I know I’ve altered the topic this week a little bit (heck, I can even remember what it was originally supposed to be), but I did so with good reason – there’s another list coming up in a couple of weeks that would’ve been practically identical to this one had I not changed things up a bit. Anyway, I decided to only include second books in a series. I don’t know about you, but I rarely read books in series back to back, so I have dozens of book twos I’ve been needing to get around to – some of which I’m confident are going to be amazing!
Top Ten Sequels on My Winter Horizon!
There’s a couple of sequels here that I’ve been sitting on for several years… I loved the first books to all of them, so I’m not really sure what my problem is. Perhaps the issue is that I was much further along in too many other series to focus on these. I do tends to want to read ALL THE BOOKS, which creates a delightful mess of reading ADD. I think I am most excited to read The Dagger’s Path coming out January 13th (my birthday!), but it looks like I have plenty of excellent sequels to keep me occupied until then. :-)
What sequels have you been meaning to read?
I am looking forward to Rebel. And will definitely check out the other titles..
Ooh! That one is actually the one I’m secondly most excited to read – the first one knocked my socks off!! I’ve been kind of saving it for a rainy day.
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I’m really looking forward to reading Siege and Storm too. Great list!
WOLFSBANE has been sitting on my bedside table for an embarrassingly long time! I do love to read series back to back but almost never get a chance to, and do have a ton that I’ve been sitting on as well now. Great list!
I loved the Pit Dragon Chronicles! Which feels weird saying, because I had completely forgot about that series! And Dragonsinger is one of my favourite McCaffrey novels, right up there with the first Dragon rider book :)
This list is awesome and I definitely have a terrible case of reading ADD too. There are a few listed here that I need to read too because they’ve just been sitting on my shelf.
Oh, the study trilogy is one of my all time faves. Most definitely recommend getting around to that one