This week The Broke and the Bookish are asking about our favorite and least favorite series endings. No problem!
1. Stork by Wendy Delsol. I have a lot of respect for the difficult choice the author made. Loved it.
2. Chaos Walking by Patrick Ness. Talk about an emotional roller coaster….One of the most thought-provoking series I have ever read.
3. Leviathan by Scott Westerfeld. It took a minute to warm up to this series, but I loved each book more than the previous.
4. Percy Jackson and the Olympians by Rick Riordan. This was such a fun series! It certainly went out this a bang in The Last Olympian. I love the spin-off series even more and have no doubt that will top a similar list next year.
5. Ruby Red by Kerstin Gier. I had a few nit-picky issues, but overall Emerald Green was a satisfying ending to a fun series.
6. Paranormalcy by Kiersten White. I was so sad to say goodbye to Evie and friends!
Runners up for best endings:
Not a Fan:
7. Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins. I feel so ripped off. I wish there was a do-over!
8. Extras by Scott Westerfeld. The fourth book in the Uglies trilogy (right there is the problem!) was a huge disappointment. All is forgiven. I have moved on. Now, can we have a new series please??
9. Spellbound by Rachel Hawkins. It maybe slightly unfair to put this in the works category. It was not the worst. I liked a lot of things about it. But then. Oh, no. Nope. That one thing happened and I can’t get over it. Left a bad taste in my mouth.
10. Infinityglass by Myra McEntire. I never connected with the POV characters and everything felt rushed. I wish this series had a stronger ending. I still love Hourglass!
I have HIGH HOPES for these series enders: