Got a road trip so taking The Diamond Throne by Eddings to reread. Been a while.
I had a similar problem but on the other end. I tried to read through The Black Company but couldn't get through book 1. I plan to go back to them at some point and try again. One of the things I like about the Garrett books is that there are 2 stories going on if you read through more of the books. There is the story that Garrett is going through and then there is the story of the city-state of TunFaire and the social impact of the changes the city goes through; and how Garrett and friends adapt to them. Also, I've pulled some of the story plots from the books into my D&D games.As much as I like Cook I picked up the first Garrett book but couldn't finish it. I'll give it another go soon.
Vorkosigan is great! When I'm stuck in a waiting room it's the first books I think of to pass time enjoyably. Have your read the one with his cousin, Captain Ivan Vorpatril, as the lead? It's really funny.I've got out of the habit of reading as much in the last few years (I more often buy books on Audilble now) but one series I found very re-readable are Lois McMaster Bujold's Vorkosigan novels. There are very few I haven't read at least a couple of times, and I've re-read Memory, Komarr and A Civil Campaign several times.
Aside from that, I'll often re-read (or re-listen) a series when the next novel is due to come out. I did that recently with the Dresden Files series, and before that the Rivers of London series.
Indeed I have, it was most enjoyable. I also liked her book about Cordelia Naismith-Vorkosigan's new romance.Have your read the one with his cousin, Captain Ivan Vorpatril, as the lead? It's really funny.