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This week’s topic is: Top Ten Sequels I’m Dying To Read
1. Pandemonium – Lauren Oliver (March 6, 2012)
I don’t think I even need to explain this.
2. The Fox Inheritance – Mary Pearson (August 30, 2011)
The Adoration of Jenna Fox was one of my top books of 2010. I didn’t know that there was going to be a sequel until April of this year, but the news made my day. I definitely want to know more about the world Jenna lives in and how she adjusts once she knows how she’s been changed.
3. Fever – Lauren DeStefano (February 21, 2012)
My love for the Chemical Garden trilogy wasn’t immediately apparent, but rather it’s grown since I first read Wither in April. Rhine and Gabriel are two of the most compelling characters I’ve encountered this year.
4. Enshadowed – Kelly Creagh (January 17, 2012)
Did I ever mention my adoration for Nevermore and its Poe-tastic plot? I grew up reading Edgar Allan Poe, and this series pushes all my lit geek buttons.
5. Lola and the Boy Next Door – Stephanie Perkins (September 29, 2011)
Stephanie Perkins is now the answer to that undying need we feel for a light, romantic read. I can’t wait to see how Lola’s story develops and I’m especially pumped to see Anna and Etienne again!
6. Black Heart – Holly Black (April 3, 2012)
Technically, this isn’t a sequel as it’s the third and last book in the Curse Workers series, but my anticipation is just as strong. Lila has become one of my favourite characters, even though we don’t know that much about her, and I hope that Black Heart can wrap up her story with some vital bits of information.
7. Out of Sight, Out of Time – Ally Carter (March 20, 2012)
I hope the Gallagher Girls series never ends! I wasn’t expecting to like the books when I first read them in May, but after I’d Tell You I Love You, But Then I’d Have to Kill You, I zoomed through the other three books in one weekend.
8. A Beautiful Evil – Kelly Keaton (February 21, 2012)
Darkness Becomes Her wasn’t a perfect novel, but it did set up a story that intrigued me enough to want to keep reading. I have faith that Kelly Keaton’s second book will be a tighter and more controlled read.
9. Prized – Caragh O’Brien (November 8, 2011)
I would say the same thing about Prized–Birthmarked‘s pacing and writing style left me a bit disappointed, but I loved the story and would like to see more of that horrifying world.
10. A Million Suns – Beth Revis (January 10, 2012)
And to round off the triumverate, Beth Revis’ sophomore effort hopefully won’t leave me yearning for more concrete to stand on in Godspeed. I liked Across the Universe well enough, but it lacked that certain je ne sais quoi that I gravitate towards in dystopians.
What are the top ten sequels you’re dying to read?
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