Top Ten Tuesdays is an original feature created by The Broke and The Bookish and you can find their page here. This one was kind of a struggle since, for me (Clare) at least, I tend to marathon series. But here are some that we either haven't got around to yet, or are just never going to finish.
1) Etiquette & Espionage by Gail Carriger
Ann: I really loved Etiquette & Espionage and cannot wait to continue the series.
Clare: I loved her Parasol Protectorate series but just didn't get as engaged by this one. Perhaps because it's aimed at people Ann's age? But I'd still like to finish the series.
2) Middle Earth Series by J.R.R. Tolkien
Ann: I started The Hobbit but never got around to finishing it, or The Lord of the Rings but I do plan to.
3) The Pledge by Kimberly Derting
Ann: I still do not know if I am going to finish this series because I struggled a bit with the first two.
4) The Immortals by Alyson Noel
Clare: Has there ever been a more annoying protagonist? I have the whole series so I will probably read it at some point, in the vague hope it gets less annoying as it goes on. Possibly.
5) Delirium by Lauren Oliver
Clare: I read the first book and enjoyed it and then picked up Pandemonium and Requiem at The Works as part of their 3 for five pounds thing in the sort of "get it whilst its cheap" mood and then just never got around to finishing it.
6) Killables by Gemma Malley
Clare: I don't know why I never finished this. I liked the concept and as far as I remember I enjoyed the book but I just never carried on.
7) Declaration by Gemma Malley
Clare: I actually know why I didn't finish this and it's for the ever so simple reason that my school library didn't have the other books in the series.
8)The Luxe by Anna Godbersen
Clare: I got the whole series out from the library fully intending to marathon them. And things were looking great - but then the ending of the second book happened. It's a great ending in a literary sense but it just made me angry and sad. I will finish the series but I have to wait until I maybe don't care as much!
9) Chaos Walking by Patrick Ness
Clare: I still have a bookmark halfway through The Ask and the Answer. It's a great series I just wasn't in the right mood.
10) Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater
Clare: This was another one I got in a deal at The Works. I enjoyed the first book but didn't love it, so now I am unsure of whether to continue or not. If anyone else has read it what did you think? Should I continue?