I'm not one for traditional series. In fact, I usually read the first book in the series and that's as far as I get. It was only because of extreme pressure from my fifth and sixth graders that I ever read past book one in the Harry Potter series. I know, I know. It's odd.
So here's all I could come up with when challenged to list the top ten series I'd like to read:
43 novellas by the greatest authors of the last 300 years
If only I could figure out what order to read these in, I'd be on my way.
15 classics, with illustrations and annotations
100 neglected fiction and nonfiction books of mid-twentieth century writers (mostly women)
I've actually read four or five of these, and I might like to read more.
I read book one but I haven't decided if I want to keep reading.
What series would you like to read? Any suggestions for me?
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