My Top Ten Series in 2022
TTT for November 8, 2022
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The topic for Top Ten Tuesday today is Series I’d Like to Start/Catch up on/Finish.
It was a good opportunity for me to check what series I have been reading from this year so far.
I realize I have read books from 21 series, which is more than I thought. According to my stats, that’s 33% of my total reads so far.
I have read an entire series (5 books) – see below The Once and Future King.
Six series I have decided to stop after reading only 1 or 2 books.
I have happily continued 6 series. So my post will focus on these.
And to make 10, I will pick 3 series among the 8 I have started this year and that sound very promising.
My series will be very different from most posts I have the feeling, so I’m sure you can discover some great ones here.
Three are classics in English, and the others are in French, or translated from the Japanese or the Chinese. They all have at least one book available in English translation.
Click on covers to read my reviews on learn more about these books
1. The series I have started and finished this year: 5 audiobooks
The Once and Future King, by T. H. White
2-7: Series I have enjoyed continuing in 2022
The Inspector Maigret series by Georges Simenon has 75 books.
I’m currently reading #20 with one of my French students.
The Sharko & Henebelle series by Franck Thilliez has 12 titles.
I have read 5.
The Arsène Lupin series by Maurice Leblanc has 18 novels (plus 39 short stories and 5 plays). I have read 2 novels.
The Inspector Alan Grant series by Josephine Tey has 6 books.
I have read 2.
The Kyoichiro Kaga series by Keigo Higashino has 10 books,
though only three have been translated into English so far.
I have read two, and just got the third on Netgalley!
8-10: Series I started in 2022 and want to continue
The Remembrance of Earth’s Past Series by Cixin Liu has 4 books so far.
La Saga des Fourmis by Bernard Werber has 3 books.
The Nero Wolfe series by Rex Stout has 47 books, and they are all highly rated.
That should keep me busy for a while.
Have YOU read
or are YOU planning to read any of these?
Please leave the link to your own post,
so I can visit.