Top Five Wednesdays: Long Series

Top 5 Wednesday is a weekly challenge for book bloggers, vloggers, and book lovers, hosted by Lainey and Sam. The goal is to choose their top 5 picks for the week’s given challenge. Find out more on the  Goodreads group page!

From The Group Page:

June 30: Long Series
I don’t know about you, but I love a long series, which is anything more than three books. What are your favorites?

This may be considered juvenile, but I have enjoyed this series since I watched the movies back in high school. Eventually I’m going to get around to reading the series again so that I can read the Wedding book that came out a few years ago.

This is an amazing series. I can’t say I’m in love with every single book in the series, but they are all a hoot. There are twenty-eight books in the series so far. It’s like reading I Love Lucy does bounty hunters.

This has been another favorite series of mine since high school. My best friend at the time took me to see the movie to the first book. I loved it. I have to separate it from the book now, but I digress. I need to read the series in order if I’m being honest.

I can’t remember when I first started reading this series. It was over a decade ago at least. It’s such a good book. I find each of the females in the club so relatable and so down to earth. I just wish more people read this series so I had somebody to talk to about this series. Just recently watched the television show adaptation. I wasn’t impressed with the adaptation. The show was really good though. Wish there was more than one season.

I’m actually currently reading this series. All books are very long. They are 700-900 pages each. There are many different series in the series. I think the main series itself has 11 books. I’m on book 10 now. They are so good, but they are very disturbing. There are many very hard topics and graphic details sprinkled in the series. I dont’ recommend it for people who are triggered easily.

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