Top Ten Tuesday is a meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. The actual topic for today is Ten Finished Series I Have YET to Finish, but the thing is, I’m usually good about finishing series and when I don’t, it’s usually because I don’t want to. So since most of my started but not yet finished series are unfinished, I will be sharing my Top 8 of those, then the top 2 that are finished.
The Unfinished Series…
I mean, this is the most obvious one. I am going to be so sad when it’s all over… and yet I can’t wait for Winter to release! #bookwormproblems
2. The Naturals
I’ve only read the first book so far, but I enjoyed it and look forward to reading the next two!
3. The 5th Wave
The twists and turns of the first two books have definitely guaranteed that I have to see how this alien invasion shakes out for Cassie and company.
4. Embassy Row
I enjoyed this first book and really love the concept of living on Embassy Row, so I look forward to more from this series!
I am definitely excited to see how Kestrel will prevail in the end.
I still have only read the first book, and even though it didn’t blow me away, I’ve always intended to read more. I wanted to make sure my ship would sail first before I continued, and now the original trilogy has extended to include the stories of America’s children, and I’ve got to admit I’m a little intrigued by that.
I finished the original trilogy, but now this universe has been expanded upon with The Alloy of Law and other books. At first I wasn’t sure how interested I was because it’s many years in the future and not the same characters, but really, do I think I would be disappointed? So I would like to get around to these other books some day.
I will admit, my initial excitement for this series has worn off since I initially finished The Young Elites, but I still think I would like to continue this series.
The Finished Series…
After reading the first book I wasn’t admittedly sold on continuing the series, but I received encouragement that it gets better, so I believe I will.
This is more iffy than definite, but the first book was a quick, fun read, so I would at least like to read the next book, especially since the first book kind of leaves you hanging for the second, even if it’s not in a dramatic, cliff-hanging way.
Which series do you need to finish?