Series currently reading

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Amanda first asked this on Floor to Ceiling books : "How many series are you currently reading?" and then posted her list. Following in her footsteps, Sarah at Bookworm Blues and Mark at Walker of Worlds posted theirs. I figured out I could look into it myself and I found out that maybe it's a bit too much in my case. I currently "actively" follow 25 series.... that's a bit much in my opinion. Anyway, I can't do anything about it... except read!

I added actively since I didn't include series like Chris Evans Iron Elves series, Matthew Sturges series, Tad Williams' Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn, R.A Salvatore Drizzt books or some other series that I'm not sure I will ever be reading to the end (not because they are necessarily bad series, because I will probably always have something even better suited to my taste to read).

Here we go :

The Wheel of Time by Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson
1) The Eye of the World (read)
2) The Great Hunt (read)
3) The Dragon Reborn (read)
4) The Shadow Rising (read)
5) The Fires of Heaven (read)
6) Lord of Chaos (read)
7) A Crown of Swords (read)
8) The Path of Daggers (read)
9) Winter's Heart (read)
10) Crossroads of Twilight (read)
11) Knife of Dreams (read)
12) The Gathering Storm (read)
13) Towers of Midnight (forthcoming)
14) A Memory of Light (forthcoming)

Malazan Book of the Fallen - Steven Erikson
1) Gardens of the Moon - (read)
2) Deadhouse Gates - (read)
3) Memories of Ice - (read)
4) House of Chains - (read)
5) Midnight Tides - (read)
6) The Bonehunters - (read)
7) Reapers Gale - (read)
8) Toll the Hounds (read)
9) Dust of Dreams (read)
10) The Crippled God (forthcoming)
Psalms of Isaak by Ken Scholes
1) Lamentation (read)
2) Canticle
3) Antiphon
4) Requiem (forthcoming)
5) Hymn (forthcoming)
The Twilight Reign by Tom Lloyd
1) The Stormcaller (read)
2) The Twilight Herald
3) The Grave Thief
4) The Ragged Man
5) The Dusk Watchman (forthcoming)

Takeshi Kovacs by Richard Morgan
1) Altered Carbon (read)
2) Broken Angels (read)
3) Woken Furies
The Mistborn Trilogy by Brandon Sanderson
1) Mistborn (read)
2) The Well of Ascension
3) The Hero of Ages

Kingkiller Chronicles by Patrick Rothfuss
1) The Name of the Wind (read)
2) The Wise Man's Fear (forthcoming)

The Inheritance Trilogy by N.K. Jemisin
1) The 100 thousand Kingdoms (read)
2) The Broken Kingdoms (forthcoming)

Spellwright Trilogy by Blake Charlton
1) Spellwright (read)
2) Spellbound (forthcoming)
3) Disjunction (forthcoming)
Malazan by Ian C. Esslemont
1) The Night of Knives (read)
2) The Return of the Crimson Guard (read)
3) Stonewielder (forthcoming)

The Demon Cycle by Peter V Brett
1) The Painted Man (read)
2) The Desert Spear (read)
3) The Daylight War (forthcoming)
The Godless World - Brian Ruckley
1) Winterbirth - (read)
2) Bloodheir
3) Fall of Thanes

Anthony Huso's duology
1) The Last Page (read)
2) Black Bottle (forthcoming)
The Aspect Emperor by R. Scott Bakker
1) The Judging Eye (read)
2) The White Luck Warrior (forthcoming)

The Night Angel Trilogy by Brent Weeks
1) The Way of Shadows (read)
2) Shadow's Edge
3) Beyond the Shadows
Memory of Flames trilogy by Stephen Deas
1) The Adamantine Palace (read)
2) The King of the Crags (read)
3) The Order of the Scales (forthcoming)

The Heart of the World by Col Buchanan
1) Farlander (read)
2) ??? (forthcoming)
The Riyria Revelations by Micheal J Sullivan
1) The Crown Conspiracy (read)
2) Avempartha
3) Nyphron Rising
4) The Emerald Storm
5) Wintertide
6) Percepliquis (forthcoming)

The Lightbringer by Brent Weeks
1) The Black Prism (read)
2) ??? (forthcoming)
Legends of the Red Sun by Mark Charan Newton
1) Nights of Villjamur (read)
2) City of Ruin (read)
3) The Book of Transformations (forthcoming)

Gentleman Bastards by Scott Lynch
1) The Lies of Locke Lamora (read)
2) Red Seas Under Red Skies
3) The Republic of Thieves (forthcoming)
4) The Thorn of Emberlain (forthcoming)
5) The Ministry of Necessity (forthcoming)
6) The Mage and the Master Spy (forthcoming)
7) Inherit the Night (forthcoming)

A Song of Ice and Fire by George R.R. Martin
1) A Game of Thrones (read)
2) A Clash of Kings (read)
3) A Storm of Swords (read)
4) A Feast for Crows (read)
5) A Dance with Dragons (forthcoming)
6) The Winds of Winter (forthcoming)
7) A Dream of Spring (forthcoming)

The Stormlight Archives by Brandon Sanderson
1) The Way of Kings (read)
2) ??? (forthcoming)
The Acacia trilogy by David Anthony Durham
1) Acacia (read)
2) The Other Lands (read)
3) ??? (forthcoming)

A Land Fit for Heroes by Richard Morgan
1) The Steel Remains (read)
2) The Cold Commands (forthcoming)
3) ??? (forthcoming)


Showtyme said...

I try and save series' until they have all been released, then get them all and read them in order. The only exception I can think of is Song of Fire and Ice. I read the first 3 in a row, now I'm waiting until more come out and I plan on rereading the first 3 then moving right to the rest.

Anonymous said...

you counted rothfuss twice

Robin Sullivan said...

Very impressive list - and I was thrilled to see my husband's series "The Riyria Revelations" among them!

Just wanted to let you know that Wintertide was just released so you can change that from "forthcoming" - Percepliquis is still on track for April 2011 so not too long before you can count that entire series as done!

I hope you have been enjoying them.

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