Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.
Top Ten Books (Series) Which Feature Characters Who Have "Special" Abilities
I focus a lot on contemporary YA on this blog because it's my favorite. But paranormal, supernatural, etc. can be really awesome. On a separate note, why are so many of these series? I don't know if I've ever read a stand alone supernatural/paranormal. Here are some of my favorites that feature a character that has abilities that are considered to be outside the norm.
Who doesn't love a good zombie book? I was attracted to this series because of the catchy title, but the series ended up being great.
This is my favorite in the series so far, but this series as a whole is just awesome. It was just a very strongly written book that is like nothing I expected. So good.
This book just blew me away, and it started my love of everything Maggie Stiefvater. It was achingly beautiful. I love the entire series, but this book was my favorite by far.
This was my favorite of the series, so I put it on the list. I adore this series, and although we are supposed to limit it to books, you should read them all if you haven't done so already.
No way could I pick a favorite Harry Potter book. They are all so amazing. I picked this one, if only because it was the first.
I don't know if I have a favorite in this series, so I'm going with the first one. It's just a good solid series, that I think about a lot. It would be awesome if many people had the ability of the female lead, it would make solving crimes a lot easier.
I can't wait for the next book in this series, I read it so long ago, but I have such fond memories of it. That being said, I wouldn't want to be a mediator.
I don't think this book suffered the middle book syndrome, and it was actually my favorite. I think I liked it because Sybella was my favorite character.
Another series where I can't pick a favorite, just another solid series. It was just engaging and kept me interested for the entire series.
This was definitely the best of the series, but as a whole, I enjoyed them all.