"3 books in the same genre, The Eight with its sequel: The Fire, and a stand alone book: The Magic Circle. All three are richly woven with many famous historical characters criss-crossing paths, in searching and collecting ancient artefacts. Very complicated and fast paced."
"3 books in the Robert Langdon series: Angel and Demons, The Da Vinci Code and The Lost Symbol. From this book, I learned again, that history should be treated as stories written by people with their own agenda. There are so many versions of truth, that there is actually no absolute truth in anything."
"Complete 3 books in one volume: The Book of Atrus, The Book of T'iana and The Book of D'ni. People of D'ni, living inside the earth, creating their own other worlds with special books, special inks and special writing abilities. Spellbinding!"
"I like all Indiana Jones series by Rob MacGregor and Max McCoy. They were light and sometimes shallow, but the archeological findings and historical threads in each book, was interesting enough for me to reread the books many times over."
"The trilogy: Inkheart, Inkspell and Inkdeath. Imagine every book is its own world (literally) and we can travel in and out those books with the help of a Silver Tongue, and a Talented Writer. Wouldn't we all like that?"
"5 books in the series so far . Another world, with all magical places existed, Alexandria, Camelot, Neverland, mirroring big important events in our world. Time travel, each event related to other events, between books, made it so complicated. This series is eerie. It gave me a sense of weirdness, yet, addicting."
"Peter, the boy that never grew up. Always playing, having fun, making things happened by pretending. Eternal fight with the pirates and their captain, Hook. Crocodile with clock-heart, Tinker Bell, the Lost Boys, Neverland, never ending adventure, ... One has to travel there, from time to time, to restore our youth :)"