Like, Try, Why #16: Same Author, Different Series

11/16/2012 6:01PM | Posted by: Margot-TeamEpicReads | Like, Try, Why
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This week’s Like, Try, Why features three different authors with different series! 

 

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THE PROBLEM: You just finished an amazing YA book and you want to keep that satisfied feeling going, but you don’t know what to read next. Or alternatively, you’ve read something amazing and have been searching for the perfect follow up read, but have come up short every time.

THE SOLUTION: Never fear readers, because Epic Reads is here to solve all your bookish problems. Introducing our weekly feature, “Like, Try, Why”! Each week we’ll pick a few popular books (and sometimes even TV shoes or movies!!) that we adored and then PERSONALLY recommend what to read next. This is no automated feature, this is the real thang y’all. So sit back, relax and let this week’s Like, Try, Why introduce you to your next epic read.

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If you were enamored with the world Kelley Armstrong built in the Darkest Powers series, then your next urban fantasy series should be the Darkness Rising trilogy! It’s set in the same world but features a whole new cast of characters, including a kickass heroine and sexy love interests! Books included in this series: The Gathering, The Calling and The Rising.

If it’s adorkable characters and laugh-out-loud moments you want like the Georgia Nicolson series by Louise Rennison, then pick up the Withering Tights series, also by Louise! Books in this series: Withering Tights and A Midsummer Tights Dream.

While The Luxe series by Anna Godbersen captured all the glitz of the Age of Innocence, her latest series, Bright Young Things, will introduce today’s teens to the brilliant lights and whirlwind lifestyle of the twenties. Flappers, mobsters, and the care–free nights at underground clubs—they’re called the roaring twenties for a reason! Books in this series include: Bright Young Things, Beautiful Days and The Lucky Ones.


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  1. November 16, 2012 | 8:25 pm

    I love both of those series by Kelley Armstrong. If you’ve never checked them out, you definitely need to do that now!

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