Six for Sunday: Favourite Series

This week in #SixforSunday – my favourite bookish meme, hosted by Steph from A Little But A Lot – we’re looking at favourite series. And I’m only allowed six. I don’t know what Steph thought she was playing at with this topic. Life is hard enough right now woman! Anyway, here are six of my favourite series. I expect none of them will come as a surprise to people who have been here before:

1. The Sin Eater’s Daughter trilogy by Melinda Salisbury. Anyone shocked to see this? No? I love Mel’s work, although I haven’t shouted about this particular one in a while.

2. Ink trilogy by Alice Broadway. I love Alice. I love these books. The worlds, the stories, the characters. All of it. The whole series is wonderful and I will never get enough of these.

3. Nevernight trilogy by Jay Kristoff. This trilogy is just wonderful. It’s so dark and stabby, filled with magic and betrayal and has one of the best narrators ever.

4. Beautiful Broken Things by Sarah Barnard. I live in hope that we’re going to get another book with these characters because I love Suzanne with my whole everything.

5. Viper by Bex Hogan. I bet you’re truly shocked to see this one. It is not currently a finished series but I guarantee whatever happens in book 3 is going to cement this as a favourite.

6. Chocolat by Joanne Harris. I’ve read and loved every book in this series so far, and I really hope there are more to come because I could never get enough of Vianne and co.

What series would make it to your list of favourites?

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