5 Completed Trilogies You Need on Your TBR

There’s nothing more annoying than starting the first book in a promising series and moving on to the second or even third book, but then you realize that book doesn’t come out for an entire year. It’s happened to me wayyyy more often than I’d like. I devour a book or two, only to find out the series isn’t completed yet! Your gal is impatient, and does not enjoy waiting a year for answers to a cliff hanger.

If you’re tired of that happening as well, check out these 5 completed trilogies! No need to wait for the next installment with these awesome reads!

1: Rebel Belle by Rachel Hawkins

Rebel Belle is a trilogy that follows a southern girl named Harper. She has an incredibly normal, incredibly classy life. Or at least she did, until the janitor died on her at Homecoming. After the strange death, she develops powers and if thrown into a position of having to protect an oracle, who also happens to be a boy she has had a rival with since she was little

2: City of Ghosts by Victoria Schwab

This middle school series follows Cassidy Blake, a girl who drowned in a lake. But she didn’t fully die. She’s relatively unharmed from her unplanned dip in the water, but she can now see ghosts. When her parents get a TV show where they travel the world, exploring haunted locations, Cassidy and her ghost best friend, Jacob, are sure to be with them. Each book covers a new location and a new ghost intent on causing harm as Cassidy figures out her gift and how to help ghosts find peace.

3: All Fall Down by Ally Carter

Grace Blakely is a 16 year old girl who witnessed her mother’s death three years ago. Grace swears someone murdered her, but no one believes in her or the man with a sinister scar across his face she claims shot her mother. When Grace moves to Embassy Row, a place where ambassadors from all over the world work together to maintain global peace, she begins stirring up trouble (and possibly an international incident or two) in an attempt to bring justice against the Scarred Man.

4: Shadowlands by Kate Brian

Rory Miller survived when infamous serial killer Steven Nell, who was posing as her science teacher, attacked her. Now in witness protection program and in a new, picturesque town, her newfound friends slowly begin going missing. But whenever she brings up the disappearances, no one seems to remember who her friends were. Nothing, including the residents, in Jupiter Landing are what they seem…

5: The Amateurs by Sara Shepard

Five years ago, Helena disappeared from her own backyard. Amateur sleuth Senecca decides to spend her spring break trying to crack the case with a couple of online friends she met who happen to have connections to Helena’s family. But the killer isn’t going to let Senecca and her friends get to the bottom of the mystery that easily…

I hope you enjoyed these recommendations and found something you love and recommend to others! If you did, please like and follow, it would mean a lot!

If you have read a book mentioned here, tell me about it! I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments!

See you around! Happy reading!

Meet the Book Blogger Tag

Welcome to my meet the blogger tag! I was tagged for this recently, and I am very excited to present it to you! Special thanks to @ Bibliomavens for creating the tag and @ RMA YA Books for tagging me!

Without further ado, let’s get into the tag!

Rules:

  • Nominated blogger can nominate ten other bloggers.
  • Use the same questions from the tag.
  • Tag the original creator ( @ Bibliomavens ) and the blogger who tagged you.

Who is your all time favorite book character?

That’s easily the hardest question that has ever been asked. There are just too many! I don’t know if I have one favorite, but my top few are Sloane Tavish from The Naturals by Jennifer Lynn Barnes, Kat Bishop from Heist Society by Ally Carter, and Pip from A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder by Holly Jackson.

If you were stranded on a desert island, which book would you take with you? (Survival books do not count.)

I would probably take The Battle of the Labyrinth by Rick Riordon. It is my comfort book and I know Percy’s bravery and Annabeth’s strength would definitely inspire me to get through life on the island.

What’s your most unpopular book opinion?

I hate dystopian books! There is just something about the genre and common tropes that really bugs me. I cannot stand them.

What’s your weirdest book habit?

One of my weirdest habits is that I avoid stopping reading at the end of a chapter. I always stop during the middle of a chapter. I don’t know why, but I make a point to never stop reading on the last page of a chapter or the first page of a new one. It’s weird, but it makes me oddly uncomfortable when I do.

What character would you bring to a family event as your fake partner?

Definitely Noah Estaban from All Fall Down by Ally Carter or Ravi Singh from A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder. Both boys are just so sweet and funny, my family would love them haha.

What made you decide to start a book blog?

I decided to start a book blog after years of encouragement from my mother. I always said no, and called blogs lame (sorry!) But I got tired of babbling about books to friends and family, all who politely listened but were clearly not interested. I figured I needed my own space of the internet to share my love of reading and favorite books with more people!

What about reading and books do you love the most?

I love seeing from different perspectives and the characters the best. I absolutely love meeting new characters and seeing them come to life through actions, dialogue, and narration.

What is your field of study/desired profession/ current profession?

I’m currently a junior in high school, but I hope to become a either an offender profiler or criminal lawyer.

What are some book recommendations that became your favorites/obsessions?

A couple summers ago, a friend of mine recommended I read the Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer. I was very hesitant at first, as I’m not much of a fan of future societies, retellings, or sci-fi/fantasy. But nevertheless, I picked up Cinder and absolutely loved it! The entire series if one of my all time favorites and I’m so happy my friend gave me the recommendation, because I doubt I’d have ever read the series without her.

What is the book you shove down everyone’s throat?

All Fall Down by Ally Carter! I will not shut up about this book! It’s been three years since I read and it is still my all time favorite. More people need to read it! I mean, what’s not to love? You have an unreliable narrator, political drama, and a mystery like no other! And don’t even get me started on how fantastic the characters are…

That concludes the Meet the Book Blogger Tag! It was so much fun to do!

I tag Gem @gemsbooknook

This tag was so much fun to do! Thank you for the tag!

See you around! Happy reading!

-Claire