Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Top Ten Tuesday (27)

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This weeks topic is Top Ten Books I Wish Had Sequels. This was sort of hard because I haven't read very many stand alones. I did come up with a few, though. None of these are really ones where there wasn't enough, they just made me want more. More if the characters. More of the world. More of the story. More kissing.

  1. The Host by Stephanie Meyer- I'm sure if you read the Host you understand where I'm coming from. I need more of those boys. It's supposed to be a trilogy, but the Host came out 5 years ago. The author says she's working on it but it's one of those things I won't believe until I see.
  2. The Fairytale Keeper by Andrea Cefalo- I'm pretty sure there's a sequel in the works, but I haven't heard anything about it. I'm dying to know where the story goes.
  3. As You Wish by Jackson Pearce- This was such a cute, original book. With a genie in it. I can imagine like a sitcom kind of series about the day to day dramas of dating a genie. That would be so cute.
  4. Hourglass by Myra McEntire- Now this one is actually a first in a trilogy. Don't get me wrong, I absolutely loved reading from Kaleb's perspective in Timepiece, but I still missed Michael and Emerson.
  5. The Near Witch by Victoria Schwab- Even though this book wrapped up perfectly, I would still love a sequel. The author created such a beautiful world that I wanted to return to it so bad. Also Cole was pretty cute.
  6. The Truth About Forever by Sarah Dessen- This is one of the many where the characters get together at the end and I just want to keep reading about them being cute.
  7. In Honor by Jessi Kirby- In the same way as the Near Witch the story was perfectly wrapped up in the end. I just loved the characters so much that I wanted to see what came next for them.
Those our my picks for this week. What were yours? Are any of ours the same? Let me know in the comments and thanks for stopping by! 



  1. The Host, OMG, The Host. WHY MUST SHE TORTURE US?!?! Ugh. Wanda, Melanie, Ian, Jared, Jamie, and all of the other lovable characters have been haunting my dreams (literally). I. NEED. TO. READ. THE. SEQUELS. NOW. XD ;P

  2. Haha, The Host is on my list too! And I totally agree with The Turth About Forever. It remains my favorite Dessen novel.