sookie stackhouse series, any recommendations after that?

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DisneyAddict88 Wed 08-Jan-14 19:40:43

slightly different to sookie books but have u read

philip pullman - northern lights trilogy

hunger games trilogy

trudi canavan - black magician trilogy

angela carter - bloody chamber (series of short stories based on fairytales)

cassandra clare - mortal instruments
becca fitzpatrick - hush hush and crescendo

issac marion - warm bodies (zombie love story!)

anne rice - vampire chronicles, mayfair witches (harder to read and get into though)

sorry for bombarding you just dug out my reading journal of books ive read!!

MrsPnut Mon 06-Jan-14 18:32:35

Have you read any of the kim harrison books

lumpolead Mon 06-Jan-14 18:29:58

well i went to the library and they didnt have any of the first books by the authors mentioned before. they had the odd book out of each series which made me think how annoying it must be to read a book off the shelf only to realise that youve read them in the wrong order!

thanks for the latest suggestions grin im going to look for those tomorrow!

DisneyAddict88 Mon 06-Jan-14 16:58:41

I read alot of sci fi and fantasy heres some ive enjoyed grin

kelley armstrong - Underwood series

keri arthur - riley jenson series

laurell k hamilton - anita blake is good until its more like reading a porno! her other series meredith gentry is good aswell (fae)

tanya huff - victoria nelson series

charlaine Harris other series - Harper connelly

im sure theres more just cant think at moment! !

lucysnowe Mon 06-Jan-14 14:21:15

Robin McKinley's Sunshine. It's awesome smile

lumpolead Sun 05-Jan-14 22:59:12

Thank you! Ive got the names of the first book to each series and will see if my local library has any smile looking forward to starting a new load of books!

MrsMaryCooper Sun 05-Jan-14 14:37:26

Kelley Armstrong - Bitten and the rest of the Women of the Otherworld series. Starts with werewolves branches out.

PrivateBenjamin Sun 05-Jan-14 14:34:02

Have you tried the Mercy Thompson and Alpha and Omega series by Patricia Briggs? They're vampire/ werewolf/ fae themed and I really enjoyed them.

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lumpolead Sat 04-Jan-14 16:19:57

haha cheers ill look them up im sure itll fill the gap! grin

LadyIsabellasHollyWreath Sat 04-Jan-14 14:05:18

You could try Laurell Hamilton's Anita Blake series. They start as basic private detective with added vampires/werewolves stories and gradually get more and more porny as the series progresses. Not a huge fan myself, but a lot of people like them.

lumpolead Fri 03-Jan-14 22:30:15

im just finishing dead ever after. its been a while since i read the other books and so although im supposed to be disappointed by the ending ive enjoyed getting into that other world harris has created all over again. im sad this is the end though and wondered if anyone has any recommendations for me!

i love the devil, witch, vamp, fae theme and looooove that its set in the deep south.

so where do i go from here? grin

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