- The Good, The Bad and The Uncanny- Simon Green
- Changes- Butcher
- Dragons Wild- Aspirin
- Dragon Keeper and Dragon Haven- Hobb
Again, I love everything Butcher does. I love how the characters from the different series cross over. And the Nightside series is just so deliciously bizarre
Can't wait to read Changes. I love the Dresden books, and I hear that this is a real heavy hitter in the whole Dresden mythology
I really enjoyed Aspirin's Myth- and Phule series, although they both seemed to get a little weak as they went on. I believe Aspirin stopped writing the Phule books himself, and you can tell. But he's a great, funny storyteller and I look forward to this new series.
And the two Hobb books... I really enjoy her stuff, though nothing has been as good as the original Farseer trilogy. But she is one of those authors I just love to read.
Don;t know how long it will take me to get to these books. The Nightside books are always a quick read, so i may get to that first, though I really want to dive into Changes. Of course, as soon as I am done with the Blades of the Moonsea trilogy, I want to finish up with Full Dark, No Stars. Will keep you updated!