Having to be on time is one of the most bittersweet things for a book nerd to deal with. Every time there is a new book, we know when it will be out. This can mean that we have to wait at least a year for the sequel to come out. Sometimes there are two. Sometimes there are five of them! And, well, we don’t always have time.
Suppose you didn’t start some of our favorite shows when they first came out, but now you have the chance to watch them all in one sitting. That’s correct! The book series on the list below have all come to an end and are now yours to read. It’s possible to read along with the characters as they grow, fall in love, and fight their demons in at least three books from each. You can also read about empires, mysteries, and everyday life, too! You can find everything from contemporary romance to complex fantasies on our list, so you can find the kind of book that will make you want to read it again and again.
Completed Book Series to Read
Serpent & Dove by Shelby Mahurin
In this story, serpent and dove, blood and honey, gods and monsters, are all things that happen. Two years ago, Louise le Blanc left her coven and took refuge in the city of Cesarine. She gave up magic and lived off what she could steal. Where Lou is a witch, people look for her and try to get her to help them. They are afraid. Burned:
Hunter: Reid Diggory has lived his life by one rule: Thou shalt not let a witch live. When Lou pulls a prank, the two are forced into a marriage they can’t avoid. Lou can’t ignore her growing feelings, but she can’t do anything about what she is. She has to make a choice. Everybody is a fool because of love:
Truly Devious by Maureen Johnson
: Truly Devious, The Vanishing Stair, The Hand on the Wall, The Box in the Woods, and the Hand on the Wall
Ellingham Academy is a well-known private school in Vermont for the best thinkers, inventors, and artists in the world. In the early 20th century, Albert Ellingham, a wealthy businessman, wanted to make a beautiful place full of riddles, twisting paths, and gardens. He started the park. It was like this: “A place where learning is fun,” he told us. Before long, his wife and daughter were taken away. The only real clue was a mocking riddle that listed ways to kill, signed “Truly, Devious.” It became one of the most important unsolved crimes in American history, and it has never been solved.
Stacey “Stevie” Bell is about to start her first year at Ellingham Academy. She wants to solve a cold case. The inventor, novelist, actor, artist, and jokester are all in her house. When she gets used to her new school life and her housemates, she will be able to figure out the case. But there’s something weird going on. Truly Devious makes a surprise appearance, and death comes back to Ellingham High School. History has risen from its grave. Someone has been able to get away with murder.
Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi
It’s time for me to be shattered and unraveled. Ignite me. Ignite me. The first book in the gripping Shatter Me series is a must-read!
A single touch is all it takes. It only takes one touch from Juliette Ferrars to make a man who is already grown gasp for air. She can kill with one touch. There is no one who knows why Juliette has so much power. It feels like a curse, like a weight that no one can bear alone. But the Reestablishment sees it as a gift, and sees her as a chance to help them. A chance to use a deadly weapon. For the first time in her life, Juliette has been able to fight for her own rights. In the end, though, when she’s back with the only person who ever cared about her, her strength grows.
Queen’s Thief by Megan Whalen Turner
the Queen of Attolia, the King of Attolia, and the Thief are some of the people in this story. Queens and Kings form a conspiracy. They are as thick as thieves, and the Thief comes back for more. Author Megan Whalen Turner has made the world of the epics come to life in her Queen’s Thief novels, which have won many awards and are on the New York Times list. Eugenides the thief is one of the most interesting and charismatic characters in literature. This is the first book in a series that introduces him.
So claims Eugenides, the queen’s thief. He says he can steal anything, but we have no proof. When he brags, he ends up in prison, and the king’s magus invites him on a quest to steal a legendary object. He can’t say no to the offer, though. He thinks he has the right tool for the job, but Gen has his own ideas. The Queen’s Thief books have been praised by writers, critics, reviewers, and fans. They have been given glowing reviews, “best of” citations, and many awards, including the Newbery Honor, the Los Angeles Times Book Prize, the Andre Norton Award shortlist, and the Mythopoeic Fantasy Award.
The Betrayed by Kiera Cass
The betrothed and the betrayed are both in this group. Kiera Cass is back with a sparkling royal romance that is sure to be a hit with her fans and fans of courtly intrigue. One who wants to be queen. Young King: He looks good. Yes, but is it really?
Queen Hollis Brite is shocked when King Jameson tells her that he wants to marry her. She is also very happy. After all, she’s spent her whole life at Keresken Castle, where she’s competed for the king’s attention with other daughters of the rich and powerful. Getting his heart is the dream come true. That might not be as happy as she thought. When she meets a commoner who can see into her heart, she learns that the future she wants is one she never thought about.
The Montague Siblings Series by Mackenzi Lee
The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue is a book for men. This is the Gentleman’s Guide to Getting Lucky. This book is a guide to petticoats and piracy. The Nobleman’s Guide to Scandal and Shipwrecks is a book.
It was the queer teen historical that you didn’t know you were missing from your own life. Teen Vogue says that. With the help of his best friend and secret crush, this young British lord goes on a Grand Tour of Europe that will stay with him for a long time. Mackenzi Lee, the author of This Monstrous Thing, wrote a book called “Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda” in the 1700s. Monty: Henry “Monty” Montague doesn’t care that his racy passions are not in line with the gentleman he was born to be, because he doesn’t think that is important. It’s possible that Monty’s search for pleasure and vice could come to an end as he goes on a tour of Europe, though. Also, his father wants him to run the family’s estate when he comes home. Monty has an impossible crush on his best friend and traveling partner, Percy; they’ve been best friends for a long time. He wants to make this yearlong trip one last hedonistic party, so Monty vows to flirt with Percy from Paris to Rome while he’s on the trip. That’s not what happened. When Monty makes a mistake that turns their trip to another country into a terrifying manhunt, it makes him question everything he knows, including his relationship with the boy who makes him so happy!
The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue is an irresistible romp that looks at the very thin line between friendship and love.
The Old Kingdom Series by Garth Nix
All of them: Terciel & Elinor, Sabriel, Lirael; Abhorsen; Clariel; Goldenhand; Abhorsen It’s been a long time since Garth Nix has written a book about Sabriel’s parents, Terciel and Elinor, and the magic that brought them together and threatened to break them apart. Nix is back in the Old Kingdom to tell this never-before-told story. A long-awaited prequel to a well-known fantasy book series. Old Kingdom: Terciel, an orphan, is 18 years old when he learns necromancy from his great-uncle Tizanael. In the Old Kingdom, there are old and sometimes dangerous magics. In other words, not to bring back the dead. Instead, lay them to rest. His job is to keep the dead from coming back to life. Tizanael is the latest in a long line of people who do this.
Across the wall in Ancelstierre, which is a steam-age country where magic isn’t very common, 19-year-old Elinor lives a quiet life in a small house. There are only two people in her life: an old governess and a groom who used to be a famous circus star. It doesn’t matter that her mother is sick or about to die. People still don’t like her. Elinor doesn’t know that the Old Kingdom is very important to her, or that magic can sometimes come across the Wall. Terciel and Tizanael are brought to Ancelstierre by an old enemy of the Abhorsens. This is what happens in a single day: There is fire and death and loss. Elinor finds herself on a path that takes her into Terciel’s life, into the Old Kingdom, and into a fight between the Abhorsens and the Dead who won’t stay dead, as well.
Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard
Red Queen, Glass Sword, King’s Cage, War Storm, and Broken Throne are some of the things in this story.
Those with Red blood work for Mare Barrow’s Silver-blooded elite, who have superhuman abilities. Mare Barrow’s world is divided by blood. Mare is a Red, and she works as a thief in a poor, rural village. A twist of fate brings her in front of the Silver court. When she’s in front of everyone else, she finds out she can do things on her own. To hide this, the king makes her act like a lost Silver princess and gives her to one of his own sons. Mare risks everything as she gets closer to the Silver world. She uses her new role to help the Scarlet Guard, a growing Red rebellion, even though her heart is pulling her in an impossible direction. There is only one thing she can be sure of in the dangerous game she plays: betrayal. One wrong move could kill her.