Tag Tuesday: Top 5 Completed Series On My TBR!

Hi friends! I’m excited to talk about some of the series on my TBR! I decided to narrow it down to completed series, because there are way too many completed series on my TBR. Top 5 Tuesday is hosted by Meeghan @ Meeghan Reads.

The Shadow of the Fox trilogy is based on Japanese mythology, by an OwnVoices author! This is about a girl who’s half kitsune, half human and has to flee her home with a special scroll. Meanwhile, a samurai is chasing her down to retrieve the scroll. THIS SOUNDS SO GOOD. Plus, the covers are gorgeous so yeah.

The Poppy War is a series that I feel like everyone loves! I don’t know too much about this series, but I DO know that the first book follows a girl who enters a sort of military academy. This is also OwnVoices, and I believe it’s heavily inspired by Chinese culture!

The Seven Realms series is one of the best YA series out there, so obviously I need to read its spinoff series The Shattered Realms. I haven’t looked into what this is about because I want to go into it blind!

The Wicked Fox duology takes place in modern Seoul, and apparently has lots of k-drama tropes!! It follows a girl who must kill to survive, but falls in love with a boy after she saves him from a goblin. I love it.

All I know is that this is an urban fantasy Beauty and the Beast retelling. And that it takes place in Washington, D.C. I don’t want to know anything else.

That’s it! Tell me a series that’s on your TBR!

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31 thoughts on “Tag Tuesday: Top 5 Completed Series On My TBR!

  1. Oops these are all on my TBR too. I even own 2/3 of the last series. I really should get to Julie Kagawa’s series soon as I adored the Iron Fey books. And I’ve literally heard nothing but good things about the Poppy War. I hope you love all of these.
    I have way too many completed series on my TBR. Some that I started and failed to finish despite loving like And I Darken & The Dead Days Club and others which I’ve yet to start like The Diviners and Red Sister.


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