I have read all of Rick riordans book series, harry potter, twilight, the maze runner series, the hunger games, etc.. I was just looking for some more series like those.
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Magyk by Angie Sage (it is the first in the Septimus Heap series)
Ordinary wizard Silas Heap and his wife Sarah are about to have their seventh child – the seventh son of the seventh son, a very magical circumstance. Unfortunately, the midwife tells Sarah the baby is dead and whisks away the body. On the same night, Extraordinary magician Marcia Overstrand presents Silas with a baby girl, telling him to raise it as his own. It is only later that they learn that this very night the queen has died, the old Extraordinary magician has been murdered, and the baby Princess has disappeared.
Inkheart by Cornelia Funke (trilogy)
Meggie is a girl the age of twelve who lives in Italy with her father, Mortimer, but Meggie has always called him Mo. Mo is a bookbinder who loves books and so does Meggie, although unlike most fathers he has never read out loud to her since her mother “left”.When Meggie can’t sleep she lays down with a book and reads by candlelight, even though Mo has told her many times not to, when she is sad she reads, and when she has nightmares she runs to mo’s room and reads, nothing allows her to fall asleep better than a book and the sound of Mo’s soft breathing. At night she falls asleep with a book under her pillow and swears that sometimes she can hear it whispering to her. Mo has always told Meggie the truth about everything or so Meggie thinks.
Theodoore Boone: kid lawyer (three books so far) by John Grisham
Strattenburg’s biggest criminal trial in a while drew a lot of attention, and the township largely suspected the defendant was guilty. He was charged with murdering his wife, but the lack of direct evidence created a problem for the prosecutor. Indeed, it seemed almost the perfect murder. Things were going so well for Pete Duffy, the defendant, that he was almost confident of acquittal.
Kingdom Keepers by Ridley Pearson (love this series)
Five young teens tapped as models for theme park “guides” find themselves pitted against Disney villains and witches who threaten both the future of Walt Disney World and the stability of the world outside it’s walls. Using a cutting edge technology called DHI, which stands for both Disney Host Interactive and Daylight Hologram Imaging, Orlando teen Finn Whitman and four other kids are transformed into hologram projections that guide guests through the park. However, the new technology turns out to have unexpected effects that are both thrilling and scary. Soon, Finn finds himself transported into his DHI form at night. Is it real, or a dream?
Dragon Slippers (trilogy- my favorite book of all time)
When Creel’s aunt suggests sacrificing her to the local dragon, it is with the hope that the knight will marry Creel and that everyone (aunt and family included) will benefit handsomely. Yet it’s Creel who talks her way out of the dragon’s clutches. And it’s Creel who walks for days on end to seek her fortune in the king’s city with only a bit of embroidery thread and a strange pair of slippers in her possession.But even Creel could not have guessed the outcome of this tale. For in a country on the verge of war, Creel unknowingly possesses not just any pair of shoes, but a tool that could be used to save her kingdom…or destroy it.
And those are my favs at the moment. Enjoy! 😀
There is a series called beautiful creatures by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl . Then there are two diffrent Fallen series one by Lauren Kate and the other by Thomas E. Sniegoski both are really good lastly there is a series called Fablehaven By Brandon Mull. Hoped that helped
Source(s): my own reading
The Immortals series by Alyson Noel is pretty good. The Host by Stephenie Meyer is good, but it isn’t a series. the Hush Hush series by Becca Fitzpatrick is awesome. I hear that Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card is really good. Hope I helped 🙂
GONE series is VERY good
go ask alice
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