December 4, 2014

Top 5 Wednesday - Series Titles


Welcome to the first Top 5 Wednesday for December!  So the countdown to Christmas is on and with only 3 more T5W to go until the jolly fat man comes it's time to get down to the nitty gritty and get on with this weeks list... what are my Top 5 Series Titles?

I had to think long and hard about this, but eventually I just ended up grabbing books from my shelves.  Thankfully it didn't take too long before I had a couple of interesting titles - and as luck would have it, my postie dropped off another parcel yesterday that contained the first book in a series with a great name ;-D.  So, without further ado, I give you my Top 5 Series Titles...


 The Iron Druid Chronicles

Although this is a fabulous name, I had to put it in at numero 5 as I've only read Hounded from the library.  I've been meaning to add this series to my bookshelves, but I just keep getting sidetracked.  The series is about an immortal Druid who is hiding from certain Gods in America.  It's great.  Lots of action, a bit of mystery, and funny as can be.  My favourite character would have to be Oberon.

Recommended for those who love urban fantasy, magic, or mythology.


 An Aurora Teagarden Mystery

With a name like Aurora Teagarden, the main character could never go through life unnoticed ;-D  This is a great cosy mystery series that revolves around our main protagonist, Aurora, who is a librarian in a small country town in Southern America.  Full of mystery, and a few murders, this series will keep you guessing until the last page.

I absolutely adore this short series - 8 books - by Charlaine Harris.  Recommended for anyone who works in the library industry, loves cosy mysteries, or just enjoys a great fast paced who-dunnit ;-D


 The Black Dagger Brotherhood

A great adult vampire series.  Ward has a different take on the whole vampire genre and I very much enjoyed reading about the original members of the Brotherhood (books 1-6).  There are 9, or 10,  books in the series now, and it doesn't seem as if Ward will stop any time soon.  

Would recommend to those who love Sherrilyn Kenyon's Dark-Hunter series.


 The Parasol Protectorate

Series actually listed under 'An Alexia Tarabotti Novel', but to anyone who's read these books it's a Parasol Protectorate book ;-D  Fabulous characters, intriguing mysteries and all the Victorian era Steampunk you could want.  Highly recommend to anyone who wants to get into Steampunk, or just likes vampires and werewolves.


 The Gentlemen Bastard Sequence

Just got this book in the mail yesterday, so it's on my TBR pile, but I just love the title of this series. From the reviews I've seen on YouTube this should be an amazing read.  Hopefully I'll be able to get to it before Christmas ;-D

So Christmas is now one T5W closer ;-D.   Thank you for dropping by, and I hope you found something new to read, and if you want to find out more about this series, it was created by the lovely Lainey at GINGERREADSLAINEY and I'll include a link to the Goodreads group {here} if you would also like to participate.

If you have any questions or comments, then please feel free to leave them down below.

Until next time,

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