Top Ten Books I Wish Had Sequels!

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Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke & the Bookish.  It’s awesome. Every Tuesday, the lovely ladies over there give us book bloggers wonderful and fun topics to create our lists!  Check out what others have posted by going over there! http://brokeandbookish.blogspot.com

This week’s topic is

Top Ten Books I Wish Had Sequels

Surprisingly, I had a hard time coming up with many for this list.

1.  Pride & Prejudice

I know there are many out there that try, but almost every single one I have reads has failed miserably!  I wish Miss Austen had given us a little glimpse into the married life of Lizzy and Darcy.

2.  The Book Thief

I know this might seem like an odd choice, but I thought that books was so mesmerizing I wish I could keep reading-I might have to do a reread now!

3.  To Kill A Mockingbird

How did Scout grow up?  And Jem?  Did Atticus ever remarry? Sigh….

4.  Gone With the Wind

There was an attempt, but it fell quite short of the beauty of Margaret Mitchell’s masterpiece.

5.  The Help

I want to hear more from Milly and Abilene.  And how Skeeter made out in NYC!

and finally-

6.  Harry Potter

I have a feeling this will be on lots of lists today.  I know there were 7 books, but I still want to know how each year in Harry’s life is going!

I think a fun list would be books that were made into sequels that never should have been written!

 

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11 thoughts on “Top Ten Books I Wish Had Sequels!

  1. After months of procrastination, I’m finally about to pick up The Book Thief. It’s the book that’s recommended to me most often that I haven’t read and the movie will be out fairly soon.

    I wouldn’t mind a Pride and Prejudice sequel if it was written by Austen.

    • It actually took me three tries to read The Book Thief- I thought it was odd that it was narrated by “Death”, but it was amazing- I can’t wait to hear if you like it- it is hard when so many recommend a book for it to live up to the hype!

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