Tuesday, 4 December 2018

TMST


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December 4th: What series that you tried this year will you continue?

Omg, this question is hard! Why, well I have read a LOT of books. Thank you Goodreads! Without you I would be lost.

Ok this is gonna takes ages, no pics!

War of the Rose Throne by Peter MacLean


The ages of Darkness by Stephen Aryan

The Legends of the first Empire by Micheal J Sullivan

Swords and Fire by Melissa Caruso

Sorcery and Society by Molly Harper

The wounded kingdom by Rj Barker

Helga Finnsdottir by Snorri Kristjansson

The legend of all wolves by Maria Vale
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There were more that I would be interested in but these are the top ones .D I must continue these! With the Vale one I have already read book 2. And with a few others I will be getting book 2s for xmas ;)


We finally got some "snow"


28 comments:

  1. I'm not sure I tried any new series.

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  2. Thanks for turning me on to some new series and awe so cute pic and congrats on the snow. I'll ship all that falls here to you this winter LOL

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  3. I would say Fallen Empire series by Grace Draven (new series, but I want more).

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  4. I agree that it is a hard one

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  5. hehehe your snow is nothing compared to what we got in early Nov. Damn November. Horrible month.

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  6. I think I need to check out the Molly Harper series, I think my daughter would enjoy it. Did you try Kill the Queen?

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    1. OH I am sure she would like it :D

      Nah, I am afraid I would think the heroine too YA

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  7. You read a lot of series!

    I don't really count romance series for myself because I can drop in ad out of them - even missing one or two without losing anything.

    I stuck with trilogies and that kind of thing and I'm super picky what I stick with now.

    Karen @ For What It's Worth

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    1. I seem to :D

      The romance ones are the same for me, I read some, I continue some years later. They are always there. And then there these fantasy ones that I have to read cos else you forget what they were about

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  8. Yay snow! We got some too, it lasted for a while but then the rain came and melted it. :(

    Looks like I'll have to check a few of these out- I need new series to try.

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  9. Yes I agree, series to continue is a tough one for sure. I would say the Demonica series by Larissa Ione.

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  10. I have Priest of Bones requested from the library. It looks so good!

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    1. I hope you will love it!!!! Read it at once!

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  11. I am glad you enjoyed Priest of Bones so much, I know you are picky with your grimdark books!

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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    1. Rapey grimdark books! Ugh. But this one did not feel at all like those :D

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  12. So many new to me series that I want to continue with for next year. I still need to start the Molly Harper series on your list.

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  13. Aww!! The baby in her snow gear!

    I want to read the new Molly Harper too! So fun with Amanda Ronconi's narration. :)

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  14. Ronconi is good :D Worth the listen for that

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  15. I haven't heard of these... The series that spring to mind for me are the Chicagoland Vampires (Chloe Neill), Charley Davidson (Darynda Jones) and The Areios Brothersseries (Amy Braun). 🙂

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    1. Fantasy fantasy fantasy :D

      Oh you started CHarley this year? Cool

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