Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Top Ten Tuesday: Series I Want to Complete

Top Ten Tuesday is an original weekly feature created at The Broke and the Bookish.

Books in series are a weakness of mine.  Here are the seductive sets I want to decimate.

1) "The Parasol Protectorate" Series by Gail Carriger 

2) "The Dark Tower" Series by Stephen King

3) The "Amelia Peabody" Books by Elizabeth Peters

4) "A Song of Ice and Fire" by George R R Martin

5) "All Souls Trilogy" by Deborah Harkness

6) The Original "Nancy Drew" Series

7) Neal Stephenson's "Baroque Cycle"

8) "In Search of Lost Time" by Marcel Proust

9) "Divergent" Series by Veronica Roth

10) "Earth's Children" Series by Jean M. Auel

...and this is why I will never run out of things to read.


Becky said...

I started the game of throne series years ago and I know I'll have to start from the beginning to pick them back up so I keep resisting, lol. Love your blog! New subscriber. You have great taste in books. I especially liked your halloween picks! Here's Ours

Whitney said...

I'm working my way through the Nancy Drew Mysteries now, it is such a fun series. Great list!

Dina @ All The Stacks said...

My husband is really into the Dark Tower Series (he had read all the books plus every book in the Dark Tower Universe). I have been meaning on reading these for along time and should seeing as all the books are already in my house.

Christianna said...

I think I've read every Nancy Drew book! I kinda love them! I honestly haven't read any of the others, but I can think of so many series that are amazing!

Katie said...

Oooo, great list! What is it about Series of books that make them so attractive?

Bucho said...

oh man...i've read the Dark Tower series some 5 or 6 times. the final book is a little iffy, but King (who i normally can't stand) does some fun meta work with his characters. probably one of my favorite book series' of all time.

back in the day, i tried to read all the Hardy Boys, Encyclopedia Browns, and Choose Your Own Adventures too...

Marla D said...

Awww.. Fire and Ice. I have picked it up and set it down a few times now. Started back in on some light reading with The Alchemyst collection - The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel. You know I'm a sucker for that stuff. Seriously want to look into that Souls series you listed. Darren was totally into the Dark Tower series.. loved all those books. I'm actually surprised Hunter didn't end up named Roland. haha