Hey everyone! I thought it would be good to write down five of my favorite books and series for you. In no particular order, here they are:
- The Bible. Okay, so maybe I will rank this first one…This book will have to be at the top. I’m still not the kind of person who is obsessed with reading the Bible constantly (though I’m coming to that point), but I’m becoming more and more fond of it. And one day, I hope to be able to say that it’s my favorite book beyond a shadow of a doubt.
- The Edge on the Sword by Rebecca Tingle. It’s such a good book, and no one knows about it! I love medieval and European (not as much modern European) royalty, and I am very fond of Europe. This book fits my taste perfectly.
- The Lily Series by Nancy Rue. This series is fabulous! It took me forever to get my hands on all fourteen of the books, but I finally did it! It’s definitely worth reading. And yeah, maybe it’s a little too young for an “almost adult,” but I don’t care. I love them anyway.
- The Percy Jackson Series by Rick Riordan. I am NOT a supporter of the direction he has gone with his writing, but the original five Percy Jackson books are good, pretty clean, and appropriate for the younger audiences. Well, just as long as they don’t start obsessing over it…
- Little Women by Louisa May Alcott. Okay, so Alcott fashioned believable, relatable, and lovable characters in this novel. Her two sequels are okay (I’m still not done with Little Men), but Little Women is timeless.
4 thoughts on “Five of my Favorite Books/Series”
Hi! This is my first time on your blog and loving it so far. Your top 5 book list caught my eye, as I’ve also read the Lily Series and Little Women (one of my all-time favorite literary reads!), and of course, the Bible. 🙂 The other 2 you mentioned I’ll be adding to my library book list though.
I’m hosting a Louisa May Alcott reading challenge (on my blog) this month, if you’re interested in joining us.
Off to read more on your blog!
HI! Thank you so much for visiting! Little Women is amazing. We just watched the movie with Christian Bale. I’ll have to check the reading challenge out! I just did a Louisa May Alcott school project a few weeks ago, so I naturally enjoy her. 🙂
Little Women is one of those books that I read so often as a child I wound up going through three copies because they kept falling apart. I love Rick Riordan’s writing as well as J.K. Rowling. While there are so many great children’s and YA authors out there, but their books in particular have really attracted reluctant readers.☺️
I have done little with J.K Rowling, but Rick Riordan is one of my favorite writers from my childhood. I prefer books directed at the younger audiences, or books with no sex scenes and preferably no language, so YA might be the genre for me. 🙂
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