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September - DUOLOGY & TRILOGY II > Recommendations: Duologies & Trilogies

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message 1: by Puck, Knave of Hearts (last edited Aug 30, 2020 04:06AM) (new)

Puck | 981 comments Mod
We all have a (list of) favorite series: the one where you eagerly anticipated the next book to be released, the one trilogy with your favorite couple, or the duology that broke your heart. Which series do we just have to pick up? Let us know!

My favorite trilogies:
- The Broken Earth, starting with The Fifth Season
- The Divine Cities, starting with City of Stairs
- The Winternight, starting with The Bear and the Nightingale
- The Chaos Walking, starting with The Knife of Never Letting Go

And my favorite duologies:
- The Monsters of Verity, starting with This Savage Song
- The Practical Magic, starting with The Rules of Magic


message 2: by Eleanor (new)

Eleanor (ontheothersideofreality) | 183 comments My favorite trilogies:
- The Kronos Chronicles, starting with The Cabinet of Wonders
- The Bartimaeus Trilogy, starting with The Amulet of Samarkand
- The Lord of the Rings, starting with The Fellowship of the Ring
- All for the Game, starting with The Foxhole Court


message 3: by Ashley Marie (new)

Ashley Marie  | 360 comments Seconding Divine Cities, LOTR, and Broken Earth. I also enjoyed...

Trilogies:
Court of Fives
And I Darken
Shadowshaper

Duologies:
Dread Nation / Deathless Divide
Wolf by Wolf / Blood for Blood
The Seafarer's Kiss / The Navigator's Touch


message 4: by Puck, Knave of Hearts (new)

Puck | 981 comments Mod
Ashley Marie wrote: "Seconding Divine Cities, LOTR, and Broken Earth. I also enjoyed...

Trilogies:
Court of Fives
And I Darken
Shadowshaper

Duologies:
[book:Dread Natio..."


Whenever the Wolf by Wolf books are mentioned, I go "damn, I have to pick those up" because fighting Hitler in a dark historical setting sounds so metal.


message 5: by Ashley Marie (new)

Ashley Marie  | 360 comments They're SO good.


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