03 August 2017

The Books I Need a Sequel For (#BroodyWeek)

Broody Week is a bit like Shark Week. But with less teeth and blood and more dazzling orbs and tousled manes. And it's come about because life has gotten in the way of my BroodyBFF duties, which is very sucky, because I love Broody.

Some books end and I'm left desperately wanting more. Some series end and I'm left desperately wanting more. With some books I will put off reading the last chapters for weeks, just so they don't end quite as soon. With some series I will put off reading the last book forever for months, just so they don't end quite as soon. They need sequels.

  

Acid by Emma Pass is a standalone, but it felt like it could have continued on forever. I absolutely loved the book when I first read it a few years ago, and even now I think about it and how I want it to continue.

Ballet Shoes by Noel Streatfeild is one of my favourite books in the world. I love the tone, the writing, the characters. And I would love to see what Petrova makes of herself.

Black Rabbit Summer by Kevin Brooks. What happened to Raymond?

What book do you need more of?


This post is part of the Brooding YA Hero #BroodyBFF Streetteam Challenge.

8 comments:

  1. I totally get what you mean about prolonging a good book - I hate when I speed through a good one really fast! There are so many standalone novels that could do with sequels but then I also think, why ruin a great thing? Sometimes sequels can ruin the magic! Thanks for sharing - haven't heard of these titles so I'll definitely check them out x

    Rumaanah // https://ruminvte.wordpress.com/

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  2. I love that you've shared this! It's an interesting idea for a post - I love the sound of acid and the last book as I've never read any of them x

    Kayleigh Zara 🌿www.kayleighzaraa.com

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  3. I've never read any of these books and they seem interesting! I'm actually happy with all the books I've read so far, but then again, most of the books that I've read have their sequels anyway. x Ain
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  4. Im the same with books, you get so invested in characters and then it just ends!

    Beth | Quirks and Queries
    http://www.quirksandqueries.com

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  5. You are literally my go to source for amazing books! You really have inspired me to start making sure I read more 💖

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  6. I stopped by your blog today
    Ann

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  7. I got you. I definitely understand the feeling when Some books end and left us desperately wanting more..I got moody when it happen (=.=)

    http://bunnyawn.blogspot.co.id/

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  8. I would love more of Jennifer Lynn's Barnes The Fixer series! There's only two book in it, but the last one left so much open for a third book!

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