WWBC -Favorite Book Series

This week’s Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge hosted by Long and Short Reviews is Favorite Book Series and Why. I feel I am repeating myself with this post as I just listed my top ten favorite series on a Top Ten Tuesday post back on March 24. To not be too repeating of myself only a few weeks a part, I am going to take three of the series from that Top Ten post and discuss them a little further – because anyone who is a book lover has more then one favorite series.

The Folk of Air Series by Holly Black – I talk about this series a lot. I really liked all three books and I felt each one was better than the last. The final book wrapped up all three books nicely and closed the story out with out leaving me feeling unfinished. I absolutely love the characters in the book and found myself wrapped up in their stories as if they were my own friends or family. I would recommend this series to anyone looking for a good read.

Strange The Dreamer Series by Laini Taylor – This series blew me away. I loved both books equally and have read them through twice now. The series kept me wanting to come back to finish to see what was going to happen. The first book, Strange the Dreamer, kept me wanting to know more about the characters and how they were going to interact with one another. The second book, Muse of Nightmares, was hard for me to stop reading (well listening to) as I was devouring the characters and the plot.

Circle Trilogy by Nora Roberts – This is probably one of my favorite trilogy sets ever. I have read this at least five times now and I enjoy it thoroughly each time. It involves witches and wizards, vampires, shape shifters; and a war that could bring the end of the world…what’s not to love? The characters are easy to love and the plot has subplots and story lines that keep peaking your interest.

You can find the WWBC list here.

7 thoughts on “WWBC -Favorite Book Series”

  1. That Holly Black series has been highly recommended to me previously and it’s one I plan to read. Interesting with the Laini Taylors. I was CRAZY for her Daughter of Smoke and Bone series but Strange the Dreamer didn’t do it for me. Maybe I should give the second book a go. Hmm.


    1. And see I was exactly the opposite. I loved Strange the Dreamer but Daughter or Smoke and Bone series…eh?


  2. I’m amused that so many suggestions on this blog-hop involve sci-fi, or more specifically, fantasy world-building, or paranormal world-building. I guess authors really get into reading about worlds someone else creates. How else can you crawl into the author’s head and get comfortable? Great suggestions.


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