blogmas · Blogmas 2021

Book Series I Started in 2021

Happy Christmas Eve! Today I am finally getting round to talking about all of the book series that I started in 2021. A couple of days ago, I spoke about all of the book series that I had finished in 2021. There weren’t many books on that list, but there are a lot more on this post, so let’s get into it!

Crescent City by Sarah J Maas

For some reason, I was really hesitant to start this one and I am not sure why. Maybe because at the time, I didn’t really like Throne of Glass but then loved A Court of Thorns and Roses, so wasn’t sure where this one would fall. I am so glad that I did read it, because I think it is now my favourite Sarah J Maas book!

From Blood and Ash by Jennifer L. Armentrout

The Shadow and Bone Trilogy by Leigh Bardugo

I really wanted to read The Shadow and Bone trilogy before watching the TV adaptation (which I love), so I quickly read book one, but never got further than that. I need to read book two before season two of the show comes out!

A Song of Wraiths and Ruin by Roseanne A. Brown

I loved this book so much when I read it for the Easter Readathon but I haven’t managed to get to the second book yet! I really hope I can get to it soon and I will hopefully reread the first one beforehand too.

Bridgertons by Julia Quinn

I kept rewatching the TV show and in the summer, I finally decided that I should read the books! I have read the first five, and whilst they’re not the best ever written book – I think they are great escapism books and I can’t wait to continue the series.

Legendborn by Tracy Deonn

I really enjoyed Legendborn when I read it in September, it was a phenomenal debut novel. I am really excited to read the next instalment when it comes out, but I am also really looking forward to reading anything by Tracy Deonn in the future! I loved their writing style and I can’t wait to return to it.

12 thoughts on “Book Series I Started in 2021

    1. Erm… no… that is what I get for writing this post super quickly when I had no sleep and was on a lot of pain killers hahah! I will fix that shortly! Thank-you for letting me know!
      I really liked the first two books, although the content and the writing style in book one took a lot of getting used to for me which was really surprising. And, to be honest, I had to restart the book initially because I was so distracted the first time around that I didn’t even realise they were vampires so….. But once I got into it, I did really like it! I can’t wait to read book 3 and continue the series. How are you finding it?

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      1. Kind of a struggle. Not sure if it’s because I’m reading the ebooks, but the spelling and grammar is all over the place, and every time she misspells a character’s name I giggle. (Niall went to Naill in the space of 2 paragraphs in book 2 and never returned…)
        But book 3 I really struggled with. It felt less fantasy and more urban fantasy. There is a lot of modern slang in it, and I’m finding it difficult to marry up the world building from books 1-2 and book 3.
        But maybe it’s just me?!! 😅

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      2. Oh right! I listened to the audiobook, so those kind of things didn’t get in my way. However, I’m going to come back to you when I start book 3! Very bizarre that it does change up so much in the world building!😅

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