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If you could get a sequel for any book, what would it be?

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  1. […] Booking Through Thursday asks: If you could get a sequel for any book, what would it be? […]

  2. This wasn’t an easy question for me but i finally got it.
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  3. My post’s up:

    Basically, I’d like to see more stories by authors set in the continuity/world of their series–Harry Potter and Dragonlance most notably. Most of what I read is series stuff, so by virtue of being part of a series and if there’s not an official “final book,” then I already “know” there’ll be a sequel. In the case of say, Grisham, King, and Meltzer, their books seem to generally stand well as one-shot things; though it’s cool when subsequent books even have a throw-away line referencing an earlier book, establishing each as existing in a “shared universe,” even if protagonists and the specific premise of the book is in no way any kind of direct follow-up/continuation of something.

  4. Loved this question – much prefer wishing for sequels instead of wishing for books to just END already Here’s my answer:

  5. Such a hard choice! There are just so many books!

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  6. Psique @ Book Travels

    I loved this week question.

    Here is mine:

    Psique @ Book Travels

  7. As soon as I put this book down, I wanted more. Sequel was exactly what I had in mind.

  8. There are so many books I love that already have sequels. Here is what I came up with.

  9. I realized I’m not craving any sequels, but I could go for a few.

  10. […] week’s Booking Through Thursday prompt is especially […]

  11. I would love to have a sequel to Last Sacrifice (Vampire Academy)!! Ok, happy ending and so on, but after reading the whole serie and after all that fighting for Dimitri, I think the ending in Last Sacrifice was too fast. I want a story of Rose and Dimitri and their happiness. Don’t get me wrong – I know about Bloodlines and I will read it – but I want a story for Rose too <3 Just to see what were we fighting for in 6 books ;)

    happy reading,

  12. _Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society_

    Never, ever, have I wanted to be somewhere with a cast of characters like I did at the end of Guernsey.


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