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Top Ten New Series I Want To Start
So, new series! Like, last couple of years new. This is actually right up my alley, since I read a lot of series, and there are so many I want to read. It definitely helps that I tend to go for the more recent releases, and I honestly could have picked any number or series. I honestly could do several lists just based on this topic alone…but I did narrow it down to ten. (I just wish I knew how I managed that).
- The Diviners by Libba Bray. I’ve wanted to read this one for a while, especially after reading her Gemma Doyle series. I can’t wait to read it!
- Partials by Dan Wells. I’ve been intrigued with this sci-fi series, especially because it’s about these beings identical to humans.
- Venom by Fiona Paul. I’ve wanted to listen to this one for a while, so I’m just going to have to one of these days. Plus, it’s in Venice! You can’t go wrong with a novel set in Venice! I’m also intrigued with Renaissance Venice, since I don’t normally read books set in that time period…
- Just One Day by Gayle Forman. A lot of people seem to love this series, and I LOVED If I Stay, so I’m going to have to read it soon.
- For Darkness Shows The Stars by Diana Peterfreund. I’m very intrigued by a Luddite nobility, plus, I’ve seen quite a few positive reviews. And it’s inspired by Persuasion, so that makes me want to read it even more.
- The Testing by Janelle Charbonneau. I’ve been meaning to read it for ages, but forgot to download the ARC from netgalley before it was archived…so I’ve never read it, even though I did eventually buy a copy to read.
- Pivot Point by Kasie West. I very much want to read this book someday, because I’m very intrigued by the idea of a girl who can look into the future and see both possible outcomes.
- The Archived by Victoria Schwab. I feel like this list is full of series I’ve meant to read but never got around to, and this one is no exception. I mean, it’s about a girl who works in the Archives of the dead! It’s totally up my alley.
- Tandem by Anna Jarzab. I’ve seen a lot of positive reviews for this book, and I’m intrigued by going into parallel worlds to stop war.
- Rebel Belle by Rachel Hawkins. Partly because I wanted to include something a bit more recent, but also because I like the idea of a Southern Belle who becomes a Paladin.