Top Ten Best Book Series
The Top Ten
This series made my childhood worthwhile. It has everything you would want from a book. Fantastic characters, great plot, twists and turns and a fabulous author. These will become classics with the like of To Kill a Mockingbird. - neemsay
Don't even try to deny it. Harry Potter is, and will always remain the best book series of all time. The characters stayed by our side through thick and thin. We laughed and cried with them. At one point, we all sat desperately at the edge of our beds, hoping for our Hogwarts Acceptance letter to arrive. When it never came, we cried. We dressed up as our favorite characters for Halloween. We dressed up as our favorite characters for no apparent reason. We watched all the movies and read all the books. We actually binge-watched/read them. Then, when that was all over, we watched and read them again to get rid of our Post-Potter Trauma (PPT). We were there during the battle of Hogwarts, during Buckbeak's execution, during Harry's first Quidditch game, during Ron and Hermione's first kiss (which was quite awkward), and finally, when Harry, Ron, Hermione, and Ginny watched their kids boarding the Hogwarts Express. That's when we cried the hardest, knowing the series was over. Our lives ...more
This series has inspired millions with its excellent characters and fantastic plot. This was one of the first fantasy books I ever read and it taught me many lessons while also allowing me to travel to a place rarely visited in my head. I believe the main appeal of this book to be the relatable, lovable characters and the imaginative school that we all wish we could go to. For me, personally, I find Hogwarts to be a comfort place now and I can always pick up a book and read it. It never gets old!
Harry Potter has a great storyline however the writing itself isn't my favorite. I also prefer the first three movies to the books. However the fourth book was my absolute favorite! It had a great storyline with lots of mystery and a great twist ending! You aren't living life if you haven't read the books or at least watched the movies.V 391 Comments
The Hunger Games is way better than Harry Potter! Seriously, the Hunger Games doesn't get nearly as much credit as it deserves. It's inspiring, well written, and Katniss is an amazing heroine. I mean, come on people! She volunteered for a fight to the death to save her little sister! I bet Hermione wouldn't do something like that.
I have to disagree the Hunger games is an action packed series but the friendships, characters, the writing style and even the Romance is really weak and annoying. - Potterhead2001
So good. I loved it!
This series is by far one of the best I've ever read (and watched). I watched the first movie when I was maybe 7. Huge mistake. I was so scared of it, I didn't rewatch it until I was 13. After seeing the first movie, I quickly ordered the 3 books from my library and then watched Catching Fire and The Mockingjay Part 1 in the same day. The next day, I watched The Mockingjay Part 2. I was already SO in love with this series and I hadn't even read the books yet! to be honest, I'm a huge dork, I searched up the series and read EVERYTHING about it on wikipedia... No joke. The Hunger games are amazing, it's action, romance and tear-jerking, all in one series. Also, it has one of the greatest love triangles ever. I normally hate those but guess what, this one was worth it. (I'm completely for Peetness.) I have no idea how Suzanne Collins managed to write such an amazing story involving a huge amount of crisis' and drama but aparently it's possible! I love The Hunger Games SO MUCH! - haileygagnier
I really love this series! Oh my gosh! I love how Suzanne Collins writes. It is a great story line. I mean where does she come up with this stuff? I mean it has all my favorite genres of books like action, romance and it is all around great with all the intense stuff. I love how much detail is in the book. It is basically my favorite series to read. It is so interesting. Love all the characters in the book too. The only thing I don't really like about the book is that pretty much all of the amazing characters die! (and that romance with Gale and Peeta both liking Katniss). But overall, it was the best series I've ever read! Great job, Suzanne Collins! I rate this 10/10!V 87 Comments
This is my personal Favorite series of all time. When I was ten, I read a page or two of the Lightning Thief and Stopped! Big mistake. I decided to read it again when I was 14 for a QRA when I Couldn't find anything else. I started it, and I was immediately hooked. I finished the whole series in less than a week, Which I thought was cool. I don't like reading a book unless it is interesting. And this was beyond interesting. It was amazing! They are awesome! I just love the way the characters all slowly build up and learn what they are supposed to become throughout the series. In the beginning, Percy wasn't the strongest, Bravest, Coolest, Best-looking, or Funniest. But that didn't matter. He became the greatest Hero ever! Grover Finds his purpose in the book with Pan and who he must become. Annabeth finds her own path and shows her intelligence, Bravery, and Compassion throughout the story. Each and every Novel was Thrilling, Funny, Heart Warming, Mysterious, Tear Jerking, Dramatic, ...more
In my opinion, it's the greatest series ever written because, I mean we get so close to characters. WE see them, we feel them. WE are them. While reading Harry Potter, I was like - I hate Harry's excessive anger issues and he's annoying sometimes and Ginny deserved a better role but this book is awesome, so I'll read. But Percy Jackson, the original series was like diving into a pool filled only with things you can love - the ugly things had at least one pretty things, it was feminist, too and made me feel real, alive. I couldn't stop thinking about it. It's not the world itself, it's the characters, their deeds, their challenges and their mistakes. It's a perfect series which builds up so much pressure, until the last chapter. (Spoilers)
Knowing that they won the war wasn't enough, we needed Annabeth and Percy together. We needed Rachel, Luke's wish, Grover's acceptance, Tyson's growth, just about everything. By the third book, things were intense and the fourth book is so ...more
You can't stop it. Or repudiate it. Not at all. Never ever.
Of course, all of my friends all liked Harry Potter and insulted the Percy Jackson series, which made no sense since they didn't even read the Percy Jackson series (stupidity strikes through). No one can NEVER deny it. Percy Jackson is the best series ever, in the world, in the universe. It is, and always will be. Not even the Harry Potter series can beat the amount of emotions I feel for this series.
To prove my friends wrong, I read the book. I half expected my friends to be right - a lame, boring book series about random boring things that no reader can stand. I was proven wrong right there - the minute I read the first chapter of the Lightning Thief. Of course, all PJO (Percy Jackson and the Olympians) fans all start off, experiencing a book like Diary of a Wimpy Kid, or maybe, some sort of stupid, corny book with lame jokes. Whichever Percy Jackson fan you will ask, they will say the same thing: "I've ...more
At my school library, I always passed over this book series even though it was so popular. I read every other book series in there such as Harry Potter, Eragon, Inkheart,etc. After not knowing which book to go to next, I tried this one and it was my most FAVORITE series I have ever read. I could not put that book down. I was reading it during my classes, lunch, and even in the car even though I get carsick. Sometimes I wish I could forget I ever read this books just so I can go through the thrill of reading them again.V 178 Comments
First off, LOTR is one book divided into three parts, not really a book series, but whatever. This book is amazing. It has its own language, its own Gods, and Middle-Earth becomes so immense and realistic. Once you read this book, you'll think, wow, this is epic, but then realize that the main villain is a servant of the main villain in the Silmarillion, Morgoth, the second most powerful being in all of Arda, unless Tom Bombadil was taken into account. The whole world was built and perfected before the books were written. It was so good that even the movies were amazing. His other books do read like encyclopedias, though, besides The Hobbit, which was also amazing but directed more towards younger audiences.
All that is gold does not glitter
Not all those who wander are lost
The old that is strong does not wither
Deep roots are not reached by the frost
From the ashes, a fire shall be woken
A light from the shadows shall spring
Renewed shall be blade that was ...more - SpaceHazard
This book series is so good that Tolkein is getting his own movie. JK Rowling ain't getting that. The amount of emotional immersion and artistry this series has blows my mind. The words themselves crack open your imagination to its wildest and most vivid extent. The amount of emotional depth the characters have is mind-boggling, and I cried at the end. I cried over a book. And let us not forget the true defining feature of this series: its world. It creates a vast and powerful world full of awesomeness. I think if I put the effort into it, I could be a pretty good writer, but as good as this? Hell no! I think a part of Potter's popularity over this is that it is more recent a book, so more people have read it. But Potter, and fantasy novels as a whole, would possibly not exist without this.
Expansive and accurate universe, amazing story line, and excellent writing. What more could you ask for? I'm honestly alright with Harry Potter and The Hunger Games in the top five, but Diary of a Wimpy Kid?! Percy Jackson and the Olympians?! I mean, I agree, they are quite humorous, but you've got to look at the writing style. Tolkien is serious and concentrated in his art, but Riordan and Kinney? Far too casual for my liking. And for heaven's sake, must I still point this out to everyone? Tolkien CREATED a whole WORLD with his books. Ents? Orcs? Hobbits? ALL Tolkien. Plus the characters are so well-written, especially Gollum/Smeagol. Greg Heffley, from my point of view, is just a whiny little boy with no idea of how the world works nor any initiative to find that out. Percy Jackson, I must say, is a great character, but the series should belong somewhere from 6th to 10th. Wimpy Kid should just huddle down in 40th. The Lord of the Rings in my opinion, is THE greatest set of books ...more
Started it all!V 73 Comments
This series is Erin Hunter's best book series, and it does not disappoint. It is for all genders and has a complex storyline (most boys would say it is for cat lovers). I'm a dog lover, but I still love this series. This series often features two or three cats' point of views and their lives. It shows what they feel about what is happening and how they feel for other cats, which is one reason I love this series. Another reason I adore warriors are the characters. The book starts out with different cats from later in the story or later in another series talking about things, that creates the suspense already. The series almost makes you love some characters and hate others. Or makes you hate characters when you first hear about them, like Jayfeather, then make them look better or vice versa. I know these are cats, but they seem human, and it makes you care for them so much that it is sad to see them die. I disliked seeing Firestar and Feathertail die, those ones hit me hard. The last ...more
"Honestly, these books made me shed a few tears. And trust me, I am NOT a crier. They will instantly make you want to keep reading. Even though the series is really long, I found that I just couldn't stop reading them. I've read all of them at least twice. I don't know how Erin came up with all of the names and richly detailed characters, but she managed. Come on guys! I know this can make it to the top of the list. Lets even pass Harry Potter." -Blackbird
"Warriors is a book that will enter your Heart. Warriors is not girly, its about cats fighting for their Clans loyally. Warriors is a page-turner with lots of Drama and grief will make a way into your heart. The truth is words cannot describe this wonderful book, for Warriors will forever be my favorite. There will be no other book to match its awesome story of courage and bravery, and also adventure. Warrior Forever!
This deserves to be no.2, next to Harry Potter. If you love action, can stand dark themes (and I mean a lot of them), & love cats, this is for you. - RoseWeasleyV 201 Comments
This should NOT be in the top ten! Yes it is popular, but not a good read. It's not something that will keep you occupied and really you are not even reading! You are looking at pictures half the pages!
Well duh what do you think a kid does in his notebook?!?! Plus it doesn't make you smarter to not have picture it you have to picture it in your brain and while your picturing it you forget everything in the book like the plot and scenery that is why it's like 1/2 of the only books I understand. - AnnaRoblox
I loved this book cause it was really easy and fun to read. I was always cackling at something in each page. And I lived the simplicity. Sometimes I just wanna read something light and entertaining that won't cause me too much strife. This was perfect
Who ever thought that this book series should be in the top 10s is STUPID! This SHOULD NOT be on here! THIS IS UNACCEPTABLE! THIS ISN'T A NOVEL!
Because it's better than ANY book I've read THIS SHOULD BE FIRST! IT DESERVES IT!V 99 Comments
Undoubtedly the best book series of all time. Should be on top of the list! So many details and foreshadowing. GRRM is a genius, hope he finishes the rest of the books soon. Can't wait for Winds of Winter to come out next year. The show was great up until they had the material from the books. They completely butchered the show this season. The books will have the real ending and still there are prequels coming our way. Really want to know more about Robert's Rebellion and how the Targaryens came in power. Love the unpredictability and the character development of the series which you don't get to see in many books.
The writing is extremely intricate in this one. SURELY deserves to be on top 5 of this list.
Best. Epic. Series. EVER.
Amazing and very creativeV 47 Comments
Percy taught me ordinary people can be true heroes.
Annabeth taught me that we are the architects of our own dreams.
Jason taught me that the best people are the ones that stand by you, no matter what.
Piper taught me that beauty comes from within and that hardship makes you a fighter.
Frank taught me that you can be anything if you never give up.
Hazel taught me that suffering makes a hero and that the best people are the ones who have gone threw the worst.
Leo taught me that fake smiles are the most beautiful and that the ones who cry but don't show it are the bravest.
Nico taught me that pain and suffering make a man and that everyone can find light in darkness.
Reyna taught me that you can find strength in pain.
Coach Hedge taught me that people do care.
This series is superior to the older "Percy Jackson and the Olympians" series in my opinion. Although you do need to read through the first series to understand what's going on in this one. - AiCFanboy123
Nico do Angelo and how he said your not my type to Percy Jackson now that is all over the fandom
You're kidding me! This series should have been number one! Rick Riodan is THE BEST AUTHOR EVER! His books are hilarious as well as action packed and adventurous. If you've read Percy Jackson and the Olympians and think it's good and I agree with you but Heroes of Olympus is even better! The books might not be written the most seriously but that's a good thing as it connects you more to the books so you feel more involved. Another really good thing that about Rick Riodan's writing is that it relates you to real life problems in a very interactive way. I could give you loads of examples but I don't want to spoil the books for you.
Heroes of Olympus was probably the best series I've read. I laughed at the characters and when my friend told me a spoiler about my favourite character I literally screamed during class time! The books are just so epic so if your wondering if you want to read Heroes of Olympus read Percy Jackson and the Olympians first AND THEN READ HEROES OF OLYMPUS! ...more
I love this book series, I fell in love with the characters and it gives you a different perspective on Jesus. But the movies are better. - Aleca
It is not the best, but it is definitely good
Narnia was the best. It brought thrill and surprises I am saying this and I am only on book 4
I couldn't get into this series. I tried reading the first one, but got bored pretty quickly.V 37 Comments
Why is this not bigger on the list? Any Hunger Games fans would love this - the Maze Runner (the first book) is like the Hunger Games (also the first book), with being trapped in a foreign place and needing to get out alive, both places are set in a rather post-apocalyptic world (admittedly The Maze Runner more than The Hunger Games), the only difference is that The Maze Runner has a much wider variety of settings and the plot line, though still pretty much 'overthrow the evil guys who threw us in this hellhole', is much deeper with more twists and stuff.
Also, let's face it, the ending for The Maze Runner was better, Mockingjay ending on such a sad note (I cried when Prim died... still do sometimes), and after all the trouble Team Katniss (yup, I'm calling it that) went through, Prez Snow just didn't seem to get what he deserved, making life hell for all the people in the districts, then dying by CHOKING on BLOOD. He deserved to die... slowly... painfully... where at least ...more
President Snow's death is symbolic. Katniss recognized that Coin was her real enemy, and chose to kill her instead. She had to make that choice for the good of others, whereas killing Snow would not have benefited anyone; he could have just as easily been imprisoned while she only had one chance to kill Coin. She also wanted him to die slowly and also wanted to kill him, it was symbolic in the way that you don't always get what you want. - SassyEquine
Thank you, James Dashner, for creating such an amazing series with an amazing storyline and so unique characters.
Should be #1
Why is The Maze Runner so underrated? It should be one of the top 5 (The Hunger Games is a pretty good series). Why I love The Maze Runner :
1. THE PLOT - Well written and nerve wrecking. All of the books just gives you this BOOM BOOM BOOM BOOM BOOM kind of feels. My heart honestly stopped pumping after the first chapter of The Maze Runner.
2. THE CHARACTERS - Where do I start.. Where do I start.. All so different from one another, you just fell in love with ALL of them (It's true! ) The characters are not just some desperate teenagers who need to escape the maze, but strong individuals who has the determination and strive to survive.
3. You just can not NOT love The Maze Runner. You can't. It's impossible.
This is one book, not a series. - Feirceraven
This isn't a series its just one book as anyone would no if they'd not just watched the films and put in on this list for that exact reason
Why is this on here? This should be tied in with Lord of the Rings if it's going to be on here at all - Aweso
The Lord of the Rings is a trilogy, but the Hobbit is just one book. STOP WATCHING MOVIES AND READ A DAMN BOOK!V 8 Comments
Ya Twilight Saga is a massive
Goosebumps is the best book for starters in my opinion. It's funny, has decently plots and it's really easy to read. If it wasn't for goosebumps I wouldn't have started reading books,
Goosebumps is an awesome series. Goosebumps rocks! It starts out as an average kid's life and then something totally out of this world happens and then the the middle of the book is a kids worst nightmare. And then, yay! There's a happy ending, well, at least for most of them! >) >) Goosebumps is always great to read when your bored! Go R.L. Stine!
I can not believe that this is so low on the list, how did twilight get higher than this? That's so sad! These books are classics from childhood, every book had a twisted plot that left you wondering what was next, then right at the end it it twists and surprises you every time. And just as they say, readers beware you're in for a scare.V 19 Comments
same - Sorreltail
Yes, yes, and yes. Survivors is my second favorite book series from Erin Hunter. Screw off Harry potter fans, cause here comes Survivors! This has so much drama, so much, I could DROWN of happiness in it! I got this book on accident, and i’ve already fallen in love. Lucky, the main doggy, is seriously lucky. (SPOILER ALERT) When I opened up to the prologue, I instantly fell in love. Pip? Squeak? Cutest things ever! Okay guys, if you read this far, I honestly appreciate you. NO ONE ever reads my things, at least I don't think they do. Anyways, like I said, Screw off, Harry! We are Survivors!
Starts out boring but gets better and better and is now one of my favorite book series!
It's a bit hard to get into at first, but the series immediately improved and got better as time went on.V 11 Comments
I love these books and the Netflix series! - DreamBig
Sunny! But so sad.. - CloudyDaze
These books are excellently written, and have a great emotion set for the story at the very beginning. The characters have interesting personalities. One thing that really strikes me is that no matter how dark these books get, a bit of humor is snuck in at some points. Despite being said that it is entertaining for 5th-6th graders, I'm in high school and I still admire these books (In fact, I'm reading the Carnivorous Carnival right now). Personally, I think this series deserves more respect than Harry Potter. Now, I love Harry Potter, but I think it was pretty lazily written. There is one out of many exciting mysteries in this book that really makes you think hard, and isn't solved until you read the final word of the last book. The main thing that stands out in this series to me is that it ACTUALLY PORTRAYS CHILDREN CORRECTLY! Not many books, not Harry Potter, not The Chronicles of Narnia, could do this right. Well, I think I'm just about done with my praise rant. Again, this series ...more
This is my favorite book series of all time, I'm just sad that the series ended with thirteen books.V 39 Comments
I like this series. It's not as exciting as Warriors or Survivors, but I like bears, and I'm glad I gave this series a chance when it came out. - Wildstar93
I've read one book... ITS PURE POOP. Warriors is better
ONE BOOK. ONE. DAMN. BOOK. And its "POOP"?!
Well obviously! The first book is literally the introduction. ANYWAY, why do you vote with hate comments? Bit silly! :/ - Speedyscout
Love it. But it's probably my least fave Erin Hunter series. - PopcornPelican
Touches your heartV 4 Comments
All dystopian books have this powerful government and a lot of books have some romance
Divergent, Insurgent, Allegiant, and Four make a great series not only because of the post apocalyptic setting but also because the edge of your seat thrill just like the hunger games.
Ugh Oh my gosh, I hated these books. Seriously, I couldn't get past the first book. So boring, so unnecessarily complicated, it could have been a great series except that it was SO COMPLICATED. The characters took WAY too much time just trying to explain everything. In no way was this better than Hunger Games, in fact when I gave up on reading Divergent( Something I rarely ever do with books, especially dystopias) I immediately went back to read Hunger Games again just so I could recover and read something that I actually enjoyed. - SassyEquine
I think these books had the potential to be SO GOOD, but instead of focusing on world-building and explaining the different factions, we're forced to focus on two of the most BORING characters in any series I've read. Tris is such a cookie-cutter basic protagonist, who's only personality traits are "selfless" and "heroic", as well as her relationship with a one-dimentional emotionally abusive jerk. I don't even remember the friends' names they were so unmemorable. Terribly written overall, read the Hunger Games instead, it's pretty much the same thing only the Hunger Games is FANTASTICV 34 Comments
My childhood are in these books. - Aleca
I think it is a good start but I don't know how it get higher thenrangers apprentice
I'm a teenager and I still read it here and there! - neehawgamer
I enjoy his and his sister's series, it's really good.V 20 Comments
I think that this should be second at least.I mean this series is giving J.K Rowling a run for his money. The only thing is that Christopher Paolini doesn't roar loud enough, he needs his voice to be heard! The series may not be long but you can feel the passion in it and the structure.
Why the heck is this below Geronimo Stilton you kids don’t know what a real good book is. This book should be at least top 4 if not top 2. My Number 1
This series is so complex! The dragon riders are so powerful, but Christopher Paolini takes it beyond the all awesomeness of the dragon riders' magic, he creates an entirely new world just like J.R.R. Tolkien and creates entire nations. Different languages, histories, ranges of living, traditions, it's so complex! I've tried getting that deep in the book I'm writing, and let me tell you, it's very hard. Epic series, the best books EVER!
Outside of the Harry Potter series, this is the best series of books I have read. It obviously just needs readers to put down the teeny-bopper books and figure out what reading a series with some actual depth is all aboutV 30 Comments
It's AWESOME. I don't get why other people hate it.
Terrible. Plot is boring and never gets interesting. Action scenes last for a couple pages and are not even suspenseful. Probably the worst problem though, is that they are all written by different authors, therefore each book has a different writing style.
Have you ever noticed that the title doesn't match the main idea of the book? Totally weird. Books were bad and it never gets interesting. I recommend Harry Potter. Totally
I think there are just too many books in the series. By the time I reached the end I forgot what happened in the first book.V 21 Comments
I love this series! This is the perfect book for animal lovers and its packed with adventure!
Gives a great insight on what prehistory was like
Great Zombie read...The intricacy of the characters and plot times truly fascinated me. GREAT book series!
Amazing book series, not as well known because it is relatively new.
Probably my favourite book series of all time
Couldn't put it downV 1 Comment
Best series in the whole world. Once you read it, you can NEVER stop reading the series. Come on! Dragons who rule kingdoms! But the Sand dragons queen dies and the three princesses fight for the throne. Blister Blaze and Burn. Who go to war! Then a night dragon makes a prophecy saying that a ground dragon, a water dragon, a sky dragon, another night dragon, and a sand dragon will stop it and choose one of the queens. A peaceful organization called the "Talons of Peace", wish to bring the world down in peace so they get the eggs. Burn catches an ice dragon stealing a sky dragon from the sky dragon palace. Burn kills the ice dragon and the sky dragoon egg that has been stolen. Two other Talons of Peace talk about the egg and one of them gets a rain forest dragon who are said to be lazy. They had no choice so they get it. Later, the one who makes the prophecy, comes to the the Talons of Peace to approve the dragons. But the sand dragon is supposed to have a barbed tail and ...more
I love wings of fire it's so thrilling, I wished on the first five books prinsses Burn won but didn't but mostly I like the series I'm on book 7 now, PLEASE vote for wings of fire
I just started reading it & I love it. It kinda reminds me of Warriors, which I love. How is Dork Diaries above this? - RoseWeasley
I read all the books and there super goodV 33 Comments
I do NOT understand why is it ranked so low. A completely thrilling book which also happens to be a must read can NOT be ranked low!
I honestly loved The Mortal Instruments and I personally think it should be in the top 10 Thanks have a nice day
Ahh Simon and Izzy... The hottest couple in the series.
This series should be much higher. In my opinion, it's so much more amazing that a dozen listed prior. The books are an emotional roller coaster where you share such a love hate relationship with the characters. There are so many moments where you just want to reach in and knock some sense into them, yet also many moments where you just want to reach in and hug them. But overall pretty overrated book but actually lived up to the hype which is something not all can achieve.V 14 Comments
Thank you Mary Pope Osborne. Your ideas are so creative and I have learned so much from these books! - Aleca
It a good series and it is very creative and I hope Mary Pope Osborne makes more
The book series is amazing and so ceative.
Best most creative series ever! My child reads these books almost everyday and checks out at the library every time he goes. He has even told his brother to read them. I think whoever made this made a mistake. How can it be 34? It deserves to be in the top ten list. Mary Pope Osborne is just an amazing author!
It's not based off of whoever made the list, it's based off of what the people think. I used to read the series all the time myself, but there does come an age when you grow out of it... Maybe. At least I did... - JoMama163V 5 Comments
"This book is AMAZING. Even after you have read the series three times, you can come back to it and experience the same emotions you did the first time around: wonder, happiness, shock and adrenaline. After a while the series seems to be stretching along too much, that's true, but it's a pretty good read. Why isn't this ranked much higher?
One of the best paced series of all time
Artemis Fowl: The Last Guardian pages 292-293 made me cry...
F you twilight. This kid has more brains and power in his pinky than a vampire dose let alone a werewolf - arkwriteV 16 Comments
Already in here as Warriors - CloudyDaze
It's already in the top ten. - RoseWeasley
Best book series ever! Not to mention how much BOOKS there are in the series. I can't stop reading this! It's so awesome! This series is purfect for cat lovers and people who like battles. Shout out to Erin hunter! - Nightkillo
You all ready said it - SorreltailV 11 Comments
Why so behind?
I guess he is the best
Who is that stupid who put this epic,I mean Sherlock Holmes so low?
So yeah... Twilight is above this... One of the most biggest series and most known and most loved is below twilight... - Thevcrewgeeks
After Lord of the rings this should be in the 2nd place. Those people who have voted here for other series definitely did not read sherlock holmes and that mean they read nothing.V 4 Comments
These books are the best I loved them so much as a kid and I still do
They are funny relatable books and I enjoy them so much I recommend them 100%
UGH! No, this book is awful! You kinda have bad taste.
If you are referring to the person who made this list, you are mistaken, because the vote is based off of what the people think, not the author himself. By the way, some people find a series to be helpful in situations. Insulting the books isn't going to help people and may only cause bitterness. Everyone has their own interests, and this one just so happen to not peak yours. You don't need to criticize people because of their opinions, instead, place your own opinion in a helpful manner; not one that will potentially offend somebody. A helpful opinion may be, "I personally didn't like this series, but I have read The Immortals series and thought that they were pretty good." - JoMama163
I hate this book series why is it on the list it brainwash kids
I find this series to be more productive than The Diary of a Wimpy Kid. I feel like a child should be able to read whatever he or she wants to read. Books open up a kids imagination and helps them a lot with future class literature. Books like Captain Underpants may not be helpful, but it gives the child more of a chance to be themselves. Not to mention, it makes it a lot easier for a child to make life decisions in the future when you let them read the books that they want. Even if a child is only 12 years old, for example, and wants to read a book like 50 Shades of Grey, they should be able to make that decision themselves. This may even help a child be ready to learn about sexual activity when it comes to that time when a parent feels like they should speak to the child. If the kid still enjoys the book with those descriptions in them, then they might be ready; however, if the child changes their mind, and doesn't want to read those types of books anymore, then they might not be ...more - JoMama163
These were my OBSESSION in third grade. These books are literally my CHILDHOOD! So adorable, great for little kids, just altogether a great series for young children who are transitioning to chapter books. My kids will definitely be reading these! - SassyEquineV 7 Comments
Bone is a better alternative to Lord of the Rings. It has a similar theme to it, and similar characters (The Bones-The Hobbits, Thorn-Aragorn, Grandma Ben-Gandalf), but much, much better written. Despite being a comic series for kids, Bone is somehow better than most adult and ya novels. - owlro188
I read the whole series and it was really awesome! Hope they make a movie to it.
Yah bone is the best
In the third grade every girl was obsessed with these books while fellow girl was reading Scooby-Doo and diary of a wimpy kid they are good books too but not as good as harry potter, hunger games, any Percy Jackson book and even Narnia ( which are best sellers and really good) dork diaries is more down to earth with Clifford the big red dog
I cannot believe that this is even on the list. There is already enough drama at my school, I don't need more of it, like, this book is basically only girl drama. How is this on the "Best Book Series" list? Please explain. Also, if you want a book, read Harry Potter. This is #1 for a reason.
I didn't like it. Nikki says she is "friendly and dorky", but she is kind of a bully. Chloe was annoying. The books she read were stupid (ice skating couple that has to kill Zompires with double cheeseburgers) and yet everyone calls her a bookworm. You wanna read a real book? Read Harry Potter or Percy Jackson! Zoey was annoying, quoting everything. Brandon is just some stupid pretty boy every girl drools over and Mackenzie is a stereotyped mean blonde girl.
Like Guurl this series is in My top ten. I don't know what you is talking about!V 28 Comments
So good! Finding out certain events in later books blew my mind!
The best part: it's barely even about VAMPIRISM. It's so much more complicated than that, and it's great.
I have fond memories of this series.. Great for teens
It is the best book series ever. No doubt.V 1 Comment
My best friends last name is also Quimby. She is from Jane by Design. She is portrayed by Erica Dasher. - playstationfan66
Best series in the world
Who wouldn't want to read about a teenage spy?
Awesome! Alex is so cool especially in Scorpia rising
SERIOUSLY! I don't want to spoil, but like... I was so interested in it, I literally read the whole thing in 1 day. - JoMama163
THE BESTV 2 Comments
I loved these books when I was little! great for young kids! - SassyEquine
UM hello? No votes! Really, this is like an awesome book series for all ages!
Lol I used to love these!
Love this series! Gerald is so funny!
This is an amazing book series! Lois Lowry does a great job on making the plot and making you want to keep reading on and on, she thought up this whole idea and everything works so well together! In my top 2 favorite book series at the moment by far! Recommend this series to any mature 11 year old and up. - WeezaPeeza
The Giver movie was better, but the books were awesome! - Aleca
This is already here, but it deserves to be hear twice! Later, I might give a lengthy summary of the entire series! - MaxAurelius
I watched the show with my class. It was interesting and funny. Five Stars. - 23windomt
This is already on here :P
All n here XDDD
Watch the show the books are probably just as amazing
These books are amazing and exciting and the plot is awesome
I love these books.The T.V. series is awesome too
United Artists (its parent company is MGM) owns the rights to the character and trademark. - playstationfan66
Pretty good, I read both books and thought they were great. Maybe should be top fifteen. - SassyEquine
I have no idea why this series isn't in the top 10.
You love this
Not a series - Username123V 1 Comment
Greatest series of all time. Much better horror series than Goosebumps. - owlro188
Great humor, a great plot, and great characters. This series is my personal favorite. By the same author of the Bartimaeus Trilogy
This series is truly awesome - natalily
I love this series! Wish it went on for longer, though - SnowyOwl
This was the first Rick Riordan book I ever read. - 23windomt
Basically percy jackson in Egyptian myths
I LOVE THIS BOOK SERIES! I like it even more than percy jackson!V 4 Comments
I have read this book series 10 times over and still can't get enough of it. This vampire awesome book will have you hanging off the edge till the end
Stay away from the garlic festival!
I love these books! It takes you on a journey of what it was like in different time periods. - Aleca
To fake to be true
I loved these books! I thought they were great, really recommend it to people who love fantasy and animals! - SassyEquine
One of the best books I've ever read
Love it but not as much as the Warrior series. - Feathermist
Love this Book SeriesV 4 Comments
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