has been a great year regarding the series. I got to read and explore many worlds. These
were my top series for the year. (In no particular order.)
The Blackthorn Series
by Lindsay J. Pryor: You guys already
know how I fell in love with Ms. Pryor’s finely crafted world. There are to be
four more books in the series and I am ecstatic over that fact. I don’t think I
have read such a finely executed dark PNR world before. I absolutely fell in
love with it and its characters. Reviewed here and here.
The Hourglass Trilogy
by Myra McEntire: Absolutely good. I
devoured this trilogy when I marathon-ed them this summer. Can’t wait to read
more form Ms. McEntire. Reviewed here.
The Throne of Glass Series
by Sarah J. Mass: Although only 3
books have been released so far. This series is turning out to be a mighty
great ride. I am soo eager to know how Ms. Mass is going to reveal more
characters and her dangerous fae world. Really want to review these books. But haven't gotten round to it. Someday soon.
The Unbound Trilogy
by Rachel Vincent: Ooh I have read all of her series now and I have enjoyed each and every one of
them. This series was no different. Reviewed here.
by Ilsa J. Bick: Loved this different
zombie take. I read the last two books this year and absolutely loved getting
back into the Ms. Bick’s head. Loved how our world was exploded with the multiple
perspectives. Reviewed here, here and here.
Worthy Mentions: (All of these had something in the last book that I didn’t
really like. They felt unnecessary in my opinion. Teeheh.)
The Darkest Minds Trilogy:
Was it really necessary to kill him off? :( I get that it was the
major push Ruby needed but really…?? :/ I did enjoy the trilogy when it lasted. A
potentially great one.
The Cahill Witch Chronicles:
I loved this witchy tale. It kept me engrossed and I loved Finn. Really digged the ending to the first two books.
The Mara Dyer Trilogy:
The last book brought the trilogy down for me. But I can’t forget how good the
first two books were so this makes it into ze list. I want to do a mini-review for this book someday.
Will talk more then. D: