The Best and Worst of Series Enders

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The Broke and the Bookish… you rock for coming up with this meme. Endings are the part I always look forward too because… well who doesn’t love the happy ending? Managed to come up with 5… so let’s start with the worst:

Requiem (Delirium, #3)Whisper (Riley Bloom #4)Mockingjay (The Hunger Games, #3)

 

1. Requiem Ā – Lauren Oliver

This book had the worst ending ever. I’m sure many of you Delirium fans will agree that it’s not even an ending.

2. Whisper – Alyson Noel

What? WHAT? You want to end on cryptic looks and meanings, you need to have another book to make it all better.

3. Mockingjay – Suzanne Collins

Didn’t properly read the whole book but the ending a bit too Harry Potter-esque for my liking for this series.

Now to the awesome ones:

The Last Olympian (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, #5)The Power (The Secret Circle, #3)

1. Percy Jackson and the Last Olympian – Rick Riordan

Mr Riordan plays with our Percabeth feels in the ending of the epic PJO series. Who needs anything else?

2. The Power – L.J Smith

Yeah, I know there’s 3 books after this one but they’re written by another author so they don’t count. It was the most heartwarming ending to a series that was addicting, scary and awesome.

 

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Author: Prima @ Panda Hearts Books

Lover of books, rom coms and chocolate. I also spend way too much time on the internet.

6 thoughts on “The Best and Worst of Series Enders”

  1. I wasn’t a particular fan of Mockingjay, either, which is kind of sad because that series started off SO STRONG. šŸ˜¦
    I loved the ending of The Secret Circle, and refuse to read the books written by a ghost author. L.J. Smith is just amazing, and I hate that her series have been taken away from her.
    Have you read any of her other novels?

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    1. I’ve read what I’d like to call her other famous series, The Vampire Diaries. I really enjoyed it but I still like Secret Circle better. The way she made the story so original and new… it’s amazing.

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