Top Ten Series I'd Like To Start But Haven't Yet
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1. The Lion Hunters Series by Elizabeth Wein - I found out about this through Chachic of Chachic's Book Nook, whose taste in books I find closely similar to mine, so I have a feeling I'll adore this book just like most of the titles she recommends to me.
2. A Song of Fire and Ice Series by G.R.R. Martin - This was huge last year, with the HBO series starting all the buzz. So, I am hoping to jump into the bandwagon someday. Besides I haven't had any epic high fantasy since LOTR.
3. The Ender's Series by Orson Scott Card - They say, if you're a sci-fi newbie, go with this one. Plus, a movie adaptation is coming out soon.
4. Fablehaven Series by Brandon Mull - This series has a whole slew of mythical creatures and I'm sure it provides for one magical adventure.
5. Underland Chronicles by Suzanne Collins - I adore The Hunger Games, so I am curious to see how she does in this middle grade fantasy series of hers.
6. Iron Fey Series by Julie Kagawa - My sister loved this, so I thought I'd give it a shot. Never really read anything about fairies yet.
7. The Monstrumologist Series by Rick Yancey - I never had a horror read before or anything with zombies or ghosts in them. I have an overactive imagination that gets even worse at night when I close my eyes. But I still have this on my list because maybe, just maybe, one day, I might just feel brave enough to get a crack at it. Hee.
8. Newsflesh Trilogy by Mira Grant - This is a series that I have put off for so long because it's a zombie novel, and therefore...See entry # 7. But they say it's really not that gory or scary but is more of a political story. Tina of One More Page has been raving (as in stark raving mad. haha.) about this for so long.
9. Tales from the Sinister City by F.E. Higgins - Recommended by Fats of Gathering Books. She said F.E. Higgins is like a female Neil Gaiman, an author whom I am a fan of.
10. Kate Daniels Series by Ilona Andrews - Also another series highly praised in the blogosphere. And it has a kick-ass female protagonist so I'm in.
How about you? Any series you'd like to start but haven't yet?