Top 5 Wednesday: Series I Want to Start in 2015

5th - Sweet Evil by Wendy Higgins - YA Paranormal

I own the first book and I really like the idea of being tempted to Sin. It's a whole different spin on Paranormal and I've heard nothing but good things about it from my friends. I also happen to adore the covers.

4th - The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater - YA Paranormal

Stiefvater takes on Welsh Mythology in this 4 book series and I'm so excited to see what she does with it. The final book comes out sometime this year and I'm hoping to have read the first 3 before the last books release date. I will note that Steifvater changes Owain Glyndwr's name to Glendower, which I find a little offensive.

3rd - Half-Blood by Jennifer L Armentrout - YA Paranormal/Mythology

I've read Obsidian and Onyx by Jennifer L Armentrout and really enjoyed them, so I want to see what her other series are like. I'll also be starting White Hot Kiss this year as well.

2nd - The Immortal Rules by Julie Kagawa - YA Paranormal/Dystopian

I tried to read this book last year and really loved what I read. I was engrossed for those first 90 pages...until my fingers started to swell up. However, I'm so tempted to read them this year that nothing will stop me. I need to start somewhere with Vampires and I think this is my best option. I'll also be starting Talon and The Iron King by Julie Kagawa this year.

1st - Grave Mercy by Robin LaFevers - YA Historical/Fantasy

This trilogy follows three different characters and each character has their own book. If you don't know what they're about then buckle up because you're in for a surprise. The series follows 3 girls who are trained to be assassins by....Nuns. Yes, Nuns! I started to read the sample of this on iBooks and liked what I read.

What series do you plan on starting this year?
Let me know in the comments.

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  1. They all sound interesting! I mustn't buy any more books for a while though; need to catch up on my TBR pile.

    I plan to start reading Game of Thrones, The Mortal Instruments series, and the Throne of Glass series, among others. Before then, I want to finish the Discovery of Witches series and the Daughter of Smoke and Bone series. I'm also at the Book Two stage of several so want to ensure I don't lose the thread of those as well.

    48-hour days, anyone? ;)


    1. I LOVE A Discovery of Witches. The entire trilogy is incredible, and Deborah, the author, is so lovely in person.

      The Mortal Instruments I very fast-paced, I read the first 5 books in four days. Throne of Glass was an okay read for me, but I just got Sarah's new book that comes out this year from Bloomsbury and I'm so excited to read it!