Growing up I was grounded.....A LOT..... when grounded, the only thing I was allowed to do was read, and I did it a lot. Now it leaves me with an insatiable appetite for books. I read my fathers entire library, and I currently hold a library card for my town (and the 3 bordering towns). I went through everything Koontz has wrote over the years, most of King's work, a lot of Cussler's, a lot of Patterson, and many many many other authors. I recently read everything John Sandford has written to date in about a week, and the first 8 books of The Ranger's Apprentice in 2 days (book 9 in the mail) I need more... I need help. The greatest thing I have read to date was David Eddings Belgariad series. While the Eragon and Ranger's Apprentice series' have made me smile cause they are almost straight ripoffs with a new spin, I want more. Ranger's apprentice was wrote for children, and it reads that way. Eragon was written like like the kid watched Star Wars, read the Belgariad, then wrote his books. Even some of his character names are copied straight from Eddings (IE Brand) Can anyone recommend some nice long series that runs medieval fantasy, magic, yada, yada. I would greatly appreciate it. Something to a slightly older audience than Ranger's Apprentice would be nice too.