Unfinished series… Which one first?

Okay, so as you know (or maybe not, but you do now), I had a massive reader slump in 2019. Nothing spoke to me, and there were a multitude of books I started and stopped, multiple times. Over the last 6 months or so my “revisit later” Goodreads bookshelf grew exponentially.

I even lost my drive for beloved ongoing series!

Which brings me to the point of this very brief post. I need to decide which ones are worth picking back up and which ones are duds. Who better to ask than my friends out here in the book blogosphere!

Here are the list of books that I want to read, but I can’t seem to prioritize. I’m ready for all your thoughts and ideas, and especially your advice. Which ones were your favorite? Please try to help me feel my excitement again.



I want to finish these series!

Help me make it happen!

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23 Responses

  1. I haven’t actually read any of the books on your list (yet) but I’ve been recommended by more than two people to start reading the Arc of Scythe series!
    Or if you’re still having trouble choosing one. Write them all down on a seperate pieces of paper, scrunch them up, put them in a hat/cup etc. and choose one at random?

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  2. Sonia @ The Book Wielding Harpie

    I feel your pain. The amount of books/series I have not finished is so big that I don’t even try to keep track of it.
    Anyway, Most of the books you listed I haven’t read (although they are on my list) but, if you need prioritizing I’d say to finish the trilogies you only have last book first, then move into Thunderhead and The Toll (my friends raved it quite the bit). I loved Sapphire Flames, but since next book only comes out later in the year, you have time.

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  3. 2019 was not a great reading year for me either. I felt like I spent more time in a slump than not. I haven’t read any on your list but I have heard great things about all of them. I hope 2020 is a better reading year for you. 😀

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