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Top Ten Series I'd Like To Start But Haven't Yet
(pssst like 8 of these are already all on my shelf waiting to be read or I have the first book :))
1. Song of Ice and Fire by George R.R. Martin
(I have the first 2)
I think this one really goes without saying! I have only seen clips of the tv series - I want to read the books before I see the series (yes, I am one of those 'that's not how it was in the book' kind of people ;)) - and it all looks EPIC!
PS - I think I am going to turn out to be a Sandor/Sansa lover. Just saying...
2. Lily Bard Mysteries by Charlaine Harris
(I have them all *faints*)
Soooooo these were being sold nice and cheap by the Book People so I have had the whole series on my shelf for *cough* and embarrassingly loooooong time.
It seemed like a good idea at the time and I was going though a crime phase.
3. Dragon Slippers by Jessica Day George
(I have them all - 3 of them :))
Woohoo. I love me some dragons! And dragon stories with a girl as the main character are even better!
4. Doona by Anne McCaffrey
(I have the 3 of them)
I just stumbled across this series by accident when I was checking out Anne McCaffrey's back-list.
5. Fire Dancer by Ann Maxwell
I was going through an Anne McCaffrey phase but I wasn't in an Anne McCaffrey mood and so I ended up with all of these instead. Of course, by the time they dropped through the letter box I had moved onto something else. Still, I can't wait to get stuck into them when I get the chance.
6. Series of Unfortunate Events by Lemony Snicket
I was in search of something to replace the How to Train Your Dragon series after I finished book 10 and thought I would give this a try :)
7. Parasol Protectorate Series by Gail Carrigar
This is a series that a friend of mine has been going on, and on, and one about for years but I kept smiling and nodding my head when she talked about it and then putting it out of my head - vamps etc aren't really my thing. But after becoming just a little but addicted to Kresley Cole's Series I figured I would give them a shot.
I have a feeling this is going to be a book I will be kicking myself for not picking up sooner.
Now it is time for books I don't have. Phew!
8. The Dark Tower by Stephen King
9. Lords of the Underworld by Gena Showalter
10. The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkein
Ok, break over and back to painting and furniture shifting.
Tatty Bye! :)