If you thought I’m terrible at finishing series after seeing part one, you will think I should be banned from starting any more series by the end of this one. Here it goes.
Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard
I liked Red Queen. I even filmed a review of it. But I didn’t love it. I didn’t feel the urge to get the next one as soon as it was available and I just kept putting it off. I’m still putting it off.
Still have to read: Glass Sword
Magisterium by Holly Black and Cassandra Clare
I enjoyed this book a lot. I loved the elemental magic, but kind of like with Red Queen, I just didn’t love it so much that I wanted the next one yesterday.
Still have to read: The Copper Gauntlet
The Queen of the Tearling by Erika Johanson
Honestly, I’m not sure if I want to continue with this series. I liked the story, but there were some elements of the world that really ruined it for me. And I didn’t particularly like the main character (forgot her name). But for now, I’ll keep it on the list of series I want to continue.
Still have to read: The Invasion of the Tearling
The Giver by Lois Lowry
I just bought this the other day and read it. *hangs head in shame* Let’s see how long this will remain on my unfinished series list. I really loved it though. You can read my review of it here.
Still have to read: Gathering Blue, Messenger, Son
The Young Elites by Marie Lu
I loved The Young Elites so much. I have no idea why I haven’t read the second one yet. I fully intended to read it as soon as it came out, I just… didn’t.
Still have to read: The Rose Society
The Half-Light City by M. J. Scott
This is an adult fantasy series, but I quite like the world. I enjoyed the first two, and while I can’t say I’m tripping over myself to read the rest of them, I do want to continue with this series. Which is more a series of companions. It’s the kind of book I enjoy reading as an ebook.
Still have to read: Iron Kin, Fire Kin
I think that’s it for series that I want to continue with. For now at least. I’m sure I’ll have an update soon enough. Probably to add more series, rather than to remove them.
There are at least 20 more series that I have started but either have no intention of continuing, or I would like to maybe continue some day, but given the ridiculous amount of other series I need to finish, I probably won’t get to them. Perhaps I’ll make another post about those.
Final tally (for now): 16 series, 28 books + countless novellas and short stories