Top Ten Standalone Books I Wish Had a Sequel
It’s Top Ten Tuesday again! It’s a weekly bookish list hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl! This week’s topic is:
Standalone Books I Wish Had a Sequel
This week’s topic was actually surprisingly hard, because I realized that the majority of the books I read already have sequels, or I just really don’t think they need one. That being said, I’ve come up with 10 books that I would really love to read the sequel to!
Here we go:
I know Eleanor & Park has mixed reviews, but personally, I really loved this one! I would love to have a sequel to this one to see what these characters are up to when they’re older! And to answer my questions about a certain note (if you’ve read the book, you know what I’m talking about)!!
I just recently read All in Pieces, and I loved this book so much!! It was so well written and I just want to know so much more about these characters’ lives.
I need more of the Grant family in my life. I need more Bill in my life.
Saint Anything is one of my favorite Sarah Dessen books. I just want to know more about these characters!
I would love to see a book that takes place like, 5 years later, to see how the characters in Everything, Everything are and what they’re doing with their lives.
When Andie and Clark made a brief cameo in Save the Date, I was so excited!! The Unexpected Everything is one of my favorite Morgan Matson books. I would love to see a full sequel about them and their lives now!
Jane of Lantern Hill is such an underrated LM Montgomery book. Anne of Green Gables has several sequels, so I think it would’ve been lovely to have at least one for Jane!
I would love to see a sequel to The Graveyard Book featuring a grown up Nobody Owens!!
The Host was supposed to have a sequel, but never got one. I’m never going to not wonder what else Stephenie Meyer had planned for this series!
Can I please have a sequel that features Tim and Alice in their 20’s?! Pretty please??
That wraps up this week’s Top Ten Tuesday, and the first one that I’ve done in quite a while!
What are some standalone books YOU wish had a sequel?
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