Top Ten Tuesday [15]: Unfinished Business

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Today’s TTT prompt is about completed series that I’ve yet to finish. God knows, this is just the tip of the iceberg for me. Honestly, I chose these because they are the ones that were within reach at the time of this writing. I have read most of this series starters a long time ago that I’ve forgotten what they were about. There are a multitude of reasons why I haven’t picked them up. But mostly, I simply have lost interest.  For more explanation as to why I haven’t finished these, read below.


ashen winter by Mike Mullin

This series was completed April, 2014. I loved the first book, Ashfall. The reason why I haven’t had the appetite to complete these (even though I own all three books) is because I’m terrified. The author has a way of ripping his readers’ hearts into shreds by putting the characters through the worst possible scenarios you can imagine. I sill want to read them though.

rephaim series by paula weston

This series is technically not competed yet. But you can order the last book (Burn) from The Book Depository. I didn’t want to read the third book until I have the last book in my hands. So this one will probably be completed soon.

the game by eve silver

I’ve had such a polarizing reaction to these books that I’m honestly not looking forward to completing it. Which is stupid because I bought the third book. Gah.

the wolves of mercy falls by maggie stiefvater

Another one of those scary endings. I really should read it soon so I can read Cole’s story. Plus, Ms. Maggie’s writing is divine.

divergent by veronica roth

Nope. No chance I’m ever going to finish this series. Pass.

darkness rising by kelley armstrong

I adore Kelley. I’m not fully writing off this series, but let’s just say I’m biding my time. The Gathering has echoes of her Darkest Powers series, so I was a little skeptical after finishing the first book.

paranormalcy by kiersten white

I don’t remember the story line, to be honest. I think I managed to acquire the second and third book, but perhaps a re-read will be in order.

his fair assassin by robin lefevers

I only need to read the third book. Frankly, the second book exhausted me so that I couldn’t find the motivation to read the third book. I’m still interested though.

penryn and the end of days by susan ee

The honest truth? I got tired of waiting. But if you say the books were worth the wait, then I’ll take your word for it.

benny immura by jonathan maberry

I haven’t even read the first book. Someday, someday.