Top 10 Trilogy Books Of 2017

 

There are many enthusiastic and hardcore readers who loved reading series books. However, there is an entire set of readers that love reading exclusive trilogy books. There is something about this number three that makes them choose this particular genre within series books. Perhaps it is the constant continuation a way lesser number of series that makes them so comfortable for people to read. In contrast to other types of series books, trilogies end in smaller sections where each story represents one-third of the whole plot. Not less, not more. That is it.

 

If you are looking for some best books to read, here is a list of top 10 trilogy books of 2017. For those who are narrowly interested only in trilogies, this list can be easily called as top 10 books of 2017.

 

Fifty Shades Trilogy

Ana Steele is a young and budding journalist who goes to interview a young and successful entrepreneur Christian Grey, doesn't know, however, that this one interview is going to change her world forever. While My Grey wants to quench his inner lust for sexual depravity, Ana knows what she wants and goes for it.

Read it For:
If you have an acquired test in BDSM, dominatrix and other such deviations, this book is for you. Most likely, a genre for young women who want to “rediscover” themselves.
Don't Read it For:
Not for prudes, not for pure romantics who haven’t thought of the various possibilities that could happen.
What makes this book stand out?:
The book explores the vast dark world of discovering one’s own body through lust and pain.

The Hobbit and the Lord of the Rings

A long-drawn saga of conflict, betrayal and adventure for a powerful, mysterious and magical ring that gives immense power to those who wear it, the Men, the Dwarves and the Elves equally, but also corrupts them. The Ring of Sauron is all that sets Frodo and Bilbo Baggins on the long, arduous journey to fight on the right side.

Read it For:
Love battles, dragons, magic, warfare, creatures and the thrill they bring? Go ahead and read this classic for all the action and adrenaline that it packs within itself.
Don't Read it For:
If you are prone to easily losing the plot, this book may disappoint you.
What makes this book stand out?:
Intense and engrossing in every plot and sub-plot. Especially if you are keen on the thrills, you are going to love it.

The Cole Trilogy

The awe-inspiring and amazing story of Rob Cole, a young orphan from medieval England who loses his mother to the Bubonic Plague, travels all the way from England to Arabia and Persia in his quest to become a doctor and becomes the apprentice of none other than Avicenna, the famous surgeon from medieval Persia.

Read it For:
The unusual story that takes the protagonist all the way from England to Persia in the Middle Ages. A story of self-discovery in a time of upheaval against all the odds.
Don't Read it For:
Some parts may seem too far-fetched for the time it is set in. One may feel that a young man traveling all the way from England to Arabia/Persia sounds almost impossible.
What makes this book stand out?:
Experienced readers can vividly imagine the Medieval scenes of the death and destruction caused by the plague, the markets of the Middle East and the cultural and religious differences experienced by the protagonist.

Guardians Trilogy

Annika the Mermaid is in her quest to find the Stars. King Sawyer comes to the island of Capri along with his Guardians, where the Star is hidden. Will he be able to find the Stars while he is mesmerized by the amazing beauty and charm of Annika?

Read it For:
Pure child-like fantasy. If you enjoy reading this genre of books, go ahead and enjoy it all you can.
Don't Read it For:
If you want some sliver of sense even in a fantasy, keep moving on. The book will likely not be read by adults.
What makes this book stand out?:
Strangely written for adults, it resembles very much to children’s books.
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The Hunger Games

Katniss Everdeen who lives with her mother and sister in one of the districts surrounding the Capitol, has been chosen for the “Hunger Games” which is a Colosseum-like sick and twisted television program. She will have to fight other teenagers like her from the five other districts. Will she be able to survive this barbarism and brutality in a dystopian North America? Will she make any allies? What the does the future hold for Katniss Everdeen?

Read it For:
The plot constantly tries to project an imminent threat looming over the protagonist. There are parts where she just narrowly escapes death. This makes the book more exciting and a worthy read.
Don't Read it For:
If you think the plot is too much of fantasy that a teenage girl can fight in a dystopian future, let go of this book.
What makes this book stand out?:
It presents a dystopian future, unlike many other books that follow this genre.

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

The story of Harriet Vanger, whose sudden disappearance forty years back still haunts her uncle who hires an honest crusading scribe Mikael Blomkvist and a tattooed punk-like rebel Lisbeth Salander to find her whereabouts. Will they be able to succeed in their quest to find Harriet Vanger? Also, while they are at it, Lisbeth Salander hides a strong secret within her.

Read it For:
Revenge, mystery, and sex taken to another level.
Don't Read it For:
If you want to do away altogether with crime novels.
What makes this book stand out?:
Set in the Swedish background, an unlikely place for such a plot.

The Maze Runner

Thomas, the protagonist wakes up in an elevator with a completely wiped off memory and with other guys like him who don’t remember anything either. They are put in a massive maze where they must figure how to survive and escape this enormous trap.

Read it For:
Will keep you on the edge of your seat with the thrill of death looming over the protagonists all the time.
Don't Read it For:
If you are already introduced to a similar genre before of games and death.
What makes this book stand out?:
Tension inducing and thrill are evoking writing.

The Fifth Wave

Cassie is one of the few survivors of an alien invasion that took place in five waves that killed most of the people on the planet. Now she must escape from them who only look like humans, but are killing the survivors one by one. Will Cassie succeed in finding other survivors and forming a band of survivors?

Read it For:
A unique new twist to the sub-genre of an alien invasion in the sci-fi genre.
Don't Read it For:
If you want a straight Mars Attacks like action in this sub-genre.
What makes this book stand out?:
Very similar to Invasion of the Body Snatchers, yet unique in its execution.

Century Trilogy

An interesting look at four different scenarios at the turn of the century across the USA, Wales, Russia, and England, narrating the stories of five characters about their trials, tribulations and how they find a way in conflict.

Read it For:
The author intelligently attempts to show the face of the turn of the century.
Don't Read it For:
If you cannot keep with multiple storylines.
What makes this book stand out?:
The book tries to give a human face to the commonly read historical events.

Delirium

Based in an alternate timeline in the United States, the government has declared love as a disease and forcibly offers the Cure to those who are going to turn eighteen. Lena Holloway who lives in Maine with her uncle and aunt is eager to get cured and live a predictable life. However, she meets Alex, a boy of her age from the Wilds who is constantly scrutinized by the government. Will Lena fall in love?

Read it For:
Pink tinted science fiction if you want to try something new.
Don't Read it For:
If this genre is too lovey-dovey and mushy-mushy for you.
What makes this book stand out?:
A very feminine characteristic in the plot-line.

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