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Start a Series You’ll Love!

November 14, 2017
Janine Perez
Riveted Editorial Board
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If you’re anything like me, you’re someone who loves really diving into new worlds and characters. In my opinion, the most appealing thing about starting a new series is knowing that there’s so much to come and so much to learn. I love knowing that I’m going to have time to get to know and befriend all these characters I’m reading about on a level that only several books can provide. In honor of my love of series, here is a list of first books in a series that you will ABSOLUTELY LOVE!

This Mortal Coil by Emily Suvada

This Mortal Coil

In a world where humanity is on the verge of extinction thanks to the deadly Hydra virus, seventeen year old Cat, the daughter of the world’s greatest genetic hacker, must try to decode her late father’s cure before an evil corporation has a chance to get its hands on it. Her only ally is a handsome soldier named Cole, but despite their obvious attraction to each other, she isn’t sure if she can trust him.


 

The Becoming of Noah Shaw by Michelle Hodkin

the becoming of noah shaw

Noah Shaw and Mara Dyer, two tens with paranormal abilities, thought they had finally gotten their happily-ever-after, but truths are about to come to life that will upend their entire world. When the dust has settled, will they emerge together or apart?


 

The Last Magician by Lisa Maxwell

TheLastMagician

Esta, a talented thief with an affinity for magic, must travel back in time to find a mysterious book that can save the future of all the magicians.


 The Diabolic by S.J. Kincaid

TheDiabolic

Nemesis was designed to protect her human, Sidonia, at all costs. She is the world’s most perfect killing machine. Now, in order to save Sidonia’s life, she must pretend to be her. But that means the universe’s greatest threat is now masquerading around the empire’s capital as a helpless Senator’s daughter. Truths will be revealed, evil people will be outed, and love will be found.


 

Strange Fire by Tommy Wallach

StrangeFire

The world as we know it has ended and the survivors have separated into two main groups–those who shun technology because of all it has destroyed, and those who believe that properly utilizing technology is the key to rebuilding the world. When these two groups cross each other, we’ll learn if humanity can ever avoid war.


 

Zero Repeat Forever By G.S. Prendergast

ZeroRepeatForever

The Nahx have invaded and everyone Raven knows is gone. Now, her only hope for survival lies within an unexplainable connection she has with a rogue Nahx who cannot speak and has no name–only a number, Eight.


 Last Star Burning by Caitlin Sanger

Last Star Burning

Seventeen-year-old Sev is paying for her mother’s traitorous actions. Branded with the mark of a criminal, forced to perform hard labor, and cursed with seeing her mother’s body displayed above Traitor’s Arch every day (paralyzed in half sleep by the same plague that destroyed the rest of the world), Sev is reminded every day of the severity of her mother’s actions. But now her town, a once safe placehidden away from the wars raging in the outside world, is under attack. When the government blames Sev, she must escape with the help of an unlikely ally named Howl. But even as he manages to save her life by smuggling her out of the city, because she isn’t sure if the place he’s bringing her is better or worse than the place she’s escaping. Can Howl be trusted?

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