Series to Read/Re-Read in 2024
For the last few years, I've picked different series I want to continue/start or re-read. Here are my picks for this year!
Starting with the new series I'd like to begin:
-The Stormlight Archive- Brandon Sanderson: 2023 was my year of Brandon Sanderson. I read the entire Mistborn trilogy and some of his secret project releases. I've had the Stormlight books on my radar forever, but they've always intimidated me. I don't usually love political heavy fantasy, so I'm worried I may not like them, but I want to, at least, give the first book a shot.
-Farseer Trilogy- Robin Hobb: This will be a continuation for me as I have read Assassin's Apprentice. I thought that one was okay, but I've heard the series gets way better in books two and three. And seeing as how I have three completed Robin Hobb trilogies on my shelves, I think it's time I read them.
-Villains- V.E. Schwab: This series was on my list of books to read for 2023, and that didn't happen, so here's hoping this year will be the one.
Now, onto the series I want to re-read:
-The Hunger Games- Suzanne Collins: The release of the latest movie has rekindled my love of this series. I recently rewatched all of the movies, so it's only fair to binge the books now. I also realized I've only ever read the books when they came out, so I'm interested to see if they'll still hold up. (Spoiler alert: I'm sure they will.)
-The Gilded Wolves by Roshani Chokshi: I've been itching to pick this series back up since I bought these really pretty UK paperback editions earlier last year.
-The Heroes of Olympus- Rick Riordan: I re-read the Percy Jackson series for the fifth(? Honestly, it could be more) time in 2023, so naturally, I have to keep it going.
Are there any series you want to tackle this year?