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All My Finished Series (part 2)

Hello readers! Welcome to all the series I’ve ever finished part 2. Today, we are going over 10 more series I have finished. I have over 30, so this will be 3 or so parts. IF YOU MISSED part one, CLICK HERE.

If you haven’t read A Child Called It, this series is a non-fiction seriesfollowing author Dave Pelzer and the abuse he received as a small child. He has 3 or 4 brothers and NONE of them are abused, only him.

The second book follows him as a teen and the 3rd book follows him in adulthood while becoming a parent himself.

The Underland Chronicles is Suzanne Collins’s underrated middle-grade series. It’s a portal fantasy following Gregor. He falls into his dryer and finds an entire underground world of giants animals and bugs.

I think this is a solid MG series for those in that age range, but maybe too easy to predict by adult readers.

Vampire Academy is one of my favorites. I know, I know. This series does have a large flaw, being a student-teacher relationship.

This series follows a half-vampire named Rose. Half-vampires and vampires go to this boarding school, but both are there for different reasons. Vampires are getting an education while the half-vampires are training to be guards for them.

All the Wrong Questions is a prequel series to A Series of Unfortunate Events following Lemony Snicket as a child. If you don’t know, Lemony Snicket is a character within this world.

If you like A Series of Unfortunate Events, odds are you will like this too. I enjoyed reading all the books, but I think there was too much left open at the end of the series. I don’t like things to be left open, but if you don’t mind that sort of thing, you might love the end.

Dexter is such an amazing show. The first book in this series does parallel the first season of the show. HOWEVER, the rest of it could not be more different.

These books are very slow and then rush through the ending. I’ve read all 8 books in this series and they get worse as you go. If you are interested in Dexter, please don’t waste your time with the books and go for the show.

I’m SUPER excited to see what they do now that they revamped the TV show.

If you’ve been alive for any amount of time, you have probably read or have seen one of the movies for Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Did you know there is a sequel called The Great Glass Elevator? There is no coincidence this one hasn’t been made into a film itself. It’s bad and REALLY racist, with a hint of ableism in there, too. Not even racist in a subtle way that only the race who is affected would notice.

In the second book, Charlie, his family, and Willy Wonka take the elevator to space. It’s actually a wild plot. If you are interested in some actual examples of the racism within, CLICK HERE to see my review on Goodreads. It won’t spoil the plot or anything if you still want to read it after.

This is a duology following a girl named Ada. She doesn’t have a great life. She is physically disabled and her mom is abusive to her.

The setting is in England during WWII. Ada and her little brother move to the country with this woman they’ve never met. Most kids did this in WWII.

In the beginning, Ada is unbearably mean, but she does have a large dose of character development by the end, and it is such a good series! She’s just a 10-year-old girl who hasn’t been shown love or kindness and she has to work through it.

Percy Jackson is a staple in the middle-grade category. It follows 12-year-old Percy as he finds out he is a demigod and he goes to a camp for other demigod kids.

The Lunar Chronicles is such a good series. This is a 4-book series retelling. The first one follows Cinder. She is an orphaned cyborg living with her evil step-mother, all while running a repair shop.

If you like YA scifi and fairy tale retellings, I’m sure it is worth giving a shot!

Selection is about 25 girls who are pining for the marriage to the prince. Each time a royal family member is ready to find love, they do this competition where a ton of girls get to date them all at once.

I loved the first 3 books in this series, but the last two were not needed. The last two follow the children of the MC in the first 3 books. I unhauled those two a few months ago because I don’t like them and I think they were not necessary.

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