Ben Aaronovitch, Benedict Jacka... Now what?

(10 Posts)
fuzzpig Fri 26-Jul-13 17:03:48

Just that really - DH really likes the above authors but not sure what to read while waiting for the next installments!

He also likes Wells, Wyndham, Eddings, Tolkien but didn't like Jeter (too wordy)

Any recommendations welcome!

Barabajagal Fri 26-Jul-13 17:11:19

The Iron Druid Chronicles (Kevin Hearne) are fun as are the Dresden Files (Jim Butcher).

Barabajagal Fri 26-Jul-13 17:14:37

Steven Erikson is great too - real fantasy adventure stuff - though the books are BIG.

LadyIsabellaWrotham Fri 26-Jul-13 17:22:38

Paul Cornell's London Falling is in a coincidentally similar vein to Aaronovitch.

Charles Stross's Laundry novels are great fun (John Le Carre meets Cthulu)

Anything by Kim Newman and Neil Gaiman also worth a look.

fuzzpig Fri 26-Jul-13 17:28:05

MN never fails grin

Thanks all, will look those up. thanks

C.E Murphy, or thingy who writes the "Greywalker" series...
Or Tom Holt for a bit of absurdity and a giggle...
or Robin Hobb, especially the "Farseer" sextet (it's 2 trilogies and is very good)
or Katharine Kerr's "Deverry Sequence" for a nice long, intricate, "keep you going for ages" series
or Malcolm Pryce's "Aberystwyth" series for a funny take on the "Film Noir" type stuff...

MrsHavisham Mon 29-Jul-13 19:18:21

agree with Malcolm Price, very funny. just bought London Falling for £3.59 on kindle. thanks for the recommendation. Love Ben Aaronovich.

PatriciaHolm Mon 29-Jul-13 20:04:55

Kate griffin has written a series in the same vein.

thehiddenpaw Thu 12-Sep-13 20:44:47

Kay Richardson is gravy walker series.nlove Ben a myself.ntry seannan McGuire too.

thehiddenpaw Thu 12-Sep-13 20:45:53

Sorry blame the iPad. Kat Richardson and not gravy but gray!

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