Top 5 Wednesday: Series You Wish Had More Books

26 Aug

Top 5 Wednesday

Look, I’m making a T5W post on Wednesday. Small miracles. T5W was created by Lainey and here is the full list of posters if you’d like to join. This week’s topic is series you wish had more books. There are lot. So not gonna dawdle and jump right into it:

Saga by Brian K Vaughn
I fully realize there will be more volumes. My problem is there aren’t more volumes right now. Volume 5 is set to come out in September I believe, so it’s close. So I’m sitting over here like

Relic Master by Catherine Fisher
The Dark City (Relic Master, #1)This was originally a four book series and honestly wrapped up rather well. The reason I want more books though is because I miss the world. It’s well-written, interesting, unique… I think if we get more books in this series, they should be more like spin-offs set in the same universe instead of a continuity of the main characters. I feel like that would be a better idea for sure. So yes. Ms Fisher. Help a pal out here.

I’ve said this before and I’ll keep saying it: I think this is a highly underrated series. If you’ve read Incarceron, you know this author’s writing style and know it’s super neat. So read this. And then be rabid with me and demand more books in the series.

Chaos Walking Trilogy by Patrick Ness
The Knife of Never Letting Go (Chaos Walking, #1)This is another one that I feel actually tied up and ended really well. But like the prior choice, I just miss the world. There are more things that haven’t been covered yet in this trilogy that could potentially make another book or two. Fingers crossed and staring creepily at Patrick Ness. Come on man. Throw me a bone.




Deepgate Codex by Alan Campbell
Scar Night (Deepgate Codex, #1)This is one of my favorite series Ever. It’s so well thought out, it has so many interesting characters… it takes place in a city being held up over an abyss by chains for goodness sake, what’s not to like!! I loved the first book. I LOVED the second book! I… liked the third book. The ending was so open-ended that I couldn’t bring myself to love it like the first two (but the amount I loved the first two still makes it one of my favorites) so I feel that another book or two will really help to fix that vague ending. I wants it. I NEEDS IT.

And finally…

Harry Potter by JK Rowling
I feel like there won’t be a single list today without this series on it. Because let’s face it, our souls all ripped a little bit when we realized there would be no more. So here, have a happy thing:


Posted by on 08/26/2015 in Books, Top 5 Wednesday


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6 responses to “Top 5 Wednesday: Series You Wish Had More Books

  1. Panda

    08/26/2015 at 6:48 am

    I’m not too sure whether I agree with Harry Potter. I’d like more snippets but I’m not sure of a whole book or two… I don’t know the other books you mentioned though! 😛


  2. Rachel Murphy

    08/26/2015 at 7:17 am

    My whole list is Harry Potter but I don’t want books about Harry himself , I listed characters that should have spin-offs! I haven’t read any of the other books but I’ve heard things about The Chaos Walking Trilogy.

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    • embuhlee

      08/27/2015 at 5:07 pm

      I think a book of Harry during Auror training would be pretty neat


  3. Crystal Santos

    08/27/2015 at 1:36 am

    I have yet to read the Chaos Walking Trilogy, but I definitely understand missing the world and characters and just wanting more. That’s how I feel about Brandon Sanderson’s Mistborn trilogy.

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