Top 10 Best Book Series of All Time

The Top Ten
1 Harry Potter (J. K. Rowling)

Sorry, but this is just total crap. Harry potter is an awful book. First of all, it's got like 9000000000 characters all who do basically nothing, like Dean Thomas. I also hate Harry. It's like he wants to always be the hero and he was whining about staying at the burrow even after George lost his ear and mad eye died just getting him there. Then in order of phoenix he screams at his friends for no reason, acts like in their adventures he did ALL the work which he didn't. He is a selfish, lazy idiot and I hate him.

I can already see why people love this series so much! Harry Potter really caught my attention as I read the first, what? Five, maybe two pages? J.K. Rowling must have worked incredibly hard on this series, with the creativity and how the story is organized. If I could choose only one book series to read, Harry Potter would obviously be my pick. This series completes me, and will always intrigue me no matter what part or book I'm on. The series is indeed an addiction. If you like this, I recommend you also read other fantasy books such as Percy Jackson or perhaps The Hunger Games. Still, Harry Potter beats every other series I read, which is why I immediately hit that vote button before I found any other.

Harry Potter is the best! Just about everybody I know is familiar with the incredible characters, world, and stories JK Rowling created. The books are just unbelievably amazing. They have incredible characters, jaw-dropping action, lots of suspense, heartbreaking moments to make even the toughest grown man cry, and hilarious wit. But the main reason why Harry Potter is the best is because tons of people grew up with Harry, Ron, Hermione, and the rest in a way that no series will ever be able to top. Series like Twilight, Percy Jackson, and The Hunger Games all bow down to the brilliance of Harry Potter.

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

2 The Lord of the Rings (J. R. R. Tolkien)

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, an amazing storyline, 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

This was the most epic thing I have ever in my life read through. It beats measly books about kids in magic school, as well as children of gods in a heart beat. Its about a flipping Whole other world with magic, and thousands of pages of lore, and an incredible story of the clashing between power and weakness, about good and evil as well and the toying with consciousness that Tolkien has. This series is a godsend.

So much deeper than the books ahead of it. Harry Potter and Hunger Games may be popular among most people, but I can PROMISE you that if 100 literature proffessors from top universities voted to compile this list, we'd be seeing a very different one. Lord of the Rings would be top 3 along with the Chronicles of Narnia. Tolkien is so incredible, but these kids get on and just vote for Harry Potter and Hunger Games because they thought the movies were cool.

3 Percy Jackson and the Olympians (Rick Riordan)

A couple of reasons why this is a great book series. Better than Harry by far.
1 it's informal. Unlike Harry potter it doesn't try to use posh language and so although it isn't that descriptive, I still prefer it.
2 it's funny (sort of)
3 there are not LOADS of characters unlike HP
4 there are loads of fighting bits
5 it's action packed, a lot of stuff happens
6 there are cool gods
7 right amount of characters

I have no words to describe how much this series has touched me, and the the other Rick Riordan books. Every word that Rick Riordan writes makes you more compelled to keep reading, and he mixes adventure, pain, humor, and real life lessons into his books. By the end of the series, or even each book, you are so connected to the characters that you would give your life for them if they were real. You feel like you are there, in every second of the books. You live and die with these characters. Laugh and cry with them. If you truly read this series, it becomes basically part of you. Another thing I love about Rick Riordan's books is that he has so much diversity in his characters, and everyone gets representation in his books. I never thought I could love a book series so much before I read his books. I keep re-reading and re-reading them because I don't want to let them go. I've never felt this way about any other book series before, and therefore, Rick Riordan is the best author ever.

The one and only name on this list that Explores the weakness of the characters... Children like me who had ADHD got motivation to live... Using comedy... It also silently taps on problems and lessons for life. Definitely deserves the #1 spot. Harry Potter is not bad, but unlike Percy Jackson it had lots of lows. Not every book was good. Percy Jackson outplays Harry Potter on most aspects. But what really makes the difference is the final book of both the series. Percy Jackson was exceptional and really felt like a battle, whereas the last book of Harry Potter really didn't justify the Epic Battle of Hogwarts which should have been...

This series is the best one EVER. I felt a personal connection to each and every one of the characters. All of Rick Riordan's series are funny, can be sad, but they're really just perfect. They are suspenseful and keep you on your toes. I started to read The Lightning Thief and stopped. Someone told me I needed to get past the beginning and then it would be good. So I tried it again and it has become my absolute favorite ever, besides all of Riordan's other series. He is the best author and creates the best books. I really love the characters in this series, but I have also fell in love with the Heroes of Olympus series. The Kane Chronicals, Trials of Apollo, and Magnus Chase books are all really great I just don't enjoy them as much because they aren't mainly about his original characters like Percy, Annabeth, Piper, Jason, Hazel, Leo, Grover, Coach Hedge, Nico, Reyna, Frank, and all the rest of them.

4 The Hunger Games (Suzanne Collins)

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!

This book is amazing! Why isn't it higher?! It should be, like, number two, after Harry Potter, because that is a really good series too, but this is just as good.

The Hunger Games is about fighting to the death, action, survival, romance (well who cares about KISSY KISSY) and some pretty amazing gore! And it's intense! I mean, I couldn't put it down. Literally. It was math and I was secretly reading it. But the the teacher found out.

It really hit the fan then. But that's the whole point! It was that good. That I was risking reading this in class. 10/10. Bravo!

I really recommend this book to people that like reading intense books.

Why is The Hunger Games not higher on the list? Sure I love lots of other book series like Warriors and Shadow and Bone, but this is one of my favorites. The first books just got my attention and I knew I had to finish the series. The 2nd book was not my favorite since it was slow-paced and there was not a lot of action except for when the next hunger game started. The 3rd also not so much, but the first, absolutely amazing! The way Suzanne Collins gets us into the book, its incredible. Also it shows girls can be strong to, and Katniss is the perfect character for that. I would rate this 9.5/10 just because some of the parts are just a little slow paced and boring. I think this deserves the first or second spot. Sure, Harry Potter and Percy Jackson are both very good and I read both of them, but they are just not as good as the hunger games. I actually started reading it when I was 9 and before I knew it, I was done. Well done Suzanne Collins!

The hunger games to me is the best book series I have ever read. It has a very nice love triangle and I love how the author is so creative. You can already tell it is a good series because there are three books and there are four movies as to maze runner and the 5th wave there is only 1 movie even though there are more than one book. I have read the hunger games more than I can count and I still love it. The movies are bomb and the casting was so perfect! I cannot imagine life without the hunger games! I rate this a 10 out of 10. It is definitely a must read. Great job Suzanne Collins! You are the best!

5 A Song of Ice and Fire (George R. R. Martin)

Should probably deserve a top 5 spot, although I'm not one to bash personal opinions. I just think that Martin built one of the best, most complete series to date. Not as in the books are finished, but that there are not very many loose ends to track down and are left hanging. The world is intricate, realistic, and very complex, as are almost all of the characters. But there are two things I think Martin simply excels at and outpaces everyone else. The first is not dumping the entire story on one character or set of interwoven characters. Without such a limited worldview, we are still able to realize the story is focused on Westeros without the main characters being intimately involved in every major event. The second thing Martin is very good at is keeping items on the periphery, as in not essential to the story, still in the worldview. The continent of Westeros is not terribly big, and while every event seems major, in the grand scheme of the world most of them are not. Keeping that ...more

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.

This is one of the if not the greatest medieval fantasy book series of all time. It is so perfectly crafted including fantastic beings such as White Walkers (aka Others), Dragons, and Children of the Forest, as well as political intrigue and backstabbing. Varys and Littlefinger are one of the most enigmatic characters I have ever seen with Tyrion not far behind. The world is understanding and town or region names are named after things that we are familiar with such as Rivers or Storms. The cities are all excellent and disparate. The characters grow up so much that you start liking characters that you hate, and hate characters that you loved. I also love the mystery behind GRRM's lore such as the mystery of the Long Night and whats beyond Essos and Sothoryos. I say that almost everything contained within these five book is grandeur and in no other word epic.

What makes this series better than every other one is the realism. Nine great houses vying for power on a militarily charged continent. Like every other fantasy series, the magic can't be left out, but this is a blend of fantasy and historical fiction. It focuses far more on the reality of the power struggle than the magic. Another bonus is the never ending streaming of storylines. In Harry Potter or Hunger Games, if the central characters die, everything falls apart. In ASoIaF, there is no central character. There are three at a minimum (Jon Snow, Tyrion Lannister, Daenerys Targaryen). And no character is purely good or purely evil. Cersei Lannister can be shown as evil, but all she is doing is protecting and bettering her children. Eddard Stark can be purely good, except that he fathered a bastard. And probably the best part is the history. If you ever read a history of this series, this is just one war amongst hundreds. There are probably even greater wars he could have chosen, ...more

6 The Chronicles of Narnia (C. S. Lewis)

This may not be the best book series in my opinion but it is so much better then ALL the stuff that is above. Percy Jackson, Harry Potter, and Warriors are all overrated. Has anyone read the Kane Chronicles? Anyone?

Love it so much. Love the movies too. I totally believe in Narnia. I've actually written a letter to the actresses who plays Lucy, Georgie Henley! Yeah that's how much I LOVE it... I hope you do too.

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.

This is such a beautiful series with so many wonderful lessons and deep quotes. It should definitely be higher on the list!

7 Warriors (Erin Hunter)

Now this is talking! This is the best book series ever in the whole entire world! I love cats, and this is about cats, so it's the perfect match! Into the Wild is great, Fire and Ice is nice, I love Forest of Secrets, Rising Storm is sad but great, A Dangerous Path is thrilling, and Darkest Hour is the freakin' best! It urges you to read onward and doesn't get boring after the first few books like Harry Potter. (Sorry Harry Potter fans. I also apologize to myself; I love them, but you have to admit the fifth and sixth aren't as good.)

I have a Kindle, and Warriors is always at the top of the page. Also, Warriors has, like, nine series, not two. In addition, it also has exclusive mangas and super editions. There's even a website for Warriors! ( And I think there's a movie in the works! Warriors rules!

How is number 7?! It should be like number one. I mean I read Harry Potter and all but this will always be my favorite series. My opinion! :)

I absolutely LOVE the Warrior series. Even though at times it can be racist, brutal, and sometimes political, I still adore the series. I love Harry Potter, don't get me wrong, but in my opinion, Warriors is #1. The series makes you want to keep reading because there is a secret that can be uncovered at any moment (basically it keeps the suspense really well and the emotion is very high). This can be compared to the works of authors like Edgar Allan Poe. It is also very different, it has a cats' perspective, which is interesting. It sort of helps people know what it's like to be a wild cat. This series also teaches very important life lessons such as loyalty, respect, responsibility, trust, and care for the weak. This series also goes in depth when it discusses serious problems such as ambition, false judgement, racism, war, being in a relationship, and breaking the law. Most of all, the characters, plot, emotion, and setting stick out to me. Erin Hunter describes the setting and the ...more

Few reasons why everyone should read Warriors:

One: Warriors has mostly complex characters that make their own decisions, and that chose their loyalties. It's not just a book about cats. It has a complex storyline.

Two: As said above, Warriors is not books about cats. Cats defend their clans, cats chose their lives, and cats go on adventures. The cats are so much more than cats, you can't call them cats anymore. You have to call them Warriors.

Three: Warriors can get you in by the first page of the book. When I was much younger, I remember my mother would read this to me before I went to bed. Soon I started reading the books on my own, and I was entranced.

Four: Unlike quite a few books I know, warriors tosses and turns and has all these sad deaths that leave you in a ocean of tears, and Warriors is heart-warming, too.

8 Diary of a Wimpy Kid (Jeff Kinney)

Most people say that these books are for kids that don't like to read. I think these books actually are so well written and are very VERY relatable. I don't think a lot of people understand how hard it is to make a book, that will literally make you laugh out loud. Jeff Kinney takes the smallest things that we can all relate to, and makes them big and hilarious. This is such a well made piece of comedy that uses first person to its advantage. The characters are static. Every character in Diary of A Wimpy Kid is someone from your life. These books are genuine masterpieces! They capture so many things about ordinary life and make them captivating, and funny! I wish people would stop dissing this series because the words are really spaced out, and just appreciate that its doing its job. This book does exactly what it intended, and in my book that's a sign of the best book series of all time.

I understand that everyone has their own perspective on everything, but these series are one of the best books yet to come! I disagree with some of you who don't like the series; just because you don't like it doesn't mean it's a bad series, it just means that your perspective of the series is different! I would say that this series of books are the most awesome, appropriate and understandable for all ages! I think what the author wanted us to know is that not all books have to be hard and complicated to read. These books are supposed to be nice and easy! I just love how the author curates the books by making it look like a real diary!

(These series are totally for lazy days)

I started reading Diary Of A Wimpy Kid at a young, age, and am still hooked! It's funny beyond any level, and even though the writing is simple, it's great! I can understand it, and the pictures are funny as well. I like how Greg is just that guy sitting in a dark room playing video games, but even he has a life. Great book, I totally recommend it if you're looking for a funny, relatable book! Also the part about DnD is actually a reference. Please read!

I love Diary of a Wimpy kid so so much! It's my favourite book series ever and while it's probably not the best book to read as it's not really very wordy I enjoy it and that's all that should matter. I've been reading them since I was 8 years old and I'm now 15 still loving them. Greg is a very relatable character and he's great. The best book is Rodrick Rules.

9 The Heroes of Olympus (Rick Riordan)

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 is one of the best series ever. Percy and Annabeth are still here plus a lot of new characters! My favorite character now is Leo Valdez. This is actually THE BEST SERIES EVER!

Even though each book was 50+ chapters (the forth was seventy seven) the took me a week while the rest only took me THREE DAYS! I just love it so much I couldn't put it down. A must for Percy Jackson fans. I love how it used shifting views unlike Percy Jackson so by the end of the books, they used nine character's views in total which made each chapter so interesting. It was also diverse but not in your face look how politically correct I am. And the ending, well I won't spoil it but I was so happysad when I finished it.

This book series was amaZhang. If you've read Percy Jackson, you must read this. We get an look at Roman Mythology clashing with Greek Mythology, a bunch of new characters, and another psycho trying to destroy the gods! This book is full with humour, romance, and so much more. I absolutely loved it. While reading this book, you will go through all emotions, sad, mad, happy, and more! You must read this.

10 The Dark Tower (Stephen King)

I've read a lot of book series and this is by far my favorite. A Stephen King fan must read. I got very attached to the characters. Especially Jake and the adorable little Billy-bumbler Oy.

Ooh look at me putting an adult series on a list made for primarily children's series! In all seriousness, though, The Dark Tower is clearly superior to Dork Diaries.

You people... I really can't believe you. Percy Jackson is number 2 and one of the best series of the history of mankind is number 75.

One of the best series! I love the combination of magic and the old west. Go Roland!

The Contenders
11 The Maze Runner (James Dashner)

I loved Hunger Games (a little too much actually), and I was excited when I saw this on the shelf because dystopias are my favorite, but I actually found it super boring. Characters are bland, story's too complicated, not enough action and plot twists. Plus, they tried to make Teresa this great heroine or whatever, but honestly she is probably the least likable female character ever, besides Bella from Twilight.

AMAZING OH MY GOSH. I love this series, I love it so much, and the emotions- oh the emotions! I couldn't put it down! It's exciting, but also rather depressing at times- *cough* Fever Code and Death Cure *cough* it's so good and heart-shattering, when you know the whole picture. The character deaths seem to hit closer to home, more than The Hunger Games. Heck, TDC is known to destroy fan's hearts, both movie and book. There's even a cursed page number. This deserves to be higher up on the list, honestly.

I absolutely love any rick Riordan book but the maze runner books captivated me more than anything, I was always on edge always enticed by its drama and action and mystery also I just want to say newt was favorite and Teresa should not be with thomas.

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

12 The Chronicles of Prydain (Lloyd Alexander)
13 A Series of Unfortunate Events (Lemony Snicket)

It is a very good series, with excellent clarification on words that are harder to pronounce. This series is very exciting, and makes you want to keep reading. I finished this series in one month because of how exciting and interesting it is. It is delightfully funny, and makes you smile. There are many mysteries in it, and then later gets solved later in the series. There is always a surprise in each book. All of the characters have an important role in something. When you read the books in the series, it seems like your really there! I hope you will read this amazing series as well.

A series of unfortunate events should 100% be at number 1! This series is the best! This book should get a lot more respect and appreciation than Harry Potter and all other (fantasy) book series. No offense to all Harry Potter fans and fans of other book series but fantasy and magic isn't my thing. Realistic fiction is so much more attractive than unrealistic fiction. Unrealistic fiction is boring. Oh, and by the way, Count Olaf is the best villain ever! He is far better than Lord Voldemort and all other villains in Harry Potter, and all the characters in Asoue are far more interesting.

This series is so brilliantly written! With twists and turns on every page it makes the books impossible to put down. It's not all sunshine and rainbows either (in fact, none of it is) which makes it, in a sense, refreshing. Not to mention that the writing style was one of the most interesting I've ever seen. It seemed to make the books even more captivating. This should definitely be higher on the list!

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

14 Goosebumps (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.

Yes Harry Potter is number 1 and that series TOTALLY deserves it! Goosebumps is good too! It should be probably number5 or 6 because it is much better than other books!

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,

Each story is unique and thrilling. Also has the most classic villain, slappy , the living dummy. A memorable phase in most peoples' childhood.

15 Divergent (Veronica Roth)

Fell in love with this series after the first movie came out. The books are so well written and so many twists and turns. Character development is unmatched and I wish the movies were better

Literally so amazing, I personally love the characters and the meaning and "lessons" behind the whole story, I love dystopian books, and this is in my top favorites! 4+6 forever

I just want to say that this is SUCH an underrated book. Four/Tobias is like my favorite fictional boyfriend of all time and Tris is a truly awesome main character. Veronica Roth is an AMAZING author and deserves more credit than she gets. Warning for those who haven't read the books though... Tears are ahead!

Why is this not in the top 3?!?!?! This series if AMAZING. After I finished Harry Potter I didn't want to read anything else but I finally picked up divergent and it was sooo good. I spent all weekend reading and could not put it down. Finally a series where the main character doesn't always live happily ever after. Phenomenal.

16 The Pantheon Series (James Lovegrove)
17 Outlander Series (Diana Gabaldon)

Adventure, fantasy, romance and historical fiction that will keep you reading and then you will want to read them again. My favorite series of all time.

Best series I have ever read. I love these books!

18 Twilight (Stephenie Meyer)

I just loved the Twilight saga, and it has to be said, the books are much better than the films, because in the films: Kristen just can't keep her mouth closed! But Bella Swan is nothing like Kristen Stewart, and therefore it is one of the best sagas ever!

Most amazing series I have ever read. I was never bored and could never put the book down. It has been a real pleasure reading this series.

This is the BEST series in the entire world... well tied with HP! Don't judge me... I had to stay true to myself and I am a vampire at heart!

Love love love these books!

19 The Leviathan Trilogy (Scott Westerfeld)
20 The Dresden Files (Jim Butcher)

Pulpy, awesome and thoroughly entertaining. A must read that should be higher on this list.

21 Anne of Green Gables (L.M. Montgomery)
22 Survivors (Erin Hunter)

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!

It goes seekers, either survivors or warriors. Then the rest of you books. Sorry but I love Erin Hunters books.

It's a bit hard to get into at first, but the series immediately improved and got better as time went on.

Starts out boring but gets better and better and is now one of my favorite book series!

23 Seekers (Erin Hunter)

Why do people hate this series? I mean, bears are awesome! They have the intelligence of a human. Anyways, when you start one book in this series, you can't stop. The last and fifth book are so sad and amazing! Warriors sucks. So does Survivors. Who likes cats and dogs? They are just making my heart vomit.

PS Any fan of Erin Hunter knows she is not real. She's a lot of people (writers). Don't comment if you don't know this. You are a stranger here. Get lost!

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.

Love it. But it's probably my least fave Erin Hunter series.

Touches your heart

24 Geronimo Stilton (Elisabetta Dami)

Why is this so low? When I was young, I had no books to read, they were all so boring! Any when I found this and tried it out. It was amazing! You can actually visualize what's happening, and what the setting is instead by simply looking at the pictures. But that's not the reason why it should be higher. For a childrens nook, it makes incredibly funny writings such as "he smiled so much that his jaw broke." And more. Not to mention it has a perfect plot, and colorful words. I'm 12, but I still love reading these!

I love the Thea Stilton books more (Geronimo ones besides The Kingdom of Fantasy are kinda boring) because they have more mystery in them, but can sometimes be boring as heck. Best ones are Hollywood Hoax and Mystery in Paris.

Oh my goodness! This book is my favorite series of all time! Why did Geronimo Stilton go in the 17th place?

Books are funny for young kids like for first and second graders! Too easy for others though

25 The Inheritance Cycle (Christopher Paolini)

It is rather humorous that I consider myself both a Dragon Rider and Demigod and it seems like there is a bit of friction between the two groups on this list I can understand why - they are both two completely different book series with completely different styles. Despite my alliance to both, I have to agree that The Inheritance cycle is superior to Percy Jackson & The Heroes of Olympus. (I feel like such a traitor right now.) Personally for me, the world Paolini created is just so beautiful and so vast and just so plain magical, it cannot not be one of the best book series out there... My experience with these books will never be recreated.

This is such a great series that when I wanted to go to bed or do something else, I couldn't! I just had to keep reading this. I can't believe it but it isn't over yet! The whole series was thought out so beautifully. I love how creative Christopher and everyone who helped him was, they didn't steal any ideas from any other books! Overall, the whole series is 10/10.

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!

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.

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