Top Ten Tuesday is hosted at The Broke and the Bookish.
This week's topic is Top Ten Sequels I Can't Wait To Get. I'm kind of having more luck with stand-alone titles at the moment; series just aren't doing it for me. So I'm not sure I can come up with ten. Or maybe I can... Let's see:
End of Days by Susan Ee - Book three in the Penryn & the End of Days series! Eek! I have rolled my eyes through much of the first two books, and yet... I need to keep reading. There's something about these silly angel books that's just so addicting.
The Fox Inheritance by Mary E. Pearson - The Adoration of Jenna Fox is one of the most highly rated books on my blog... and yet, I still haven't sought out the sequels. Maybe it's time to change that.
Hollow City by Ransom Riggs - If this book is anything like Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, it should be really good. I can't wait to read more about those unique children and their adventures.
The New Hunger by Isaac Marion - This is actually the prequel to Warm Bodies, but it was written after. It would be interesting to get some backstory on how R and Julie's world ended up the way we see it in Warm Bodies.
untitled Warm Bodies sequel by Isaac Marion - Once I've read the prequel, I'll be all set to read this sequel, whenever it comes out.
Night of Cake & Puppets by Laini Taylor - I loved the three main books of the Daughter of Smoke & Bone trilogy... and yet I haven't read this companion novella yet. Why haven't I? Why?!
Quest by Aaron Becker - Journey has gotten my highest rating so far this year... and it's a wordless picture book! I really want to "read" this sequel.
Scarlet by Marissa Meyer - I wasn't all that impressed with Cinder, but I've heard that Scarlet is actually better... so I might give it a try. I like the premise of the whole series; I just wasn't sold on the characters and world-building in the first book.
Under the Light by Laura Whitcomb - A Certain Slant of Light is one of my favourite YA titles. I've been meaning to read the sequel for ages, but I just can't bring myself to pay full price for the book (and the library doesn't have it... boo!).
The Untimely Deaths of Alex Wayfare by M. G. Buehrlen - The 57 Lives of Alex Wayfare is a weird book for me. I did enjoy it (though not as much as my rating reflects; it's one of the reasons I changed my rating system a bit), but that ending really made me keep thinking about the characters and story, and the book has actually grown on me since I finished it. I'm really looking forward to the sequel now; I must know what happens!
What are some sequels that you're looking forward to?