This is a little bit of a different post for me!
BUT after my week-long cruise with my sister and a LOT of reading it dawned on me, many of you may have the same questions that I had….
I read the Hunger Games Trilogy, loved it, and now what?
What do I read after I have read the Hunger Games?!?
I am lucky enough to work with patients all day… and I ALWAYS ask patients what they are reading if they bring a book along with them for their appointments… and so, with a bit of quizzing and comparing between patients to make sure the list was good, I made a list of books that I should read after the Hunger Games. I shared them with my sister on our vacation and she was thrilled… and that is when I decided that you guys may like to see my list as well!
I must note that I have NOT read all of these books, I am working my way through them though, and so far so good!
And if you haven’t yet read the Hunger Games, start there, make sure you like this type of fiction, young adult, trilogy type books to begin with! And then think about checking out the others below!
Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins–The Hunger Games, Catching Fire, Mocking Jay
Divergent Trilogy by Veronica Roth–Divergent, Insurgent
Delirium Trilogy by Lauren Oliver–Delirium, Pandemonium, Reuiem
Matched Trilogy by Ally Condie–Matched, Crossed, Reached
Maze Runner Series by James Dashner–The Maze Runner, The Scorch Trials, The Death Cure, The Kill Orders
Reluctant Protector Trilogy by Nana Malone–Reluctant Protector, Forsaken Protector
Birthmarked Trilogy by Caragh O’Brien–Birth Marked, Prized, Promised
Hostile Witness Series by Rebecca Foster–Hostile Witness, Silent Witness, Privileged Witness, Expert Witness
Dead Weight, Abducted, and A Knight in Central Park by Theresa Regan
*as far as I can tell, this is not a series*
And just to be honest there have been a few book series that I have tried to read and that I could not give 100% great reviews, but I think they are important to mention so that you can decide if you have similar book tastes!
I tried to get into and read the Ugllies Series by Scott Westerfeld
And more importantly which series should I start next???
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