Four Young Adult Fantasy Trilogies to Read

Fantasy often comes in series, especially trilogies. That seems even more so in young adult. I’ve pulled together 4 of my favorite young adult fantasy trilogies for you to check out. Not into YA? Check out my post on fantasy trilogies to read!
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Four Young Adult Fantasy Trilogies

*I’ve linked to the first book in the series*

Court of Fives by Kate Elliott: Kate Elliott is able to create worlds that feel real, no matter what the setting. This series follows a girl stuck between common and Patron classes, all while running in an obstacle course that is a favorite of both classes. But she is pulled into a war that is on the brink between the classes. What side is she going to fall on? How will it effect her family and friends? Those are the main themes throughout the series. You can read my review of the first two books here. Note, the final book is coming out at the end of July.

Grisha trilogy by Leigh Bardugo:  A mousy girl ends up having a power that could save the nation from something or if she succumbs to the bad dude she will become the queen of a tyrant. Or his puppet. Note that there is an annoying love triangle, but the plot pulls through along with the setting. You can read my review of the first book here. I still need to read the last book in this trilogy, but I doubt it will disappoint.

Graceling Realm by Kristin Cashore: These books have beautiful plot lines and a world that you can dive into. Relationships play a large role in these books as well as the choices that are available to women. In all three there are plots to take down the leaders of the nation. The main characters in each have a vital role to play throughout.

The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins: I think this is a series that everyone should read. Yes, the movies are good, but the books go deeper. While it is certainly dark, it explores so many  things like friendship, politics, tyranny, and even mental health.

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Do you have any young adult fantasy trilogies that you love?


12 thoughts on “Four Young Adult Fantasy Trilogies to Read

  1. Christine Everyday

    It’s so funny that you posted this today, because I basically posted the same kind of thing! The only one I’ve heard of on this list is The Hunger Games so I’ll definitely have to check out some more of them. 🙂

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