My 11 Favorite Trilogies!

Hi guys! I hope your weekend was fabulous and that your week started on a good note! ❀

There’s no MMM this week because I don’t really have a lot to update you on. I’m currently reading Gathering Darkness by Morgan Rhodes, the third book in the Falling Kingdoms series, and school is still difficult. Nothing new, really. So I’ve decided that I’m only going to do MMM posts if something major I want to talk about happens, and otherwise try to bring various new posts to my blog. πŸ™‚


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To kick this off, I decided to do a countdown list of my favorite trilogies! Normally I’d do a top 10, but today I thought I’d be a rebel and do 11. XD

Without further ado, let’s get into the list! (If you’re interested, reviews for most of these books can be found on my review index page. Titles linked to the Goodreads page for the first book.)

11. Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi

I read this fairly early in my blogging life, after hearing so many great things about it. I found an issue or two with each book, but even now it’s still one of my favorites. And can we just take a minute to admire these covers? They’re gorgeous! (Yes, I know, I’m about the millionth person to say that, haha.)

10. Across the Universe by Beth Revis

Don’t be put off by the “meh” cover change! I read this late last year and finished it at the start of this year, and it’s great. It’s a combination of sci-fi, mystery, and romance. πŸ˜€

9. Sweet Evil by Wendy Higgins

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There’s also a companion novel, called Sweet Temptation, telling the key points of the story from the main male’s perspective. This is a really cool take on nephilim, where the leaders, called the Dukes, are each in charge of a sin (gluttony, lust, substance abuse, sloth, etc.) and their children have to enforce that sin in the human world. I’m not very good at summarizing, so if you’re not sure just read it! πŸ˜‰

8. The Goddess Test by AimΓ©e Carter

There’s also The Goddess Legacy, #2.5,Β collection of prequel novellas that focus on some of the most important secondary characters. The trilogy itself is a modern retelling of the Persephone myth, and I originally read them years ago. Since then I’ve reread the trilogy 3-4 times, and I think another is necessary soon. Honestly, I’m pretty sure I read these the first time before I actually got into reading. πŸ™‚

7. Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor

Even though I had more issues as the trilogy progressed, it was still amazing. The world was so gorgeous and raw, and it was an intense but simultaneously very fun ride. And these covers are just really pretty, too. πŸ˜‰

6. Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs

*is shocked because I always thought the name of the trilogy was MPHFPC* *wants to see the movie so badly* I think you all know about this trilogy, either because it’s so popular or because of the hype from the movie release or because of Jesse’s enthusiasm about it. πŸ˜›

5. Grisha by Leigh Bardugo

Not quite as fabulous as the Six of Crows duology, but still amazing in its own way. Granted, I never understood or got on board with everyone’s infatuation with the Darkling, but I really enjoyed this trilogy anyway. It’s a fun high fantasy in a Russian-based world, and isn’t too heavy. πŸ˜‰

4. Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin

Possibly my favorite books read over the summer. I’d heard so much about these books and finally got the first one for my birthday in June. I was obsessed almost immediately. It’s a creepy psychological thriller, with amazing family presence and Noah Shaw. You definitely need to start (or finish) this trilogy if you haven’t! πŸ˜€

3. Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins

These covers are really simple but also really pretty. This cover change I do approve of. These books are easily my favorite contemporaries ever, and they’re basically the definition of cute, fluffy reads. πŸ™‚

(And I’m hoping I’ll find anΒ Γ‰tienne of my own when I go to France in a couple of years, to be honest…)

2. The Infernal Devices by Cassandra Clare

If you haven’t heard of this trilogy, what rock do you live under? XD If you haven’t read it, no big deal, just read it ASAP so you can fall in love and have your soul crushed just like the rest of us. It’s a great time, I promise. πŸ˜‰ Anyway, I love this trilogy for a lot of reasons, but my favorite part, hands down: Herongraystairs! ❀

1. A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas

Yes, this is a trilogy, no I didn’t forget a book. The third book has no title or cover yet, and won’t be out until May of next year. However, these two books were mind-blowingly fabulous and soul-crushing, and I know the third will be too, so it’s here anyway. And if you’ve been following me, here or on any social media, for any time at all, you should’ve expected this. XD I’M ADDICTED TO THIS SERIES. ❀ *infinite heart eyes*

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And that wraps up this post!


Do we have any favorite trilogies in common? What are some of your favorites that I didn’t include // should check out? Are there any other posts, favorites lists or otherwise, that you’d like to see in the near future? I’d love to know! Tell me in the comments! πŸ™‚

I’m off to have cake and play some Mario before going to bed. πŸ˜› I hope you all have a fabulous day/night! ❀

Until next time…

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