Top Ten Tuesday: Ten Finished Series I Have Yet To Start


Top Ten Tuesday is an original weekly meme created by the team at The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s theme is actually Ten Finished Series I Have Yet To Finish, but I usually marathon series from start to finish, so I couldn’t really think of any series that I’ve started but haven’t finished. I decided, instead to feature finished series that I have yet to start (and want to start). As always, my list is in no particular order.

Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson:
This is on a lot of people’s all-time favourites list. I’ve been recommended this numerous times so I definitely need to get to it some time this year!

Chaos Walking by Patrick Ness:
This is a trilogy that I never paid very much attention to but recently it’s been catching my attention at every book store I go to. The concept of it sounds very interesting and it seems like something I’d enjoy.

Lumatere Chronicles by Melina Marchetta:
I’ve been recommended Finnikin of the Rock so many times in the past month that I picked it up at the beginning of August on National Bookshop Day. I’m excited to read it sometime in the next few weeks.

Divergent by Veronica Roth:
I know, I know. I should’ve read this a long time ago, but I’m not a very big fan of dystopians. I wanted to start the series when Allegiant came out but I was spoiled so I ended up not reading it. I bought Divergent in July so hopefully I can finally get around to reading it in the coming months.

The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han:
I’ve had this trilogy on my shelf for about 4 months. I keep forgetting that I own these books so I still haven’t read them yet. I’ll probably read them in December when it’s summer in Australia. I loved Jenny Han’s To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before duology so I’m sure I’ll love this trilogy too.

The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins:
Another dystopian trilogy that I wasn’t keen to read. I’m thinking of marathoning the books and the movies before Mockingjay Part II though. Because I feel really left out when even my non-bookish friends discuss The Hunger Games.

The Study by Maria V. Snyder:
A couple of people recommended The Study series to me in July when I was at a meet-up. Since then, I’ve been seeing a lot of rave reviews around so I’m really keen to pick this up at some point.

Percy Jackson and the Olympians by Rick Riordan:
PJO is a very well-loved series that I haven’t read. I’m a little intimidated by how many books Rick Riordan has out. But I promise to read these very soon!

Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor:
This is Katytastic’s favourite series and I’ve been meaning to pick these up since the first time I saw her talk about them. I’ll get around to these sometime in the next 12 months…..

Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi:
I’ve always wanted to pick up the Shatter Me series but other books keep getting in the way. Now that there’s a TV show in the works, I’ll have to read this trilogy before the show airs.

Which of these series have you read and loved? Which one of these should I read first?


36 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Ten Finished Series I Have Yet To Start

  1. Amy Couttas says:

    We’re like the total opposites you binge series I just read the first in like every series haha! I want to read Mistborn and Chaos walking SO SO SO SO BAD!!! I read The Summer I Turned Pretty books when I was younger and really enjoyed them! And lately I’ve been itching to start reading the Shatter Me trilogy!! Great list πŸ™‚

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  2. Emily Seals says:

    I never realized that The Knife of Never Letting Go was a series until today! I’ve been seeing it everywhere too, it seems, though I haven’t read it.

    I like The Hunger Games books, but honestly, the movies do such a good job that I’m not sure reading is essential. I know I did not enjoy Mockingjay at all.

    My TTT


  3. cwreads says:

    WOAH Shatter Me is going to be made into a TV series? Holy heck. I wonder how that’ll pan out.

    I reaaaaally want to read Daughter of Smoke and Bone!! I’ve seen it everywhere and everyone loves it. And now I’m very curious about The Study. Time to add that to my ever-growing list of TBR books… :’D

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  4. fiddlerblue says:

    Great list! You definitely won’t be disappointed with the Mistborn trilogy πŸ™‚ I haven’t read Percy Jackson as well and I know what you mean about feeling left out, my best friend loves it and I can’t relate to her stories so well because I’ve never picked it up lol.
    I haven’t heard of The Study series before so I think I’d go look for that.


  5. Rachel Writes Things says:

    I need to finish Daughter of Smoke and Bone trilogy too. I just read book 2 which I liked a lot but I feel like the books are SO SLOW because she writes sooooo much description. Which is nice but um it’s like 550 never ending pages haha. πŸ˜‰ I would say you could probably skip The Hunger Games books because the movies do an amazing job. And HA, I say this as a diehard book fan lol. (btw I am currently rereading Tomorrow when the war began because I love that series and I miss living in AUS. :))

    My TTT-

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  6. Jazmin Jade says:

    I have done the PJO is one I have done and I say don’t mind the size! There are a few of them but the books in that series are not very long and you can get through them pretty easy. Its the follow on series, which I have yet to do, where they get pretty big and many. I hope you enjoy them!


  7. Greg Hill says:

    I read the first two Divergent but I have to admit, after I saw the movie. I thought the movies did a pretty good job… and I’m the same way with Percy Jackson, haven’t read them so I’ll probably just start w/ the new one next month.

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  8. sue's reading corner says:

    I haven’t finished The Summer I Turned Pretty series, Divergent or The Hunger Games series, either! In fact, I thought I was the only one who hadn’t finished The Hunger Games! πŸ˜‰
    OMG! I hope you get a chance to read Percy Jackson and the Olympians as well as the Shatter Me series! They are A-mazing! ❀

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