Hello friends! I’m Alice and after feeling inspired to type up some new blog posts today, I thought let’s reveal some of the biggest trilogies in Young-Adult Fiction I haven’t read yet. Since there are a sheer number of them, I’m only going to mention five since otherwise, we will be here for like six months and we don’t want that XD
So, onto the five trilogies!
1, The Slated Trilogy by Teri Terry.
This is one that I feel very awkward about when it comes to explaining why I haven’t read this trilogy yet. Back in the New Year, I went to my local indie bookstore and grabbed what I thought was the first book in the trilogy at a very cheap price. Turned out to be the third book, oops. But with some quick thinking and planning, the bookstore very kindly ordered the first two in for me at a discounted price because I explained about my book blog. I was planning to binge-read the trilogy over the February half-term break but that didn’t happen due to reviews due for publishers on other books. So, I plan to read this trilogy by the end of this year at some point.
2, The Delirium Trilogy by Lauren Oliver.
I own the first book in paperback but not the other two. The new covers in the image above are super pretty by the way, so currently am looking out for those editions. But yeah, a lot of people have recommended this trilogy to me because I mentioned that I enjoyed The Hunger Games and was looking for an heart-racing, action packed trilogy to read as a follow-up to that one. I own another one of Lauren’s books called Panic which I still have yet to read.
3, The Divergent Trilogy by Veronica Roth.
I know, I’m sooooooo super late to this trilogy. To be honest, I started reading Divergent last year but I wasn’t feeling it. At that point, I was more into Contemporary YA rather than Fantasy. I do own a copy of Divergent but not the rest of the trilogy. I would like to read it at some stage but as of right now, I’m more interested in her latest work in progress due for release in 2017 which is Carve The Mark. The cover and premise caught my eye on first sight so I might read that one first before the Divergent trilogy, i’m just not sure.
4, The Young Elites Trilogy by Marie Lu.
I’m slowly reading the Legend trilogy by Marie at the moment and I am absolutely loving it. Legend was such a thrill ride, I can’t even believe how exciting a first book for a trilogy it was. First books are important in my opinion as that can either persuade someone to carry on with the rest of the trilogy or completely bin it but her writing style is just a joy to read. I think that this trilogy will hopefully be just as good as the Legend one.
5, The 5th Wave Trilogy by Rick Yancey.
I’ve seen a ton of mixed reviews and hype surrounding this trilogy and at this moment in time, i’m still on the fence about reading this one. I have the hardback edition of The 5th Wave on my bookshelf in my bookie bedroom but the premise I have to say does look interesting if not a little bit scary with all of the waves. I might never look at a beach in the same way again ahahaha. 😛
So, that is it for this blog post, don’t forgot to hit the like button if you enjoyed it. Let me know (without SPOILERS please!) if you’ve read any of the trilogies mentioned and any thoughts about them. If you know anyone who loves books, tell them about my book blog.