Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Series I’ve Been Meaning to Start but Haven’t Yet

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Each week there is a new topic for bloggers to choose and list their top ten. This week’s theme is Top Ten Series I’ve Been Meaning to Start but Haven’t Yet.

No matter how hard I try, or how many books I read, I can never seem to make a dent in my TBR list. So it’s no surprise there are tons of series I’ve yet to get around to, even more than the ten I featured for this week’s theme. Hopefully, at the very least, I’ll be able to start these series soon because they’re all ones I want to read before this year is up.


Top Ten Tuesday #70

Top Ten Series I’ve Been Meaning to Start but Haven’t Yet

Across the Universe Series

Across the Universe by Beth Revis

I haven’t really heard much about this series, at least not in terms of reviews, so I really have no idea whether it’s widely regarded as a good trilogy or a bad one. However I need to add more sci-fi books to my to-read list, and the blurb for the first book was certainly interesting enough to grab my attention.


The Spinster Club Series

The Spinster Club by Holly Bourne

This was a series I picked up in preparation for YALC last year, however unlike Across the Universe this is a series I’ve heard plenty of beyond amazing things about. Recently I’ve been in a little bit of a contemporary slump but hopefully I’ll be coming out of that soon and I can get started on this trilogy soon.


Unwind Dystology

Unwind Dystology by Neal Shusterman

Before Scythe was released I wasn’t aware of what books Neal Shusterman was known for, and though I’d seen the Unwind Dystology around I never really check it out. That was apparently a big mistake on my part because the second I read the blurb for the first book I knew I just had to read the series.


Delirium Series

Delirium by Lauren Oliver

I’ve seen Delirium loads of times in my local Waterstones, but was never really interested enough to pick it up and check out the blurb. Another mistake on my part because since blogging I’ve heard some amazing things about Lauren Oliver and I loved her latest release, Replica, so of course I had to add her other books to my to-read list.


Summoner Series

Summoner by Taran Matharu

While at YALC last year I sat in one of Taran Matharu’s panels, and after hearing him describe his series I was hooked and went, there and then, to buy his first and second book. I still haven’t read them, or the third which has now been released but as Matharu is going to be at YALC again this year I have until the end of July to get through the trilogy.


The Australia Trilogy

The Australia Trilogy by James Smythe

This was another series I picked up at YALC, hooked just from the way the author described his book. The Australia trilogy is another sci-fi series, again sorely needed on my to-read list, and although I’m not sure whether James Smythe is going to be at YALC again this year I’d like to have finished his series by then as well.


Dune Series

Dune by Frank Herbert

Not only is this another sci-fi series on my to-read list, but Dune is also a book I picked up at YALC this year and have yet to get around to. I really need to sort out my YALC to-read list because it seems like most of the books I discovered there I’ve yet to get around to.


The 5th Wave Series

The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey

This series was recommended to me by one of my best friends after she read the first book and fell in love with the story. This is someone who doesn’t normally recommend books, in fact the last book she recommended was Red Rising, so I know The 5th Wave is likely going to be amazing.


The Infernal Devices

The Infernal Devices by Cassandra Clare

While I am slowly making my way through Cassandra Clare’s Shadowhunter books, The Infernal Devices has been a series on my to-read list since before the first book in the trilogy was even released. So a very long time now. I’ve heard nothing but great things about The Infernal Devices books so I really can’t wait to get started on them.


Stalking Jack the Ripper Series

Stalking Jack the Ripper by Kerri Maniscalco

Sometimes when you read a blurb or see a review you find yourself wondering whether a book has been written solely with you in mind; that’s how well it fits your reading preferences. Stalking Jack the Ripper is that book for me. I need to get around to this series because it has so much I love but rarely see in books.


So what do you think? Did you take part in this week’s Top Ten Tuesday, if so let me know what some of the series you’ve been meaning to start but haven’t yet are.

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90 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Series I’ve Been Meaning to Start but Haven’t Yet

  1. Fantastic list, Beth! I’ve started Across the Universe and Delirium but I don’t intend to finish either of them. They didn’t really hold my attention, but hopefully the same is not for you! I’d love to see what you think of them once you begin. I’m determined to start the Summoner series, as well! Once I read the blurb a few months ago, I was hooked. They sound so interesting! I liked the 5th Wave trilogy up until the third book (which was a disaster to me). I really hope you enjoy the series though. Stalking Jack the Ripper was fantastic. Just the right mix of gore and mystery I thought haha. And the Infernal Devices is BRILLIANT. I’m sure you’ll love them. Really looking forward to your reviews on those! 😀

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    1. Thanks so much Azia! 🙂 That’s a shame about Across the Universe and Delirium, both are series I’ve had on my to-read list for a little while now and I’m still interested enough in the blurbs to keep them on my TBR list so hopefully I’ll enjoy them at least a little.
      Yeah the Summoner series sounds amazing, I’m not sure why I haven’t started it yet but I really need to get around to it soon. Oh there have been series I really enjoyed until the last book let it down, so I get what you mean when it comes to The 5th Wave.
      You’re making me even more excited to get around to Stalking Jack the Ripper than I was before, same with TID as well actually! 😀 ❤

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  2. Oooh yes so many of these are on my TBR as well!! I’ve been meaning to read the Unwind dystology and the Across the Universe series. OH but The Infernal Devices series are AMAZING, oh my gosh I am so excited for you to read those books!! ❤❤ So many books, not enough time! 😳🙈

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    1. In that case I hope you manage to get around to these books soon Analee, and I hope you really enjoy them as well. 🙂 I’ve heard that about TID from so many people now, my expectations are sky high and I can’t wait to start it.
      Ha, that’s pretty much my motto at the moment! 😀 ❤

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  3. Unwind was such a good book! It was very dark but in the best way possible. I read it a few years ago and remember really loving it. I haven’t continued the series though, I have no idea why. Though I’m also not that bothered by it, as I have a feeling that the first book can work as a standalone as well. 😀 I may continue it in the future, we shall see.
    I’m very exited for you to read The Infernal Devices, after all that’s one of my favourite trilogies ever! 🙂 I enjoyed those books a lot more than The Mortal Instruments (though I have only read the first two in that series). Great list Beth! ❤ 😀

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    1. I’ve been hearing a lot of great things about Unwind actually, and about Neal Shusterman in general. Hopefully I’ll be able to get around to it soon but that’s interesting about feeling the first book could work as a standalone, I vaguely recall someone else saying something like that about Unwind.
      I feel like after posting this I need to try and get around to it soon! Honestly it probably will be soon, maybe August time, possibly September at the latest depending on my to-read list for those months.
      Thanks so much Anna! 😀 ❤

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  4. I’ve actually read Across the Universe and rather liked it, though upon further reflection it’s (personally) nothing super special and can be quite predictable. Still, I think it’s quite a fast-paced, interesting sci-fi series – one that you’d likely enjoy if you don’t look at it too closely, if that makes sense. 😂

    I’m probably not the best at judging sci-fi, though – my standards are I think relatively low for anything to do with alien invasions and space travel as I just have a weakness for them. I also kind of enjoyed The Fifth Wave, though I didn’t continue on with the series.

    I’m also really curious about Holly Bourne’s The Spinster Club series! The books just look super fun and perhaps something that can help me feel more… ah, interested, haha.

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    1. Yeah I’ve been hearing things like that about Across the Universe since posting this, but as long as it’s an overall enjoyable read I’ll still hopefully try and get around to it soon, and hopefully I’ll enjoy it as well. I guess not every book can be completely and breathtakingly amazing.
      I haven’t read much sci-fi so my standards are probably low for the genre too. I’m generally happy with anything set in space. 🙂 Oh do you think you’ll carry on the series one day or is it a case of not being interested at the moment?
      I’ve heard some good things about Holly Bourne, and her Spinster Club series. It does look like a lot of fun and if you decide to pick it up I hope you enjoy it Reg! 😀 ❤

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      1. Yeees, exactly! I liked the concept enough to enjoy the story, and though there was definitely some places where I needed to suspend disbelief, overall that series was enjoyable for me.

        As for the Fifth Wave, I’m 100% sure I won’t be continuing with it. It’s just been too long since I read the first book and my interest has totally waned, haha. Never say never, I suppose, but I’ve got no real plans on ever doing it. 😛

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      2. Hmm, I’ll have to give it a go and see what I think then. It sounds like it will be enjoyable and in the end that’s what I look for in books.
        Oh that’s a shame I guess, but if you’re not interested then I guess no point picking up a series you don’t want to read. If you ever do go back to it I hope you enjoy it. 🙂

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  5. So many of these are on my TBR as well and I really can’t wait to get started on reading them! Am I Normal Yet? I have read and I loved it so so much, I’m surprised I haven’t gotten onto the rest of the books yet! It was a rollercoaster of emotions and I hope you enjoy that booka nd all the books when you get to reading them! ❤

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    1. In that case I hope you manage to get around to them soon as well. Oh I’m glad to hear that about Am I Normal Yet? I haven’t checked out many reviews for Holly Bourne’s books but I know a lot of people have loved them. Hopefully you’ll find the time to pick up the rest of that series soon as well! 😀

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  6. Yes to basically all of these! I have had the unwind dystology on my TBR for a while now and I have heard some amazing things! So I clearly need to pick them up! Same goes for Delirium! The summoner series was a more recent find, but one I still need to get to! I’m working my way through Clare’s books and picked up City of Glass last night! The TID series is going to come after that 🙂 Also Stalking Jack the Ripper! I really really really need to get to that! I absolutely love the cover and I have heard some amazing things and it was an anticipated release of mine before it came out, I just haven’t gotten a copy yet! :-O

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    1. Since posting this I’ve have pretty much heard non-stop amazing things about Neal Shusterman. I need to get around to his books even sooner now and I hope you really enjoy them as well Lauren, same with Delirium as well! 🙂
      I’m hoping to get around to TID soon, and oh that’s great news, I really hope you enjoy City of Glass.
      It’s definitely a gorgeous cover, and I have high hopes the story itself will be just as amazing. I need to get around to buying a copy as well so you’re not the only one there! 😀

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  7. BETH!!!! I’m SO going to scream at you daily now until you pick up the Delirium series ahha. It’s one of my favorite series of ALL times and if you liked Replica, I think you’d love this one as well. I am so impatient for you to read it! ❤ ❤
    (Also, sorry. I was definitely not screaming here. just, mostly excited about it all ahah)

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    1. It may make me pick up the series faster! 🙂 I’ve added it to my summer TBR list so sometime July August maybe. After the things people have been saying in the comments both the Delirium series and TID have shot up my TBR list. 🙂
      I definitely liked Replica, and I have some high hopes for Delirium now as well! 😀
      Ha, that’s all right, I get excited about books like this all the time. ❤

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  8. I saw Delirium and almost melted because that is absolutely one of my all time favorite series by Lauren Oliver. Ugh, I just find it so amazing and since Oliver is a New Yorker, she really hits the setting spot on. I really hope you like that one.
    The Infernal Devices is another trilogy that’s just so worthy to be read. I marathoned that one I think all in one week. I loved it more than the first three in the TMI series. The characters, the plot, the steampunk victorian elements…omg amazing!!! I cannot wait to hear what you think about this trilogy in particular.
    Stalking Jack the Ripper is also on my list! I am surprised that I missed that in my own TTT lol. The first book and second one that is now coming out sound right up my alley like you! I hope we both enjoy this one. I have heard amazing things for Across the Universe and Uniwind Dystology. Good luck to you and I hope you get to all of them one day! I think we all want to make huge dents on our TBRs lol.

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    1. Well I loved her Replica book so I have high hopes for Delirium, and hearing how much you loved it as well is just making me even more excited to finally get around to it.
      TID is one I’ve have pretty much been hearing non-stop praise for. Honestly at the moment my expectations are sky high for these books and I’m getting more and more excited to get around to them.
      I may try and read Stalking Jack the Ripper around the same time the second book is released, that way I can binge read both books because I feel like it’s a series I’m guaranteed to love! I hope you enjoy this one as well Gretchen. 🙂
      Thanks, I feel like I’m going to need all the luck I can get to tackle my TBR list, but then again I feel like we’re all in the same boat when it comes to this issue. 🙂 ❤

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      1. I seriously cannot wait for you to get to Delirium lol! I am happy you loved Replica because I’m sure you will like Delirium too!
        TID is definitely worth the hype! I will be keeping my fingers crossed for you. I also plan on reading Stalking Jack the Ripper before the second book as well, because just like you, binging!!!
        And we are definitely on the same boat Beth, the never ending boat of loving books and adding more fantastic books in the endless ocean of TBR ❤

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      2. I’ve moved it up my to-read list after some of the comments I got on this post, hopefully I’ll be able to read it July/August time maybe?
        Ohh, slowly getting more and more excited for TID now. Yeah I feel like Stalking Jack the Ripper is going to be a series I want to binge! 🙂

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  9. I’ve had the unwind series on my shelves for the longest time but I haven’t picked it up yet! Across the Universe was a different and interesting read. I liked it but didn’t think it blew me away. I plan to continue with the series though

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    1. It’s a recent add to my to-read list mainly because I’ve heard nothing but amazing things about Neal Shusterman’s books. Oh that’s a shame about Across the Universe but at least you enjoyed it somewhat. Hopefully the rest of the series will be a little better for you! 🙂

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    1. Plenty of people have said the same thing about TID books, and I’ve heard amazing things about all of Neal Shusterman’s books as well. Oh that’s a shame about Delirium and The 5th Wave, but yeah I’m still holding out hope for both series. 🙂
      Thanks Mikaela! 😀 ❤

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  10. I really enjoyed the Delirium trilogy – even though some people hate the ending – and I hope you enjoy it! There’s a lot of criticism for that trilogy and it’s pretty old too, so it’s nice to see someone interested in it! I hope you love all the series you’ve mentioned here!

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    1. Oh, I’ve only really heard from people who loved the series, but I guess not everyone loves the same books. I’m hoping I’ll be someone who loves the series as well. I really enjoyed Replica by Lauren Oliver so I have high hopes for Delirium as well. 🙂

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  11. I think we can all agree that this is one TTT that we could probably never be short of answers for… 😛 That aside, I’m so surprised to see Dune on here!! 😮 That’s one huge sci-fi classic I’ll definitely be intrigued to see your thoughts for! What made you pick it up at YALC? 😀

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    1. Ha, no I could have easily done top 100 for this week’s topic! 😀 It seems like a really iconic book, and I want to try and get around to it soon. I think I was just curious, I was looking for sci-fi recs and someone mentioned it as a sci-fi classic and I just couldn’t resist! 🙂

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  12. Oh man. You make me wish I lived in London– YALC sounds *awesome*!

    Across the Universe wasn’t really my jam, honestly. But, I was looking for something a bit more… relatable, I guess. It just didn’t give me what I was looking for. But so many people I know love it!

    I haven read Dune yet, either! It intimidates me. But, Jules Verne’s Extraordinary Adventures is on my TTT today– also intimidating. 😋

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    1. YALC is definitely awesome, and if you ever find yourself in London it would be well worth going as well. 🙂
      Oh that’s a shame, but I don’t mind unrelatable books, I read a lot of fantasy so that comes as a given I guess. I’ve heard plenty of good things about it yeah.
      In that case I hope you enjoy both those books, Dune is a little intimidating to me as well but I’ll get around to it one day! 😀

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  13. You are not the only one, Beth! I have most of the books on your list and I just can’t get myself to start on them. It’s either I’ve read the first book and wasn’t that impressed, or I just don’t have the interest anymore!

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    1. No I think everyone on here has to have pretty epic TBR lists, part of the downfalls of being a book blogger right? 🙂 Oh that is a shame, but I guess if a book remains on your TBR list for long enough eventually you’re just going to lose interest aren’t you? 🙂

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  14. I really need to start The Infernal Devices too! I read The Mortal Instruments a LONG time ago and enjoyed them, so considering that TID receives even more praise I’d really like to read it. I’m concerned I might need to reread TMI though, since I forgot everything about how the world of the Shadowhunters works and stuff like that, lol.
    Here’s my TTT!
    http://penandparchment.org/top-ten-tuesday-series-ive-been-meaning-to-start-but-havent/

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    1. It’s almost insane how much more praise TID series has when compared to TMI books.
      I’m in the process of re-reading Clare’s works because it was a long long time ago that I read her first three books. I have the first three read and will be moving onto TID shortly and I think it will help. Kind of refreshes your mind on the characters and what happens and everything.
      Thanks for the link, I’ll definitely check out your TTT! 😀

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  15. ALL THESE COVERS ARE STUNNING?! Seriously this list is so pretty XD I have the Holloy Borne books on my TBR too but haven’t bought them yet, I always go to when I’m at the bookstore and end up putting them off even with all the amazing hype around them 🙂

    I enjoyed TID so much more then TMI so I hope you love it! Cassie releases so many books it’s hard to catch up but her world is so much fun to dive back into. Hope you love all of these ❤

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    1. Oh they really are aren’t they? You can probably guess just looking at them the main reason most of these were added to my to-read list! 😀 Part of me feels the same way about Holly Bourne, I have the books but for some reason whenever I go to pick them up I just end up putting them off as well.
      Plenty of people have been saying that about TID, and I really enjoyed TMI books that I’ve read so far so I’m getting more and more excited for TID. 🙂
      Thanks so much, I hope so too! ❤

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  16. Oh, I have been wanting to read the Unwind dystology since I read Scythe! (Which was amazing omg.) I actually checked it out… but got distracted by other books. XD It sounds SO good though — the premise is so cool. And I read Challenger Deep, also by Neal, and it was amazing! So I need to catch up on his books. XD

    Delirium… I really want to read this! I’ve read all of Lauren Oliver’s books except for this. Everything was okayish (I really didn’t like Panic though), so I’m hoping Delirium will be better for me! Plus it has a great premise as well. 😛

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    1. I haven’t even read Scythe yet! But I’ve heard amazing things about Neal Shusterman’s books so I need to try and get around to them all, and sooner rather than later too. It really does sound good, and if I enjoy the first of Neal’s books I decide to pick up I’ll likely binge all his other releases as well.
      I’ve heard some good things about Delirium, and people seem to love Lauren Oliver in general so my hopes are high. I hope you enjoy that series as well May, better than Panic at the very least! 😀

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      1. Ah, Neal’s books are great! I’m definitely looking forward to reading his other novels.

        Yeah, I heard good things about Delirium as well! The cover you have in your post is SOOO much better than the cover with the lady though haha!

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  17. TID is currently my favorite Shadowhunters series. So good! Delirium was good, but the last book left me a little wanting. I have been wanting to start the Spinster books. They sound like something I would love.
    Sam @ WLABB

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    1. I’ve heard that from so many people so far, it just makes me more and more excited to get around to it myself. Oh that’s a shame about Delirium, but it seems like you enjoyed the rest of the series right? Yeah the Spinster books sound amazing, and there’s plenty of good things about them floating around too. 🙂

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  18. You have some good picks…and some that I’ve been meaning to get to as well. I’ve been wanting read the Neal Shusterman and Lauren Oliver series for a while. The Smythe series looks interesting too.

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    1. Thanks so much, and here’s hoping we get around to some of the books that have been on our TBR lists for ages now right? 🙂 I’ve heard great things about both Neal Shusterman and Lauren Oliver, hopefully they’ll both live up to the hype, and yeah I can’t wait to get started on Smythe’s books too! 😀

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  19. I read the Delirium trilogy… I can’t remember if I really enjoyed it or not, ha! But I did like them, not my favourite since clearly I can’t even remember! 😛 The only thing I’ve read by Neal Shusterman was his Skinjacker trilogy and that was sooooo gooooood! I highly recommend it! 🙂
    And as always, enjoy reading the Infernal Devices! 🙂

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    1. I have books like that, that I enjoyed but clearly not that much because I can’t remember much about them now. Still I need to try and get around to the Delirium series soon. 🙂 Oh I’ve heard great things about all his books, most recently Scythe so I’ll likely pick that one up first.
      Ha, yeah based on what people have said so far I’m bound to love the Infernal Devices. 😀

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      1. Ha! Good to know I’m not alone in that. I kind of feel bad for not remembering what the premise of the book was, all I know is it’s something I’ll definitely only read once.
        Oh I’ve heard good things about that too! Although I’m undecided if I’ll put it on my tbr.
        🙂

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  20. I kind of forgot to check out any of this month’s prompts for T10T which sucks because I would’ve definitely loved to do this one – might have to do that in the future! You definitely have a great list of books and I’ve heard of quite a few of them! I seem to remember the Across The Universe trilogy being EVERYWHERE when I first discovered the online book community a couple of years ago! I had it on my TBR up until recently too, but I’d lost interest in it since adding it, so I took it off for now.

    The Infernal Devices is definitely the kind of series I would make everyone read because I just love it so much (I’m currently reading the trilogy for the third time!) and feel like everyone needs to read it!

    Also, those new covers for the Delirium trilogy are SO PRETTY.

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    1. There’s nothing to stop you from doing this prompt in the future, and I’d love to see what books/series you still have on your TBR list Swetlana. I’m really excited about next week’s prompt because there are so many books I can feature for that one! 😀
      Thanks so much, here’s hoping I enjoy these books as much as I think I will in that case. Oh that’s a shame about Across the Universe, but yeah there doesn’t seem to be much about it at the moment.
      I feel like everyone feels the same way about the Infernal Devices series, I really need to read it soon and see what I’m missing.
      They really are aren’t they? These are the ones I’ll try and get when I get around to buying the series! 😀

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  21. You will not be disappointed by The Unwind Dystology. It is awesome. And a little scary if you think about it. Across the Universe made my list too. I didn’t know, when I read A World Without You, that Revis was the author of the Across the Universe series. It’s since been moved up on my TBR. Happy reading!

    Eli @ the (book) supplier
    My TTT

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    1. Yeah I’ve heard plenty of great things about Neal Shusterman’s books so I can’t wait to get started on them. I haven’t even read A World Without You, but if I enjoy Across the Universe I’ll have to add it to my to-read list as well. I hope you enjoy the series when you get around to it too.
      Thanks, and thanks for the link as well, I’ll definitely check out your TTT! 😀

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  22. I loved the Delirium series, and Infernal Devices of course 🙂 I’ve heard about the Spinster trilogy but wasn’t sure if it was any good, I’ll have to check it out now! And I’m coming back any time I need a YA sci fi rec, because there just aren’t enough out there and I need to know about more of them 🙂

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    1. There seems to be a huge fandom for both the Delirium series and the Infernal Deices series, it just makes me more determined to get around to both and see what I’m missing. 🙂 I’ve heard some good things about the Spinster trilogy, I met Holly Bourne at YALC last year so I feel I need to read her trilogy soon at the very least.
      Oh I need to know about more YA sci-fi books too, I definitely agree there aren’t enough out there! 😀

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    1. So I have, and just about Neal Shusterman’s books in general. Here’s hoping they live up to the hype right?
      These are the UK ones, or one version of the UK ones. When I get around to buying this series they’ll be the covers I try and get because yeah they’re really gorgeous! 🙂

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  23. EPIC list Beth! I LOVE The infernal Devices trilogy more than I love the entire series, fave characters & setting. Across the Universe, Stalking Jack the Ripper and the Summoner series are also at the very top of my TBR. Just sitting here wishing for more hours in the day just so that I can read them all LOL! I hope you enjoy them all when you get around to them <3!

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    1. Thanks so much Lilly! 😀 I’ve heard so many amazing things about The Infernal Devices trilogy, and it seems like plenty of people prefer that of all the series Cassandra Clare has written.
      In that case I hope you manage to get around to them soon then, god I could really do with more hours in the day as well. Think how much reading we’d be able to get done if there were! 😀
      Thanks so much Lilly, I hope you enjoy the ones on your TBR list as well. 🙂 ❤

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    1. Yeah it’s a little intimating to me as well, a combination of the series being so huge, the first book being so long, and all the hype surrounding it. I’ve heard a few good things, enough that I’m sure I’ll love it when I get around to it. 🙂 Hopefully you will as well Sarah.

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