Hey guys here are some series I've been wanting to read but never got around to. Series, especially long ones, can be pretty daunting to read sometimes because of the length. It's so much easier to start a stand-alone novel and then be done with it in a day or so. Saying goodbye to your favorite characters is never fun though, so that's one of the good things about series. Hopefully I'll be able to start some of these now that I have some free time on my hands finally. There are also several series I have started but never finished also awaiting my attention.
1. The Wolves of Mercy Falls by Maggie Stiefvater
This one first came out in 2009 in the midst of all the Twilight hype, and everyone always said if you liked Twilight you'll like this one. Personally I'm kind of over the whole supernatural thing, especially werewolves (I'm more of a vampire fan). I'm willing to give it a try though, especially since I already own the first one.
2. The Selection by Kiera Cass
I've heard a lot of mixed things about this series. I know the author fairly well though – she's actually a BookTuber (book vlogger on YouTube) that I've been subscribed to for awhile now. She's great and I'd love to support her by reading her series.
3. Millennium by Stieg Larsson
Super popular book and movie, so it must be good right? I tried watching the movie once…but it just couldn't hold my attention. Hopefully I'll have better luck with the book.
4. Lorien Legacies by Pittacus Lore
I have the first book but have never gotten around to reading it. Every time I go to pick it up, something else catches my attention instead. I've heard good things about this series – the first one at least. The rest seem to have fallen under the radar. Hmm…
5. Gone by Michael Grant
This series seems like a great dystopian read, and they are fairly popular. The first book has gotten a lot of mixed reviews on Goodreads, but that doesn't mean that I personally won't like it!
Which one should I tackle first? Which series are you looking forward to starting? Let me know in the comments!