Day three--halfway through already!!
Hop on your bike and stop by Rebekah's blog then continue traveling through all of the other lovely book bloggers. Better have a heavy-duty bicycle, cause I'm fairly certain your TBR list is going to be towering! Especially because today is series day... that means if everyone else is like me, I'm not recommending five books but five series which, in my case, is seventeen books!! :o
Viking Quest Series by Lois Walfrid JohnsonI'll start with a series for the kids. Out of all of Johnsons' series (which, I do recommend them all, but that would be stretching the rules of "five favorites" just a little, but just so you have it, look up her Riverboat/Freedom Seekers series and Northwoods Series), this is the most kid-friendly. The other two series have a little more boy/girl stuff in them, but this one saved it until the last book, and even then, felt wholly acceptable.
These also happen to be the latest Johnson series that I've read so it's freshest on my mind AND I have reviews of them on Goodreads.
Add to your Goodreads list here | Read my review of the entire series here | Individual reviews for book 1, book 2, book 3, book 4, book 5
Culper Ring Series by Roseanna White
The Culper Ring highly fascinated me. I do just like Roseanna White, I'll admit. Some of these I liked more than others (book one is probably my favorite... I mean... Winter!!!). You can read my individual reviews on Goodreads.
Time of Grace by Alicia Ruggieri
Have you ever read a series where all you could think was, "This was just the most sweet series ever?" That's this series. Heart-aches and pain throb through the pages, but never without the hope of God's grace.
Ancient Words by A.M. Heath
This series. If you like the War Between the States era, put these on your list. And even if you don't, still put them on your list. ;) Clean and historically accurate, these definitely belong on my top-five favorites list.
Serena Jones by Sandra Orchard
I'm still trying to figure out why I like this series so much. ;) There are a few elements that I usually don't like (love triangles and not the most well-written for two), but they are just the kick-back-and-relax-and-read books. With a good bit of humor to boot.
Now for the fun part:
What are some of your favorite book series?
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