So to the topic for this week is Top Ten Best/Worst Series Endings.
Okay this is really hard for many reasons. For one there are many series I still need to finish (that have already concluded) and two the best part is really hard so instead of 5 I only chose 3. The worst part was rather easy though (because my life is full of big fat disappointments). This list is in no particular order.
Best Series Endings
Specials by Scott Westerfeld: Unlike a lot of people who didn't like this book as much (Team Zane :P), I loved this. The ending, while it wasn't my ideal ending, was perfect. There IS a book after this but it's an Extra (like it's title) so it doesn't really count.
Troubling a Star by Madeline L'Engle: This book was perfect. I don't have words for it but it ended perfectly, albeit it left you with questions (about Adam and Vicky,) but it was still perfect.
Shadowfever by Karen Marie Moning: This series was amazing, like anyone else out there will tell you and it ended on the best note, it wrapped up the series and everything tied in.
Worst Series Endings
Clockwork Princess by Cassandra Clare: Ha. She took the easy way out there is no excuse for that. Plus the main character, Tessa, was a complete air head (that's kind of harsh :P). Always butting in.
Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins: Forget the ending, the entire book was a disappointment. Katniss became a lousy puppet and lead everyone on and was a big fat hypocrite.
Inkdeath by Cornelia Funke: Ugh. I read this back in 8th grade but it was extremely disappointing. Meg (I think that was her name) became a whiny shell of a character and spend too much time obsessing over Farid. But I actually liked Farid.
Timekeeper by Alexandra Monir: One of my most awaited sequels and it turned out to be shit. I was just heartbroken by how it turned out. She had 2 years to write it yet it was awful. It felt incomplete and it didn't have the beauty of the first book.
Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling: I am the only one in the world who felt disappointed by Deathly Hallows. I needed something more out of the ending. I didn't want the cheesy epilogue. I didn't want so many people to die.