Today I've chosen to participate in Top 5 Tuesday, originally hosted by BionicBookworm, now hosted by MeeghanReads!
This week's theme is: Series I Need to Finish
So I started putting this list together and realized that I have finished almost none of the series I put on this list year. Big fail for me, haha. Fortunately for all of us, I am apparently not even close to being a completist and read a lot of series and have plenty of other unfinished series to feature on this list for this year, so let's check them out! I would also like to appreciate how cohesive each series is with their covers, they really did a great job with all of them. If you want to see what series I've also failed to finish from last year, you can check out last year's post here.
Chronicles of the Bitch Queen by K.S. Villoso
I read the first two around their respective publication dates, but when the third book arrived at my door apparently something in my brain said, "wow, that's huge, better procrastinate on that," and I've yet to pick it up. I really want to finish this trilogy, though, so I would love to get to it this year.
Prince of Nothing series by R. Scott Bakker
I'm including this one on this year's list even though I also had it on last year's because I actually really want to finish this series. I would say this is probably one of my highest priorities to finish, so let's see if I can actually do it.
The Divide by J.S. Dewes
I enjoyed The Last Watch so much that I'm almost legitimately mad at myself for not reading the sequel yet. I literally just finished an ARC of Dewes' upcoming March release, Rubicon, and I still haven't finished the previous duology that I supposedly really love. I will get to it this year.
Kingdom of Grit by Tyler Whitesides
I finally got around to re-reading the first book in this trilogy last year via audiobook and it was so much fun! I forgot how fun this series was and now I'm really keen to finally get around to finishing it.
Teixcalaan series by Arkady Martine
I think I've been hesitant to pick up the sequel to A Memory Called Empire because I already feel a little fuzzy on the detail of this space opera duology, and I feel like I'd miss out on a lot if I'm not aware of all the complexities present in the world... so hopefully I can gather the courage to read it this year. Maybe.
Have you read any of these series (or started them?) What series are you hoping to finish? Let me know!