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Book Series to Finish Reading in 2021 | Book Talk

Updated: Dec 28, 2021

If you've been following along with my book reviews, you may notice that I have a tendency to become side tracked when reading a book series. I'm like a kender when I see a shiny new book series and I leap for it, forgetting to finish the previous shiny series that caught my attention. Here is the book series line up of what I will finish in 2021. I swear I will finish these. Really, I really will. 😉

The Wolves of Mercy Falls by Maggie Stiefvater

This one is a reread for me sparked by my local book club. We were searching for a seasonal easy read for December and it struck me that Shiver was a perfect fit. Shiver is one of my all time favorite YA novels. Like seriously, one of my planned tattoos is the quote, "You're beautiful and sad. Just like your eyes. You're like a song that I heard when I was a little kid but forgot I knew until I heard it again." from Shiver. I'm almost done listening to Linger on audio. The review should be out next week. This is a definite book series I will finish in 2021!

Want to check out my book review for Shiver? Click here.

Land of Szornyek by Ariele Sieling

This is a book series I picked up to review through Book Sirens. Post apocalyptic monster madness is a great way to describe it. So far I have only read the first book Tentacles and Teeth, but you can bet I already signed up to review book two City of Dod. It is on my TBR list for February!

Want to check out my book review for Tentacles and Teeth? Click here.

Splintered Series by A. G. Howard

This series was a random grab through Audible since it was included in my membership. I'm not a huge fan of Alice in Wonderland, but boy am I glad I gave Splintered a try! This was a dark and at times disturbing rendition of the classic, and the new twist hooked me. These are already downloaded and sitting in my audiobook que.

Want to check out my book review for Splintered? Click here.

Leveling Up by K.F. Breene

This one was a wonderful find through my local book club. I have to admit I am heading towards that realm called midlife and I found the main character hilarious. K. F. Breene combined the usual midlife mishaps with a magical house and mythical creatures. Perfect combo and I can't wait to keep reading.

Want to check out my book review for Magical Midlife Madness? Click here.

The Hollows by Kim Harrison

I started my reread with the intention of reaching American Demon by the end of 2020. Yeah that didn't let's try again and see if I can read through the rest of the series by the time Million Dollar Demon arrives in 2021! I left off on book 11, I can do this! Not to mention The Hollows is my favorite Urban Fantasy series. ^_^

Want to check out my book review for Dead Witch Walking? Click here.

Once Upon A Con by Ashley Poston

This book series was a happy find from my local library. I wanted a fun read and something a bit out my reading zone. Granted it still deals with fantasy and sci-fi themes, but it is YA Fiction! And if the rest of the book series is anything like Geekerella, it will be filled with wonderful geeky moments.

Want to check out my book review for Geekerella? Click here.

Cambrexion Realm by Jessica Wayne

The ladies in my local book club seriously know how to pick great books. Book one of the Cambrexion Realm, Warrior of Magick, has characters with fiery tempers and magic slinging action. There is also a decent mix of mystery and romance as well.

Want to check out my book review for Warrior of Magick? Click here.

Dead Meat by Nick Calussen

Dead Meat Day 1 was a great find through a book tour I did in 2020 for Macabre Tours. Book one was short, to the point and was gripping from start to finish. There was a perfect balance of drama and horror. The two story elements weave together to create an edgy and creative take on the zombie apocalypse. I can't wait to see how this one turns out.

Want to check out my book review for Dead Meat Day 1? Click here.

The Witcher by Andrzej Sapkowski

My local book club strikes again! The Witcher was a favorite series with one of the girls and she wanted to share it with us. We also made sure to read Blood of Elves in time for the TV series to be released and compare the two! The Witcher is a high fantasy series that has great lore and witty characters. I can't believe I didn't read it sooner!

Want to check out my book review for Blood of Elves? Click here.

Anxiety Girl by Lacey London

What is this a break from the fantasy genre? Yes, I do on rare occasion read something outside my tried and true fantasy genre. This one hit close to home as I suffer from anxiety. A lot of what the main character experiences I connected with, and it's refreshing to see an author who gets it. Anxiety Girl is serious that I need to finish, if anything because I need to know how the story deals with managing anxiety long term.

Want to check out my book review for Anxiety Girl? Click here.

By the Hand of Dragons by Alexzander Christion

AlinGuard was a bloody good time, literally. The battles were intense and the situations the characters were badass. The world building has only begun and I need to know more about this world and the characters within it!

Want to check out my book review for AlinGuard? Click here.

Wayward Children by Seanan McGuire

Ok wait...there is only one book I haven't read yet? I should not have an excuse for book! Good thing I made this blog post so I could realize that! Yeah you will most likely see a review for this one this month. The Wayward Children series is dark, gritty and every book is another imaginative world.

Want to check out my review for Every Heart a Doorway? Click here.

Have you read any of these series? What do you look forward to reading in 2021?

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