Top Ten Tuesday: Finished Series That I Haven’t Finished


Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.  Each week there is a new topic and this week’s topic is: Ten Finished Series I Have YET to Finish

1) The Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra Clare – TBR: City of Heavenly Fire (and all of the novellas)

2) His Dark Materials trilogy by Philip Pullman – TBR: The Golden Compass, The Subtle Knife, The Amber Spyglass

3) The Maze Runner series by James Dashner – TBR: The Kill Order (prequel)

4) The Heroes of Olympus series by Rick Riordan – TBR: The House of Hades, The Blood of Olympus

5) The Legend Series by Marie Lu – TBR: Champion

6) The Bartimaeus Trilogy by Jonathan Stroud – TBR: The Ring of Solomon (prequel)

7) The Syrena Legacy by Anna Banks – TBR: Of Triton, Of Neptune (not sure if this series is actually finished)

8) Precious Stone Trilogy by Kerstin Gier – TBR: Sapphire Blue, Emerald Green

9) The Paper Magician Trilogy by Charlie N. Holmberg – TBR: The Paper Magician, The Glass Magician, The Master Magician

10) The Darkest Minds series by Alexandra Bracken – TBR: The Darkest Minds, Never Fade, In The Afterlight (not sure if this series is actually finished either)


23 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Finished Series That I Haven’t Finished

  1. The Mortal Instruments and Heroes of Olympus are on my list as well, I might read them eventually but I just haven’t felt interested in doing so sadly. I absolutely love His Dark Materials, I still consider it to be one of my favorite books and read it every couple of years. I will admit, it is most definitely not for everyone, though I do hope you like it if/when you choose to read it. Great list! =)

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      1. I love that you and your husband are going to read them together! It is definitely a trilogy which can foster a lot of discussion. Eeee, I am so excited for you and envious of the whole first time reader feeling you get to experience, lol. Again, I hope you guys love it.

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      2. Thanks! My husband has read them before (which is surprising because before he met me he wasn’t a very big reader) so I know it’s gotta be good! I think he wants to read them with me for the same reason though! The whole “first time read-through” is a powerful thing 😉

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  2. I have a word document on my computer called “Next Up” where I keep track of where I am in a series. When I put a series down for a while, sometimes it’s tough to figure out where to pick back up (did I read this one already? am I skipping one by accident?) I read the first His Dark Materials on a trip to Ecuador. I think I finished the whole series, but I can’t quite remember as it was several years ago now.

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    1. Thanks! And that’s totally what has happened with the Rick Riordan series! I’m pretty sure I haven’t read the last two, but I’m not positive. That’s such a good idea about the spreadsheet though! I do love spreadsheets…


      1. I’m more into Edyptian mythology, and since there are only three books, and I was able to check them all out at once, I read them. But I want to read his other books. He’s got a new series coming out that is Norse based that I’m sure will be just as popular.

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  3. Heroes of Olympus and Mortal Instruments are both on my unofficial list but didn’t make my top ten. And then you have quite a few I want to start :Legend, Mazerunner, His Dark Materials

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      1. I hope so too! I felt like the movie would have been really confusing for someone who hadn’t read the book. I just asked my husband (he watched it with me but hasn’t read the books) and he said that he was a little confused and felt like he was missing something. I definitely think this story is better off as a book.

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