Top Ten Tuesday is a meme created by The Broke and the Bookish. Each week a new topic is given and this weeks topic is one from a previous week and I chose; Sequels I’m Dying To Read
For this I have chosen only books that are CURRENTLY released. If I added all the ones I’m also waiting on, we’d have a list that is FAR too large! I decided on this topic because of Finish It February. I have realised I am in the middle of TOO many series!
Arise by Tara Hudson; Hereafter was one of the first YA books I read since starting my book blog and I LOVED it. I devoured that book and was sooo excited for the next book in the series. Two years later and I STILL haven’t read that book. I do now own it though so maybe one day soon…
Scarlet by Marissa Meyer; I read the first book in this series in February 2012. I ached for the second book as soon as I finished the first. I waited, and I waited… and then Scarlet was released and I had pre-ordered it and then… I never read it. Gah! What is wrong with me! Cress has now been released too so I really need to get on with this, huh?
Star Cursed by Jessica Spotswood; I was “lucky” enough to read the first book in this series before the rest of the UK because I ordered the HB from the US. I read it and I loved it. It was such a unique story and it really pulled me in. Now the UK version has been released, as has the second book for both countries and I have it sitting on my shelf collecting dust while I just keep not reading it.
Lady Thief by A. C. Gaughen; There are not enough words in the dictionary to describe how much I loved Scarlet. I was taken fully into that story. Fell in love with all of the characters, the world, the writing style, and simply didn’t want it to end. So I was sad when it did. Then it was told there would be a sequel! Unfortunately, this won’t be released in the UK so I’m waiting for my pay to get this one. But here’s hoping I don’t wait too long to read it!
Scorch by Gina Damico; When I read Croak, I had been expecting to like it. I hadn’t expected to absolutely love it. Nor had I expected for it to hold humour and so many other emotions. It was such an amazing book. As soon as I heard about Scorch, I bought it. Now it’s just sitting on my shelf staring at me with sad bookish eyes.
Shadowplay by Laura Lam; I was SO excited for this book after reading Pantomime that I requested it for review. And I was supposed to read it before it was released. But then it was Christmas and things got in the way and it NEVER happened. Now it keeps getting pushed further down my TBR pile and it is sad because I still REALLY need to read this book.
Hallowed by Cynthia Hand; This is another book that I read the first one of right at the beginning of my blogging journey. Before Hallowed had even been released. The third didn’t even have a title. Now I’ve left it so long to read this second book in the trilogy that the whole series has finished and I missed it! Hope to catch up with the rest of the world on this series soon.
Scent of Magic by Maria V. Snyder; Just like with Scarlet by Marissa Meyer, I read this book in February 2012 (Same week, I was on holiday!) and I was hooked and I needed MORE and it urged me to keep an eye out on the sequel to it. I also bought other Snyder books because I loved her writing so much. (Guess who has yet to read those books…). When this book went up on Netgalley then, you can imagine how quick I was to request it. And how ashamed I know feel that it’s still on my TBR.
Frostbite by Richelle Mead; As soon as I finished Vampire Academy, I went straight online and ordered the next two books in the series because I HAD to read them. They arrived while I was in the middle of another book. And then I HAD to read a review book and then… well, Frostbite just kept getting pushed down the TBR. I really want to read at least Frostbite before the movie comes out, but hopefully more!
And those are just the top ten sequels too! There were still a fair few that didn’t make the cut! Which has made me very worried. And has made me feel fairly guilty as well. Maybe by the end of the year I’ll be less bogged down with series. Maybe.