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Today's topic is: Books I wish had a sequel
Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks by E. Lockhart
I think this book is pure perfection as is, but I could read about Frankie all day. She was only a sophomore when she shook up her school the way she does here. Imagine her as a senior...or in college.
This is What Happy Looks Like by Jennifer E. Smith
I really enjoyed this inconspicuous summer romance, but the ending was a bit ambiguous. I'd love to know what happens next between the sweet couple.
Golden by Jessi Kirby
I'd love to follow Parker into her post high school years.
Baby Proof by Emily Giffin
I loved Claudia and Ben and would love to see where they are now.
Drink, Slay, Love by Sarah Beth Durst
I tend to shy away from vampire novels these days, but I loved snarky Pearl and wouldn't mind reading more of her story.
The Hunt by Jennifer Sturman
So this is actually the fourth book in the Rachel Benjamin series, but it definitely didn't seem like it should have been the last book. This one was released in 2007 by the now debunk Red Dress Ink, so I'm not expecting more books, but I really liked this breezy-mystery series and am bummed that I don't know what happened to Rachel and her boyfriend, Peter.
Dead Rules by Randy Russell
Honestly, I didn't love this book, but I did think it was an interesting take on life after life and think it almost needs a sequel.
Parallel by Lauren Miller
This parallel worlds book was really fun and I'd love to know what happens next.
3 Willows by Ann Brashares
I recently gave this spin-off of the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants series book a second look and really enjoyed it. I thought this book was going to be the first in a series, but it's been a few years since it was released, so I guess not.
Harry Potter by JK Rowling
I would love to go back to Hogwarts. Surely there is still some evil in the world for their children to fight...Hermione could be the Headmaster. Harry could be the dark arts teacher...
Those are just a few of the stories I'd like to see continued. What books made your list this week? Link me up!
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