Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Top Ten Sequels Daisy Can't Wait To Get


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1. The Mime Order by Samantha Shannon: so this is cheating a bit since I've already read and loved it, due to Debby generously loaning me her ARC, but I can't wait to get my own finished copy! Also, you should all read it, cause it's REALLY good.

2. Untitled Throne of Glass #4 by Sarah J. Maas: I NEED THIS!!! Heir of Fire left me with ALL THE FEELS and I need MORE. The wait is KILLING ME! If you want to see me rave and go crazy fangirl over Heir of Fire, here's my review.

3. The Heart of Betrayal by Mary E. Pearson: I absolutely loved The Kiss of Deception, so I need the sequel in my life to find out what happens next!

4. Half the World by Joe Abercrombie: Half a King was beyond amazing and I love Yarvi so much! He reminds me of Tyrion and that's not a comparison I make lightly. Go forth and read this.

5. The Secrets of Sir Richard Kenworthy by Julia Quinn: so technically this might not count as a sequel, but it's the 4th instalment in the Smythe-Smith Quartet and I just love Julia Quinn's writing!

6. Emeralds & Ashes by Leila Rasheed: young adult historical fiction done absolutely right! I LOVE this series! Sad that this will be the last book...

7. Ensnared by A.G. Howard: THIS SERIES YOU GUYS!! There is no end to my love for it and the characters and MORPHEUS and just GIVE IT TO ME NOOOOOOWWWWWW!!! Also: how will I recover once this series is finished???

8. This Shattered World by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner: These Broken Stars tugged on all my feelings, even if I was hesitant to read it cause I'm not really all that into books set in space and weird planets and all that, but it was SO GOOD. So This Shattered World is gonna get lots of hugs when it arrives in my mailbox!

9. Doors of Stone by Patrick Rothfuss: Patrick Rothfuss is just a genius, he has a way of storytelling that is brilliant and captivating and just perfect. So please can this no doubt amazing book get released so I can love the crap out of it?

10. The Winds of Winter by George R.R. Martin: you didn't seriously think I'd leave this off the list, did you? Full disclosure: I haven't read A Dance With Dragons yet, but that's partly because I know the wait for Winds of Winter will be EXCRUCIATING. I respect brilliance takes time, but I can't help but want to series to be completed because I am so invested in all these characters!

So that's it for me, what's on your list?


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21 comments:

  1. I had no idea Abercrombie's next book already has a title! Must add to Goodreads. I also have Rothfuss, Shannon, and Maas on my list - and I would have included Quinn if I knew her book was coming up! I love your list :)

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    1. Awww, thank you! :) I didn't know Half the World was the title either until I was making this list ;)

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  2. I was so close to putting ToG #4 on my list! But decided to just go with series that I'm dying to get the second book of. Otherwise, ToG #4 would totally have been at the top! Also, ENSNARED! MORPHEUS <3
    This Shattered World was fantastic! I didn't love it as much as These Broken Stars, but it was still awesome :)
    I really need to get around to The Bone Season! Everyone seems to love it! I'll have to make sure it's at the top of my TBR for next year! Great list :)

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    1. MORPHEUS YESSSSSSS!!!! <3
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      Glad to hear This Shattered World was good! And yes, you absolutely need to read The Bone Season, the writing is amazing!

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  3. Great list! I can't wait for most of these, too, though only Half the World made it on my top 10. I'm dying to read it!

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  4. 1. Doors of Stone [Kingkiller Chronicle] by Pat Rothfuss
    2. Thorn of Emberlain [Gentleman Bastard] by Scott Lynch
    3. The Ministry of Necessity [Gentleman Bastard] by Scott Lynch
    4. The Mage and the Master Spy [Gentleman Bastard] by Scott Lynch
    5. Peace Talks [The Dresden Files] by Jim Butcher
    6. Mirror Mirror [The Dresden Files] by Jim Butcher
    7. Golden Son [Red Rising Trilogy] by Pierce Brown
    8. United [Red Rising Trilogy] by Pierce Brown
    9. The Skull Throne [Demon Cycle] by Peter V. Brett
    10. The Core [Demon Cycle] by Peter V. Brett

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    1. Nice list! I really need to start some of the series on your list, mainly Gentleman Bastard series.

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    1. I have so much love for that series!

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  6. I'm pretty sure there's a whole horde of us crying in a corner after Heir of Fire haha. I haven't gone this crazy for a series since Harry Potter!

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    1. I know! It does really remind me of the heartbreaking wait for the next instalment I had with HP as well!

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  7. Hahaha, I love your comment on Doors of Stone - I totally agree.

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    1. I am so dying to read it!! It'll definitely be worth the wait, I just wish the wait was a teeny bit shorter..

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  8. It looks like some fun reading is coming your way, enjoy. Have a nice week. kelley—the road goes ever ever on

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  9. HOW ON EARTH did I forget Winds of Winter?! Maybe because it feels like it is never coming...guh. But seriously I need that book like I need oxygen so we're at LIFE SUSTAINING NEED LEVEL.

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    1. Haha, yes, I know that feeling ;) Can you imagine what it's gonna be like waiting for the one after that? THE HORROR.

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  10. I'm with you on Winds of Winter! I haven't read A Dance With Dragons yet either, because I was warned by two friends it ends with all the feels. Ugh. I hate being patient!!!

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    1. Me too! And I'm really not good at being patient when it comes to books ;)

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  11. Really popular question this week. There are HUGE number of links. I'm sure I'll find *way* too many wishlist books from looking at peoples' blog posts.

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