I Wish These Books Had Sequels

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Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and The Bookish

Today’s Top Ten Tuesday post is all about books we wish have sequels.  I’m surprised this list was so hard to compile considering how often I finish a book and think, “What? It’s done? I need more!”  Thankfully I was able to come up with ten books that need sequels.

Something Like Normal by Trish Doller–I simply want more from this book.  I’m happy with the ending, but I LOVE this story and am being selfish by wanting more.

Dead to You by Lisa McMann–What the heck happened with that ending?! There should be at least a few more pages, if not an entire sequel.

The List by Siobhan Vivian–Too much happened in a short book that took place in a short time span. Another book would be just fine.

Easy by Tammara Webber–Book. Hangover. I still want more of this story and the characters.

Every Day by David Levithan–The ending left me feeling cheated. There really should be a sequel.

When You Were Here by Daisy Whitney–This is just me being selfish again.

 

Warped by Maurissa Guibord–It’s been a long time since I’ve read this so I can’t remember exactly why I think there should be a sequel. If I remember correctly, there’s an open ending that made it feel like a sequel is possible. Plus, I really love this book.

One for the Murphys by Lynda Mullaly Hunt–I just want to make sure Carley is doing okay.

Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell–If you’ve read this book, then you understand why this is on my list.

Kindness for Weakness by Shawn Goodman–I’m just a little confused about the ending.  It’s not exactly clear what happens to the main character.

Comments

  1. This was definitely a hard week, it seems like every book I read is part of a series. Eleanor & Park is on my TBR list, but it’s been on almost everyone’s list this week, which makes me a bit wary.

    • Mrs. Andersen says:

      Even though I wish there was a sequel, I still like the ending. It’s worth reading :)

    • I do not reread books, but I do want to reread Eleanor and Park. I felt so unsettled at the end…like I wanted to cry. I’m not sure whether I was sad or frustrated with the ending. I definitely want to know more about these two characters that I felt so connected to. One of my favorite books this year.

      • Mrs. Andersen says:

        I felt the same way at the end. I liked the ending, but I also kind of felt like crying. It’s just so good!

  2. Eleanor & Park has been a popular choice this week. I have to agree, it is a fabulous book and I’d love to see how the characters got on.

  3. I have seen Eleanor and Park on a few lists. I am definitely adding that to my to-read list!

  4. Easy Easy Easy! (Oh, Lucas.) LoL

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