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November 18: Top Ten Sequels I Can’t Wait To Get
A few of these don’t have covers yet, so no pictures.
1. Cast in Honor; Michelle Sagara. (Chronicles of Elantra #11) Even after this many books, each one still leaves me wanting to know what happens next. The last book didn’t exactly end with a cliffhanger, but it had some problems resolved and one looming. And I must know how it ends!
2. End of Days; Susan Ee. (Penryn & The End of Days #3) I haven’t read book 2, because book 1 had an end that made me want track down the author and shake her. I rather want the end of the trilogy purchased, in case 2 gives me that same feeling.
3. Firefight; Brandon Sanderson. (Reckoners #2) There are no superheroes–super powers make you evil! I must know how and why that works, as it’s an interesting concept, and the reasons are hinted at in the first book.
4. Harbinger; Wen Spencer. (Elfhome #5) I just adore this world, especially Tinker, who is in books 1 and 2, but not as much in the others. And I have high hopes of her being in this one, more.
5. Hunter’s Trail; Melissa Olson. (Scarlett Bernard #3) A magical null, who’s just revealed powers she probably shouldn’t have. The supernatural community is all shaken up–this book will show the results.
6. Low Midnight; Carrie Vaughn. (Kitty Norville #13) Werewolf radio host named Kitty has kept me entertained for all these books. This one is going to deal with Cormac, who has a spirit in his head because… well, it’s complicated.
7. Magic Shifts; Ilona Andrews. (Kate Daniels #8) Big things happened in the last book. I can’t wait to see where it goes next. The authors haven’t let me down on anything I’ve read by them, so far.
8. A Plunder of Souls; D.B. Jackson. (Thieftaker Chronicles #3) Why does my library not have this book? It’s been out for a while! Historical fiction, well-written, with an interesting lead character.
9. Vision in Silver; Anne Bishop (The Others #3) I just love the world these books are set in so much. Humans and Others don’t really get along, there’s no romanticizing it–Others are predators. And that’s okay.
10. Winter; Marissa Meyer. (Lunar Chronicles #4) This one looks to be the end. I really want to see if the good guys can pull together a bad situation, because this series’ villain needs to be taken down.