Lord of the Rings and Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien (4 books total).
Eragon Cycle by Christopher Paolini (3 books, soon to be 4).
Bartimaues Trilogy by Jonathan Stroud (3 books, it’s either Bartimaues Trilogy or Bartimeaus Trilogy, can never seem to remember).
The Sons of the Great Mother Bear by Liselotte Welskopf-Henrich (6 books, it’s great. Go read it).
His Dark Materials by Philip Pullman (3 books, hands down, the best goddamn trilogy I’ve ever read. And I don’t throw that word around).
Discworld by Terry Pratchet (Only have two books from this series, can’t really call it a cycle because it… well, it has 39 books. Not all of them follow the same plotline, tho. Still the same series).
The Space Trilogy by C. S. Lewis (3 books)
Cloud World by David McAlpine Cunningham (Has a sequel, Cloud World at War, but I haven’t got it yet. Sadly).
Winnetou and Old Surehand 1&2 by Karl May (This one left me speechless, go read it, see what it does to you).
Narnia – The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C. S. Lewis (One of the first books I’ve read in English, it’s a great book, I’m sure you’ve heard of it).
Martyno Mažvydo katekizmas (Catechism by Martynas Mažvydas)
This was the first Lithuanian book ever made. I didn’t even know I had it, but… even though this is more Christian than anything else, this book really, really means alot to me, so it gets it’s own tab.
All my books, in no particular order:
Still under construction.
Give me some slack, it’s 314 books after all, takes a while to edit around :p