Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week, the prompt is top ten series I’d like to read this year. There are quite a few out there that everyone’s been raving about.
My list also includes series that I’ve had a falling out with the past but would like to pick them up again.
1. The Throne of Glass series by Sarah J. Maas This series has been in a few of my top ten tuesdays list lately. But I really want to read this one just to see what everyone’s been raving about.
2. The Newsflesh Trilogy by Mira Grant. This is another series that’s shown up at least a couple of times on my posts. This series comes highly recommended. And being a fan of zombie novels, this should’ve been a no-brainer. Unfortunately, it had sat on my shelves for far too long.
3. The Dark Hunter Series by Sherrilyn Kenyon. This is one of those series that I’ve stalled after book #10. There are currently 21 books in the series so far. It is a great paranormal series but since I’m not much of a reader of the genre, I’ve fallen miserably behind.
4. Outlander by Diane Gabaldon. There are presently eight books so far. I’ve started Outlander a while back (before the tv series was aired), but life happens. I’m determined to read at least the first book before the year is out.
5. The Administration Series by Manna Francis. A Sci-fi/suspense/whoddunit series that also boasts a m/m relationship. I bought the entire series last year and have endeavoured to read them then. Unfortunately, it hasn’t happened yet.
6. Charley Davidson by Darynda Jones. You know I’m not into a lot of paranormal reads, but it seems like with every instalment, this series just keeps getting better and better. I think it’s on book #8, so I’m not too far behind.
7. In Death series by J.D. Robb. So I really want to get into more romantic suspense. Knowing who the author is of this series, it only makes sense to add this to the books I want read this year.
8. Ephemera by Anne Bishop. Paranormal, you say? Well, since I’ve loved Anne Bishop’s Others series, I thought I’d pick another series of hers that I think I could like. Her other series, The Black Jewels, seems a bit daunting. So i picked Ephemera instead.
9. The Last Werewolf Trilogy by Glen Duncan. I really want to read my copies this year. A couple of months ago, I went on a horror binge reading. It’s out of season, sure. But this trilogy was just three of the books that I wanted to read. Unfortunately, my appetite for them waned so I never got to read these books.
10. The Raven Cycle by Maggie Stiefvater. I don’t exactly know why I’m dragging my heels with this series. Everyone’s loving them so far. But I’m determined to start this series before the year is out, once and for all.