Top Ten Tuesday #9 – October 21st: Top New Series I Want To Start

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The Broke And The Bookish presents us every week a new top ten with a different theme. And this Tuesday’s theme is the Top New Series I Want To Start. There are quite a few series I still have to start on my TBR, but these are the ones I want to start reading soon. In no particular order:

26 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday #9 – October 21st: Top New Series I Want To Start

  1. I loved the Cinder books! Predictable, but still good! I didn’t like Chaos Walking, but I think I’m the only person in the entire world who didn’t. Legend is really good too! I’ve read or want to read 80% of this list! Nice to see you around again. 🙂

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    • A lot of these series have been quite popular among book bloggers, so I’m looking forward to reading them. I don’t know why I haven’t read Legend yet! Most likely because I only own a Spanish copy, but I’m really looking forward to that series. Cinder looks interesting as well, although I don’t know if it’s my cup of tea. I hope I can find more time to blog now… Although I’m going on a short (read: two days) vacation tomorrow. 😀

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  2. You just HAVE TO read “The Knife of Never Letting Go”! It is fabulous, fantastic, sensational. It is one of the best YA reads of my life and I can’t do anything else than recommend it with all my heart!
    I’ve already started reading the “Legend” trilogy. I have to say that I’m not fully convinced. The world building is pretty interesting but the characters are so stereotypical. Romeo and Juliet in a dystopian world. Yawn.
    I’m flirting with the idea of reading “The Selection” series a long time now. And I still can’t decide. It would be a great if you would start to read the series, because your reviews are always so helpful for me. 😉

    Best wishes,
    Elli

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    • I just got myself a copy of The Knife Of Never Letting Go the other day, so I’m definitely going to try and read it soon! 😀 A copy of Legend is also waiting for me, but since it is in Spanish I will probably won’t start reading that series for a while… The Selection has been on my radar for a while now, and like you I’m not sure if I would enjoy it. I’m planning to get a copy anyway so I can see for myself! 😉

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    • The Knife Of Never Letting Go has been on my need-to-get-soon list for a while now, and I’ve finally gotten myself a copy. I hope to read it soon! I’ve actually started A Discovery Of Witches once already, but the beginning is a bit slow… I’m keeping my fingers crossed the rest of the story will be better.

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  3. Great list! I want to read a majority of these series too. So far, I’ve started The Raven Cycle, The Lunar Chronicles, Legend Trilogy, and Reboot, and I’ve liked them all. Now, all I need to do is finish the ones already out and wait on the rest of the books to be published.

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  4. The Raven Cycle is beyond magnificent – one of the only series I’ve been able to keep up momentum with reading. I really enjoyed Cinder, but haven’t had a chance to read the sequels, yet. If you read Half Bad, please report back, as I’ve peeked through it at my shop and am intrigued by the way it deals with good and evil.

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    • Everybody seems to absolutely love The Raven Cycle! I really should start looking for a copy so I can see for myself… Half Bad has intrigued me for a while now, and as soon as I can find a copy I will definitely move it high up my TBR pile. 😉

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  5. I’ve seen Cinders and A Discovery of Witches all over they’re very hyped books. I have to say I’m very curious about them.

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    • I’ve read Cinder since this post and absolutely loved it. I tried to read A Discovery Of Witches last year, but I just couldn’t get into the story and ended up DNFing it.

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      • Nice that Cinders lives up to the hype but it’s a shame about Discovery of Witches- I’ve heard a lot of friends saying it doesn’t live up to the hype and I’m starting to think it’s one of those books that I should just skip.

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      • I’ve only read about 60 pages or so, but I remember it was a really slow read and I didn’t like the characters or prose. I might give it another go at some point, but for now I prefer reading other series. 😉

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      • Got to read what captures your attention the most right? I need to exercise my ‘right’ to DNF books more often. Your other picks sound really interesting.

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