I mostly read fantasy, some sci-fi. In the last couple of years i've read: A Song of Ice and Fire Wheel of Time Hitchhikers Guide (3 from 5) 2001: Space Odyssey series Feist- Magician/Riftwar trilogy Dune Stranger in a Strange Land Robin Hobb- Farseer/Assassins trilogy + Liveship trilogy Mark Lawrence- Broken Empire/Thorns series (2 out of 3) first 3 or 4 Pratchett books Name of the Wind + Wise Mans Fear Sanderson- Elantris, Steelheart, Firefight Currently re-reading Wheel of Time, on book 8, in between reading new stuff. It's in the back of my mind to read something that doesn't involve dragons or spaceships but never really got round to it. Meanwhile my list of fantasy and sci fi is ever growing - via looking for genre classics, Hugo awards winners, and modern 'best of 2016' style lists. As I get older I find myself being the kind of person who goes deeper into one niche than spreads myself over a breadth of genres - this also applies to my sport and music interest (almost exclusively Rugby League and metal).