Top Ten Sequels I Can’t Wait To Get My Hands On
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I read a hell of a lot of series, so much so that I even help run an entire blog dedicated to helping people keep up with the ones they’re reading, because I feel their pain. But, despite being in the middle of dozens upon dozens of series right now, there are only a few that I am dying to get my hands on. Some are not yet released, others I just need to buy. I haven’t included the ones that are already on my TBR shelf, because that feels like cheating.
1. Flame by Amy Kathleen Ryan (Sky Chasers #3)
This isn’t a very popular series, but it’s one of my favourites. I had epic feels over Spark, and I liveblogged over on Twitter. It was not a pretty sight. I’m expecting amazing things from this one, which I believe is the finale. Bring it on!
2. Ashes to Ashes by Jenny Han and Siobhan Vivian (Burn for Burn #3)
Again, I liveblogged Fire With Fire because it damn near killed me. I couldn’t handle it! I adore the characters in this series, particularly Lillia and Reeve. But I’m sure you knew that already.
3. The Retribution of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin (Mara Dyer #3)
Which keeps getting pushed back. I’m pretty sure they’re doing this just to spite me.
4. The sequel to Rip Tide by Kat Falls (Dark Like #3)
This hasn’t been announced yet, but Kat said on her website that she has lots more planned for this Middle Grade, post-apocalyptic world. I can’t wait to read more, since Dark Life is one of my favourite books, and I am basically in love with the ambiguous “villain”. I think this series is on hold due to poor sales, which saddens me.
5. Cress by Marissa Meyer (The Lunar Chronicles #3)
Me and the rest of the world, eh? I cannot wait to see more of Cinder and Scarlet, and to finally meet Cress, a character who I have been hearing a lot about. I love Marissa Meyer’s writing style, and the fact that her characters are totally badass. I’m also waiting for a certain captain/cyborg relationship to play out…
6. Crown of Shadows by Joe Hill (Locke & Key #3)
I’m currently waiting on this one to arrive. I love this series in all its disturbing glory, and I promised myself that I would buy one book each month because these buggers are expensive. I’m regretting that decision, believe me.
7. Rise and Ruin by Leigh Bardugo (The Grisha #3)
Because Alina is going to rise up and kill them all. And I need to see Sturmhond again because I’m going through withdrawals.
8. The sequel to Blackout by Robison Wells (Blackout #2)
Blackout was an amazing book, which nearly gave me a heart attack several times due to the epic power-usage. I love books about people with powers, and this one was just awesome. There was also only a tiny bit of romance, which I appreciated. With the way Blackout ended, I am on the edge of my seat waiting for the sequel!
9. The sequel to All Our Yesterdays by Cristin Terrill (All Our Yesterdays #2)
Because All Our Yesterdays was a crazy book, and I’m hoping for lots more time travel insanity in the sequel. I’m a bit confused as to how it’s going to work, given the way All Our Yesterdays ended. But I’m not going to fight it. Gimme.
10. Split Second by Kasie West (Pivot Point #2)
Pivot Point was my first read of the year, and it’s still one of my favourites. Again with the time travel/parallel universe thing. I adore it. I can’t wait for more.
– Erased by Jennifer Rush (Altered #2)
This would totally be up there in my top ten if I hadn’t already received and read an ARC. *whistles*
– The not-yet-announced spin-off to the Unraveling series, which I have convinced myself is happening and it’s about Barclay. I will turn to fanfiction if I have to.
– Secret by Brigid Kemmerer (Elemental #4)
Because it’s about Nick and I love Nick.
– Meridian by Josin L. McQuein (Arclight #2)
I have a ship that needs to set sail.