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I love reading series. Every time I read a new book in a old series, I'm immersing myself in an old and familiar world where I know everybody and where I feel comfortable. And I always dread that last book.
Anyway, here are ten science fiction series I'm planning on reviewing in the future.
1. Robot series, by Isaac Asimov
Hands down my favourite SF series of all time. Follows the story of Detective Elijah Bailey of Earth and his unlikely friendship with Robot Daneel Olivaw from the Spacer world Aurora.
2. Newburry & Hobbs, by George Mann
Imagine X-files in a Steampunk world. That's basically what the Newburry and Hobbs books are.
3. The Foundation series, by Isaac Asimov
A story of galactic proportions that spans over twenty thousand years. Takes place in the same Universe as the Robot series, which means more R. Daneel!
4. The Hitchhiker's series, by Douglas Adams
I think this pick speaks for itself.
5. The Space Odyssey series, by Arthur C. Clarke
So far I've read two of the four books. I don't really like them, even though I appreciate the ideas behind them. Still, I hate unfinished business, and one day I'll finish the series.
6. Culture series, by Ian M. Banks
Another epic space saga. I don't know exactly what these books are about, and I want to go in knowing as little as possible.
7. Mars Trilogy, by Kim Stanley Robinson
I love me some stories about Mars. Every author has something new to say about the red planet.
8. Sector General, by James White
Science fiction books about hospitals? Count me in!
9. The Dark Tower series, by Stephen King
I just have to know what all the hype is about.
10. Parasitology series by Mira Grant
The premise sounds very interesting.