Tuesday, August 6, 2013

TTT [1]

Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish. Each week they will post a new Top Ten list that one of their bloggers over at The Broke and the Bookish will answer. Everyone is welcome to join! I will make mine in countdown, from the least to most. This week Top Ten is...

Top Ten Books I Wish Had Sequels

Reckoning (Strange Angels #5)
by: Lili St. Crow

I know this is kind of cheating for some people, because mostly everyone expect me to give them stand-alone books without sequels. Buy hey! What about those seques that they end without really an ending and there is no spin off or anything at all. If you have read this book, you should understand me. If not, then... forgeret. Don't read the book. In my review I don't recommend it, so why should I do it when I didn't like the end at all?

by: Leah Scheier

Now, this is a book that I did like. I read it because of a book club, but I do not regret reading it. I fell in love with the characters instantly and the plot was a little confusing, but I love it. Every single thing, EXCEPT the end. How come that the end make the book very ungly for me? Made my thought dark. So many things happen at the end, that I did thought that it have a sequel. But no. Someone says that maybe there will be, but there are no news about that. I recommend it, though. You can read my review of it here.

by: John Green & David Levithan

As you can read in my review, I really like the book and nowhere in my review you can see that I wish for a sequel or some sort of. BUT I think that end was very weird. Like, for me, it doesn't answer some questions. I hate that a book make me think like that. I want like just another chapter of it, maybe?

by: Annabel Pitcher

Let's get this straight. If you read the book, you know that it does have a closed end. No need to imagine what happen or anything. But if you read it, you did not like the end. You want another book, where the characters come together again and comfort the problem. It is hard, I cannot deny that, but why on earth they are so apart? Snap! I hope I didn't spoiled anything, if you have not read. But believe me, give the book a try and you will feel like me. Waiting for a sequel that never will be out. Feels. Feels everywhere.

by: Stephen Chbosky

I don't know, I feel like wanting to read more about Charlie, Sam and the others. I know that the end was the correct and all, but... you cannot judge me for wanting to read more, right?

Mockingjay (The Hunger Games #3)
by: Suzanne Collins

Yeah, yeah... I know this is a sequel and yadda yadda. But tell me that you do not want to know more about Panem post war and all. If you do not, you are lying to yourself. I wish to read more and I could tell that you too.

by: Jay Asher

You know, as I said in my review, I suffered a lot with this book and when I finished... I was not again. Will the story be repeated? No! I wanted to know. I really do still.

Monsters of Men (Chaos Walking #3)
by: Patrick Ness

Some of you might be thinking like, another series? I know, but if you read this book you could tell the same. Others must thought like, this book have a cliffhanger yeah, but there is a 3.5 book that tell you what happen. And yes, I understand your point, but in that short story... is there a direct POV about what really happen. You know about it by a third person POV, not from the main characters and damn! I was happy and angry about it. You can tell here.

Requiem (Delirium #3)
by: Lauren Oliver

Yeah, old story... series, yadda yadda. But no matter what... this book need a serious sequel rush. When I finished, I felt like I missed like the end of it. I was like; my book didn't come complete. I was needing a better end and I still do.

by: Rainbow Rowell

This book is so ice cream sweet. I fell in love with it instantly. It made me laugh, cry and suffer. But the end killed me. For real, killed me. I wish it to end differently. I wish for a happy ending. It have one, but not that happy like I wanted.

Well, that's my countdown of the Top Ten Books That I Wish Had Sequel. Hope you like them and agree, maybe? If you have not read them all, you know what to do.


  1. Eleanor & Park definitely needs a sequel. I, too want that happy ending that they both deserve. Great list!

    1. thank you and yes, Eleanor and Park Book Two is wanted rush. thanks for stopping by.

  2. Good list, I love Perks of Being a Wallflower and I wish to read more about Charlie even though I think the ending was pretty good.

    1. yeah, I know. but I still want to know more about them. thanks for stopping by.

  3. I love your list! Either the books are on my TBR list or I have read them and loved them. :) Happy reading!

  4. We share Will Grayson 8wasn't it amazing?!) and Perks (perfection)!
    I think Requiem ended good, I was pretty content :)

    My TTT

    1. yeah, well, I have conflit of interest with the end of Requiem. because you can tell that its the end of story, but oh hell! I really want to know what happen in the rest of the country. how things change and all that. thanks for stopping by, it means much to me. going to see yours.

  5. great list! I want a Requiem sequel too, it had such an inconclusive ending! And more Hunger Games is never wrong either:)

    TTT @ Eveline's Books

    1. thanks for understanding and for stopping by. going to see your list now.

  6. I love the Chaos Walking series! There is so much more he could write about some of the other characters, about Viola's trip and home world, and about the planet before the events of the first book.

    1. yeah, I know. but I mostly want to know want happen after the war end and all. plus viola and todd relationship. thanks for stopping by.

  7. The Perks of Being a Wallflower made my list as well. I'd love to learn how Charlie continued to mature.

    My TTT.


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