October 8, 2013
Top Ten Best/Worst Series Enders
1. Worst: The Sweet Far Thing by Libba Bray. I didn't like this series to begin with, but I thought if maybe I finished it I would have closure...hahahahahahaha. That was a SICK JOKE. Not only did nothing really happen throughout the books...uhh...the love interest? Yeah, that guy? SPOILER-He gets turned into a tree. -SPOILER END Some people think it's beautiful and that Gemma is strong. I think that it's a little bit sad but...Ugh.
2. Best: The Final Eclipse by Lynne Ewing. I remember this being a fabulous ending, and at the time. Of course, I'm re-reading the series now to figure out if the fact it was awesome is still true...only time will tell!
3. Best: We'll Always Have Summer by Jenny Han. I just love love loved this series! And the ending was absolutely fantastic-- I couldn't have made up or wished a better one, you know?
4. Best: The Vincent Brothers by Abbi Glines. I believe that this was an ending-- and as a companion type series, it did well. Very well. Like, I loved this one more than the first one well. I'm constantly re-reading this one!
5. Worst/Best: The Last Battle by C.S. Lewis. I alternately loathe and love this one-- it's weird. I love the religiousism. But I hate that it all ended so abruptly and idioticly. It was weird, to tell you the truth. Love the series, loathe this one 85% of the time.
6. Worst: Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer. I loathe this series-- when I was reading it was all fine and dandy; but when I finished I realized that it was not the kind of thing I wanted to read! The idiocy of Bella, weird pregnancy where she craves blood, freaky deaky relationship between her daughter and Jacob...Lord. That is a whole big can of weirdo worms!
7. Best: Inkdeath by Cornelia Funke. I remember this whole series being awesome, so it stands to reason that I loved the ending book, right? ;)
8. Best/Worst: These Happy Golden Years by Laura Ingalls Wilder. I'm really not sure how I felt about this series ender-- why is this subject so hard? I must rarely ever finish series I start. :/
9. Best: Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins. It was the perfect wrap up to a really good series. I loved getting to see what happened with Katniss and Peeta's relationship, and it was so adorbs and I loved the down with the capitol stuff. LOL.
10. Best: The Soldiers of Halla by D.J. Machale. I really, really loved this series-- and it's so little known that I thought I'd include it. The ending for this one was really awesome, I thought. ;)