Hello everyone! This week’s Top Ten Tuesday hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl is Standalone Books That Need a Sequel. This topic was harder for me than I expected because I read A LOT of series, but there were a few books that stood out to me that I wish there was more of.
Pop Princess by Rachel Cohn
I read this book in middle school and I remember being obsessed with it. I would love to see where it goes.
Only a Breath Apart by Katie McGarry
The relationship in this book was so strong and sweet, and felt so open ended to me. I really want to know how they survive on their own and see how their relationship blossoms.
Save the Date by Morgan Matson
I fell in love with the family in this book and I would love to read more about them. They are so sweet and funny and I would gladly read a whole series about them.
Carry On by Rainbow Rowell
This is kinda cheating since it IS getting a sequel soon, but it really does deserve one. I can’t WAIT for this.
My Name is Memory by Ann Brashares
This book ends on SUCH a cliff hanger and I wanted to scream when I finished it knowing there was no other books.
Wildflower Hill by Kimberley Freeman
The woman in this book was SO strong and amazing and I want to read more about her. Her story did feel like it wrapped up, but there’s gotta be more in there somewhere.
The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah
I know Kristin Hannah doesn’t like to write sequels, but I really want to know more about what happens to Lenni. This book was such a book hangover and I want to live in its world again. At least we have the movie to look forward to!
A Dangerous Fortune by Ken Follett
As we know, I’m a huge Ken Follett fan and this is one of his standalones that I died for. Please right another one Ken!
Valley of the Dolls by Jacqueline Susann
One of my favorite books of last year, I need more. I don’t know how it would be done, but I wish there was more. This book was too addicting.
The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
I know I am not the only one who feels this way. The world is too beautiful and haunting to let go of.