Monday, 1 February 2010


I eventually plan on doing some book reviews up here but for now I think I'll recommend some series to read.

The Otherworld series by Kelley Armstrong
There are ten books so far and one anthology. The series is based in present time and focuses on supernaturals living in human society.

Southern Vampire series by Charlaine Harris
Anyone familiar with True Blood may know this series. But the TV programme is absolute pants so don't judge the books by that. The series is about Sookie Stackhouse who is a telepath trying to cope with the burden of being able to read people's minds. Vampires are out in the public and living amongst us, Sookie gets caught up in their business after getting involved with one of the vampires.

The Kitty series by Carrie Vaughn
Follows the werewolf named Kitty through her life as a radio presenter.

The Shifters series by Rachel Vincent
The trials of the American werecat pride. It mainly follows Faythe, the youngest child and only daughter of the Alpha.

Mercy Thompson series by Patricia Briggs
Shifter Mercy Thompson lives a quiet life as a VW mechanic until she becomes involved with her werewolf alpha neighbour.

Morganville Vampires by Rachel Caine
The town of Morganville in America is run by vampires and only the local residents know about them. College student Claire gets accidentally caught up in the vampire politics when she attends school there.

Hollows series by Kim Harrison
Since 'The Turn', all supernaturals have been living as part of our normal society. This series follows one witch Rachel Morgan and her vampire and pixie partners.

Vampire Academy series by Richelle Mead
Set in the Vampire Academy and follows Rose Hathaway, a dhampir training to guard her Moroi best friend.

That's not all but most of my favourites all in the same genre.

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