Super Six Sunday (4)
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Today's topic: Super Six books that I'm glad I read!
If others have Harry Potter series, when I was a little kid, this was the very first series I ever finished. I love the world building. It brought out the imaginative side of me. There's something bizarre with the illimitable and creative world this series etched on my mind. I am so glad I got to read The Magician's Nephew, where it all began.
I've been talking about this nonstop. Pivot Point is my number one fave read for 2013 and I admit I am really obsessing over this. Thank you to the hype that brought my attention onto this debut novel. I never really like parallel settings, but this book was an exception. And please, TREVOR.
This book introduced me to the shadowhunter world way back the Victorian era. When I thought that I'll never fall in love in a love triangle, this book proved me wrong. This book might be the least fave among all three books in the series, but I assure everyone that this is not a disappointment. So glad I picked and read this out.
This hauntingly dark first book in a trilogy really messed up with my mind. I am so glad I didn't give up on this one. I really loved Liam Stewart. *swoons* Although the world here is seriously messed up, I like how intense and adventure-filled this book was. ROADTRIP!!!
What can I say? Lightning Thief is one of the best first books in a series! Thank you, Percy. This book welcomed me to a transcendent world of gods and demigods. I never got bored reading this as well as the other books in the series and spin-off. I am so glad I read this. Rick Riordan is just another phenomenal writer in the wooooorld!
The only NA book that I'll forever reread. I am so glad I read this because if it wasn't for this, I already lost my faith in finding a good NA book. The tingling feeling that I felt while reading this book was overwhelming. This was damn sweet, feverish, but at the same time angsty with a lot of struggles. Btw this is a debut novel!
What's your Super Six? :D