The final battle has begun: who will be the Internet's one true YA series? SEE ALSO: What's the best YA series of all time? After over a week of voting, readers across the Internet have whittled down the original 32 competitors to the final two. Who will win the most heated battle in MashReads history, the dystopian Maze Runner or the high fantasy Throne of Glass? Fans have been dutifully campaigning for their favorites.
The battle is over, and a winner has been crowned. SEE ALSO: What's the best YA series of all time? After nearly two weeks of tweeting, promoting and voting, the readers of the Internet have chosen their favorite YA series of all time, our #OneTrueYA champion. Though Sarah J. Maas' epic high-fantasy series Throne of Glass had a good showing, the winner is... This post-apocalyptic dystopian saga -- which started with the titular The Maze Runner and led to two sequels and a prequel, with the second prequel on the way – has drawn fans worldwide before being adapted into a film in 2014.
Everyone loves a good love triangle, or even a love polygon. But at the end of the day, there can only be one winner. SEE ALSO: What's the best Shakespeare play ever written? Introducing our'This Be Madness' bracket We here at MashReads are known lovers of YA, reading the full YA spectrum, from Twilight to Rainbow Rowell and "everything everything" in between. Everybody has their favorite YA book that they'd drop everything for.
SEE ALSO: What's the best YA series? The first round of our YA bracket is over, and the competition was fierce. Readers across the Internet, from fans to authors, cast their vote and made their voices heard. But just like in Suzanne Collins' The Hunger Games, there can only be one winner (but without the violence and with everyone getting to live happily ever after). Did your favorites make the cut?
Our search for the Internet's favorite YA series continues, and the competition is as fierce as any YA Chosen One hero could be. Round Three has begun, which will not only decide which four series move on to the semi-finals, but will also decide the winners in our four genre categories: Dystopian, Fantasy, Contemporary, and Supernatural. Is your favorite still in the running? Fans across the Internet (and the world) have made their choices known, and the competition is getting more and more difficult. You guys know what to do.