Everyone loves a good series, but everyone (aka me) loves a good binge-worthy series. How else can you spend days in the pool or rainy weekends? The following series for September’s Monthly Recommendations are perfect for all of your binge-worthy reading needs.
The Ivy by Lauren Kunze and Rina Onur- I read The Ivy series during one summer in high school. While they aren’t the absolute best books in the world, they’re perfect for when you need some whirlwind romance and college-age drama.
Pretty Little Liars by Sara Shepard- Needing to feel accomplished in your binge-reading skills? There’s nothing better than testing your skills with the 16 book Pretty Little Liars series. These books are just so easy to fall into, no matter the time in between picking each book up. I definitely enjoyed them more than the TV adaptation.
Burn for Burn trilogy by Jenny Han and Siobhan Vivian- While this trilogy takes place over the course of one school year, Burn for Burn was the perfect poolside reading for me this summer, especially since it takes place on Jar Island. Think high school drama, relationships, and three girls with revenge on their minds.
The Summer I Turned Pretty trilogy by Jenny Han- What can I say, Jenny Han is the queen of binge-worthy series. If you’re looking for something to soothe your summer blues, The Summer I Turned Pretty is the one for you. The trilogy follows Belly, who measures her life in summers and the time she spends with Jeremiah and Conrad. This series is especially easy to binge-read in its Target bind-up. Its individual paperbacks also recently received a really pretty cover change.
Warcross duology by Marie Lu- A duology everyone will soon be able to binge-read once Wildcard comes out on September 18, Warcross is perfect for anyone seeking to escape to a futuristic, video game-like Japan. I absolutely love Marie Lu’s writing, and Warcross is a story that you won’t want to put down once you meet Emika Chen and Hideo Tanaka.
The Arc of a Scythe trilogy by Neal Shusterman – I wish we could all binge read The Arc of a Scythe trilogy RIGHT NOW, but it’s definitely a binge-read we can all look forward to! The final book in the trilogy, The Toll, comes out on in 2019. This dystopian series is filled with action, politics, and so much more. If you found yourself binge-reading The Hunger Games, this has to be your next dystopian binge.
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