Reviews by Series

Starcrossed Trilogy by Josephine Angelini
Starcrossed | Dreamless | Goddess

Lux Series by Jennifer L. Armentrout
Obsidian | Onyx | Opal | Origin | Opposition

Grisha Trilogy by Leigh Bardugo
Shadow and Bone |  Siege and Storm | Ruin and Rising

The Rain Duology by Virginia Bergin
The Rain | The Storm

Magisterium by Holly Black and Cassandra Clare
The Iron Trial | The Copper Gauntlet

The Selection Series by Keira Cass
The Selection | The Elite | The One | The Heir

A School For Good and Evil Trilogy by Soman Chainani
A School For Good and Evil A World Without Princes | The Last Ever After

Matched Trilogy by Ally Condie
Matched | Crossed | Reached

Vivian Versus Duology by Katie Coyle
Vivian Versus the Apocalypse | Vivian Versus America

The Maze Runner Trilogy by James Dashner
The Maze Runner | The Scorch Trials | The Death Cure

Waterfire Saga by Jennifer Donnelly
Deep Blue | Rogue Wave

Fearsome Dreamer Duology by Laure Eve
Fearsome Dreamer | The Illusionists

Top 8 Trilogy by Katie Finn
Top 8 | What’s Your Status? | Unfriended

If I Stay Duology by Gayle Forman
If I Stay | Where She Went

Precious Gems Trilogy by Kerstin Gier
Ruby Red | Sapphire Blue | Emerald Green

Half Bad Trilogy by Sally Green
Half Bad | Half Lies | Half Wild

Burn for Burn Trilogy by Jenny Han and Siobhan Vivian
Burn For Burn | Fire With Fire | Ashes To Ashes

Rebel Belle Trilogy by Rachel Hawkins
Rebel Belle | Miss Mayhem | Lady Renegades

Mara Dyer Trilogy by Michelle Hodkin
The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer | The Evolution of Mara Dyer | The Retribution of Mara Dyer

Call of the Forgotten Trilogy by Julie Kagawa
The Lost Prince | The Iron Traitor | The Iron Warrior

Talon Series by Julie Kagawa
Talon | Rogue

Teardrop Duology by Lauren Kate
Teardrop | Waterfall

His Fair Assassin Trilogy by Robin LaFevers
Grave Mercy | Dark Triumph | Mortal Heart

Legend Trilogy by Marie Lu
Legend | Prodigy | Champion

Throne of Glass Series by Sarah J. Maas
Throne of Glass | Crown of Midnight | Heir of Fire | Queen of Shadows

Bloodlines Series by Richelle Mead
Bloodlines |  The Golden Lily | The Indigo Spell | The Fiery Heart | Silver Shadows | The Ruby Circle

Vampire Academy Series by Richelle Mead
Vampire Academy | Frostbite

The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer
Cinder | Scarlet | Cress | Winter

The 100 Trilogy by Kass Morgan
The 100 | Day 21 | Homecoming

Miss Peregrine’s Trilogy by Ransom Riggs
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children | Hollow City

Heroes of Olympus Series by Rick Riordan
The Lost Hero | The Son of Neptune | The Mark of Athena | The House of Hades | The Blood of Olympus

Under The Never Sky Trilogy by Veronica Rossi
Under the Never Sky Through the Ever Night | Into the Still Blue

Winner’s Trilogy by Marie Rutkoski
The Winner’s Curse | The Winner’s Crime

The Perfectionists Duology by Sara Shepard
The Perfectionists | The Good Girls

Study Series by Maria V Snyder
Poison Study | Magic Study | Fire Study

Glass Series by Maria V Snyder
Storm Glass | Sea GlassSpy Glass

The Raven Cycle Quartet by Maggie Stiefvater
The Raven Boys | The Dream Theives | Blue Lily, Lily Blue | The Raven King

Daughter of Smoke and Bone Trilogy by Laini Taylor
Daughter of Smoke and Bone Days of Blood and Starlight | Dreams of Gods and Monsters

Slated Trilogy by Teri Terry
Slated | Fractured | Shattered

Rebel Duology by Amy Tintera
Rebel | Reboot

Pivot Point Duology by Kasie West
Pivot Point | Split Second

Uglies Series by Scott Westerfeld
Uglies | Pretties | Specials | Extras

 Mind Games Duology by Kiersten White
Mind Games | Perfect Lies

Dust Lands Trilogy by Moira Young
Blood Red Road | Raging Star | Rebel Heart

T5W: Friendship Groups

There’s nothing better than reading a book where the protagonist is surrounded by a great group of friends – friends that support them in whatever they do but also challenge them to do things they wouldn’t be able to do alone. Here are our top five picks for friendship groups we’d love to be a part of!

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1. Emily, Frank, Dawn and Collins from ‘Since You’ve Been Gone’
What was brilliant about this friendship was that it only really culminated over the summer. As readers, we got to experience Emily discovering new friends, whilst still surviving Sloane’s absence. This book is the perfect example of friendship – if everyone is willing to skinny-dip, then you know you’re friends for life!

2. Cammie, Bex, Liz and Macy from ‘The Gallagher Girls’
All four friends bring something distinctly different to this group; Bex has her beauty, Liz has her brains and Macy has her daring personality (not to mention her father’s money!) Again, if someone is willing to bug the house of the guy you like, there’s nothing they wouldn’t do for you!

3. Harry, Ron and Hermione from ‘Harry Potter’
There’s no way this golden trio couldn’t be mentioned! I loved watching their friendship grow as the series progressed and how supportive Ron and Hermione were of Harry, even when he was being a little bit of a douche-canoe. They’re consistent dedication to helping each other, and the rest of the magical universe for that matter, should be admired.

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4. Percy, Annabeth, Jason, Piper, Leo, Frank and Hazel from ‘Heroes of Olympus’
Why I loved ‘Mark of Athena’ the most out of the whole series was the friendship and teamwork that arose from the seven halfbloods living in the Argo II. Each character could easily mix with any of the other six. Although, if I was to join this group, I might end up feeling like the ninth wheel (as Leo is already spoken for.) Rick really seems to care about his characters finding love. Aww!

5. Cinder, Iko, Scarlett, Wolf, Cress and Thorne from ‘The Lunar Chronicles’
Again, a similar problem would arise from being part of this friendship group – everyone’s part of a couple! (Don’t tell me Cress and Thorne aren’t a proper thing yet. Just wait for ‘Winter’ and I know they WILL be!) What’s special about this group is the diversity, in both gender, age and ability…..and the degree to which they can be classified as human, of course. Cress is a cutie, Scarlett is kick-ass and I bet Thorne would be able to keep everyone entertained, even if the world is being crippled by disease.

15 for 15

There are so many amazing books that we would like to read this year, and prioritizing what we want to read has never been a strong point of ours! But we thought we would come up with a list of our 15 most anticipated reads, because, who knows, maybe a few of them will make it to our Top 15 of 2015 video at the end of the year!

  1. Bloodlines by Richelle Mead
  2. Winter by Marissa Meyer
  3. Dreams of Gods and Monsters by Laini Taylor
  4. The Evolution of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin
  5. Ruin and Rising by Leigh Bardugo
  6. Geek Girl: All That Glitters by Holly Smale
  7. The Elite by Kiera Cass
  8. Shadow Study by Maria V. Synder
  9. The Sword of Summer by Rick Riordan
  10. Split Second by Kasie West
  11. Emerald Green by Kerstin Gier
  12. The Last Ever After by Soman Chainani
  13. Salt & Stone by Victoria Scott
  14. Through The Ever Night by Veronica Rossi
  15. Talon by Julie Kagawa

Thank you to Sarah for inspiring this post. We’re so excited to read these books, even though some of them are yet to be released!

Happy Reading!