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Read Your Bookcase
Let's face it - there are so many series (what's the plural of series?) out there. It's hard to finish them all. Sometimes I don't even start a series because I know I don't have time to read them all.
So here is a list of series and why I did or didn't finish them.
Did Not Finish
Oh, Twilight. I read spoilers about this book in Entertainment Weekly, and I decided then and there that I didn't need to read it. It was too long and it sounded crazy. That was enough for me. Not enough time. After a while, I felt like I should read it, but then everything went crazy with the movies. After that, I was tired of it.
I liked the first book in this series, but the second one just was long and not as good. I saw Emerald Green came out and felt like I had to finish the series. Then I decided that since I felt like I had to finish, I should skip it because clearly, I didn't want to read it. There are so many other books out there that I am more excited to read. I'll start with those.
I wasn't a big fan of this book at all, so I won't read any of the rest. Easy decision.
On the other hand, I read all 25 books in this series. It was so much fun to see a modern Nancy Drew and find out what she would be like in college. I have the first three in the series. I used to wish that I had all of them, but that's a lot of books. It's probably for the best that I don't have them.
I liked the Ruby Oliver books, and they were short. Mission accomplished!
I have every intention of finishing and loving The Mortal Instruments, but it always seems like I have too much other stuff to read that has a due date. It makes me sad. I feel like I'm missing something awesome. You'd think that would be enough for me to move it up my priority list. But it's not, I guess.
I'm so excited to finish the Alice series. I only have a handful left! I started reading them when I was younger, but they kind of outgrew me. When I was old enough to appreciate them, I was too busy to read them. They're all just as good now as they were then!
Like The Mortal Instruments, I haven't gotten to the rest of the Jessica Darling books. I actually really liked Second Helpings. But here I am, stuck at Charmed Thirds. You see, the problem is there are too many books.
I want to read ALL OF THESE BOOKS NOW, I CAN'T WAIT I HOPE THERE ARE A TON!