Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. I’m a day late but whatever.
I’ve decided that I want to do some spring cleaning with my TBR, and one of my tasks is to finish a few of the series that I’ve had going on for a while. The Bitter Kingdom is going to be one of these. It’s been a few years since I read the first two books, so I’m going to have to use Recaptains to refresh my memory, but I remember really enjoying them both so I’m looking forward to this one.
This is another series that I’ve been in the middle of for ages. I was meant to finish it ages ago in time for the spin-off series when it was released, but I completely failed. I’m excited to finish this one because I adore the main character and I want to see how things turn out for her.
I’m technically in the middle of reading this, although I haven’t touched it in months. I loved Child 44, so when I started The Secret Speech and found out it had a completely different feel to it, I was kind of let down. I do want to finish it, though, because I have the third book in the trilogy and I guess I should read it. Plus I really like the main character.
The ending of Shift made me really excited for this one. Unfortunately, it took me a while to get my hands on a copy of Dust, so I’ve been in limbo with this trilogy. I’m going to read it in the near future though, and I’m pretty excited.
I loved Rebel of the Sands so much and I cannot wait to pick this up. In fact, I’m going to make it my next read.
This comes highly recommended by my boyfriend, and I promised him I’d start it soon. I haven’t wanted to start a new series over the past few months because the amount that I’m reading is a little overwhelming. I think I’m going to read this after Traitor to the Throne, though.
I received this as a Christmas gift and it is SO pretty! I’m going to try to read it before the series starts up again in the summer. And I also need to catch up with the show, as I fell behind a couple of seasons ago and I had little desire to catch up, but now I’ve been talked into it.
This is another book that I’m reaaaaally excited to read. I read the graphic novel back in 2010/2011, and I wanted to read the book straight away but I kept putting it off. I think I’ve given it enough time now, and I don’t remember too much of the plot, so I feel like I’ll enjoy the reread.
I’m going to finally get to this! Hopefully.
I am very curious about the Hunger Games comparisons. This book sounds really dark and bloody, and I’m weirdly looking forward to that.