First off, of course, we have the legendary HP series. Words cannot describe how phenomenal and utterly amazing these books are. I'll never be able to repay them for the comfort they've given me over the years and the way they've shaped me as a person.
A series I really adored with a protagonist who was amazing to follow. If you asked me to name a great fictional role model, I'd probably say Tris. She's human and flawed, sure as hell fights for what she believes in and always, always, always strives to do the right and moral thing. She's brave, smart, selfless, kind and honestly one of the best, most complex, amazing fictional characters you'll ever come across.
A really fun, entertaining series I read a few years ago and loved. Really light reads I'd recommend marathoning in a day.
A thought-provoking trilogy I enjoyed.
A really fun series I adored when I read it a couple of years back. The world entranced me and I'm pretty sure kick-started my love for reading books with magical creatures. The covers are some of the most beautiful ones I've seen too.
The Hunger Games
My introduction to both the YA and dystopian genre. Adored these books. So fast paced and thrilling.
Read this trilogy when I was younger and really adored it. Fictional characters coming to life - what more could you ask for?
Absolutely loved this series as a tween. I've always been very horse obsessed and a series all about four friends in an equestrian boarding school was perfect for me. I'd seriously recommend this to tweens and teens obsessed with horses - you'll love it.
A so-so series with some beautiful writing.
The Mortal Instruments
An alright/good series with some instalments better than others.
The Infernal Devices
One of my favourite series of all time and home to one of my favourite characters of all time too - Will. Except, I loved all the characters and the different relationships and the setting and time era and... just everything. They're pretty epic books, okay?
Have you read any of these series? What did you think of them?