Series I've started
1. All Souls Trilogy by Deborah Harkness took the world with a storm with A Discovery of Witches. I enjoyed read the first two books in the trilogy and I still need to read the last novel in the series. The Book of Life concludes the trilogy and I heard wonderful things about it. I met Harkness once and cannot wait to meet her again in October with Katherine Howe.
2. Noughts & Crosses series by Malorie Black is a twist on a dystopian. I have only read the first book, Noughts & Crosses, but it is excellent. I hope to remaining three books.
3. The School for Good and Evil trilogy by Soman Chainani just released the last book out this July. Although I have read the first book, I still need to read the last two books in the trilogy. If you are looking for a twist on fairytales, check out this Middle Grade read.
4. Proxy duology by Alex London is a dystopian. I have only read the first book but I am excited to read Guardian when I have a chance.
5. The Vicious Deep trilogy by Zoraida Córdova is a captivating mermaid series. I have read the first two books in the series and cannot wait to read the last book, The Vast and Brutal Sea. What I love about this series is how the main character is not a female mermaid.
6. To Kill a Mockingbird duology by Harper Lee is definitely series everyone was raving about earlier this year when Go Set a Watchman was buzzed about. I've read To Kill a Mockingbird back in 8th grade and I cannot wait to read the sequel!
Series I want to start
7. Birthmarked series by Caragh O'Brien is a wonderful dystopian series about a midwife named Gaia. Her mother has been taken by the Enclave and Gaia finds out why. I have been dying to read this for awhile.
8. The Dark Elements by Jennifer L. Armentrout is a New Adult series about demons and gargoyles. I am definitely amped to read this paranormal romance series.
10. Delirium series by Lauren Oliver is dystopian series I have been wanting to read for some time but just haven't had the chance to start. I own all three books in the series and it would be nice to marathon all the books.