Top 10 Series Books of 2016 – India

 

Different types of books available, but series books get more fame among both teens and kids because of its exciting characters and amazing storyline. Choosing the best books is not a simple task because there are tons of choices available to select. This guide shares you the amazing collection of top 10 series books for 2016.  Along with this, it also lets you know more interesting facts about the top 10 series books.

 

Harry porter

The story of this book series is a school located in a castle that filled with many moving staircases, a game played on the flying broomsticks, a body which is the hero of an entire world, the evil wizard intent on the domination and much more.  Voldemort who is the Dark Lord strived to kill Harry Porter while he was only a baby, but he failed and killed parents of Harry but leaving Porter with the lightning-bolt scar. After that disappearance of Voldemort, Porter is sent to live with the nasty uncle and aunt, far away from the hint of magic.  At the age of 11, Porter is welcomed to attend the Hogwarts School of Wizardry and Witchcraft, as well as the magical world opens before Porter. Harry unravels the mysteries of the first confrontation with the Voldemort slowly. He also knows about why Dark Lord strived to kill him, how he lived as well as what he need do to live another encounter.

Read it For:
The excellent series of stories bring readers an excellent and adventure reading experience.
Don't Read it For:
Few aspects of this series storyline disappoint the readers.
What makes this book stand out?:
The seven novels of Harry porter are translated into 68 languages.

The Black Company

The good fantasy stories rely on the world-building, as well as Black Company series of Glen Cook has it in spades. The stories cover over four hundred years of wonderful history across the ten novels, three sub-series as well as many short stories which followed. Though a title of series is not usually telling for the literal description of adventures within, the book series does not be better it.  The collection also mulls morality within a team of selected mercenaries in the multi-dimensional world of magic and wizards.  Apart from fantasy aficionados, the author found an interesting audience in the real-life soldiers who embraced the more true-to-life portrayal of The Black company of mercenaries handling the life within the selected profession.

Read it For:
Every page of this book includes fantasy with a unique scope and scale to bring readers a fantastic experience.
Don't Read it For:
It is not for readers who like romantic related stories.
What makes this book stand out?:
The series book has a unique storyline that brings readers vastly experience.

Prince of Thorns (The Broken Empire Trilogy)

The broken empire trilogy of Mark Lawrence covers a battle epic around the family drama within the coming-of-age story, developing the multi-layered fantasy series steeped in the dark magic.  The story of this series is about emotionally and physically scarred after seeing the murders of his brother and mother, Jorg Ancrath, who is a titular “Prince of Thorns,” transitions from the tortured child to the callous leader vying for a throne. Beyond delivering some memorable characters, a trilogy of Lawrence offers all-too-common “teen battling to unite the land” storyline with some twists.

Read it For:
The stories of this book are haunting, exhilarating, disturbing, poetic and chaotic.
Don't Read it For:
It includes some negative feedbacks.
What makes this book stand out?:
With the smooth, compelling and vivid story, this book brings readers full of gritty and wonder. The unique story makes it one of the top 10 books of 2016.

The Chronicles of Narnia

The kind-hearted Narnia series of C.S. Lewis sometimes feels similar to yang to serious of Tolkien as well as moody in that make sense, provided that the two Inklings were best friends for decades. Series of Lewis, though, is very often reduced to child-friendly The Lion, the Wardrobe, and the Witch. It is other entries which feel highly epic as well as filled with the heraldic magic like beautiful vistas and high-seas adventure as well as wonderful Voyage vistas of Dawn Treader, or wondrous instants of birth of Narnia in The Magician’s Nephew.

Read it For:
The excellent storyline of this book brings you an excellent reading experience.
Don't Read it For:
It disappoints readers in some instances while reading the book.
What makes this book stand out?:
The story of this series book includes abundant magic and awesome characters that make it not possible to forget.
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The Chronicles of Prydain

in the age, while any winning tween series is hyped as the potential movie franchise, pentalogy of Lloyd Alexander has managed for staying out of the limelight. Soaked gently in the Welsh mythos without being beholden to it, the coming-of-age tale of the Assistant Pig-Keeper Taran, as well as his friends, say a story which is touchingly human and high fantasy. Thus, the series is an excellent introduction to some genre, as Eilonwy, Gurgi, Doli, Taran, Flewddur, and Fflam are the characters who will hold their personal in the memory of reader alongside the talking lions and famous hobbits.

Read it For:
It is a wondrous and wise tale.
Don't Read it For:
Some of the dialogue in this series is difficult.
What makes this book stand out?:
The writing of this series book is sophisticated that make it best book to reads.

The Dark Elf Trilogy

The Dark Elf Trilogy is an excellent series story that provides the lively history of the elf Drizzt Do’Urden to life.  It is the rare times where the series like it one reached the huge audiences,

Read it For:
It is the great series for readers who love fantasy genre.
Don't Read it For:
It is not for comic lovers.
What makes this book stand out?:
The unique and exciting storyline of this book series makes it one of the top 10 books.

The Dark Tower

You possibly associate the name of Stephen King with another genre fiction brand, but which is no reason for discounting the forays past conventional horror. With the Dark Tower, King masterfully combines western, horror and dark fantasy across eight tales that were revealed between the year of 1982 and 2012. The Wild West-esque environment of the story might not seem to be a perfect landscape for the fantasy, but the travels and trails of its key character named the Gunslinger, are the Lord of Rings than the Clint Eastwood. Additionally, though fans have varied opinions on the finest installments of the series, its continuity as well as whether it will receive the movie adaptation it deserves, The Dark Tower series has established worthy of the decades-spanning discussion.

Read it For:
It is an excellent book series that allows you to get more fun and enjoyment while reading its series.
Don't Read it For:
It creates a boring experience in some instances.
What makes this book stand out?:
The awesome storyline and excellent characters make it ideal for all fantasy lovers.

The Dresden Files

The pulp genres brings stories of Jim Butcher a prefab shape which fans of both detective and fantasy noir can quickly know even as it let the author to avoid some onerous factors of world-building as well as get right for the action. The result is the pulp series which feels both retro and modern.

Read it For:
It is a fantastic book that brings you more entertainment.
Don't Read it For:
You can stay away from this series if you like romantic stories.
What makes this book stand out?:
The series book feels like both modern as well as retro that make it perfect for fantasy fans.

The First Law Trilogy

The fans of First Law delight in the scenarios which see their protagonist not just excel at the labels they are given but indulge in the worst behaviors.

Read it For:
it includes engaging stories that bring you more enjoyment.
Don't Read it For:
It is not for readers who love comedy based stories purely.
What makes this book stand out?:
The series of this story includes flawed characters that make it one of the top books.

His Dark Materials

The fantasy masterwork of the author tackled its philosophical adversary with staggering imagination and intelligence.

Read it For:
The unique characters and awesome storyline bring readers a unique reading experience.
Don't Read it For:
The storyline of this book is complex and thought-provoking.
What makes this book stand out?:
It is the supreme literary of magicians and dreamers.

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