Sunday, 26 July 2015

Favourite Series Finales Featuring The Writing Duo-SBPT||❤

Hello everyone,

We’re Sarena and Sasha, twin sisters, teen authors, and book bloggers over at The Writing Duo. We’re so excited to be here to talk about our favourite series finales! We love series, especially when they’re done right with a perfect last book. Here is our list:

1.  HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS. Because it’s Harry Potter—how could you hate that ending? Although I could’ve done without one of the characters’ deaths…

2.THE LAST OLYMPIAN by Rick Riordan. The ending the Percy Jackson series was awesome, especially with the epic spin-off series! We wouldn’t say Blood of Olympus was as strong a finale as The Last Olympian, though.

3.VICIOUS, THE GOOD GIRLS, and SEVEN MINUTES IN HEAVEN all by Sara Shepard. These three series finales (lasts books in the PLL, Perfectionists, and Lying Game series) were all amazing endings that tied the series’ off well!

4.THE DEATH CODE by Lindsay Cummings. We both read this in May/June and loved it. It was full of adventure, mystery, and plot twists… definitely one of the best dystopia series finales ever.

5.CLOCKWORK PRINCESS by Cassandra Clare. If you did not feel all the feels while reading this book, are you even human? 

6.ABHORSEN by Garth Nix, the series finale to the Old Kingdom series. Sabriel is one of Sarena’s favourite books, and she loved Abhorsen as well! A great high fantasy series for all!

7. DREAMS OF GODS AND MONSTERS by Laini Taylor, aka the goddess of YA. Like, seriously. This series is fantastic and so unique and you must read it if you haven’t! DoGaM was the perfect ending.  

8.THE WRATH OF MULGARATH by Holly Black. What an epic series finale to the Spiderwick Chronicles. Sasha might’ve even teared up a little. Maybe.

Thanks for having us, Naomi! It was lots of fun. :) 

Sarena and Sasha Nanua are teenage twins living in Mississauga, Ontario. They love reading books in their spare time and enjoy science fiction and fantasy novels. They have been writing books since they were nine years old. The Gemstone is their first novel.  



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