Over the years i’ve been watching and reading a lot of booktubers and book-bloggers talk about books. I adore books and i enjoy hearing bout new recommendations and such.
Way before i started following bloggers and booktubers i used to trust my library to find new books to read. Back then, i didn’t follow any “trends” of books so i read stuff that really caught my eye at the very moment. It iinsteresting, because many of my favorite series aren’t very talked about in the booksphere and i think it’s a waste.
So today i decided to share with you 5 series (more like trilogies) that i don’t see much going around and tey may be a bit older than what’s going on right now, but they are great in my opinion.
The Gospel According to Larry/Vote For Larry/Larry And The Meaning of Life by Janet Tashjian.
I never saw anyone talking about these books. They are about a teenager that with his blog is trying to change the world and how he goes from being anonymous to famous and the how much it takes from him.
I received the first book of this trlogy when i was about 15-16 years old back then and it blew my mind.
It took a few years until i learned about the other two books on the trilogy, and i only read one of them (the other is in my tbr for this year. But the first book changed my mind in so many ways. it can be read as a standalone and i recommend it so much.
The Hunt/The Prey/The Trap by Andrew Fukuda
I know by the time you’ll be reading this Vampires are outdated but this trilogy is something else. It always reminded me a bit of The Hunger Games. It is full of action and some really good plot twists.
I adored reading this series, and i totally recommend it to everyone looking for some adventure.
Half Bad/ Half Wild/Half Lost by Sally Green
The one i discovered thanks to a booktuber. This books are just AMAZING. One of my favorites of all time for sure.
In a world where there are black and white magicians a boy born from a white witch and a black one is feared and mistreated. Until he finds his own way.
It is about to be adapted into a series by netflix and i recommend to read the books before watching it!
The Red Pyramid/The Throne of Fire/The Serprent’s Shadow by Rick Riordan
This is in my opinion the least talked series by Rick Riordan and to me that’s a shame because it is as amazing as the others.
The story moves around two siblings, Carter and Sadie, who one day discover the Egyptian gods are real and his father has become one of them.
As Seth tries to destroy everything, they are sent on a great adventure to save the world!
Beautiful Creatures/Beautiful Darkness/Beautiful Chaos/ Beautiful Redemption by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl
I think this is a series people don’t give enough of an opportunity, sadly because the second book is a bit slow and boring. But one you get through it, the next two ones are AWESOME.
This is the story of a caster (sort of witch) named Lena and a boy who falls for her named Wade. Oh, just thiking about this story i just want to reread it. I love the characters so so much. It was adapted to a movie but i don’t recommend it because it was … no good.
I don’t know what else to tell you, i think these are great books and hope you look for them and try and gve them a chance… if you do, let me know!