As a bit of a blog surfer, I often come across a lot of blogs going on about the same things, these past few days I've seen a few posts about the cover of The Iron prince (Iron Fey #4) by Julie Kagawa, the cover reveal for Clockwork prince (Infernal Devices #2) by Cassandra Clare and the impending release of Passion (Fallen #3) by Lauren Kate.
So what is this post about? Basically, I've released there are quite a few series that i haven't managed to get into yet and I wanted readers to give me there opinions on them, and I also want to give mine without having to do a full-on review.
The Fallen Series - Lauren Kate
I have the first book in this series, I think I actually enjoyed it when I got it, but I decided to reread it before buying Torment. I don't know why, but I just couldn't get into it again and when I did get through it I didn't feel as though I needed to buy Torment... I don't know if I ever will, to be honest.
That being said, I love Lauren Kate's writing style, and the story itself, but I felt little urge to see what happened to the characters.
The Immortals Series - Alyson Noel
I felt that the first book was so cliche, in a time with so many YA para-romance books, it lacked the originality, and the characters. I never got past book two. Which I regret.
I would like to point out that I'm in love Alyson's other 'Bloom' series, which focuses on Ever's sister Riley's afterlife.
Wings Series - Aprilynne Pike
I LOVED Wings, but by the middle of Spells it was becoming terribly unoriginal and cliche, I'm not sure whether I'll read Wild (Illusions) but I doubt it, I feel like a great idea was ruined by typical conventions. The love triangle was too cliche, personally.
The Morganville Vampires - Rachel Caine
I have up two book four on my bookshelf, and I remember reading them BUT I'm not sure... I don't remember what they were about, who the characters were. I know that i lost interest at book four out of the ten that are currently out.
Wicked Lovely Series - Melissa Marr
I read up to Fragile Eternity, but then I got bored and confused. I thin k it could have been concluded in a trilogy, but Melissa Marr is dragging it out, making it a bit tedious and boring.
So what do you think, think any of these series are awesome and wanna give me a piece of your mind?