Even though I suck at finishing series (as you know) I still have voluminous dreams of reading sequels.
Because what is life without impossible dreams?
Oh, ho! But WAIT. There are some sequels that I will read. There are some sequels I will read because my life cannot continue if I ignore them. THERE ARE SOME SEQUELS I AM LITERALLY SCREAMING ABOUT AND CANNOT SURVIVE IF I DO NOT READ THEM.
I’ll tell you about those. (Although they’re not all strictly “sequels”, but rules are made to be twisted. I do what I want. I am partly Loki.)
This week’s prompt is: Top 10 Sequels I Can’t Wait To Get
1. Ensnared (book 3) by A.G. Howard
This is the 3rd and final book in the Splintered trilogy. And yes, I have been suffering while I wait for this book, thank you for asking about my wellbeing.
But I’m also terrified of this book because look at that cover. Just LOOK. It’s Jeb. If it’s Jeb there is an awful and highly possible likelihood of him winning Alyssa. And I can be okay with that as long as Morpheus wins The Entire World. I don’t really understand why they don’t just lock Jeb in another Jabberlock box and let Morpehus and Alyssa marry for ever and have little blue haired children.
2. Corruption (book 2) by Jessica Shirvington
I have not shipped a ship like I ship Maggie and Quentin before. Sure there’s Morpheus and Alyssa like I just ranted on above. But this is different. THIS IS MAGGIE AND QUENTIN. They hate and love each other. They complete each other. And Maggie totally lied, manipulated, and was horribly mean to Quentin…and accidentally fell in love with him.
|Quentin and Maggie-if-she-were-a-goat|
3. Untitled (Starbound book 3) by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner
4. The Death Cure (book 3) by James Dashner
5. Half Wild (book 2) by Sally Green
6. The Ask and the Answer (book 2) by Patrick Ness
I really love Patrick Ness’ books. I’ve read A Monster Calls and More Than This and The Knife of Never Letting Go, so obviously I need to continue the Chaos Walking series, right?
7. Salt and Stone (book 2) by Victoria Scott
8. Winter (book 4) by Marissa Meyer
9. Untitled (book 4) by Sarah J Maas
10. Blue Lily Lily Blue by Maggie Stiefvater
|This is basically how I feel about Blue and Gansey.|
Cait is busy flailing. She’s also busy tripping over all the books on her floor because she, logically, decided to empty her bookshelf and dust it. Pictures of the chaos will come. She’s also reading WINTERSPELL which is a terrifically beautiful but boring book, and she’s still listening to WHITE CAT which she pitched to her sister as “Supernatural meets the Mafia” and coincidentally convinced her sister to read it. Cait is fabulous.