Hippity Hoppity

It’s blog hop time again. Welcome one and all. Let me know you’ve visited and I’ll visit you in return.

On to this week’s question:

“If you find a book that looks interesting but is part of a series, do you always start with the first title?”

If I know it’s part of a series I always do. I think that a series is written as a series and should be read as such. I would worry that I wouldn’t understand things in future books without having read the first.


New this week:

Review: Q&A (Slumdog Millionaire)

Review: The Partisan’s Daughter

Review: Life on the Refrigerator Door

Review: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo


Filed under Fiction review

8 responses to “Hippity Hoppity

  1. I feel the same way about series–most times, the author wrote each book with the whole larger story arc in mind, so you can miss a lot if you jump in in the middle of the series. πŸ™‚


  2. Hi there! I am a new follower from the hop. I must read books in order! I really liked the girl with the dragon tatoo! Read my review at http://www.mandysescape.blogspot.com


  3. Mel

    Hi, stopping by for the Hop. I am also a new follower. I generally read books from the first in the series also. Hope you are having a good weekend.


  4. Mel

    Love the cockatiels by the way πŸ™‚


  5. Jo

    I agree — series are written in a certain order, and it makes sense to read them in order. And it’s less confusing (most of the time). πŸ™‚


  6. Hello fellow blogger! new follower to your page here. Just wanted to drop some *love* and say that you have a wonderful blog here! I’m new to blogging and would love if you could return the favor and follow my page! Happy Blogging!



  7. I love your header! (My cockatiel is currently telling everyone what a good boy he is!)
    Back on topic, I have to read a series in order. No exception!


  8. Michelle-RedHeadedBookChild

    Thanks so much for hopping over to my blog. I appreciate it! I love the layout of yours!


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