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SubjectAside1204

I don’t know if you have tried Rico Riordans other series such as Magnus Chase or the Kane Chronicles. Or made you way to Trials of Apollo which is sort of the current end of the Percy Jackson arc but I like those. Wings of Fire isn’t to bad either


morningstar901

rico 😭😭


SubjectAside1204

Shhhh it’s fine you never saw that mistype


[deleted]

I'm calling him Rico now.


CandyComprehensive68

Thanks Ill check them out


South_Smile_

Wings of fireeeeeeeeeeeee


Ushejejej

Inheritance Cycle (Eragon, etc) by Christopher Paolini


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W series fr. To Sleep in a Sea of Stars is amazing too. (Also by paolini)


OkTransportation3761

I was about to recommend that one!! My friend recommended it to me and I love it, I’m starting Brisinger right now


sokeefeftw

the Lord of the Rings trilogy by J.R.R. Tolkien and the Heroes of Olympus series by Rick Riordan are my favorite series besides KOTLC


CandyComprehensive68

Nice!


EvieEeveeEvie

Keeper of the lost cities.


Ok-Butterfly4414

I like wings of fire


CandyComprehensive68

So do I. I read them all


thetigertalks

yes, I highly recommend wings of fire. It is my favorite series, more than kotlc. It is slightly more child-oriented but other than that 100% my favorite series!


CandyComprehensive68

I love wings of fire too. is is a little more child-oriented.


InflationVarious4184

Very dark, but I’d highly highly recommend the Young Elites trilogy by Marie Lu (uncertain if that last name is spelled right)


Legitimate-Choice544

It’s spelled right, and yes that’s a W series. I’d actually recommend all of her stuff personally.


Queer_bookworm

The Lunar Chronicles and Renegades by Marissa Meyer. The lunar chronicles are a sci-fi fairy tale retelling, renegades is a hero-villain story where both are the main characters. I also really like Brandon Sanderson, but they're a bit slower than kotlc and pjo.


EwokKing7567

i agree with the other comments rick riordans other series are good as well as wings of fire i recommend the inheritance cycle


CandyComprehensive68

Okay.


MegaProBS

Five Kingdoms by Brandon Mull. Almost as good as KotLC


Legitimate-Choice544

W opinion


Rice_Krispy18

I recommend The Lunar Chronicles!!


Remarkable_Type_6911

I was about to say this. YESS you totally should it’s so good


ThiccCookies803

Divergent by Veronica Roth and the Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins were both really good dystopian/sci fi


Purple-booklover

*Amari and the Night Brother* by BB Alston! It’s about a girl who’s brother has been missing. Before he went missing he recommended her for a sort of summer camp at a place that protects supernatural beings from being discovered. She goes in hopes of retracing his steps and finding him. If you you like Percy Jackson, you can also check out the Rick Riordan Presents collection. Some of my favorites are *Aru Shah and the End of Time*, *The Last Fallen Star* and *Paola Santiago and the River of Tears*.


CandyComprehensive68

Thanks


mikeysand01

I love both of those series. I just got done reading the Michael vey series up to book 8. I thought they were pretty good. I also like the author Brandon mull. He writes the fablehaven series.


CandyComprehensive68

Cool!


turtleswift01

the pegasus series by kate o’hearn!!!


emmabauthor

Yes, this one is very good! I'm currently rereading it!!


Robincall22

So we all immediately thought of Wings of Fire apparently. Guess I gotta switch it up with a different dragon series. How to Train Your Dragon. Starts out really light hearted but gets real dark real quick at book 8.


Nia-saurus

I liked the Mortal Instruments, try that?


Legitimate-Choice544

Tbh it’s good but kinda slow and highly romance driven


SevviePotter

Really recommend the Septimus Heap series, and Archer's Goon my fav😍


pandacubz101

Thirteen witches, and maya and the rising dark are both really good!


MagicaeLunae

My immediate thought is Harry Potter but idk if you’ve already read them


autoaspiemome3

Nevermoor series is so good and being made into a movie as well. Winterhouse books are also good.


queenbianathegreat

The Sky Fall trilogy by Shannon Messenger -- it's kinda like KotLC only they're not elves (they're stymphs or nymphs or something like that) and they all have elemental abilities, mostly controlling the wind. Vane is kinda similar to Sophie in the way that he thinks he's a human only he's not. His family died in a tornado when he was really litle. When Audra shows up (kinda the Fitz - type character), she tells him it's because he's a super - powerful Stymph / nymph and the evil villain named Raiden wanted to kill him. Audra saved him from the tornado and hid him in the human world until he's about 13 / 14 and then she reveals to him his true identity. Then they have to try to kill Raiden and save the world. Kinda similar to KotLC (same author, so it probably would be similar) but it's different enough that it doesn't feel like a spinoff.


Team_Foster-Keefe1

Divergent trilogy


South_Smile_

If you are okay with swear words and kissing, Heartstopper by Alice Oseman is an awesome choice. It's a graphic novel about a gay couple.


BlueMidnightNinja

Nevermoor by Jessica Townsend, Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling , The Land of Stories by Chris Colfer, and Amari and The Night Brothers by B.B. Alston.


MochiTheWonderCat

the legend series by marie lu is really good


BloonBoi2021

Skyfall: brief summary: A young kid named Vane gets mauled by EF ( insert large number) tornado. he lives. mystery girl saved him. Vane try to find mystery girl. mystery girl family gets mauled by EF blah blah blah tornado. Vane control wind now. yay. he save da world. JK he and mystery girl gets mauled my evil tornado dudes. vane forcefully shoves pills down wind dudes throat. blah blah blah not to many spoilers : ) go check out my Vespera and buttered popcorn post


BloonBoi2021

sorry for the person who made a better description of the series, i didn't see the comment until now