Best book trilogy ?
The hunger games
Have you read the Red Rising Series by Pierce Brown? It is like an adult version of Hungers Games…in Space. I loved Hunger Games …not my usual read, but got me to into dystopian… Anyway, Red Rising is a triology…BUT, the first book in the next trilogy comes out next month…continuing the story.
It is! ? I call it a Hunger Games/Star Wars combo. And I’m not a big fan of sci-fi or Star Wars…but I love this!!!
@Cathy me either put defiantly added it to my tbr
Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor
Nine Minutes by @Beth Breathing series by Rebecca Donovan
Oh yes the breathing series was great
Not sure if this will be a trilogy, but amazing series so far. The Farseer by Robyn Hobb trilogy is just as good. And Bernard Cornwell has a Merlin trilogy, one of my favorites he’s an amazing story teller.
I loved this book. I bought it years ago. Supposedly he had all three books written so wouldn’t have to wait very long for books 2 and 3 to come out. Still waiting for the third book. the Farseer trilogy is great! There are more series connected to it.
Red Rising series by Pierce Brown
Lord of the Rings
Into the guns. William C. Dietz
The Hunger Games is my favorite. I have read it 3 times and I never re-read books ever.
If you want to take it up a step…check out Red Rising by Pierce Brown…
The Languedoc Trilogy by Kate Mosse, I love this!! Highly recommended if you’re into crusades and Knights Templar.
I agree. Fantastic books
So glad you agree ?.
Night Angel, by Brent Weeks.
The Lord of The Rings is a far superior tale, but it is not a trilogy. It is one story that was forced into three volumes due to cost (namely, post war paper shortage). Tolkien adamantly asserted from its inception to his death that it is one work split into volumes, and not a trilogy.. His original publisher even asserted that he (Tolkien) mused that it was more a duology, with The Silmarillion acting as a prologue. Otherwise it would be the clear choice.
King killer chronicles
Millennium trilogy, Hunger Games and Discovery of Witches.
In the Garden trilogy by Nora Roberts
Broken. J.L Drake
Shattered Sea by Joe Abercrombie!
The Legend series and The Young Elites by Marie Lu.. aaaand Firebird series! I forgot the name of the author lol
I liked the first book, but omg I had the hardest time with the last two, I barely made it through the last book. I wanted to like them so much. I liked the movies better though. I don’t know why I struggled with them so much.
I’m kinda the same. I started the second book and it’s taking me so long to even just sit down and read it. I love the movies too
@Katie have you read the hunger games. I loved those
No but seen the movies
I like romance and ya and dramas
Ok cool I’ll check it out
The books are super worth reading.
The Queen of the Tearling or A Court of Thorns and Roses
for me her collection is perfect I keep returning to her books
Behind the throne by k.b. Wagers. Fabulous….
Thoughtless series from S.C. Stephens
Carlos Ruiz Zafron -Shadow in the wind.
Pillars of the earth Ken Follett
The Shiva Triology by Amish Tripathy
Judith Kerr – One Family’s Story (When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit,1971 The Other Way Round and A Small Person Far Away). London: Collins, 1995. or The Country Girls Trilogy by Edna O’Brien (The Country Girls,1960 Girl with Green Eyes, Girls In Their Married Bliss, 1964).
The Judith Kerr trilogy I read over and over when I was a kid!
The All Souls Trilogy
The Millennium Trilogy by Stieg Larsson
The Farseer trilogy by Robin Hobb. All of her work is incredible but this is the one to start with.
The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer
Chaos Walking Trilogy by Patrick Ness
The Broken Earth series, seriously go check it out.
I’d go with lord of the rings although I not read any of them but I’ve seen the movies although I have to say I prefer the pre sequels to the original movies I’d say most people would say lord of the rings but I think it depends in what you’ve read I can’t really say but I’d go for lord of the rings
Lord of the Rings bored me to death.
Slammed trio by Colleen Hoover ♡♡♡
Child 44 trilogy by Tom Rob Smith – others Secret Speech and Agent 6. I read the three books one after the other as I was shocked by the story of Stalin’s KGB.
The Belgariad by David Eddings.
The Underworld Trilogy, by James Ellroy or else The Border Trilogy, by Cormac McCarthy.
Lord of the rings Trilogy
Millenium, Hunger Games, and Greg Iles’ Penn Cage series – Natchez Burning, The Bone Tree and Mississippi Blood
LOTR JRR TOLKEIN
Natchez Burning trilogy by Greg Iles
Mutiny on the Bounty
This one is gem from India. The Shiva triology by Amish Triparti.
A Voice in the Wind – trilogy by Francine Rivers. Amazing!!!!! You will love
Black dagger brotherhood
It’s more than 3 but I agree
Book of Phoenix by Kristie Cook.
Frank Herbert’s original Dune trilolgy for SF/F fans
Fifty shades obviously ??????
Gentry Brothers SERIES by Cora Brent Gallos series by Chelle Blelles Tall and Tattooed awesome series by Tammy Faulkner
In The Garden Trilogy By Nora Roberts
Sue Harrison the Ivory Carver trilogy
All Souls Trilogy by Deborah Harkness. Awesome reading!
I agree 100% with you
The Daughter of Smoke & Bone by Laini Taylor
Does it get any better? I can’t even finish the first few chapters.
It’s my absolute favorite series! The overall storyline is so unique but you really have to read all three to fully appreciate it
I just recently read it! So good!!!
The Infernal Devices!
The Millenium original trilogy by Stieg Larsson and Lord of the Rings by Tolkien.
Brandon Sanderson’s Mistborn
Anne Bishop’s The Dark Jewels Trilogy.
Pat Barker First World War trilogy ?
I have the first and 2nd book…waiting to get 3.
The third is absolutely amazing … Its my fav of the three
John Jakes’ ‘North and South’, ‘Love and War’ and ‘Heaven and Hell’.
The girl with the dragon tattoo series!
The Shiva trilogy by Amish Tripathi also In The Garden trilogy by Nora Roberts.
Bill Hodges trilogy (Stephen king)
Never read this triilogy was it good?
Peter Straub, The Blue Rose trilogy.
THE PASSAGE Justin Cronin (+The Twelve & City of Mirrors) So surprisingly great.
The Lord of the Rings
Mr. Mercedes Stephen King
Never herd of it. Is it a trilogy?
The Discovery of Witches. Loved it and did not want it to end.
The North and South series by John Jakes.
MaddAddam Series. Which I just found out is being adapted for HBO. I thought this series was way too messed up to ever be brought to the screen but I guess we’ll see!
Messed up in what kind of way?
All sorts of ways honestly. But the reason I thought it would never be adapted was because there are flashbacks to when the main character was a teen. He and his friend casually watch child and snuff porn, basically all the nastiness the internet has to offer. It’s dystopian so I think it’s trying to illustrate how desensitized everyone has become.
Sharon Kay Penman’s 1183-1232 “Here Be Dragons” (Vol 1 of Welsh Trilogy); 1231-1267 “Falls The Shadow” (Vol 2 of Welsh Trilogy); 1271-1283 “The Reckoning” (Vol 3 of Welsh Trilogy) 100 Years of good reading!
Lord of the Rings. DUH LOL
Tales of the Black Company by Glenn Cook.
I know it’s more than 3 books. Not sorry.
Was it good?
Looking Glass Wars by @Frank
Easy Anne of green gables
Dream a little dream by Kerstin Gier
Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson
A Court of Thorns and Roses
Ursula LeGuin’s Earth Sea.
I am reading the century trilology by Ken Follett, and finding it enjoyable
Lord of the rings
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