Best Book Series Started In 2021 | Duology and Trilogy Book Series
Series offer a unique change for booklovers – they give satisfaction piecemeal, one step at a time. The wait for the new book, the excitement to delve into it, the happiness and contentment on receiving and reading it and even the sadness when it gets over – it is truly a peerless experience. So, today I’ve compiled a list of the best book series started in 2021, just for you. The series listed below are among best duology and trilogy book series started in 2021.
Best Book Series Started In 2021 | Duology and Trilogy Book Series:
The Poison Heart by Kalynn Bayron
Author of fantasy series ‘The Six Points of Dark’ and ‘Cinderella is Dead’ has come out with her first book in the new series. This introduction to ‘The Poison Heart’ series follows our protagonist Briseis who has a unique and magical gift – she can cause seeds to blossom with her touch. Briseis also inherits an estate in New York, full of sinister secrets. A friendship reveals to Bri that there is more to her estate than she can imagine. Poisonous plants, deadly curses and dangerous elixirs threaten her family, and she must redeem them all with her gift.
The Jasmine Throne by Tasha Suri
Tasha Suri’s newest fantasy series is steeped in Indian culture, history and mythology. It follows Malini, a princess whose brother has imprisoned her in Hirana and Priya, a maidservant who cleans Malini’s room and harbours a dangerous secret. But when Malini discovers this secret, the vengeance seeking princess and priestess-turned-servant must collide to achieve their goal.
The Gilded Ones by Namina Forna
In this first book in the Deathless series, Forma tells the story of 16 year old Deka, who has intuitive powers. In this book, Deka deals with the horrendous consequences that result from her blood ceremony, where her blood runs gold instead of red, forever marking her as impure. So she decides toe scape her terrible fate in the village and join the emperor’s army instead, where many girls like her serve as Alaki.
Witches Steeped in Gold by Ciannon Smart
The first book in Smart’s series tells the story of an unlikely alliance between two girls with different motives but the same journey. Iraya is taken hostage and wants to break free, and Jazmyne doesn’t want to sacrifice her life for her cruel mother like her sister did. So they devise a plan that helps both of them achieve their desires.
Empire of the Vampire by Jay Kristoff
This illustrated volume of an urban-christian fantasy book takes place in a world where vampires rule the world, and humanity is captive. Daylight does not exist anymore, and Gabriel de Leon is a silversaint, the member of a secret brotherhood who try but fail to take out the vampires. He recounts the legendary story, fraught with danger, excitement, failure and success while talking about humanity’s last hope – the holy grail.
Son of the Storm by Suyi Davies Okungbowa
This is the first book in the Nameless Republic series and tells the story of Danso. Danso lives in Basso, and is on the cusp of excellence but is interested instead in what lies beyond the city walls. All immigrants have an oath of secrecy, his family and friends wont tell him, and there are no archives But finally he discovers a man who wieds a magic he has never seen before – and the man might just be the clue to the city’s forbidden secret.
The Empire’s Ruin by Brian Staveley
This introduction to the epic fantasy series Empire of the Unhewn marks a new voice in the genre. In a dwindling kingdom, the a member of the elite soldier troupe Kettral, Gwenna Sharp has a quest. She must reach the place of the warhawks, crossing dangerous monk-cum-conman and evil forces ganging up against her kingdom.
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