If you have time between classes to read books that you actually want to read, there are plenty of series that you can pick from. There's no need to waste hours looking through the bookstore when there's a list right here for you to read. No matter what genre you're interested in, you should be able to find something that captures your interest. Here are a few book series for college students that you should start reading right away:
1. Black Dagger Brotherhood by J.P. Ward
This is a series of paranormal romance books. It's about a society of vampire warriors who are trying to keep their race alive. Their main opponent? De-souled humans, which are referred to as "lessers."
2. Bride Quartet by Nora Roberts
If you spend hours on Pinterest planning your future wedding, then you're going to love this book series. It's about four friends who are trying to build a wedding planning company. Even though it sounds like a purely romantic novel, there are a lot of other themes throughout it, which will make you keep turning the pages until you're completely finished.
3. The Dark Tower by Stephen King
If you can't decide which genre you'd like to read, then you can just read them all at once. This series, by the great Stephen King, is considered fantasy, science fantasy, horror, and Western. That means that it has a little bit of everything. There are eight books so far, which means there are a lot of different storylines, but the book is generally about "a haunting figure who embodies the qualities of the lone hero through the ages."
4. Michael Bennett by James Patterson
James Patterson is the master of creating thrilling novels that'll keep you guessing. The first one in this series is about a group of armed men who lock themselves inside of a church with powerful people, such as politicians, actors, and athletes. Michael Bennett is the police officer in charge of negotiating with the criminals, even though he's dealing with enough stress at home.
5. Sookie Stackhouse by Charlaine Harris
Do you like the show True Blood? Then you should read the novels that inspired the famous television show. They're all about a cocktail waitress who can read minds and makes friends with vampires.
6. Stephanie Plum by Janet Avanovich
Stephanie used to be a lingerie buyer for a department store. Now, she's unemployed and needs money fast. In order to get it, she resorts to asking her cousin for a job. Even though she has no experience, she ends up becoming a bounty hunter who has to go after an alleged murderer--one who she once slept with.
7. A Song of Fire and Ice by George R.R. Martin
It doesn't matter if you've seen Game of Thrones or not, because you have to give the book series a try. After all, they've become so popular for a reason. As long as you know not to get too attached to your favorite characters, you should enjoy reading the story about knights, kingdoms, love, and hate.
If you read one of these stories, you'll never have to worry about picking out a novel to read next, because they'll always be another book in the series. What's your favorite book series of all time?