TTT: Series That I Don’t Plan On Finishing

Top ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by Jana over at That Artsy Reader. This weeks prompt is “Series That I Don’t Plan On Finishing”. I had some trouble thinking of my answers for this one, so I stuck to 5 instead of 10. What are some series you don’t plan on finishing?

1. Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland series by Lewis Carroll

I know this entry may upset some people, but these books were just too wacky and nightmare fueled for my adult self. I may have enjoyed them as a kid (though I don’t believe I would have) but this series is one I don’t plan on finishing in the future.

223285462. The Red Queen series by Victoria Aveyard

The heroine was not my favorite, and I thought the storyline relied on tropes that I have seen done multiple times before. After reading so many books with a similar storyline I don’t really feel the need to continue on with this series.

3. The Selection series by Kiera Cass

I believe everyone who has read this series agrees that it should have ended after book 3. After reading book 4, I made the decision to not continue on with the series that I had previously enjoyed.

4. The Forest of Hands and Teeth series by Carrie Ryan6518042

Zombies aren’t my thing (I’m terrified of the prospect of them), and neither are questionable unhappy endings. While I enjoyed the story while I was reading, I don’t see myself continuing on with the series.

5. Delirium series by Lauren Oliver

I didn’t really feel connected to the characters in this series which is why I don’t think I’ll be continuing on (plus its been so long since I read the first one I kind of forget what it’s about haha).

8 thoughts on “TTT: Series That I Don’t Plan On Finishing

  1. Despite all of the negative thoughts on The Selection series, I still have to read the spin off duo and The One! I enjoyed books one and two so I’m hopeful the rest of the series will continue to be good reads. But I know the feeling of no longer being interested in a series. When this happens, it’s always best to simply walk away. 🙂

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  2. I’m glad you left Delirium because I HATED it. There was a time when I couldn’t leave series unfinished and unfortunately read Delirium then. I read it all and I hate it. Good decision abandoning that.

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