What are some of the best trilogies out there (in your opinion)?

The Stoneheart trilogy by Charlie Fletcher = This trilogy follows 12 year old George Chapman as he learns that the city of London is more than meets the eye. There are many lives and many layers, more than he could possibly imagine. (This trilogy includes “Stoneheart”, “Ironhand” and “Silvertongue” in that order.)

The Wolves of Mercy Falls trilogy by Maggie Stiefvater = The trilogy mostly follows characters Grace Brisbane and Sam Roth as they try to figure out how to keep the peace between the humans and the werewolves/wolves after a local school boy is attacked. (This trilogy includes “Shiver”, “Linger” and “Forever” in that order.)

Scary Stories trilogy by Alan Schwartz = I first read this trilogy back in 7th grade but I re-read it again a couple of years ago when I heard they were making a movie based off some of the stories from this. This might be a fun read with your kids if your kids are easily scared. (This trilogy includes “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark”, “More Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark” and “Scary Stories 3: More Tales to Chill Your Bones” in that order.)

Asylum trilogy by Madeleine Roux = This is actually a pretty scary for young adult horror. There were lots of twists and turns. It will keep you on the end of your seat (or it did me) and you may have to read this with the lights on. (This trilogy includes “Asylum”, “Sanctum” and “Catacomb” in that order.)