Hi everyone! I hope you’ve all had a good week since I last did one of these. We’re heading into week four of lockdown here and honestly I can’t say I feel great about the thought of this lasting for months more. I did have a decent Easter weekend, the weather was nice so I spent lots of time reading outside and went for a run, but there’s only so much you can do when you are stuck inside so my days do feel endlessly repetitive at the moment.
Anyway, as it’s Tuesday, I have another Top Ten Tuesday for you all, courtesy of Jana at That Artsy Reader Girl. Again, I don’t know what this week’s topic was meant to be, as I wrote this before I arrived in South Africa, so once again, I’ve made up my own topic for this week, and this time I’m talking about Top Ten Sequels I Want To Read. Some of these I’ll be reading this year, some I won’t, but they are all sequels that I want to get to at some point:
- Seasons of War (Skulduggery Pleasant #13)-Derek Landy
I’m so excited to read the next instalment of the Skulduggery Pleasant series. I feel like this new phase of the series has really hit its stride now, and we’re finally going to get to see what Saracen’s magical discipline is, which is something I’ve been wanting for ages!
2. Queen of Volts (The Shadow Game #3)-Amanda Foody
I AM SO EXCITED FOR THIS BOOK I CAN’T EVEN! I really loved King of Fools, it was such a great sequel and really set up for some exciting stuff in this book. I loved the prologue when it was released back in January, and I can’t wait to read the rest of the book.
3. The Lady’s Guide To Petticoats and Piracy (Montague Siblings #2)-Mackenzi Lee
I loved Gentleman’s Guide last year, and I really loved Felicity, so I’m super excited that she gets her own book and I can’t wait to see what exploits she gets up to now!
4. King of Scars-Leigh Bardugo
Okay, so technically this is the first book in its series, but since this series is a continuation of the Grishaverse, and you definitely couldn’t read it without the others, it’s a sequel as well. I’m so excited for this one, Nikolai is my favourite character in the Grishaverse and I’m so happy that he’s finally getting his own book.
5. The Tyrant’s Tomb (Trials of Apollo #4)-Rick Riordan
I’ve always been a Rick Riordan fan, and though I’ve felt myself growing out of his books in recent years, I really want to finish off this series, though, I might not read more of his books in the future. I do love this world and these characters and want to see where they all end up.
6. Thunderhead (Arc of A Scythe #2)-Neal Shusterman
I read Scythe about three years ago now, well almost, and for whatever reason, though I’ve bought the second book, I’ve yet to pick it up yet. I’ve heard that Thunderhead is even better than Scythe, so hopefully I’ll love it when I read it.
7. Children of Virtue and Vengeance (Orisha Legacy #2)-Tomi Adeyemi
I’ve been meaning to read this for months, but of course haven’t got around to it because I’m me and putting off books I’m excited for is pretty standard. Still, this is definitely going to be my next read and I’m really looking forward to seeing what Zelie and Amari get up to next.
8. The Mask Falling (The Bone Season #4)-Samantha Shannon
Finally, we’ll have the fourth Bone Season book next year! I’ve been waiting since I read The Song Rising in 2017 for this book, and I know it takes place in Paris, so I’m super excited to see how Paige and Warden get on in their travels to this new city!
9. A Court of Wings and Ruin (ACOTAR #3)-Sarah J Maas
I read the first two books, but basically ACOWAR was so large, and at the time I wasn’t hearing great things about it, so I kind of put it on the backburner for a while and never got around to reading it. Still, I would like to know how that trilogy ends (more books have been announced) so I definitely have to read this one eventually.
10. Liberte (Enchantee #2)-Gita Trelease
I loved Enchantee so naturally I’m excited to see where Camille’s story goes next. I’m a little disappointed that it’s been pushed back to next year, but at least by then it won’t take forever to get my hands on books!
So there we go, those are the Top Ten Sequels I Want To Read. Do we share any? What sequels do you want to read? Let me know in the comments!
I will be back next week with another Top Ten Tuesday, which will once again be a different topic than the scheduled one, I’ll be talking about Top Ten 2019 Releases I Missed Out On That I Still Want To Read.