Top Ten Tuesdays is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. The week’s topic is REWIND, which means the bloggers pick an old topic to write about. I decided to do all the series that I haven’t started yet, because I have so many!
- Lord of the Rings by J.R. R. Tolkein– I read the Hobbit in 4th grade (way too young), and I hated it, so I just never tried the Lord of the Rings. I haven’t even seen any of the movies.
- Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi– With all the excitement over Ignite Me, the third book which was just released, I’m dying to see how great these books are.
- Matched by Ally Condie– These books are on my list, and I’ve seen the beautiful covers around a lot.
- Leviathan by Scott Westerfeld– Also on my list, and I loved the Uglies, so I’m assuming this series will be just as good!
- The Maze Runner Trilogy by James Dashner– I see this book everyday on my English teacher’s shelves, but I have yet to ask to borrow it. I know the movie is coming out, so I’ll read it before then (hopefully).
- Delirium by Lauren Oliver– On my list. Plus, Lauren Oliver is coming to Georgia, and I need to read at least one of her books so I can go see her (but I’m probably already too late).
- The Grisha (Shadow and Bone) by Leigh Bardugo- I saw Bardugo speak with Marie Rutoski at the Decatur Book Festival, and I’m so sad I haven’t read the series yet! Everyone seems to love it.
- Chronicles of Narnia (The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe) by C.S. Lewis– I know, it’s weird I haven’t read them. Don’t ask me why.
- Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl– I bet everyone in the world except for me has read this book. I’ve seen the movie countless times.
- [insert another good series here]
Okay, so maybe I don’t have as many series as I thought! I have TONS in which I started the series, but I never finished them. Or series I wish I wanted to read, but despite the great reviews, I have no inclination to read. Weird, huh? I almost put Beautiful Creatures and Crank on the list, but I just don’t actually want to read them.
What are some series you’d like to begin?