Maximum Ride, Witch and Wizard, and Daniel X series by James Patterson. Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Heroes of Olympus, and Kane Chronicles by Rick Riordan. Inheritance series by Christopher Paolini. Artemis Fowl Series by Eoin Colfer. Vampire Academy Series by Richelle Mead.
Harry Potter. Percy Jackson, Im really into the Expanded Universe of Star Wars thats a book series, Anne Rices Vampire Chronicles which inclides her Mayfair Witch books, Brian Lumleys Necroscope Series, Titus Crow Dreamlands, House of Door series, The Dark Tower books by Stephen King
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Going some old school but a lot of these you can find some if not all part of the series in used book stores. Dragon Lance, Raymon Fiest Rift War Saga(s), Iron Tower series, Nightside by Simon Green ( really anything by him and he has multiple series), David Eddings Belgariad series, and Micheal Moorcock elric of melniboné.
It depends on what your looking for. A good mystery series is The Hardy Boys. They're short, easy to read, and there's, like, 60-ish books in the original series. However, a great all-around book series (And my favorite), is The Hunger Games.
fanfiction.net has a quite a few good stories, and a huge range of catagories. you can search for you favourite book, show, movie, cartoon, etc. then, your favourite character, and genre. it's worth looking at, believe me.
Check out the Inheritance series by Christopher Paolini, Artemis Fowl (warning, contains a tad of guy humor - farts and the lot) Chronicles of Narnia by C.S.Lewis (epicness) Lord of the Rings/The Hobbit by Tolkein (even more epic!!) Check them all out!
The Croft Saga (Extremely rare, you can only get it in Baker County, Florida) Lord of the Rings Harry Potter The Hunger Games Inheritance Narnia The Bartamaeus Trilogy DragonLance Percy Jackson and the Olympians The Heroes of Olympus Kane Chronicles The Freak the Mighty series Deltora Quest Deltora Shadowlands Dragons of Deltora Artemis Fowl Maximum Ride The Ranger's Apprentice Dragon Keeper Witch and Wizard series
Nancy Drew, The Hardy Boys and The Willard Price Adventure series. People think I'm stupid to read this stuff but truth is, they teach you a lot of cool, interesting, useful facts and stuff. And IQ decreasing but entertaining series, Diary of a Wimpy Kid. Oh yeah and Theodore Boone, Choose your own Adventure
Some that I like are the Ice Fire Series by Chris d'Lacey, the Harry Potter Series by J.K. Rowling, the Hunger Games Series by Suzanne Collins (She also has quite a lot other great series too) and also the Beautiful Creatures Series by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl. There's also the Monster Hunters Trilogy by Dean Lorey. Although in "Monster War," he uses casual 5 times in 1 chapter. It was a little annoying.