Monday, March 4, 2013

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



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This week's theme is giving me major guilt...  (Listed randomly.)


1.  Wildwood Dancing and Cybele's Secret by Juliet Marillier
Of course, I hear the best of all possible things about this series.  I might do a read-a-long with these books, to get motivated.  I'm dying to dive in!

2.  Wither, Fever and Sever by Lauren DeStefano
I'm in love with these covers - all of them!  I own the first book in hardcover and it looks so pretty on my shelf.


3.  The Dark Divine, The Lost Saint and The Savage Grace by Bree Despain
I met Bree at Mysterious Galaxy about a year ago, when she was touring with Brodi Ashton.  I bought The Dark Divine with hopes of reading it soon - and allll the time since then, I think, Goodness I want to read that book so badly.  I'm so bummed I haven't gotten to it yet - but soon!  That is a promise!

4.  Sisters Red, Sweetly, Fathomless and Cold Spell by Jackson Pearce
Never in my life had I read a Pearce book, and I'm just aching to.  Fairy Tale retellings are SO FREAKING GOOD.  I need that kind of inspiration all the time.  Can't wait to read Sisters Red, which is sitting on my shelf right now!

5.  A Wrinkle in Time series by Madeleine L'Engle
My sister loved these books, and when I read a bit of the first one I was totally intrigued!  I will definitely pick them up soon, hopefully this year.

6.  Any series by Jennifer L. Armentrout  (Luxe and Covenant)
SUCKS TO BE ME.  I own Obsidian, and want to buy Half-Blood, but I haven't read anything by her and it makes me sad!  I'm so intrigued and want to know what all the fuss is about.  I feel so teased by all the rave reviews/awesome quotes I read all the time. SOON.  I PROMISE.

7.  The Jane Austen Diaries by Jenni James
Who doesn't want to read a super fun, light-hearted, clean chick-lit??  I certainly need to read this series, which starts with Pride and Popularity!  They just sound like good fun and everyone needs a little bit of that every now and again.

8.  Nevermore, Enshadowed and Untitled by Kelly Creagh
DYING. DYYYIIINNNNGGGG TO READ THIS TRILOGY!  Oh, trust me, based on what my sister's told me about Varen, I'm already madly in love.  I need no more coaxing.  I will read this book. NOW.  (Ok, as soon to "now" as I can.)

9.  Legacy, Allegiance and Sacrifice by Cayla Kluver
I hear mixed things about this series, but I'm just still soooo drawn to them.  The covers, the plot line, the impending romance, the politics, even the names of the characters - they suck me in!

10. Under the Never Sky, Through the Ever Night and Into the Still Blue by Veronica Rossi
Yah.  I still haven't read these.  For a while, they've just felt like "just another dystopian trilogy".  It's taking a lot to make dystopians amazing, especially lately, because there are so many, and only a few that really make the cut.  But lately, I've been more and more interested.  I think I'll read them soon!!

So, ladies and gents, there's my list.  Link me up below! :)
HAPPY READING!

14 comments:

  1. Great List =). The Legacy Series by Cayla Kluver is an awesome book, I'm sure you will love it, especially is you like historical fiction with a bit of magic. I just finished reading Under the Never Sky and it was AMAZING! I also enjoyed Nevermore and Sisters Red.

    Ange @ Moonlight Reader



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  2. I haven't read Wither and Covenant series too. Hopefully we'll start on it soon. Great list! :D

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  3. I want to read something by Jennifer L Armentrout too - I've heard such good things. And I too have to start Under the Never Sky - hopefully I will soon, I have it on audio! I just finished The Chemical Garden Trilogy by Lauren DeStefano and Wither is the best book in the series. Great list! :)

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  4. Thanks for the comment, Nicole!! I'm dyyying to read Armentrout, and I hope we both get to her stuff soon. She sounds amazing! I'm glad I'm not the only one who hasn't read "Under the Never Sky". Your comment is making me feel better about myself. hahaha ;)
    Thanks for the heads up about The Chemical Garden - I am so intrigued to see what I think!


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  5. I hope we love them both! :)

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  6. Thanks for the comment, Ange! I really can't wait for Legacy - sounds like my kind of thing. I can't wait to see what I think of "Under the Never Sky"!

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  7. Okay, when you've read Kelly Creagh's books, we need to talk...they're on my all-time favorites list. LOVE them!

    Also loved Wildwood Dancing (haven't read Cybele's Secret yet - it's judging me from my bookshelf), The Dark Divine series, The Chemical Garden series, and Under the Never Sky. I hope you love them!

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  8. Of all those you listed,,, The Covenant Series. Just read it, is the best from JLA (so good!). You won't regret it, promise ;)

    On the other hand... yeah, I kind of have to read Under the Never Sky, too.

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  9. Wither and Under the Never Sky are on mylist too! Hope we both find time to read these series :D

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  10. You MUST read A Wrinkle in Time! One of my favorite books! And, Obsidian's on my list too - looks fun! Oooo - I need to look into the Jane Austen Diaries! Thanks! My TTT

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  11. Girl! I can't believe you haven't read HALF-BLOOD yet! Seriously, bump that up to the top of your list, you won't regret it!! xoxox =) Donna @ Book Passion for Life

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  12. OH MY GOODNESS! Sierra, I cannot believe you haven't read an Armentrout book yet. Seriously. I love her books so much. You are def missing out! I also want to try Jackson Pearce and The Dark Divine. Fabulous list!

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  13. those are some awesome titles!! you NEED to read Obsidian by JLA!!! it is AMAZING! Also, I have heard some amazing stuff about Nevermore, i need to buy myself a copy first!

    awesome list,
    - Juhina @ Maji Bookshelf

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