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The first December topic for this month's Top 5 Wednesday! I was quite confused about this topic because I wondered if it's too choose the best books or only the titles. But after considering for a while, I've finally decided to interpret it literally. Which is to choose Top 5 Series Titles! So in this post, I will just consider the titles, neglecting the fact whether I loved the series or not. To be honest, I don't read that many series (even though I really enjoy them), so some of the series titles I listed in this post I have not read yet. But here are my choices for the top series titles, in no particular order.
Twilight | New Moon | Eclipse | Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer
The Twilight series is not on my favorites list, but I absolutely love the titles. These four titles feels perfectly harmonious with one another. So I think this series deserves to be on this list :)) (Finally Twilight made it into one of my lists)
Divergent | Insurgent | Allegiant by Veronica Roth
My second choice for this list is the Divergent series! I love how the title of this trilogy rhimes and all ends with an 'ent'/'ant' which practically sounds the same. And I also think the title represents the story of each book really well :)
Shadow and Bone | Siege and Storm | Ruin and Rising by Leigh Bardugo
The next three series are the ones I haven't read, starting with the Grisha trilogy. I really love the sound of these titles, I think they're really catch. All three consists of two words, and everything just sounds very intriguing. Makes me want to read this series real soon!
A Game of Thrones | A Clash of Kings | A Storm of Swords | A Feast for Crows | A Dance with Dragons by George R.R. Martin
And this one is just the perfect example of a grand series titles. The sound of each titles seems majestic and it's perfectly suitable for A Song of Ice and Fire settings. And even though I have only read the first book, I think the titles will represent the story well. I love them all.♥
The Knife of Never Letting Go | The Ask and the Answer | Monsters of Men by Patrick Ness
The last one, is another series I have yet to read, but dying to do it really soon. It's the Chaos Walking trilogy and doesn't all these titles sounds so intriguing? I don't even know what "The Knife of Never Letting Go" means, but it sounds great. Intriguing titles are really awesome, because they make me want to read them ;))
Okay, so that's it for this week's Top 5 Wednesday! Next week's topic is Top 5 Re-reads, but since I never re-read anything, I might skip that one. So I'll see you in the next week after that one, with the third topic for December which is: Top 5 Historical Books! Alright then, bye!