Ten Terrific Teen Trilogies

Teen Trilogies For You to Check Out

There is something so nice about a trilogy. You get to spend some time with the characters, but endings don’t drag out. There is an opportunity for a few cliffhangers, but you know the resolution is right around the corner. Trilogies are a staple in publishing, especially YA books. Below, we are highlighting ten great trilogies for you to read. All of them are completed and (at least so far) the series has stopped with three. This isn’t a ranking, more of a celebration of ten different flavors of trilogies to try. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Mark of the Thief trilogy by Jennifer A. Nielsen- I also loved Nielsen’s Ascendence series, but that one was a case of thinking it was a trilogy until she released book four. The Mark of the Thief series combines history, adventure, mythology and magic.
    Covers of Mark of the Thief Trilogy

 

 

  • Simon Snow trilogy by Rainbow Rowell- Rowell, the author of Eleanor and Park and Fangirl, takes on the chosen one trope in her amazing trilogy. This book is filled with magic, monsters, kissing, and finding out if you can be the one to save the world.
    Covers of Simon Snow Trilogy

 

 

  • Serpent & Dove trilogy by Shelby Mahurin - When a witch and a huntsman cross paths, they realize they might have more in common than they thought. Namely, their enemies. This fantasy romance series is full of intrigue and magic.
    Covers of Serpent & Dove Trilogy

 

 

  • Project Nemesis trilogy by Brendan Reichs- As the Anvil, an enormous asteroid, threatens to end all life on Earth, sixteen-year-old Min begins to uncover a lifetime of lies, a sinister conspiracy involving all students in her sophomore class in Fire Lake, Idaho in this sci-fi story.
    Covers of Project Nemesis Trilogy

 

 

  • Caraval trilogy by Stephanie Garber-A legendary competition. A mesmerizing romance. An unbreakable bond between two sisters. Another magical, fantastical trilogy, this time sprinkled with a little mystery, high stakes, and set while an intriguing and wondrous show is in town.
    Covers of Caraval Trilogy

 

 

  • Lara Jean trilogy by Jenny Han- So many of the series listed are adventure and fantasy, but don’t forget about realistic romance series. Jenny Han has such a way with writing engaging characters, cute scenes and great chemistry. This is an adorable series, and if you already read it, you should also check out her Summer series.
    Covers of lara Jean Trilogy

 

 

  • The Young Elites trilogy by Marie Lu- Adelina Amouteru survived the blood fever that swept her country years ago. But the disease didn’t just turn her hair white: she’s been left as a Young Elite with the power to create illusions. Enter Enzo Valenciano, a mysterious fellow magic-user who recruits Adelina to his secret society before she’s captured by the ruthless Inquisition Axis.
    Covers of Young Elites Trilogy

 

 

  • The Shadow of the Fox trilogy by Julie Kagawa- This Japanese mythology-inspired series is full of adventure and intrigue. Yumeko is half-kitsune, half-human, and all mischief. She’s been raised by monks in the Silent Winds temple – but when they’re killed, she’s forced to flee with a valuable ancient scroll. Coming after her is Kage, a samurai whose job is to retrieve the scroll at any cost.
    Covers of Shadow of the Fox Trilogy

 

 

 

 

  • Camelot Rising trilogy by Kiersten White- A fantasy series set in the world of Camelot where nothing is as magical and terrifying as a girl.Deadly jousts, duplicitous knights, and forbidden romances are nothing compared to the greatest threat of all: the girl with the long black hair, riding on horseback through the dark woods toward Arthur. Because when your whole existence is a lie, how can you trust even yourself? 
    Covers of Camelot Rising Trilogy
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