Top Ten Tuesday is hosted at The Broke and the Bookish.
This week's topic is Top New Series I Want To Start. I'm going to fudge a little and include some not-so-new series. After all, if I haven't started them, they're new to me:
Awaken by Katie Kacvinsky (first book: Awaken) - I remember seeing this cover on a lot of book blogs a while back. I never did start the series then... but I hope to soon.
Birthmarked by Caragh M. O'Brien (first book: Bookmarked) - I almost picked up this series a while back, but never did. The premise still intrigues me.
Delirium by Lauren Oliver (first book: Delirium) - I really enjoyed the other two books I've read by this author, so I'm curious about this series.
The Grisha by Leigh Bardugo (first book: Shadow and Bone) - I kept getting this book mixed up with Daughter of Smoke & Bone before I read the latter. I keep hearing good things about this series (especially the third book), so I might have to check it out.
Hidden Sea Tales by A. M. Dellamonica (first book: Child of a Hidden Sea) - I saw this book reviewed on someone's blog, and I thought it looked really interesting. And then I found it at the library when I wasn't even looking for it. Maybe it's a sign that I should read this one!
Loop by Karen Akins (first book: Loop) - I'd never heard of this one, really, but it seems like it would fit in nicely with all the time-travel novels I've been drawn to lately.
Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas (first book: Throne of Glass) - It seems that everybody's been raving over these books lately (especially with the release of the third one). I'm late to the party... but aren't I always?
Time by Jack Finney (first book: Time and Again) - I recently acquired this one, and it looks really interesting! It's definitely not "new"; in fact, the first book is older than I am!
Uglies by Scott Westerfeld (first book: Uglies) - I've heard this is a good series. The first book is in my TBR pile; I just haven't gotten around to reading it yet.
Unwind Dystology by Neal Shusterman (first book: Unwind) - My only experience with this author is a creepy (but good) short story of his that I read recently. This series looks kind of disturbing... but it also looks pretty good!
What series do you want to start?