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I've read lots of great trilogies! Have to mention The Hunger Games and The Morningstar Strain by ZA Recht.
Take a bow Cersei Lannister, from ASOI&F! Also Bellatrix LeStrange from Harry Potter.
Pretty much has to be Harry Potter. This series drew kids into reading from all countries and hopefully awakened a love of reading that will stay with them forever!
I read a lot of books where the plots were often silly but can't think of any offhand. So I'll mention a few that are 'silly' in a fun way like Go the Fuck To Sleep, Adulthood is a myth etc I like some silly humour sometimes, especially when it pokes fun at real life!
If a book is trying hard to be cool, that usually means it's a genre I don't read or I'm already bored and have stopped reading it!
I have to go apocalypse on this one, starting with Franklin Horton, Darrell Maloney etc who tell you bluntly what would happen if a natural disaster or an EMP attack or something occured in your country. There is no sugar coating of how society falls apart and the struggles the survivors will face. These books are scary because these scenarios could happen.
A girl has favourites that will be so forever! Harry Potter, the Arisen series by Michael Stephen Fuchs, A Song of Ice And Fire if it is ever finished that is!
Crabbe and Goyle from Harry Potter.
I'd resurrect Harry Potter for prequels. I want to see the first war between Voldemort and the Order! I want to see the birth of the Order, the missions they went on, meet those that died fighting the Death Eaters, Peter going over to the dark side, the death of the Potters, Snape the double agent, the trials, the attack on the Longbottoms! WANT!!!
I don't find this revelant to be honest. Whatever issues other readers have had with a book are their opinions and should be respected. It is not right for me to imply that their opinions are wrong or invalid in some way just because I liked the book more than they did. All opinions on a book are valid as long as the reviews are honest, without personal attacks and are fair.
A Storm of Swords! This book was totally mad and had some shocking plot twists...if you haven't watched Game of Thrones first of course! Red Wedding, Purple Wedding, the attack on The Wall, Tyrion's trial and aftermath, The Moon Door incident...it was non stop! Best book of the series so far.
Elvis appeared in the Sookie Stackhouse books...not quite what the question meant! Or you could have the Patricia Briggs wolf pack books. There is a small overlap of characters briefly in the Mercy Thompson series and others are mentioned in both that and Alpha & Omega.
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