SERIES I’VE COMPLETED SERIES | 2017

I think I’ve already talked about how I wanted to complete at least ten series I had already started this year. I’m currently at 6, so over halfway ! Yesss.

I thought it might be cool to share ALL the series I’ve completed to far,  and highlight some of my favourite series of all time.

I’ve completed 37 series throughout my reading career, and I’m stoked that (hopefully) by the end of the year that will be up to 40. That’s a lot of series! So without further ado here is all the series I’ve completed

 

DUOLOGIES

 

1: SIX OF CROWS by Leigh Bardugo – 5 stars

One of my favourite series of all time, I think most people have read this or at least heard of it. It’s such a solid duology and I really want to reread it soon because everything about it is great.

 

2: PASSENGER DUOLOGY by Alexandra Bracken – 4 stars

3: THE CARRIE DIARIES by Candace Bushnell – 3 stars

4: MESSENGER OF FEAR DUOLOGY by Michael Grant – 3 stars

 

TRILOGIES

5: DIVERGENT TRILOGY by Veronica Roth – 3.5 stars

6: THE INFERNAL DEVICES by Cassandra Clare – 4.25 stars

This is another series I assume most people have heard of, it’s my favourite (completed) Cassandra Clare series and has a lot of characters I really like within it. Although The Dark Artifices might top it as the best Clare series it’s still a gem.

 

7: RONDO by Emily Rodda – 3.5 stars

8: INKWORLD by Cornelia Funke – 3.5 stars

9: BZRK by Michael Grant – 4 stars

This series is super underrated but it’s a sci-fi about nanotechnology and it is so wild. I really love it and want to reread it eventually. I remember being totaly mindblown by the technology and the main character was such a kickass girl.

 

10: THE ELLIE CHRONICLES by John Marsden – 3.5 stars

11: GRISHA TRILOGY by Leigh Bardugo – 4 stars

12: THE MAZE RUNNER by James Dashner – 3.5 stars

 

13: THE YONG ELITES TRILOGY by Marie Lu – 4.5 stars

This is another series I talk about a lot. I fell in love with this series this year, the plot and world is amazing but I adored the characters and the concepts of moral ambiguity this book centered around.

14: HIS DARK MATERIALS by Philip Pullman – 4 stars

15: THE HUNGER GAMES by Suzanne Collins – 4 stars

16: RECKONERS TRILOGY by Brandon Sanderson – 3.5 stars

 

17: ALL FOR THE GAME by Nora Sakavic – 4.5 stars

MY ONE GREAT LOVE, The Foxhole Court as it’s more commonly known (because Nora Sakavic had the perfect series title in The Foxhole Court and didn’t go with that smh) But anyway, I absolutely love love love this trilogy so much. Everyone is SICK of me saying that but it’s true. The characters are incredible and I love their stories so much and you all need to read this already don’t let the covers put you off it’s such GOOD QUALITY CONTENT

 

18: LEGEND TRILOGY by Marie Lu – 3.5 stars

19: PENRYN & THE END OF DAYS by Susan Ee – 3.5 stars (series review)

20: SHADES OF MAGIC by V.E Schwab – 3.5 stars (series review)

21: LET THE SKY FALL by Shannon Messenger – 2 stars

22: THE 100 by Kass Morgan – 2.5 stars

23: MISTBORN TRILOGY by Brandon Sanderson – 4 stars

 

SERIES

24: PRETTY LITTLE LIARS by Sara Shepard – 3 stars

25: THE LAST DRAGON CHRONICLES by Chris d’Lacey – 2.5 stars

26: ONCE by Morris Glietzman – 3.5 stars

27: THE TOMORROW SERIES by John Marsden – 4 stars

I WILL HYPE THIS SERIES UNTIL THE DAY I DIE. The Tomorrow Series, or Tomorrow When the War Began, is an Australian series about a group of teenagers who go comping for the weekend – only to return and discover that their town has been invaded by an unknown foreign power. I loved the way that trauma was dealt with in this series, and the realistic depiction of teenagers. Ellie, the main character, is one of my favourite heroines in YA ever. I want to reread this series, but it has soo many books (seven!) I can never motivate myself to. But I still really highly recommend it.

28: THE GUARDIANS OF GA’HOOLE by Kathryn Lasky – 3.5 stars

29: THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA by C.S Lewis – 3.5 stars

30: CHERUB SERIES by Robert Muchamore – 3.5 stars

31: INHERITANCE CYCLE by Christopher Paolini – 4 stars

32: HARRY POTTER by J.K Rowling – 5+++ stars

I mean it’s Harry Potter so do I really need to say anything? Favourite series ever and ever blah blah you know the drift obviously this series is my entire life and I’d die for Harry James Potter in an instant.  moving on

33: THE MORTAL INSTRUMENTS by Cassandra Clare – 3.75 stars

34: THE GONE SERIES by Michael Grant – 4 stars

35: GALLAGHER GIRLS by Ally Carter – 3.5 stars

36: THE LOREIN LEGACIES by Pittacus Lore – 3.5 stars

37: THE RAVEN CYCLE by Maggie Stiefvater – 4.5 stars

Last but definitely not least! I read The Raven Boys on a whim last year and immediately binged the entire series. I fell in love with the characters and atmosphere of the books. Maggie Stiefvater has an amazng writing style, and while I was let down by the end of this series it’s still really great overall. I cannot wait for Maggie to release The Ronan Trilogy.

 


 

And thats it! Although I’m actually quite proud of this number! It was heaps more then I thought it would be when I started counting. What series do you guys love and how many have you read?


8 thoughts on “SERIES I’VE COMPLETED SERIES | 2017

  1. Damn girl, you are putting me to shame! I’ve only completed a few series and duologies. My one goal is to complete the Pretty Little Liars and The Lying Game series by Sara Shepard. I have bits and pieces of those series but have yet to finish.

    It’s so hard to finish series because you read a book and then realize it’s a series. So then you read the rest of the series, think it’s all done and then BAM the author decides to release more books. lol. It’s a constant struggle.

    Excellent post! ❤

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  2. Tomorrow when the war began!!! I remember reading this in intermediate and absolutely devouring the first 3 books before getting distracted (why does this always happen 😭) but I loved that series. I might have to re read it one day

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  3. That is a LOT of series that you’ve completed! Amazing list; I myself have read quite a few of these, but at the same time – haven’t even heard of some of the books you mentioned 🙂

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