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This post was so hard. When I first began I thought there was no way I was going to be able to churn out 10 series titles, but then I found it almost impossible to stop listing them! I strayed a little and it’s also top series I actually want to finish… Let me know if you’re into any of the series listed below – I’m always keen for your opinions!
- The Selection series by Kiera Cass
Partly because it looks so pretty… Actually on content value but, I got really hooked on this year’s series of The Bachelor. The blurb kind of makes it sound like the author put The Bachelor in a YA series which makes it oh so intriguing to read. The feminist in me is totally unimpressed in this….
I’ve read the first but I have the rest sitting on my bookshelf waiting their turn. I really enjoyed Bloodlines. It had the addictiveness of Vampire Academy (not that I remember reading a single one of them it was so long ago, just that I really enjoyed them).
Another beautiful title sitting on my bookshelf, patiently awaiting its turn. I got really into the Wicked series by Nancy Holder and Debbie Viguie (another series that I need to finish off) so I’ve got high hopes for this one!
It just sounds like an amazing fantasy read. The size of the third book however is a little intimidating, and a lot of the review aren’t very praising the later it goes into the series. It sounds a little off putting, but I’m very eager to give the series a go.
5. The Winner’s Curse (The Winner’s Trilogy) by Marie Rutkoski
It’s pretty too. SERIOUSLY though it sounds intriguing. Mulan meets The Hunger Games by the sound of reviews? I picked it up the other day and deeply regret not buying it then and there, especially after reading all the wonderful review.
6. Disruption series by Jessica Shrivington
This may be a teeny tiny bit influence by Between the Covers (Harper Collins event). I pretty much added every book they spoke about to my TBR list. That’s what you call excellent publicity. And the author was absolutely beautiful at the event! She was so kind and even recognised one of her fans from a previous book signing!
Same as the above. Thanks Harper Collins so encouraging me to go broke. The second book is already slotted in for its publication date next year, so it seems like the author is very cluey and knows exactly what she wants to happen much later on in the series. Always a good sign.
8. Snow Like Ashes series by Sara Raasch
Yep. Thanks Harper Collins. Yet another trilogy I’m in dire need to get my hands on/begin. It sounds like an action packed fantasy read. I haven’t come across many reviews about this one, so if you’ve read it I’d love to hear your thoughts on it please!
Again, I read the first and I have the rest of them either on my Kindle or my physical bookshelf. The first one had a really great concept but at the same time was kind of meh. Fingers crossed the next smooth it all out. It probably shouldn’t count on this list because the last in the series was published a few years ago.
10. Wicked Lovely series by Melissa Marr
The first one was so beautiful. I remember getting so swept up in the world, don’t know why I didn’t read the sequels immediately after. It’s not all that new either, but the series is on my to read list/to finish list.