Friday, September 21, 2012
My Friday 5 - Five Book Series I love...
This week, it's five book series I've loved (in no particular order):
The Fever Series by Karen Marie Moning
I looked for the release of every single book and waited in torturous agony b/c it was a year+ between releases. Barron was the very first super-cruel dickhead of a hero I ever read, and I loved every single minute he was on the page.
The Morganville Vampires by Rachel Caine
I loved the first one and still love them as they come out. I love all the characters. My sister got a little tired of them, but I say: Keep 'em coming.
The Night Huntress Series by Jeaniene Frost.
Another urban fantasy/paranormal series I love, with probably one of the yummiest heroes I've EVER read. Read the first five books two years ago during my summer vacation and the rest have been consumed as they come out. Just love them!
Secret Society Girl Series by Diana Peterfreund
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE THESE BOOKS! They were the first NA books I read (since college), which make them special to me. I read the entire series in a weekend and I really wished there were more...although I know it's not possible. Really, where would the story go?
The Harry Potter Books by J.K. Rowling
I know that these are a little obvious, but I love these books! I didn't start reading them until after Goblet of Fire was released, but I devoured them and read each subsequent book the day it came out. I remember canceling a date with a guy, claiming to be sick, because I wanted to stay home and finish Order of the Phoenix, and I remember staying perched by the door the day The Deathly Hallows was released, waiting for the mailman to ring the bell. He never did, and finally, at 5 pm, I went out to the mail and found he left it in there (dick!), so I sat down on the couch and read it until 5 am. I really miss the excitement of waiting for a book to come out so bad that my chest gets all tight with longing and I just can't waaaaiiiiit another minute! That hasn't happened in so long, sadly.
What book series have you read and loved?