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I agree that there is a fair amount of language in this series, and two of the main characters do end up having sex in one of the later books, although it is not graphically described or anything, but it is very clear that it happens.
When I was 11 and 12 I devoured all of the Redwall books, definitely second that suggestion! Another suggestion: I never really got into them but all my friends loved the Warriors series by Erin Hunter!
The Akarnae series by Lynette Noni is also an excellent clean series, with the last book being released feb 2019. Rangers Apprentice by John Flanagan is also amazing and clean. The Whisper series by Lynette Noni is also terrific and clean, with more books being released later.
The Blackhope enigma books by Teresa flavin.The peculiar series by Ransom Riggs.The midnighters by Scott Westerfield.Lock and Mori by Heather Petty is a good one, and an interesting take on Sherlock Holmes.Abarat by Clive Barker is cool, as well as his book Thief of Always.
Checkout The Gateway Chronicles series by K.B. Hoyle. There are 6 books in this series. The author was heavily influenced by C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien and many others. There is a some violence and romance (kissing & feelings of love). I would recommend it for YA readers as the themes could be a little too intense for tweens. K.B. Hoyle also has another series out, The Breeder Cycle, but I have yet to read those.
My favorite this year has to be, new author, Sylvia Mercedes.The Venatrix Chronicles (total of 7 books in series). Handful of profanities in each book. Some books are a bit more violent and graphic than the others in regards to the war going on. Homosexual relationship hinted at in book 2 (if this bothers you, NO details).
A couple more:The Subtle Beauty by Ann Hunter (7 books in the series) I can vouch for book 1.A Medieval Fairy Tale by Melanie Dickerson (3 books in the series)Hagenheim by Melanie Dickerson (11 books in the series) I can vouch for books 1-9
Michelle Griep booksCalifornia Historical series by Cathy Marie Hake (2 books in the series)Only in Gooding series by Cathy Marie Hake (5 books in the series)Jennifer Moore booksA Rumored Forturne by Joanna Davidson PolitanoLady Jayne Disappears by Joanna Davidson PolitanoSecond Chance Cinderella by Carla CapshawLegacy of Love Series by Melanie Dobson (6 books in the series) I can vouch for book 1The King Raven Trilogy by Stephen LawheadThe ChristKeepers by Grace Walton (3 books in the series) I can vouch for book 1
Thank you very much for creating this website. I am a reader for 13 years and counting. I am now a big fan of the bookseriesrecaps! I am very particular in what I read and I really want to read good books that are wholesome and free from explicit contents. More power and God bless.
Thank you so much for this website. I have been desperate for something new to read that I know is clean and those has been a lifeline. I will is also like to suggest the Rithmatist by Brandon Sanderson (with a sequel due sometime) and the Skyward series also by Brandon Sanderson. (probably another book coming too) They are both clean books with mild language that were really good.
I highly recommend the Keeper of the Lost Cities series! I have recently read all of the books that have been released (Up to book 8, Legacy) and they are all clean. I believe there will be two more books in the series that have not been released yet.
Two things:1) We review books (Why? Because we love them!)2) We recap books (Why? Well you know when the next book in a series is about to come out and you can't remember all the main details of the previous books? That's what we are here for! Catch up on the parts that slipped your mind so you will be ready for the next one.)
This series contains Pierce (Mease) Butler's business papers; correspondence; estate papers; materials related to his interests in music and wine; real estate documents; account ledgers; expenses notebooks; papers related to three duels/challenges in which he was involved; and other miscellaneous papers.
The series also contains papers concerned with wine (Box 26, folders 12-13), including receipts for Butler's wine purchases; two small notebooks listing wine purchases; and flyers for an 1838 sale of "fine old madeira wines" that had belonged to his uncle Thomas Butler.
The series also includes outgoing correspondence from Kemble to Sarah, Sarah's husband Dr. Owen J. Wister, George W. Biddle, Mr. and Mrs. John Forbes, and William Rotch Wister. Most of Kemble's outgoing correspondence is social in nature, and includes commentary on public affairs, political leaders, noted literary and artistic figures, books, plays, concerts, and her travels. Her letters to Sarah offer insights into her relationships with her daughters, the friction caused by her publishing Journal of a Residence On A Georgia Plantation in 1838-1839 and her memoirs, and her frustrations with growing older. Kemble's letters to William Rotch Wister, who administered her finances and served as her lawyer, discuss various business affairs.
This series contains primarily outgoing correspondence from Frances Anne Butler Leigh to her sister, Sarah Butler Wister. There are also some papers related to Butler's Island plantation in Georgia, including loose account pages, time books, ledgers, and a cash book.
The series includes a small amount of other materials related to the Butler's Island plantation, including loose account pages (Box 3, Folder 1), time books (Box 3, Folder 2; Volume 25), ledgers (Volumes 24 and 26), and a cash book (Volume 28).
John Butler's estate papers contain a variety of noteworthy items, including a list of enslaved people (Box 28, Folder 7) whom he and his brother Pierce (Mease) Butler had inherited from their grandfather Major Pierce Butler. The enslaved people and other aspects of John's and Pierce's inheritance were carefully inventoried when Pierce faced financial difficulties and sold off some of his property in the 1850s. John's wife Gabriella's papers are also included in the series, in the form of two estate ledger books (volumes 45-46). 2b1af7f3a8