Series I Won’t Finish

In an effort to decrease the number of series I’m currently reading, I’m not just prioritizing finishing series, I’m also being realistic about which new series I don’t really feel a need to ever finish. Sometimes that’s because I didn’t like the first book, sometimes the first book was good but I don’t feel like I need more, and sometimes it’s a mystery series where each book stands on its own and I already have a couple of those that satisfy my personal reading taste.

Here is every series I read from in 2022 that I have no intention of ever finishing.

  • Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard
  • Sands of Arawiya by Hafsah Faizal
  • Graceling Realm by Kristin Cashore – The first book was surprisingly fun to read and I’m happy leaving it at that
  • The Radiant Empire by Shelley Parker-Chan
  • Blade Runner by Philip K. Dick – I actually really enjoyed this, but the rest of the series is written by another author, so I’m good with just letting this one be on its own
  • Wilderwood by Hannah Whitten
  • Forgotten Gods by Marie Rutkoski
  • Hack/Slash by Tim Seeley
  • xxxHolic by CLAMP
  • Magical Bakery Mystery by Bailey Cates
  • Michael Bennett by James Patterson
  • The Christmas Box by Richard Paul Evans
  • Hamish Macbeth Mystery by M.C. Beaton
  • Christmas Hope by Donna VanLiere
  • Detective Luc Moncrief by James Patterson
  • Meg Langslow by Donna Andrews
  • Lucy Stone by Leslie Meier
  • Christmas Stories by Anne Perry
  • Wishing Tree by Susan Mallery

Did you try reading any series this year that you don’t plan to finish?


3 thoughts on “Series I Won’t Finish

  1. I forgot the name of the series, but it was from Sarah J Maas. I read the first book and just noped out of there. Not my thing. I did come across some pretty neat series though, like Dungeon Crawler Carl, which I like because humour.

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    1. I hear such mixed things about Sarah J Maas, but I’ve never tried her books for myself. Dungeon Crawler Carl sounds more my speed though


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