Ok, i've read 30 of them. I have another 2 here ready to read in physical book format, some that I have in digital format for my book reader, and I have some that I need to download (link below). I've read some of the series on there, but it looks like i'll have to do some catching up. It's nice to see George R R Martin's Song of Fire and Ice
up the top, as I read that in the past year and loved it. Neil Gaiman's sort-of-series about gods is great. If you haven't read any of them, then I recommend that you do so.
I do have a few complaints though, and for those of you who know me, you may have already guessed my main one, but I only got to 23rd place?
What kind of a sick and twisted world does that to an ancient Gunslinger? Also, why is there only one Philip K Dick book up there? Seriously? They are excellent, if a little mind-bending at times...ok at all times
If you love books, but don't want to pay (or just don't have the money), I recommend you go to http://www.gutenberg.org/catalog/
. They have thousands of books in a digital format for your delectation. There are so many I want, I had to stop myself before I filled my HDD with them. They have, just as the tip of the tip of the tip of the iceberg:-
H G Wells