literature.

    So yes, I am reading many books, but I really love reading and I have to read a lot for my study too 🙂

    • Jonathan

      Hey 🙂 I consider to read the “…Ice and Fire” series and your post deters me a bit. Do you recommend it even if it reads a bit slow? Is the plot interesting enough to not fall asleep during reading? 🙂

  • Charlotte

    I am currently reading Lord Of The Rings – The Two Towers. And I am almost done, looking forward to The Return Of The King 😀
    Just like the Hobbit, they are very different from the movies, but I am glad I got it love the movies first 😉

    • Jonathan Breckenridge

      Are the movies any good? I’ve read the books but never had the time to watch the movies.

      • Martín Duarte

        They have pros and cons……
        They’re certainly good, but could be better……
        But nothing can beat one’s imagination 😉

      • Charlotte

        They are good, if you don’t compare them with the books. 🙂

        • Jonathan Breckenridge

          Hmm but that’s all I got to compare them too

  • bella7

    I’m reading Exo by Steven Gould. It’s the fourth installment in the Jumper series, which, in a nutshell, is a series of science fiction novels about teleportation. 🙂

  • Angelica Damp

    I am currently reading Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. This book captured my attention immediately by the way the characters are written. The father is a very satirical man, and one of his daughters is a very open-minded and optimistic woman–almost too open minded. The characters also personify problems in the society from the time era it was written in (the 1700’s).

    I have also just begun reading the Game of Thrones series. I have heard MANY good reports about both the book series, as well as the tv show. I figured I would read the books before I begun watching the tv show, so NO SPOILER ALERTS PLEASE! I was told, however, not to become attached to the characters.. but I am already becoming attached and I have only read two chapters..

    I would definitely recommend Pride and Prejudice, and I am not sure about A Game of Thrones yet.. but I have a feeling I will enjoy them a lot.

  • trepdm

    I’m currently reading Don’t Shoot the Dog! by Karen Pryor. I am in school for Zoology, and it’s a great resource for operant conditioning/ positive reinforcement. It’s also great for people who just want to train your own pets, especially dogs. I highly recommend, it’s a great training tool!

    Also, I’m almost finished The Book of Life by Deborah Harkness. It’s the last novel in a really great trilogy, The All Souls Trilogy. It’s got witches, vampires, demons, history, science, and mythology. What really makes this trilogy stand out from others is that the author is actually a History professor, so it gives the books an authentic feeling of credibility. It’s not a teeny, swoony novel. The characters are adults, which is refreshing. None of that freaky, sparkling vampire stuff here!

  • Lars Wobbes

    My current book is The Silmarillion by Tolkien (and edited by his son), it’s really cool to see the world-building he does that I love so much in fantasy and especially his books…on top of that my version has some beautiful artwork of several scenes by Ted Nasmith!

    • Jonathan Breckenridge

      I own a copy of the silmarillion but never finished reading it, it started to feel like reading the bible after a while, in the way that it goes to explain the creation of all and how they develop.

  • AngelaDuSeithr

    I am in my college’s honors program and we have a great reading list this semester, with awesome Greek literature to start our year off. I’ve been in school a month and I have already read the Iliad and the Odyssey, as well as works by Greek playwrights such as Aeschylus and Sophocles. I just finished reading a book of three of Sophocles’ plays, which tell the stories of Oedipus and later, his daughters. I think that reading the Greek classics has only deepened my understanding and love for literature today, and I would recommend these books to anyone who loves classical storytelling, characters and the depth of thematic elements.

  • Ronny Schumacher

    Hoffe das ich aus Deitschland auch mitmachen darf,also zur Zeit lese ich Schattenjagt von Wolfgang Hohlbein bei dem es um einen kleinen Jungen geht der in ein fantasy rollenspiel eintaucht und als Höhrbuch wo ich auch immer bin Eragon wahrscheinlich zum 100.mal^^ Ich hoffe das ich ein wenig Glück habe und vllt unter den Gewinnern sein kann

    • Nolan Holley

      Viel Glück!

  • Katsa

    I’m currently reading Agatha Christie’s A Pocket Full Of Rye (Miss Marple) and Murder is Easy… They are mystery novels with surprise/twist endings and I really like it! I would DEFINITELY recommend these books

  • Stephen Harris

    Currently reading “Brother Odd” part of the Odd Thomas series by Dean Koontz. I really interesting read about a young man with the power to see the dead as it haunts and helps him and the world around him. A good read for anyone with a passion for the paranormal.

  • Dominika

    I am actually reading Anne McCaffrey books Dragonriders of Pern – wonderful book, that paolini recommented, just awesome and i love it !

  • Shay Bode

    I am currently reading Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, The Dead Tossed Waves by Carrie Ryan, an awesome post modern world filled with the Unconsecrated (zombies), and my go to, Eragon for the umpteenth time.

    • trepdm

      P&P by Jane Austin is one of my all time favorite novels! I also enjoy Sense and Sensibility.

      • Shay Bode

        I’ve yet to read Sense and Sensibility but I am slowly making my way through the classics section.

    • Angelica Damp

      I am also reading Pride and Prejudice!! It is such a wonderful book!!

  • India

    the hunger games 🙂

  • Ethan Barbier

    I just finished The Time Machine by H.G Wells (again!). It’s a novella and it’s a time travel sci fi fantasy adventure with a sort of educational undertone about the division of the classes that were ever present in 1895 (The year the book was written) that you’ll notice as you get more into the story, incredibly interesting and I read it several times

  • Zdenda Turecký

    Hi there. I’m currently reading a Malazan Book of the Fallen and with the name of the series also comes my recommendations. When I finished The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel I didn’t know what should I read. I was choosing between G. R. R. Martins Game Of Thrones and S. Eriksons Malazan Book of the Fallen. Finally I chose the Malazan series, because everyone was saying it’s awesome. And it is. Last week I finished the first book and immediately bought the second one. Everything in the book is related to everything in the other book and it all makes sense. But what I like most is that I often have to THINK, when I’m reading it, because there’s so many connections and I’m not ashamed to admit, that I don’t remember them all. And the story? Let’s say, that in the empire there’s a empress which killed the last emperor and took control over almost entire empire, but because of the ‘almost’ she’s trying to ‘rule them all’. But a few guys disagree with her. So if you don’t know what you ought to read, there’s my tip 😉
    PS: I recommended Eragon series to my girlfriend and she loves it. Now she’s reading Eldest and can’t wait for next two ^^

  • Lauren Heaslip

    I’ve started reading Harry Potter again.

    • trepdm

      I’ve reread them every year since I was 14. So, about 8 times now. haha

    • Nolan Holley

      I keep meaning to do this…I really want to read the whole series over again

      • Lauren Heaslip

        Potter was the first book series I ever read—followed
        by Eragon—and since I was so
        young I look back at it now and realise that because I’ve only read it once, I
        don’t remember much of it. For instance, I barely remember why I loved Peeves
        so much. Therefore I decided I need to get back into those books and rediscover
        all the stuff I’ve forgotten.

  • Michelle Brademeyer

    I’m reading Faith of the Fallen by Terry Goodkind, the 6th book in the Sword of Truth series.

  • Aisling O’Sullivan

    I am currently going between three books( they’re all just so good!), The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss, The Daylight War by Peter V. Brett and,for at least the tenth time, To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee 🙂

  • Kelly Beall

    Reading At the Mountains of Madness by HP Lovecraft.

  • Elizabeth Facer

    I’m reading Seraphina by Rachel Hartman. It’s about dragons and half
    dragons and politics between the two – I really recommend but i don’t
    want to give away spoilers by saying too much!!! Brilliant book though!!!

  • The Dude

    I am reading one of the best damn books ever typed by human hands, IT by the one and only Stephen King. I recommend any if his work!

    • trepdm

      I just bought that! I just finished reading The Shinning.

  • Jacob Cieply

    Reading Steinbeck’s version of King Arthur. It’s in modern english but it is weird because you expect it to be in an archaic style.

  • LegendOfDuff

    I’m currently reading The Broken Empire Trilogy by Mark Lawrence(Prince of Thorns, King of Thorns, Emperor of Thorns), The Gentlemen Bastard series by Scott Lynch (The Lies of Locke Lamora, Red Seas Under Red Skies, The Republic of Thieves) and The Lightbringer series by Brent Weeks(The Black Prism, The Blinding Knife, The Broken Eye). I previously read Week’s Night Angel Trilogy and it is now one of my favourite series, right up there with The Inheritance Cycle, Harry Potter, The Chronicles of Narnia and The Lord of the Rings/The Hobbit/The Similarrion/Unfinished Tales. I also plan to read Mark Lawrence’s new series The Red Queen’s Fool, which is set in the same world around the same time as The Broken Empire Trilogy. The first book in that series, Prince of Fools was recently released and a friend of mine who has read it has told me it’s fantastic, and I will be borrowing his copy soon so I can find out for myself. I also plan to read the Game of Thrones series, as I have seen the show and have heard from several friends that the books are quite a bit different and are really good. I also plan to read The Maze Runner series by James Dashner(The Maze Runner, The Scorch Trials, The Death Cure), as the movie looks amazing(seeing it Saturday :D), and the same friend who recommended Prince of Fools to me(Coincidentally he also recommended The Night Angel Trilogy which got me reading The Lightbringer series, The Broken Empire Trilogy and The Gentlemen Bastard series. I guess he has a pretty good taste in books), recommended The Maze Runner series as well.

  • AlocDrol

    Im reading an old book from 1984 (Where I was born) called “Trigger” it’s a book about an allied submarine during WWII.

    Og the side of that im reading LOTR part 3, The Sorceress: The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel 🙂

  • Karen

    I am reading The Hobbit by J.R.R Tolkien. After seeing the first Hobbit film, I picked up a leather bound copy and started it, and it’s amazing 🙂 if you like the movie, you’ll love the book.

    I’m also reading Paper Towns by John Green. If you saw/read The Fault In Our Stars, or read any of his other books, you should definitely read Paper Towns. (It will also be made into a movie that is dated for next July)

    It’s about a boy, Q, who lives in the Suburbs of Florida next door to the beautiful Margo Roth Spiegelman, whom he’s known since he was a kid. One night, she climbs into his window and takes him on an all night adventure that will change him forever.

    I also recommend any of John Green’s other books cause they’re great 🙂

    • trepdm

      I really enjoyed TFIOS, but I wasn’t as big on Paper Towns.

  • princessishyama

    I just finished The Queen of the Damned. It is third in Anne Rice’s Vampire Chronicles. Seriously. If you like the dark, macabre, and deeply philosophical, go for it! This book also focuses a lot on ancient Egypt as well, so it’s got a little something for everyone 🙂

    • princessishyama

      Ps. This is Alex Simpson!

  • im finishing the Inheritance cycle up for the 4th time also in the middle of reading A Beautiful Evil the Rain Wields Chronicles and Magic of Thieves

  • Sam Amos

    I’m currently re-reading The Hobbit in anticipation of the final film also reading Mort and The Dragon Bone Chair I usually have at least three books on the go

  • Rachel

    I am currently reading “North and South” by Elizabeth Gaskell. Before I started this book, I read Ted Dekker’s “Eyes Wide Open”; and once I finish it, I will be reading “The Book of Werewolves” by Sabine Baring-Gould.

  • Sasha Schneider

    I’m currently reading The Naming by Alision Croggon. It’s the first book in the Pellinor series. It’s a really, really solid series and it’s one of my favorites!

  • AnonKappa

    Reading Game of Thrones. My english isn’t the best so I’m trying to improve it while reading english version of Way of Kings at the same time!

  • bernhard

    At first i must say sorry for my bad english^^ at the moment i’m reading percy jackson. That’s behind of Eragon and Lird of the Rings one of my favourite books, cause it’s really funny and the greek mythology is interesting. I can recommend this books (5+) to all who like humor and fantasy. By the way, i’m writing a fantasy story and i hope some like it too. I know it’ll be hard to get attention for a book (i’m just 15), but Christopher Paolini was 15 too. He is my idol

    • Nolan Holley

      Keep on writing!

  • Yoram Giglio

    Currently chilling reading The Broken Eye by Brent Weeks and The Lucifer Effect by Philip Zimbardo. Brent Weeks filled the fantasy hole that Eragon left in my life with The Way of Shadows, all assassins and magic and dark magic and more magic with fabled swords and staff involved. The Lucifer Effect just satisfies my psychology needs, as well as being reading for my hopefully new university degree, would really recommend both books!

  • Coby Parrish

    Currently I’m reading the Bartimaeus Trilogy by Jonathan Stroud as well as his Heroes of the Valley story. Good stories. Though I most certainly would recommend the Bartiameus Trilogy.

    Bartimaeus while being a cheeky bastard, who sorta has the tendency to exaggerate (understatement of the century), is an amazing character and narrator, as well as the secondary characters such as Kitty and Nathaniel.

    • Martina

      I really need to re-read Bartimaeus! I borrowed it ages ago from a friend, I laughed so hard sometimes and I usually keep calm no matter what when reading a book… 🙂

  • Christopher Adams

    I am currently reading the book Lord of the rings but I’m reading the trilogy, everybody loves the movie lord of the rings but if you didn’t or did i would totally suggest this book because it goes so much more in depth than the movie

  • Michelle J. Ginger

    I’m currently reading Prodigy by Marie Lu and I have to say the series from what I have read so far is really good. There are a total of three books and I plan on getting the last one. Another book series I am currently reading is called Virals by Kathy Reichs. This series is about a group of teenagers who acquire Wolf-Like abilities and overall really good as well.

  • Carissa C

    I’m reading Inheritance at the moment. Not sure what I’ll read when I’ve finished it, but I’ve got a couple series on my bookshelves that I want to re-read.

  • Night

    Would rereading what I have written for a potential book count? At the moment, my arthurian-legend-themed work in progress is called “Avalon,” but that may be subject to change. As far as already published books are concerned, I’m reading The Lock Artist, and the Last Templar–both seem to be well written with a good voice, but I haven’t read them far enough to know as to whether I would recommend them or not (I tried A Game of Thrones, but it was a little too… risqué for my preferences).

    • Nolan Holley

      Good luck with your writing!

  • Chris

    Currently rereading Eldest on kindle. I also just finished reading “Hardship (Theirs Not to Reason Why)” by Jean Johnson. The whole series is about a precog named Ia who foresees the galaxy is going to be doomed unless she does something to alter the future. Read this series if you like military sci-fi! But start with “A Soldier’s Duty”, that’s the first book!

  • Aziah Taplin Bishop

    just finished re-reading the harper hall trilogy written by Anne McCaffery. For anyone who likes Dragons and Music it’s a good read.
    also re-reading the Sword of Shannara series by Terry Brooks. good read for those of you who like detail and medieval mystical adventures. (WARNING: some books of the Shannara series may get gorey in a minor extent)

  • Zachary

    I’m currently reading the 8 book in the Rangers Apprentice series “Knights of Clonmel.” Its set in old Europe. With a “secret service” type feel of a special unit of trained archers who protect the kingdom from harm.

  • Dale Gilbert

    I grew up reading The Wheel of Time by Robert Jordan and loved the whole thing. Compared to that none of the books I picked up seemed to hold up (except for the inheritance books of course!). After finishing all bazillion pages of Jordan I figured I’d try brandon Sanderson since he finished the series. And I’ve been hooked ever since.

    Brandon Sanderson is amazing at creating rich and detailed characters that come alive. I’ve spent about the last two years reading every cosmere book he’s published.

  • Monica

    Ive just read the 6th installment in the Iron Druid Chronicles, it was amazing. The series is incredible, magic meets mystical meets humor in the best way.

  • Dragon092

    I’m rereading Temeraire, great books.

  • Jana Simon

    I am currently re-reading Eragon and after that i think i’ll re-read the three books “The Painted Man” , “The Desert Spear” , “The Daylight War” from Peter V. Brett. I just love my books so much that i’m not able to stop re-reading them again and again. 😀

  • Daphne

    I’m reading Percy Jackson’s Greek Gods. I love it! Also with beautiful pictures.

    • Karen

      I LOVE the Percy Jackson books c:

  • Mitchell Langille

    I am currently reading the Dragonriders of Pern by Anne McCaffrey, an amazing series with a mixture if sci-fi and fantasy.

  • Jordan Abeln

    I have just picked up ‘The Innocent Mage’ by Karen Miller. The characters in this book are what make it come to life. I wouldn’t even care if it didn’t have a real story line! I would be absolutely happy just to read 400 pages of these characters joking around. Its a very well written book that truly makes me laugh out loud.

  • Anya

    Dark Triumph, book 2 in His Fair Assassin trilogy, and agter that I’ll probably read Graceling or The Darkest Minds.

  • Tiffany Hale

    I’m rereading Harry Potter, The Inheritance Series, The Weddings By Bella series by Janice Thompson, and my Nerds series by Vicki Lewis Thompson. Oh, and I just got done the Septimus Heap series by Angie Sage. I have a huge attention span:)

  • Kora

    I’m reading Crime and Punishment for school (but I love it) and Looking For Alaska by John Green

    • Karen

      Looking for Alaska has soo many feels T^T

  • Christina G.

    I have just finished reading the Chronicles of Ancient Darkness by Michelle Paver for the fourth time. Great series I would especially recommend to anyone who likes reading about prehistoric life, where the belief in spirits and demons, animals and nature itself shapes every clan’s way of living. Starting out as a series for children, it develops with every book getting darker, more serious, more mature – just like the main character, Torak from the Wolf Clan, who can communicate with wolves and is forced to go on a quest to defeat the Soul Eaters and save not only the clans, but the whole forest. He is accompanied by his pack brother Wolf and his friend Renn from the Raven Clan, and many times, when everything seems to get ripped apart by the evil forces that attack even from within the clans, they have to prove how strong their bond really is.

    • Nolan Holley

      Thank you for the nice summary 🙂 Sounds like a cool story!

  • Ryan Tipton

    I am Reading Temeraire series by Naomi Novik, I am currently on the second book and it is a wonderful series and recommend it to other Eragon Fans.

  • Bogdan Osypenko

    I’m reading The Grizzly King by James Oliver Curwood and I have just finished read Captain Blood: His Odyssey by Rafael Sabatini

  • Rich

    Right now I’m reading Book 5 of the Lorien Legacies, The Revenge of Seven by Pittacus Lore; Percy Jackson’s Greek Gods by Rick Riordan; Book 3 of Monument 14, Savage Drift by Emmy Laybourne. And I’m am currently listening to the audiobook of book 5 of A Song of Ice and Fire, A Dance With Dragons by George R. R. Martin. Just saw an early screening of The Maze Runner (great movie!) and I want to read the books to that next.

    • Karen

      The Lorien Legacies are AMAZING. I haven’t started Revenge of Seven yet but I literally cannot wait. I also love Percy Jackson. I’ve also been wanting to read The Maze Runner series cause I’ve heard good things about it 🙂

  • Marcel Cano

    Currently reading The Great Hunting (Wheel of Time). The series are recently launch in Brazil, and we are in love. S2

  • kittys-yay

    Reading the book Seraphina. It’s got dragons and stuff and it’s really good. I recommend it.

  • Jim Zackery

    I am currently A Clash of Kings by George R. R. Martin and I just finished Inheritance by Christopher Paolini (of course, you already knew that).

    • Jim Zackery

      Knew that Inheritance is by Christopher Paolini that is.

  • Bre

    Currently reading the latest book in the Game of Thrones series (don’t remember the name, it’s been a bit since I last read it :/ ) as well as Stephen King’s Insomnia

    • Bre

      As well as the first book in the Wheel of Time series

    • Ryan Tipton

      I heard that’s a great series to get into.

  • Jessica Chapman

    Currently reading The Gates of Rome by Conn Iggulden and Hush Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick 😀

  • Tina

    After I finished the cycle, I started A Game of Thrones. Not as much fantasy
    As I like but it is good so far. I also started Wicked and How to Raise the Perfect Dog by Caesar the dog whisperer. As a family we read a lot. We are reading The Never Ending Story with our two oldest and Fantastic Mr. Fox with our two youngest. Looking forward to reading whatever Poalini has in store for us next!

  • martel

    im am reading the blade itself

  • Jake Verderese

    I am currently reading Robert Jordan’s “Wheel of Time” series. So many books!

  • Davengar

    Just finished “The Man Who Was Thursday” by G. K. Chesterton!

  • Danielle McCurdy

    Lord of the rings return of the king

  • Laura Egidi

    I am currently reading A Dance with Dragons by George R. R. Martin and The Book Thief by Marcus Zuzac.

  • Nicola Wisniewski

    I’m currently re-reading Piers Anthony’s Xanth series. On Demons Don’t Dream right now.

  • akzfineart

    I’m currently reading Outlander!

    • Kayla

      I loved that entire series! So I was so excited when the tv show got released!

    • Nolan Holley

      I haven’t read the books yet…but I’m hooked on the show!

  • Brenda Soares

    Now I’m reading a brazilian book called “Tempestade de Areia” or “Sand’s Storm” in english. It’s the second book of the serie about Myríade. I’m loving it!

  • buster13714

    Just started the hobbit and going to read the whole Lord of the Rings series.

  • Ethan

    Currently I am re-reading the Inheritance Cycle. But I plan to read the Maze Runner series in a few weeks once I finish Inheritance. 🙂

  • Aaron Crouch

    I am currently reading A Song of Fire and Ice series by George R.R. Martin, Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card, The Lorien Legacies by Pittacus Lore, and re-reading The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings by Tolkien.

    • Nolan Holley

      Good combo!

  • Simone

    I currently re-read the Schrecksenmeister by Walter Moers.

  • Cole Stevens

    I im reading Inheritance

  • Mike Beauregard

    The secrets of the immortal nicholas flamel: the sorcerous great series!

  • matt

    hmm…”Game of Thrones, The Freedom of Self Forgetfulness & Real Life Discipleship” are my current three. “Earth Awakens” as soon as it arrives.

  • eagleman

    A Dance with Dragons game of thrones book 5

  • Mariana Leal

    Right now I’m reading the classic Oliver Twist, de Charles Dickens, great!

    • Kayla

      My favorite Dickens books is “Great Expectations”. 🙂 Have you read it?

  • Kayla

    Have you read “The Kingdom of Little Wounds”? It is quite an unusual but spectacularly well-written book. I am also reading “The Assualt” by Harry Mulisch and “The Name of the Wind”, which are both very different from one another, but just as intriguing.

    • Tina

      What is the first one about? The name sounds interesting

  • Bradley

    Well not any fiction for the moment but I have to start University Physics with Modern Physics, course starts on Monday, nervous!
    Although I’ve going to get Eragon from home soon, just love the series!

  • Chris

    I am currently re-reading the Green Rider series…one of my favs of all time 🙂

  • Daniel Bylsma

    Same here. Beginning the Inheritance Cycle sometime this week.

  • Glo Watson

    I am currently reading the Codex Alera series by Jim Butcher. I LOVe this book series and love Jim Butchers work.

  • Ze End

    I wish I had time to reread the inheritance cyle, but w/ 12 units and working 20H a week, no time 🙁 .

  • Craig Hewitt

    Reading the Sword Of Truth series by Terry Goodkind. Good book series, and the TV series Legend Of The Seeker was based on it

    • Tina

      Good series!

  • Cristina

    I’m reading A New Darkness by Joseph Delaney. He’s the author of The Last Apprentice (or in other countries The Spooks Apprentice) A New Darkness takes right after the last book in The Last Apprentice. I highly recommend anyone to read these books who like horror, fantasy, witches, ghost, ghast, and other creatures.

    I’m also reading “Brotherband Chronicles” by John Flanagan. Filled with action, some real history about ships/boats, intense moments, and just fantastic!! If you read Ranger’s Apprentice also by him then you’ll love Brotherband! 😀

    • Tina

      This sounds great I might have to pick it up!!!

  • Keithan

    Surprise, i’m reading Eragon Inheritance and I’m loving it 😀

  • Lawton Meyer

    The Thousand Orcs by R.A. Salvatore

  • Facundo Mendizabal

    I’m reading Rick’s Riordan The Last Olympian for 3rd time. I really like that book!

    • Daphne

      Have you also read the Heroes of Olympus series by Rick Riordan?

      • Facundo Mendizabal

        Yes. I have read 3 of the 5 books

  • Dado

    Im reading eragon for the 1000th time and alos reading Rick riordan`s serieis heroes of olympus.. Would recommend it TO ANYONE who like fantazy and greek mythologies, because its so good , have a lot of action and so much suspense 🙂

  • Dylan

    Currently im working on the Game of Thrones series as well as a handful of school textbooks. I much prefer Game of Thrones however 🙂

  • Edgars P.

    I’m currently reading “Winterbirth” by Brian Ruckley. tbh I don’t like it but I still want to end it.

  • WintersMajesty

    This isn’t some… Well-known international series though it definitely should be. I find myself re-reading it all the time. Personally I have loved this series ever since I was a child just as much as I love and enjoy other fantasy series.The name of the series is ‘Phenomena’ and it is written by Ruben Eliassen. It is about the two elven twins Alk and his sister Ilke. They live in the world of Aldra, where a prophecy says that they have the power to overthrow the dark overlord Sherpa and and his ally Tarkan, who has enslaved all of the elven folk. It is truly an entertaining series. There are seven books completing this story and it is full of fantasy and inspiration! I would definitely recommend it. It is not that internationally known but still 🙂

  • Dean T

    I’m currently reading Memories of Ice, the third book of the Malazan Book of the Fallen series. I would massively recommend this series to any fantasy fan, it is one of the deepest, branching and immersing universes. Any Eragon fan that doesn’t mind working out the intimate details for themselves should love it!

  • Mat

    I’m currently reading the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy Trilogy. 🙂

    • Kayla

      Haha, such great books! I actually got to talk about them in my English class this week!

    • Tina

      I’ve watched the movie but it’s about time I pick up the classic!!!

  • Torterror

    I’m currently reading Eldest for the 3rd time definitely my favorite book in the Inheritance Cycle!

  • LittleWolfy

    I’m currently reading The Shadowhunter’s Codex and the Warrior cats series.

    • Kayla

      Have you read Cassandra Claire’s second series, “The Infernal Devices”? Quite good!

  • Jasmine Miriama Willis

    Im reading the Inheritance Cycle again, along with the Game of Thrones series by George Martin. All of these contests are really hyping me up to read!!!

  • Sara

    I just read (actually, listened to) Shades of Milk and Honey. It is like a Jane Austen novel with a little fantasy twist. I really enjoyed it and I might read the rest of the series. If you are into the regency period and fantasy, I definitely recommend it. 🙂

    • Ben Vaughn

      I’ve never read anything regency, but my wife is a huge Jane Austen fan and loves Austen fan fiction, I will have to recommend it to her.

      • Sara

        Please do 🙂 I think she will enjoy it. What is great is that the story does not end with the couple getting together. There are four more books in the series with the same main characters. So we see their troubles and adventures together as a married couple. Which I think is quite unusual and more interesting/realistic.

  • Jeanne Wright Perkin

    the lost throne by Chris Kuzneski

  • Gideon

    I’m re-reading Naomi Novik’s Temeraire again because it’s one of the best series ever 😮

  • I’m currently reading the Artemis Fowl series. Amazing books!

  • Giovanni Martinelli

    i’m currently reading the game of thrones saga

  • Nolan Holley

    I’m wrapping up High Rhulain by Brian Jacques, as part of a yearly tribute to one of my favorite authors (may he rest in peace).

  • Luna

    I am currently reading The Carpet People by Terry Pratchett and I plan on rereading Inheritance and The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams 🙂

  • I don’t qualify for the giveaway (duh!), but I figured I’d contribute! I’m currently reading Clariel by Garth Nix.

    • Kayla

      Is it good? I began reading “Sabriel” before, and put it down to read another book that caught my attention. I never got to finish it, but now that I heard that he came out with “Clariel”, I am tempted again to read “Sabriel”.

  • I am currently reading The Book Thief.

  • Justin L Dew

    Right now I’m reading old man’s war by John Scalzi. After that I plan on re-reading Skin Game by Jim Butcher.

  • Esben Poulsen

    Right now I’m rereading Eldest I plan to do so with the rest of the cycle