I have no idea what to choose to talk about... lets see... ah hah!

Low/High Fantasy

The Lord of the Rings
Book Format: 50th Anniversary Hardcover
Language: English, of course
Read: Nope
Thoughts: Of course I'll start with the archetype of High Fantasy. I got this edition my mistake because I wanted other edition. The one I wanted had a hard case where to put the book. When I opened the delivered box and saw that it didnt have the case I was disappointed. However, It is a really nice book. It contains the 3 original books as a single book, because that was how JRR Tolkien originally wanted it to be published. It has a nice introduction and maps. 10/10. I havent read this one because I want to read The Hobbit first, but i havent found a nice edition for that one yet.
As a side note, this books has the whites pages I have ever seen.

The Lord of the Rings - A readers Companion
Book Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Read: No
Thoughts: I got this one along with the 50th anniversary of the LotR book. It has a lot of information, intended to be read alongside the LotR book. Really good.

A Song of Ice & Fire - Game of Thrones
Book Format: Paperback
Language: Spanish
Read: Yes
Thoughts: While I had to work at a customer for several months, I girl that worked in front of me recommended me these books. Then one day I bought all 5 of them (the ones released so far). I liked the first one. It started kinda slow, but slowly it stared to take pace.

A Song of Ice & Fire - A Clash of Kings
Book Format: Paperback
Language: Spanish
Read: Yes
Thoughts: My favourite book in the series. It has a huge battle going on, long travels, more dead people, more battles, and its one of the shortest books. This one made me keep reading.

A Song of Ice & Fire - A Storm of Swords
Book Format: Paperback
Language: Espaniol
Read: yes
Thoughts: Good book, but, kinda long. And thats the drawback of these books, they are long. More than they should. Thats the only thing in favour of the tv series over the books, it has a faster pace. Why the hell do you have to drag the books, JJ Martin?

A Song of Ice & Fire - A Feast of Crows
Book Format: Paperback
Language: Spanish
Read: Started it, never finished it.
Thoughts: By this book I was kinda of tired of keep reading. Not because the story wasnt interesting (it is quite interesting), but, as with all things, I get tired of the same thing all the time. So i tried to read books in between and then one day i never came back. I should of, but, man its a thick book...

A Song of Ice & Fire - A Dance with Dragons
Book Format: Paperback
Language: Spanish
Read: Nope
Thoughts: Havent read it. Its the last and the thickest book in the series (so far). So, books or tv series? Well, on one hand the books are very detailed, has a lot of things going on, but they are loooooong. The tv series has a faster pace and... thats it. It has weird plots and pointless sex scenes that add nothing(I'm a pragmatic person, what can I say). The tv series should have been 2 or 3 seasons per book. But, los dos a la final.

The World of A Song of Ice & Fire
Book Format: Hardcover (coffee table book)
Language: English
Read: Neh
Thoughts: Its a coffee table book with information about the world of A Song of Ice and Fire. A lot less interesting than it might sound. Buy and forget...

Discworld - The Colour of Magic
Book Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Read: Yes
Thoughts: Ah Discworld. I hard about it for so long, always good things, never bad things. One day I decided to buy 'em. Are they high or low fantasy? Who cares, hilarious is what they are. They are not comedic books, butt they are high/low fantasy books with comedy in them. I like them, they made me chuckle a few times.

Discworld - The Light Fantastic
Book Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Read: Yes
Thoughts: I believe its the only sequel book in 50+ books. Just as with The Colour of Magic, looks like Pratchet was trying to find a direction with the series.

Discworld - Equal Rites
Book Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Read: Yes
Thoughts: Yes, the name of the book is a pun. In Discworld men are wizards and women are witches, as with any other fantasy books. But in this one a little girl was born to be a wizard, but the wizard academy only accepts boys! Hilarity ensues. I guess in this book Pratched decided to make fun of the fantasy genre. Well not make "fun of" but I dont remember the world now...

Discworld - Sourcery!
Book Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Read: Yes
Thoughts: The number 8 has a very powerful magical significance in Discworld. Being the 8th son means being born with high magical power. Being the 8th son of a 8th son means... being a Sourcerer. I found it to be a little bit darker than the previous books, but hey, Rincewind appears in this one!

Discworld - Mort
Book Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Read: Yes
Thoughts: In my opinion, the best character in the series is DEATH. This book is, kind of, based on DEATH. Mort needs a job, and DEATH needs an assistant. Bad thing is that Mort is not good with jobs.

Discworld - Wyrd Sisters
Book Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Read: Currently reading it.
Thoughts: This one is focused on 3 of the witches. Didnt find it as good as the previous ones, but i just read half of it so far.

Discworld - Up to Lords and Ladies
Book Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Read: No
Thoughts: I only have 13 of the 50+ books of the series, and only read the first 5 and a half of them. I plan to get all of them eventually. I highly recommend them, they are short, good,clever, and funny.

Discworld: Mrs Bradshaw handbook
Book Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Read: No
Thoughts: There are many side books to the main series. This one is supposed to be like a handbook on how to travel around Discworld (I think). Its more comedic than fantasy.

Discworld: The Atlas of Discworld
Book Format: Small cheap book version with poster, and hardcover book with gigantic poster.
Language: English (both)
Read: Kinda
Thoughts: The first one that I bought was small and didnt offer much besides a map of Discworld. Then I got the second one, and it has a lot of information, and a huge double map. Amazing stuff.

And I think thats it. This was a long post because I decided to talk about each book inside a specific serie (unlike The Dark Tower).
There are others books that should be here, but either they were already presented (The Dark Tower) or they will be presented in another category.

No idea what I will talk about next time, I dont think I have a broad category for the rest, maybe small ones like fiction, comedics, biographies, etc.