Favourite Book 1 In A Series || #SixFor Sunday

Hello friends,

I am here to talk about some of the best first books in a series. Today is a #SixforSunday prompt hosted by A Little But A Lot. This is a list of six of the first books in series, though I may not have finished all these series.

1. The Perfect Assassin

This one was fantastic! An asexual, shy assassin has to go on a murder mystery hunt to discover who is killing people, because it sure wasn’t the assassins.

2. The Lies of Locke Lamora

I mean, I will forever scream about my love for this book. A gang of conmen and thieves end up in some sticky situations because of some very ambitious conning.

3. Havemercy

Mechanical dragons, magic, war, and so many emotions are thrown into this story. Following 4 different characters and how their very different stories come together when a cities magical, mechanical dragons begin to falter.

4. Nicholas St. North and the Battle of the Nightmare King

Ever wondered where Santa Claus came from? Well, this is the story for you. It is whimsical and funny and so, so sweet.

5. A Place Called Perfect

A young girl moves into a new town with her family. She never wanted to move and now she needs to wear glasses or else she will go blind. She soon discovers that something very, very bad is happening in this town.

6. Darien

Darien is about a whole number of people whose stories overlap. There is a military man trying to gain power, a hunter who just wants to save his family (but may also have some special powers), a young girl looking for revenge, and a man looking for money and magical items. There is a whole lot that happens in this book and there are so, so many questions.

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