Top Ten Series I'd Like To Start But Haven't Yet

 Another top ten Tuesday, hosted by the Broke and the Bookish. This week it is series that you want to start, but haven't started yet.

1.     Discworld by Terry Pratchett

Kind of cheating, since I just started it, but I’ll put it in anyway. I’ve been planning to read it for a very long while. I think I’ve had four different people tell me I’ll love it, and I think I do. It’s soon, but it’s whimsy and weird and I like that.

2.     Graceling by Kristin Cashore

I really like the concept of this series, I might have the first book somewhere. It seems really cool. And I’m looking forward to that.

3.     Uglies by Scott Westerfeld

I have heard from so many people that it’s a cool series, and I thought I should start that. It sounds really cool.

4.     Georgina Kincaid by Richelle Mead

Succubae are cool. I like that someone has decided to write about a fairy creature other than vampires. Also I really like Richelle Mead’s writing, which helps.

5.     Divergent by Veronica Roth

Again, I’ve heard about this through several BookTubers. And they all say it’s really cool, so I am looking forward to that.

6.     Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson

BRANDON SANDERSON. I don’t know why I capitalized that. I’m tired. I like Wheel of Time, like love it. And I feel like when Sanderson saved Wheel of Time he got this special place in my heart, and therefore I want to read some of his books too, like give back. Yes, go Brandon.

7.     Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor

Misty from the Bookrat has been gushing about this series, and she is like my goddess, or at least I trust her judgment on books. So that’s nice. They seem sort of awesome, so I’m looking forward to that.

8.     Peter Grant by Ben Aaronovitch

Peter Grant is the Rivers of London books. My friend said they are really good, and I keep shoving books on her, and she likes that, so I’m thinking she’s repaying the favor and that the books are probably good.

9.     Chaos Walking by Patrick Ness

I read A Monster Calls, and I really liked it, and it has a lot to do with Ness’ writing, so I’d love to read more of his works. I really like dystopia, I’ve realized, so that’ll be fun. Again, people I trust have said it’s good. Exciting.

10.  The Grisha by Leigh Bardugo

It sounds like an interesting book and I like fantasy. I should stop writing these when I’m tired, nothing intelligent comes out of my head. Yes, they seem interesting. So I want to read them. End of that. I’m a genius.