TTT: Sequels of 2018


Hi Munchworms!

First, let’s take some time to thank The Broke and the Bookish for their amazing work with Top Ten Tuesday. Starting January 16th, TTT will switch owners, so to speak, but that doesn’t mean we can’t shout out a huge thank you!

This week’s topic for The Broke and the Bookish‘s Top Ten Tuesday is “Books I’m Looking Forward to in 2018”

Because there are simply way too many books being released that I’m looking forward to, I’m going with sequels I can’t wait to get my hands on!

Still Me (Me Before You, #3)Daughter of the Siren Queen (Daughter of the Pirate King, #2)Legendary (Caraval, #2)Queen of Air and Darkness (The Dark Artifices, #3)A Court of Frost and Starlight (A Court of Thorns and Roses, #3.5)Batman: Nightwalker (DC Icons, #2)Rage (Stormheart, #2)Smoke in the Sun (Flame in the Mist, #2)Untitled (Throne of Glass, #7)

I haven’t even read all the current Throne of Glass-books yet, but I already know I’ll be anticipating the sequel. That’s just the way it is! As for number ten on this list, the sequel to Warcross by Marie Lu! I cannot wait to get my hands on that one!

Are there sequels missing on my list? Maybe it’s a series I haven’t even checked out yet?! Let me know!




42 thoughts on “TTT: Sequels of 2018

  1. Let’s see…sequels I’m looking forward to in 2018: Thunderhead by Neal Shusterman, Sightwitch by Susan Dennard, Obsidio by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff, The Heart Forger by Rin Chupeco, More Than We Can Tell by Brigid Kemmerer, Love & War by Melissa de la Cruz, The Emerald Sea by Richelle Mead, Smoke and Iron by Rachel Caine, The Towering Sky by Katharine McGee, and The Winter of the Witch by Katherine Arden.

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    1. Thank you!

      I think it’s hard to top Me Before You though. That book had such an emotional impact on me. Still liked After You but it wasn’t really the same, was it? I’m simply too curious to see what’ll happen next.

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    2. The end of Me before you broke my heart. I was sobbing so hard. (Although I feared it was going to end this way right up from the beginning)
      I liked After You, because it shows that such a story (like in book 1) has an impact on the character and this kind of an experience isn’t easy to overcome. So there is still a chance that I will read the last book as well.

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    1. Same here! Maas is pretty much an auto-buy already, haha.
      I get it. I’ve been the same about Still Me, but I know I’m somehow still looking forward to reading it and seeing how the whole story will end!


    1. I think this is one of those series that you just want to finish even if you don’t love all the books equally as much. They’re still beautiful stories in the end, aren’t they? [in a way, if you ignore the crying I obviously did during Me Before You]


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