Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Top Five Wednesday: Books I Wish Had Sequels!

Hey everyone and welcome back to my blog! Today I participating in weekly meme Top 5 Wednesday, which is hosted by Sam from Thoughts on Tomes. If you want to participate, check out the goodreads page here! The prompt for this week is the five books that we wish had sequels. I actually had a pretty hard time finding five books, because I am pretty happy with how the books I've read have ended! If you participated this week in Top Five Wednesday, make sure to link your post down below! :) My list is in no specific order.

5.) Storm by Brigid Kemmerer
Okay, I know this book already has several sequels, but they all focus on different characters. What I would like instead is a novel focusing on Becca and Chris. I only started liking the characters right as the book was finishing. I would appreciate even just a short story of the two to further cement their relationship, which was shaky at best in Storm. 

4.) The Unexpected Everything by Morgan Matson
I don't want to read a sequel to Maybe Someday, but I want to read Clark's book. If you don't know, there are snippets of a character's book within The Unexpected Everything. The parts that were featured in the book really drew me in, and I would pick up the book in a heartbeat if it was real. 

3.) Every Last Breath by Jennifer L. Armentrout
I just want to see everyone get a happy ending. There is a love triangle in this trilogy, and though my ship sailed, I still felt bad for the other guy. I wouldn't mind to see a bonus novella of some sort be released that touched base on him. 

2.) Ashes to Ashes by Jenny Han and Siobhan Vivian
I want another book to this series just because this final book was infuriating. It is the lowest rated book in the series, and I'm not surprised. I read this book over a year ago, and I still get mad when I think about it. A sequel might not fix the disappointing ending, though.

1.) Maybe Someday by Colleen Hoover
I don't necessarily want a full length novel about Sydney and Ridge, but I do want to see a bit more of their relationship. I loved Maybe Not, the companion novella that followed secondary characters Warren and Bridgette. But what I would like more than a short story of Sydney and Ridge would be amazing to see a story about Maggie! There is a short story that is on Colleen Hoover's website about Maggie, but I just want to see more of her.  

Thanks for stopping by and I'll see you soon with another post!
Happy Reading!

Genni @ Ready, Set, Read!   


  1. I'm going to be reading the sequel to Storm soon - I hope it's just as good even if it focuses on different characters.

    I wish Cristin Terrill's All Our Yesterdays had received a sequel...

    1. I hope you like it, Lauren! I'm thinking of reading the sequel sometime soon! For sure before the year ends! I haven't heard of All Our Yesterdays! I'll have to check it out.

  2. At first, I could agree with wanting to read Clark's book, but I also would prefer Morgan Matson to just write contemporary novels. It's not that I don't think she would do a bad job, but I'm just afraid the book wouldn't be as good as it could be. maybe I'm just being picky /:

    1. I completely understand where your coming from! Morgan Matson is one of my favorite contemporary authors, and I wouldn't want to be disappointed with a fantasy.

  3. I sooo agree with Maybe Someday! It's one of my absolute favourites! Great list!

    - Poulami @ Daydreaming Books