Monday, November 4, 2013

TTT: Sequels I Can't Wait To Get My Hands On

Sequels I Can't Wait To Get My Hands On
Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Every week they have a different Top Ten list topic that a bunch of bloggers take and make their own list of those things.

This is such a difficult list to narrow down, but I managed to get it down to twelve. That's as good as it's going to get though, folks. But really, I AM DYING TO READ THESE THINGS*.

[I would like to take this moment to apologize for all the caps in this post. I'm just pumped, guys. I can't control my excitement. I JUST CAN'T. There go the caps again.]

Champion (Legend, #3)1. Champion
This one actually comes out today and I NEED IT ON MY EYEBALLS, OKAY*! The cover is gorgeous, the summary is intriguing to say the least, and the cliffhanger was killer. Need I say more?

Cold Spell (Fairytale Retellings, #4)2. Cold Spell
Yes. This book. I loved every other book in this series (except perhaps Sisters Red). I love how each book expands the world-building as well as connecting in cool ways and introducing a new fairy-tale with a twist. I've actually read another fairy-tale retelling of the story that this book is based on, so I'm interested to see where Jackson Pearce takes it.

Hollow City (Miss Peregrine, #2)3. Hollow City
I loved Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children and its interesting mixed media brand of storytelling. So when I heard that there was officially going to be a sequel I was pretty dang excited. And, I mean, it left off at a really interesting place that I'm not sure where it's headed. Even more reason to be excited.
The Unbound (The Archived, #2)
4 The Unbound
I loved the world of The Archived. It is easily one of the most inventive and well-executed premise for any book ever. Victoria Schwab's writing is gorgeous. There is literally no reason not to be excited for this book.

Lair of Dreams (The Diviners, #2)
5. Lair of Dreams
Am I ready to have my dreams haunted for another month? HECK YES*. More creeptastic, roaring twenties and scary occult-ish things. I am beyond pumped.

6. The Infinite Sea
What is even going to happen? I have no idea, but I want need to find out. The name also really intrigues me. What does it mean? Where is this all going? AHHHH*.

Isla and the Happily Ever After (Anna and the French Kiss, #3)7. Isla and the Happily Ever After
THIS BOOK. I adored Anna and the French Kiss, I loved Lola and the Boy Next Door. I am beyond excited to inhale another adorable love story in Stephanie Perkin's fantastic voice. It's going to be interesting because we've met Isla and Josh before, but it'll be great interesting. I can feel it.

Ruin and Rising (The Grisha, #3)8. Ruin and Rising
The two previous books of this series were absolutely stellar. I love Ravka and Alina and the world-building. Oh, and STURMHOND*. I am so prepared to delve into the world again for what I'm sure will be a stunning conclusion.

9. Blood of Olympus
For obvious reasons. I mean...Gaea, giants, Camp Halfblood, Camp Jupiter, deaths (DON'T LET THERE BE DEATHS*). I am desperate for this book, but at the same time I desperately don't want it. Because I just know people are going to die and it's going to hurt and it's the end of all things Percy Jackson and PLEASE DON'T LET IT END*.

Whew. Coming down from that little freak-out. I JUST HAVE A LOT OF FEELINGS*. (Mean Girls reference, guys. This is how I live my life).

10. Undivided
Another series that I desperately don't want to end, but that I need to see a conclusion to. I know that this will be a fitting conclusion to a brilliant series. Each book has only gotten better and better and I hope this will be no exception.

11. Mortal Heart
More assassin nuns? Give it to me now. I'm excited to hear more about Annith. I'm hoping we'll see small cameos from Ismae and Duval, and Sybella and Beast. That's my hope, at least. Or maybe see everyone come together? That'd be cool

12. Throne of Glass #3
This book doesn't even have a title BUT I NEED IT IN MY LIFE*. I mean, Chaol. CHAOL*. And Celaena. and the ocean. and the mission. WHAT IS LIFE? Life without this book is a difficult life indeed. I want to sneak into Sarah J. Maas' house and make her type it out that second and put it into my hand. Is that legal? Not sure. BUT I WANT TO*. 

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