Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Top Ten Tuesday: Series We'd Like To Start But Haven't Yet

Happy Tuesday! Per usual we are participating in Top Ten Tuesday which this week is about series we know we should get involved with but have not started yet. Tell us what you think, and share your TTT!

Grad Student
1. The Goddess Test by Aimee Carter. I heard her talk and she was so charming, I bet I will like this series.
2. The Chronicles of Amber series by Roger Zelazny (BIG TIME ten-book fantasy series).
3. The Dust Land Series by Moira Young. I hear amazing things, and I could use a new Dystopian series when Delirum ends.

Crazy Camper
4. Delirium series by Lauren Oliver. I may the last one left who hasn't read it.
5. The Watchers series by Peter Lerangis  - selected by the American Library Association as a 1999 Best Book for Reluctant Young Adult Readers.
6. James Patterson's Maximum Ride series. Kids with wings? Saving the World? why not.
7. Ashfall by Mike Mullin. A series about a super volcano in Yellowstone, eh? This book had me at the mention of a National Park.

As always a big cheers of our whiskey sours to The Broke and the Bookish for hosting TTT, our fav weekly book blog meme!


  1. I hear Blood Red Road is better read through audiobook since the dialect is difficult for some people. Who knows though. I need to read it as well.


    My TTT

  2. Delirium is one of my favorite books ever! I plan to start The Goddess Test soon and Maximum Ride later in the year!

  3. I've heard amazing things about The Dust Land and Delirum series. It seems like just about everyone has read them and one of these days, I will too!

    I'm also intrigued by Maggie Stiefvater's Wolves of Mercy Falls series and The Lunar Chronicles. Yet again... books I think everyone else but me has read. Gah. I'm so bad at this.

    1. Those are new to me too! So many books to read.

  4. Meep... thinking about all the series I want to start makes me depressed, because it reminds me how many series I'm in the middle of already.


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