3 Popular Series That You Might Have Read :)

By Srinika

First of all, I want to start this post with credits to “Inefablesky” A Pinterest account for creating this cool chart of Popular series that you might have read. Here’s a link to their post: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/355643701845550242/ 

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Finally, let’s start reading what this chart actually has to offer us! I do want to warn you that, I will only be writing about the stories that I know or heard of because no book that I write should be based on a misconception. 

Harry Potter Series

The first one is Harry Potter, and this is a classic. I have heard about it, since very little, I watched the movies and I read half of the first book. I know the three main characters. My personal favorite is Hermione. I would personally give it a 4.5/10. No offense to the huge Harry Potter Fans! 

If you’ve never heard of it, or you’ve heard about it but you don’t know what it is. The Harry Potter series has 7 books each with different stories and different problems. It is a fantasy story for all ages. It is obviously based on witchcraft and wizardry.


Next Up, is The Hunger Games. 

The Hunger Games Series

The Hunger Games are 5 books, each book is the next episode of the first book. This book is about a fight and the main character rethinks her choice of how to weigh survival over love. 

Hunger Games is written by the American Author Suzane Collins. I also know a character named Katniss Everdeen. With all this information I give this book a 6.7/10 What can I say?! I am a tough judge to impress:)

Be ready for the School for Good and Evil 

The School For Good And Evil Series

This one is my favorite, I read the book and I watched the movie. I know how most people say, “the book is better than the movie” But I always disagree the movie is way better than the book. 

One of my favorite characters is Sophie. I love how she is determined, to get into the School of Good, but ends up in bad. And that’s not a bad thing, evil can be nice sometimes. I don’t really like Agatha, 

Agatha hooked onto Sophie while they were being taken to the School. If she hadn’t I wonder if Sophie could’ve had a change in the school she is going to. But a part of me tells me that Sophie still would have been evil. 

In the movie, we see that Agatha has black hair and Sophie has blonde hair and big blue eyes, like a princess. But in the book, Agatha has golden hair and Sophie has black hair, with black eyebrows. 

But in the end, Agatha gets married to Tedros and they rule Camelot together. But in the movie, Agatha separates from Tedros and they go back to their village. 

But the most shocking one was, Agatha and Sophie are twins in the book, while in the movie they are completely different people, but still are best friends. (I know this is too much to take in!) 

With that being said, I hope you loved this really short post, about all the books that you should read or already have read. If you haven’t I would highly recommend you to have it in your next year’s bucket list. SPeaking of next year’s bucket list, here is last year’s bucket list, for the 2023 New Year’s resolution: https://twinsparkle.com/crazy-and-cute-new-years-resolution-2023/ Have a nice day, and see you in my next post!

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