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The Hunger Games: MockingJay
by Suzanne Collins

Loved this book! the series really came to a good conclusion, (even though there were 2 parts to the movies here). Loved seeing the breaking point of Katniss too, ending the series with a bang! and killing Snow was an interesting choice for her to make!

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
by Suzanne Collins

Liked this book a little less, but I did like how the author really pushed Katniss to her limits, making everyone turn their backs to her, and letting her overcome her own challenges.

The Hunger Games
by Suzanne Collins

A classic. Loved this book, seeing Katniss start her adventure in the games, and develop more as a character is always delightful. loved the part where she took the place of her sister though!

The Kill Order
by James Dashner

Not my favorite in the series, but it was certainly entertaining none the less to read about Mark and Trina as they hopelessly tried to save those affected with the crazy virus.

Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard
by Rick Riordan

Loved to read this series focusing on the Asgardian gods and demigods! Really loved the amount of action, with Loki's war, and the enemies Magnus had to face to stop him!

Tidewater Inn By Colleen Coble
by Colleen Coble

This book was a great read. The story is one that many people will be familiar with except for the abduction part. The narrator does an excellent job with both female and male characters. You kinda want to visit this Inn.

by Christopher Paolini

Loved reading up on this ancient dystopian-esque book series, seeing Eagon improve in his quest to help his cousin, and the varden was very amazing! just imagining the great world that Eragon inhabits - from the Hadarac Desert to the Beor Mountains.

by Christopher Paolini

Seeing Eragon find, and unhinge his simple farm life for a legend after finding a dragon egg brought shivers down my spine! his journey and his bravery really make this story what it is, a story of a hero.

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindlewald
by J. K. Rowling

Favorite book series of ALL time! loved the screenplay nature instilled in the series, as it allows you to experience the RAW emotion in each word of the characters dialogue, and lets you really understand what the characters are going through, and what is happening on the big screen!

The Blood Of Olympus
by Rick Riordan

This book was amazing! While it was a Percy Jackson-esque book in its series, it had focused instead on the other heroes beyond just him - Nico, Jason, Reyna, Leo, and Piper, conveying that there was more than just Percy on the team and that they could carry them whole Rome and Greek camps to victory as Percy and Annebeth were AWOL.
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