25 Hyped Series for Sci-Fi and Fantasy Bookdragons Everywhere

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When I first got back into reading I felt so behind compared to everyone else. I followed several amazing book bloggers who quickly pointed me towards some of their favorite series. In the hope that this list is helpful to someone else who feels like they just want to start somewhere, here is my top 25 YA Sci-Fi and Fantasy books that basically everyone loves.

Add them to your Goodreads and get reading!

1. Throne of Glass


2. A Court of Thorns and Roses


3. Shadowhunters: The Infernal Devices, The Mortal Instruments, The Dark Artifices


4. The Raven Cycle

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5. Red Queen

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6. The Lunar Chronicles

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7. An Ember in the Ashes

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8. The Selection

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9. The Winner’s Trilogy

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10. Shades of Magic

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11. The 5th Wave

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12. The Wrath and the Dawn

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13. Red Rising

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14. Six of Crows

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15. The Witchlands

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16. The Young Elites

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17. The Red Queen’s War

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18. The Other’s Series

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19. The Mistborn Series

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20. The Orphan Queen

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21. Snow Like Ashes

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22. The Illuminae Files

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23. A Thousand Pieces Of You

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24. Air Awakens

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25. Wolf by Wolf

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Have you read any of these series? If you have, which is your favorite? If you haven’t, which do you think you’ll run a get first?

I love chatting with you!

Keep Reading and Keep Writing,

❤ Nicolette

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17 thoughts on “25 Hyped Series for Sci-Fi and Fantasy Bookdragons Everywhere

  1. Everyone seems to love the Winner’s trilogy, so I really want to go on the hunt for a book box or something. Also, Wolf by Wolf is so underrated! I keep telling everyone to read it (despite the teeeeeerrible German). I haven’t read all of the series, but quite a lot, so I can only agree on the most part haha

    1. The Winner’s Trilogy is so lush. I love Rutowski’s writing style and the star-crossed lovers thing is one of my biggest weaknesses. Two people who come from different worlds who shouldn’t be together? Yeah, sign me up!

      1. For the Winner’s trio I felt really connected to the forbidden nature of it. Being Hispanic there is this stigma that comes with marrying anyone outside of my ethnicity. I still get flak for it, even 10 years later, but I think it’s really just demonstrative of the tension that still exists within my ethnic background.

      2. Oh wow, so you can REALLY relate. It makes me sad to hear that that’s still a stigma though. Especially since you and your hubby are like the most adorable couple!

      3. Lol, yeah I can! And I think we are just a pair of goofballs most times, lol, so thank you for the compliment! 😊

        The stigma is definitely sad but I think raising awareness and actively discussing the problems these stigmas create is part of a good foot forward towards progress.

        I don’t like to dwell on it much or really talk about it often bc it does make me sad, but I’ve come to realize that if even just one person saw how these viewpoints affect real people then perhaps they’ll reevaluate why they hold the views that they do.

      4. Raising awareness helps in most cases, so I am all there with you! I just always think that we have progressed as a society, just to be proven wrong by examples how backwards thinking some people still are. Tiny steps though, tiny steps!

    1. Red Rising is pure genius! I’m actually doing a reread right now and it’s as epic again as it was the first time. I’m doing the audiobook this time around and the narrator has this wonderful Irish accent and it’s just pure perfection!

      I adored SoC! The whole heist thing in a fantasy novel really made that storyline stand apart for me!

    2. Hey Lucia,

      Idk what I’m doing wrong, I saw your Review of the RR comic and I tried to comment the other day. I tried again and I don’t know what I’m doing wrong. The comment box isn’t showing up for me.

      Either way, I wanted to say that I’m looking forward to picking up the comic, the pictures look amazing.

      1. Hi Nicolette, I think it was some sort of glitch. I noticed it too when I wanted to reply to some comments. It happened couple of times in past two weeks, sometimes it works sometimes it does not :/ I probably need to contact supplier.

        Either way, RR graphic novel is definitely a must read for all fans of Red Rising saga 🙂

  2. Ooh hyped books are always tough ones! I’ve already read a few of the books you listed, some which I hated (Throne of Glass–but the series gets so good as it goes on, Red Queen, The Selection, The 5th Wave), some which I thought were meh/just fine (The Raven Boys, The Wrath and the Dawn, The Young Elites, Air Awakens), and some that I loooooved (ACoTaR, Clockwork Angel–but I didn’t and will never finish this series for personal reasons, Cinder, The Winner’s Curse, Six of Crows, Snow Like Ashes). The others are on my TBR as well.

    I HIGHLY recommend starting with Cinder (if you like something that isn’t that dark), or Six of Crows (darker). ❤

    – Aimee @ Aimee, Always

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