Welcome to another edition of Top Ten Tuesday which is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish! This weeks top 10 are “Top Ten Books I Wish Could Have Had Sequels”
1. The Mad Scientist’s Daughter by Cassandra Rose Clark: I loved this book and would love to read more about this world full of Androids and humans.
2. Code Name Verity by Elizabeth Wein: I want to know more about these characters and what happens to them. Yes, I do have Rose Under Fire to read…so we will see if that will satisfy my craving for more Elizabeth Wein.
3. Cursed Pirate Girl by Jeremy Bastion: Argh…why are there no more volumes of Cursed Pirate Girl! I need to know what happens to her! This was such a delightful read and there has to be more to the story than this!
4. Every Day by David Levithan: I am dying to read more about A and his adventures as he wakes up in a new body every day!
5. The Wicked and the Just by J. Anderson Coates: I would love to read more books from Coates, especially set in this English occupied Wales. This book ended like real life…the characters’ lives just went on…and I would love to read more about them.
6. Ready Player One by Ernest Cline: I don’t know how Cline could make a sequel as good as this book, but I am dying to see him try and I would definitely read it if it came out.
7. The Scorpio Races by Maggie Stiefvater: I just loved the island and world this book took place on. I would love to read more about that island of people and about the water horses.
8. All Men of Genius by Lev AC Rossen: I loved this steampunk read about a young girl genius who lies to get into an elite school only to find killer automatons in the basement. I want to read more adventures about Violet.
9. Breadcrumbs by Anne Ursu: I don’t actually need a sequel to this book, but I do need a companion novel to this book. I would love to read another quirky fairy tale retelling set in Minnesota like this one. I just so loved this book.
10. Every Other Day by Jennifer Lynn Barnes: Every other day our heroine becomes a monster kicking super hero machine…every other day she’s just a normal girl. There were so many great things about this book and so many things I still need to know about the main character. Barnes where is the sequel to this creative and fantastic read!!!!