Top Ten Tuesday │ Series on my TBR
Hello, happy readers! It's (nearly) eight days into September. Can we believe this!? Time is racing past at an alarming rate, and already we are ushering in another week and another Top Ten Tuesday topic. Oh my. This week's is a great one considering we all are in a perpetual state of not reading that TBR (which is pretty towering) and that crosses over into NOT finishing series. I'm breaking this into a couple of parts because there are series I haven't yet finished and really want to, and series I'm primed to adore considering all of the hype surrounding them or the recommendations. Plus, I'm including the latter category because I have one or more of the books on my shelves and why not?
Broke and Bookish Official September 8th Topic:
Ten Finished Series I Have YET to Finish
(topic first done in 2012)
I suppose technically this series does not fit into today's topic because there is one book to go. But, I "had" to add it. I've read the first novella collection to be released as well as the first two books. Now I just need to read The One and The Heir. Preferably before the fifth (and final) novel releases next spring.
2.) Deadly Reunions (Revell) by Lynette Eason
This one is sort of "odd" to put on this list, only because I've read the final two novels in this series and skipped book one. I believe it was because I signed up for the blog tour of book two and hadn't had a chance to read the first book. Someday I'd like to though as I enjoy the genre (romantic suspense).
3.) If I Stay Duology (Dutton) by Gayle Forman
Again, this one might be "disqualified" since it's a duo (three a series makes, right!?), but whatever. I'm running with it. Read book one and really enjoyed it, so getting book two read in my near future might be nice.
4.) Gifting Series (Indie) by K.E. Ganshert
Katie deserves a round of applause for this queiter, imaginative dystopian novel. And she indie published too! Bravo, Katie. Anxious to see what else comes in the last two novels which she released mere months apart (perks of Indie publishing, I'd say).
5.) Anna and the French Kiss Series (Dutton) by Stephanie Perkins
Finally read this novel this summer. In. Love. Etienne? I kinda think he's amazing. Not sure how frequently these novels are considered a series (are they more companion novels?), but GR lists them as such, so I'm using that. Lola and Isla... I'm coming to visit your worlds.
Other books that would fit this category are, the Cadence of Grace Series (WaterBrook) by Joanne Bischof; Lonestar Series (Thomas Nelson) by Colleen Coble; Katie Parker Production Series (Sweet Pea) by Jenny B. Jones; Anomaly Series (Thomas Nelson) by Krista McGee.
6.) River of Time Series (David C. Cook) by Lisa T. Bergren
Why I've not read this series simply comes down to lack of better time (reading) management. My blogging friends consistently gush over it, so I plan to remedy my oversight soon - perhaps this winter even.
7.) Finishing School Series (Little Brown) by Gail Carringer
These look like entertainment of the highest class. I own book one and despite being tempted by subsequent novels in the series since (B&N why must you tempt me so!?), I've held back from picking up more. Must read book one first.
8.) Summer Series (Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers) by Jenny Han
Jenny Han is constantly praised and this series looks like nothing but the sweetest of contemporary series. Those are my kryptonite.
9.) Throne of Glass Series (Bloomsbury) by Sarah J. Maas
I'll confess, I own nearly this entire series (the novella collection, books 1-2) without having read them. I even have my preorders of (the paperback of) book 3 and Queen of Shadows on their way. Really, aside from the chance there is that I'll hate this series (highly unlikely considering its universal love), it's not a bad thing this is so. This way, I'll be binge-reading.
10.) Geek Girl Series (HarperTeen) by Holly Smale
We're all "geek girls," right? I mean sure there's the awkward geek (*raises hand*) and the chic geek, but come on! We've all got a part of us that is a... well, geek girl. This series not only sounds adorable, but it seems universally relatable. Have any of you read it?
Another Top Ten Tuesday complete. Mission accomplished.
Which series are you *dying* to get read or finish? Have you read any of these? Leave any of your fan girl comments down below, whether positive or negative, we'd like to read them all.
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