Some other great books are The Sight and Fire Bringer by David Clement-Davies.
Both of these stories are of the same universe, but during different times, I recommend reading Fire Bringer first because it takes place first. Both stories are kind of centered around a legend of a being who can see with a sixth sense and has the power to speak to all beings. Fire Bringer is about a Red Deer who gains this power. The second story, The Sight, is about a pack of wolves, specifically a brother and sister who gain a very similar ability.
Its not that obscure, but The Old Kingdom series by Garth Nix is one I find a lot of people haven't heard of.
I didn't even realize The Sight had a sequel.Second this. Firebringer and The Sight were both fantastic. It's a shame that Fell, his sequel to The Sight didn't quite have the same magic that the previous books did.
Omg! I read that! Her tribe was washed away by a tsunami, and she was the only survivor. Her and a wolf(wasn't it a wolf?). And they caught a squid(or was it an octopus?). Great novel. And I own all the Dune books, even the last few. Love that story. Nothing like a drug addicted galaxy!!Dune is a popular series, but I've not come across many people who've actually read it. It's a really amazing Sci-fi series, if you're into that.
Another book, one that I read during Elementary school I believe, was Island of the Blue Dolphins. It's about a Native American girl who was stranded. It's a children's novel, and not actually a series, but that was a book that always stuck with me. Unfortunately, I'm never able to find others who have also read it, and I don't own a copy of it myself. Yet.
lelOmg! I read that! Her tribe was washed away by a tsunami, and she was the only survivor. Her and a wolf(wasn't it a wolf?). And they caught a squid(or was it an octopus?). Great novel. And I own all the Dune books, even the last few. Love that story. Nothing like a drug addicted galaxy!!
Maaaaan, Animorphs. Loved that series.Animorphs is kind of obscure these days. I'll go with that.
It's an amazing series. So dark and a great deconstruction of everything sci-fi. As I was reading them a few years ago I got bored of the same plots getting repeated, but the series as a whole is excellent. Sad, funny, exciting, epic.