Getting my list of five favorite series was particularly challenging for me because I still feel new(ish) to reading. What do I know?
Again, I’m gonna stick to series books I’ve read this year to help guide me because I don’t want to be tempted to say The Twilight Saga just to get off easy. LOL!
My Top Five Great Series of 2010:
Miranda’s teenage dreams came crashing down when a meteor pushed the moon off its axis and brought it closer to earth’s hemisphere. Only a few survive and life as she knew it will never be the same. In this series, Pfeffer delivered unique storytelling that offers hope and heartfelt romance even under the most dire circumstances. Loved it.
Holy swoon! Los hermanos Fuentes son muy calientes. Y ahora que el hermano menor, Luis, es todo lo criado, las historias de amor prohibido continuar. Aye papi, con papitas! In other words, I FREAKING LOVE THESE BOOKS!
The magic filled world that Julie Kagawa created for the Iron Fey series is my favorite to get lost in, but only if I have a smart cat or hawt Winter Prince to guide me (I wouldn’t dare venture in by myself).
All across the world, people were asking just one question: Team Peeta or Team Gale? In the middle of it all was a brave young woman, Katniss who proved without trying that justice would be had. This fight for freedom (and food) was gripping from start to finish.
I know, I know. Not really YA. More Urban Fantasy/ Paranormal Romance. But really, the books are pretty tame on the sexy times, so I don’t see why they couldn’t be considered YAish. Maybe it is because Sookie is in her 20s? Regardless, this long standing series is really one of my favs of all time. It’s got this perfect blend of southern comfort, kooky humor, and puzzling mysteries, plus there is one helluva swexy Viking vampire. *DED*
Who did you (would you) pick for your FIVE Great Series. Link me to your selections so I can check it out.
Join Persnickety Snark’s FIVE challenge. Posting schedule:
(my picks are linked to the challenge of the day)
December 21 – 5 Great Debuts
December 22 – 5 Great Covers
December 23 – 5 Great Series
December 24 – 5 Great Re-Reads
December 25 – 5 Most Anticipated (2011 titles)
December 26 – 5 Hopes for YA in 2011
December 27 – 5 Great YA Movie Deals
December 28 – 5 Great Author (in the flesh) Moments
December 29 – 5 Great YA Bloggers
December 30 – 5 Great Miracles that Occurred to Get Me Reading More ______ (choose your genre)
December 31 – 5 Best Titles for 2010