1. Paranormalcy by Kiersten White – I read the first book in the series, but lost momentum (and interest) after that. I doubt I’ll go back to it.
2. The Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place by Maryrose Wood – The Mysterious Howling (the first book in this series) was hilarious and mysterious and clever. In other words? Fun. I need to go back and read books #2 and #3 – will do as soon as I have a moment to think.
3. Delirium by Lauren Oliver – I was completely unimpressed by Oliver’s YA dystopian novel. You couldn’t pay me to read the rest. Harsh? Yes. True? Also yes.
4. The Wolves of Mercy Falls by Maggie Stiefvater – I didn’t have feelings either way about Shiver, and that was the trouble. I didn’t have feelings. Doesn’t inspire one to pick up the rest of the books, that’s for sure.
5. Curse Workers by Holly Black – This is a case of wanting to savor the final book in a series… and waiting a smidge too long. Now I’m going to put it off until I can reread the first couple of books. Which will happen… soon?
6. Théâtre Illuminata by Lisa Mantchev – I honestly don’t know what my problem is with this series. I adored Eyes Like Stars, and I have the second sitting on my shelf. I need a weekend of fairy magic and sweets!
7. Space Trilogy by C.S. Lewis – Oh, this series takes me back! To my freshman year of college. I went through the first two books in the series, but never finished That Hideous Strength. I think it’s going to remain That Hideously Unfinished Series.
8. The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan – I did not like the first book in this series. Not. At. All. The heroine was too stupid to live, really. The only thing that makes me feel marginally better about this series is that Ryan wrote a great short story that was included in the Zombies vs. Unicorns anthology.
9. The Demon’s Lexicon by Sarah Rees Brennan – Oh, Sarah Rees Brennan. You wrote a bizarre and awesome and hilarious debut. I NEED to read the rest of the series. Like, soon?! Soon. It’ll happen. Oh, there’s the 2nd in the series on my shelf! Perfect.
10. Chaos Walking by Patrick Ness – I was totally awed by Ness and his talent and the way The Knife of Never Letting Go skinned my heart and made me love it. But… I’ll admit that I’m a little afraid to read the rest of the series. It might just kill me. *gulp*
So, tell me: what are some series you haven’t finished?