Ten Fantasy Series I Need to Catch Up On or Finish | #TopTenTuesday 364

Wow it is already December Top Ten Tuesday people! The last month of the year where we go into the normal wrap up top ten tuesday posts. Which is always fun. For today however Jana (from That Artsy Reader Girl) has given us a freebie topic. And that is always hard to fill up.

But not for me this time! In November there was the topic of series you wanted to start, catch up to or finish. Now I created a Sci-Fi edition because it was Sci-Fi month. I knew however that I wanted to do a fantasy addition as well. With this freebie that worked out really well.

I could sit here and pretend these are all going to be goals for net year but we all know who I am, right?

The Invisible Library by Genevieve Cogman

Status: Complete (I think)
Amount of Books: 8
Read: 5

Mercedes Thompson by Patricia Briggs

Status: Publishing
Amount of Books: 13
Read: 10

The Scholomance by Naomi Novik

Status: Complete
Amount of Books: 3
Read: 2

Hell’s Library by A.J. Hackwith

Status: Complete
Amount of Books: 3
Read: 2

A Magical Bookshop Mystery by Amanda Flower

Status: Publishing
Amount of Books: 5
Read: 4

The Trialls of Apollo by Rick Riordan

Status: Complete
Amount of Books: 5
Read: 4

The Poppy War by R.F. Kuang

Status: Complete
Amount of Books: 3
Read: 2

Tess of the Road by Rachel Hartman

Status: Complete?
Amount of Books: 2
Read: 1

Raybearer by Jordan Ifueko

Status: Complete
Amount of Books: 2
Read: 1

La Passe-Miroir by Christelle Dabois

Status: Complete
Amount of Books: 4
Read: 2

42 thoughts on “Ten Fantasy Series I Need to Catch Up On or Finish | #TopTenTuesday 364

    1. Tess of the Road is the first book (but a companion to the Seraphina duology). The second book only came out earlier this year and I’m not sure if it was completed or not. Rachel Hartman doesn’t always share much about that. πŸ˜‰

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  1. I am nodding along as I read your list. Yep, need to catch up on that one and that one. Oh, and that one and that one too. Then you have a couple on your list I haven’t started but want to. I am working on catching up with Cogman’s series at the moment. Great idea for a topic this week!

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  2. The Trials of Apollo is one that I enjoyed reading, and struggled with reading the last book in the series. Not because it was bad, but because I didn’t want the series (or the chance to be in the PJO) to end. Thankfully, Riordan has announced a couple of new books for next year that are not in a series but are still part of the same universe. YAY!

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  3. Ooh, I’m digging the new look of the site, Annemieke! 😍 Great choice of topic for today’s freebie. So many of these are series I want to start reading but a few are to finish as well. I’m re-starting TPW next year and then will immediately continue to finish the series! It’s gonna happen πŸ˜‚ I hope you continue to enjoy these books when you get to them!

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  4. I can definitely tell you that The Scholomance, Hell’s Library, and The Poppy War were three series that I fell in love with. I’ve still got to read the second Raybearer book, and Moon Called is on my TBR!

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  5. I have heard quite a few good things about Hell’s Library, and I keep seeing The Poppy War on other’s lists as well, these may be series I need to look into. Good luck on finishing.

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  6. I only read the first books of both The Invisible Library series and The Poppy War trilogy as I didn’t really like either book so I felt no desire to continue. I also dropped off after the third Trials of Apollo book and haven’t really felt a desire to go back, I feel like I’ve outgrown Rick Riordan’s books (though I do think I will still read the new Percy Jackson adventure for old time’s sake!).
    My TTT: https://jjbookblog.wordpress.com/2022/12/07/top-ten-tuesday-397/

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