Top 5 Tuesday — Series I Want To Start

Hi guys! For this week’s T5T, I decided to do series I want to start. Granted, there’s way more than five, but these are a few I’m really eager to start. Most All of these are really popular, so I want to read them and find out why everyone loves them. 😉

5. Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs – My goal is to have read at least the first book by the time to movie comes out (in March, I believe?).

4. Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo – I want to read this before I read Six of Crows, even though it’s not necessary.

3. The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey – I’m hoping to read this before the movie comes out in January. I’m running out of time!

2. An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir – I want to read this before the sequel comes out, but at the same time I don’t want to have to wait. I’m pretty sure I’ll love it, so it’s a struggle.

1. A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas – I adore Throne of Glass, so I want to read this because I know it’ll be just as amazing. It’s also a way to get more of her writing while I (along with everyone else) wait for ToG5. 😀 (although I have the same issue with this as I do with AEITA..)

So those are the five series I’m most eager to start! Feel free to tell me what you thought (no spoilers, please) if you’ve read any of them. 🙂

Until next time– Olivia ❤️ (my Twitter | my Instagram)

11 thoughts on “Top 5 Tuesday — Series I Want To Start

  1. The Miss Peregrine’s movie real ease date has been pushed back until Christmas day 2016, so there’s plenty of time to read the book before the movie comes out! I’m the same with Shadow and Bone – I want to read that trilogy before Six of Crows so I need to start it soon 🙂 ACOTAR is one of my favourites, and The 5th wave is really good too, can’t wait for the movie 😀

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  2. All these series sound very interesting. I’ve read Miss Peregrine and Shadow and Bone, they were both great, though it was a little hard to get into Miss Peregrine’s maybe because I was expecting something else, the book description is a bit misleading, but it was good nonetheless. 🙂

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