I have to admit — this week’s theme was a little hard! I usually start every series possible, but I managed to find some ones that I would really love to start soon. Or, as soon as my TBR pile allows…
1. The Winner’s Trilogy by Marie Rutkoski.
I plan on reading this one very soon, actually. How could I not!? The covers are gorgeous. Plus, I already have a copy of the first book.
2. The Raven Cycle Maggie Stiefvater.
I don’t even have a good reason, apart from the lack of time, as to why I haven’t yet read this one. I didn’t love the author’s Shiver books as much as everyone else, so maybe that’s why, though these books look fantastic. Everyone keeps recommending them!
3. Chaos Walking Trilogy by Patrick Ness.
I really really liked More Than This, so I do want to check out the author’s other published works. And it does help that I’ve heard positive things about this one, so I’m bound to like them.
4. The Remnant Chronicles by Mary E. Pearson.
Another one I’ve heard fantastic things of. I’m not sure where I’ll ever find the time to read this one, but I do hope it’s good. The cover is pretty stunning, too, so that does help.
5. Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi.
I will read this. I promise! I’ve been meaning to for literally years, but I’ve always had to take it back to the library before it could be read. I simply adore the titles for all these novels.
6. Gone by Michael Grant.
Can you believe I haven’t read this yet!? Neither can I. Definitely one of the top series I want to start.
7. The Heroes of Olympus by Rick Riordan.
I LOVED Percy Jackson (though not the films… Don’t even get me started on that excuse of an adaptation), but for some reason haven’t picked up this series yet. I think maybe because I still haven’t gotten over Percy’s story, aha.
8. Starcrossed by Josephine Angelini.
Recently I read Trial by Fire, and enjoyed it a lot, so I figured that I would probably like the author’s other series. It also helps that I’ve heard good things about Starcrossed, and I love mythology.
9. The Covenant Series by Jennifer L. Armentrout.
I’ve this author’s other published novels, and this is a series I haven’t had the chance to read. So clearly I need to rectify that immediately.
10. Chronicles of Narnia by C.S Lewis.
I feel like I’ve put this one on so many of my Top Ten Tuesdays lately. But I can’t help it! It’s a series that I really do want to read. Some day…