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Top Ten Sequels That I Cannot Wait to Read
1. The Heart of Betrayal (The Remnant Chronicles #2) by Mary E. Pearson
July 7, 2015
The Kiss of Deception has been one of my favorite books this year, so far. You can read Kayla's review here and mine here. And the sequel's cover is sooooo much better.
2. The Mime Order (The Bone Season #2) by Samantha Shannon
January 27, 2015
Birthday book! I love that my birthday is on a Tuesday this year because several good books will be out. I really enjoyed the dark and gritty world of The Bone Season and can't wait to see where the next one takes us. You can read Kayla's review here.
3. Golden Son (Red Rising Trilogy #2) by Pierce Brown
January 13, 2015
I was really surprised by how much I enjoyed Red Rising. The YA dystopian genre is extremely hit or miss for me. And even though Red Rising used a lot of the same tropes as most of the dystopias these days, it worked. I really hope that Golden Son doesn't suffer from middle book syndrome. You can read Kayla's review of Red Rising here.
4. The Winner's Crime (The Winner's Trilogy #2) by Marie Rutkoski
March 3, 2015
I really enjoyed the historical fiction feel to the forbidden love story of The Winner's Curse. Also, Kestrel was a pretty strong heroine because she's smart even though she's not physically as strong as those around her. You can read Kayla's review here.
5. The Wizard Heir (The Heir Chronicles #2) by Cinda Williams Chima
I was a little underwhelmed by The Warrior Heir. I think it's because I LOVED Chima's Seven Realms series, and The Warrior Heir was nothing like that series. Now that I can go into The Wizard Heir knowing how different it will be, I think I'll like it a lot more.
6. The Terror of the Southlands (The Very Nearly Honorable League of Pirates #2) by Caroline Carlson
Magic Marks the Spot was probably the cutest book I have ever listened to. I was grinning almost the entire time I was listening to it. I want Katherine Kellgren to narrate every British voice now. You can read Kayla's review here.
7. The Vanishing Throne (The Falconer #2) by Elizabeth May
September 17, 2015
The Falconer ended on one of the worst cliffhangers I have ever read - it ended in the middle of a huge scene.
This has been a really good year for YA fantasy, and The Queen of the Tearling is one of my favorites. You can read Kayla's review here and my review here.
Snow Like Ashes is not only one of my favorite YA fantasies of the year, it's just one of my favorites period. You can read Kayla's review here and my review here.
Kristen Callihan proved with The Hook Up that she can write any type of romance, and I'll love it. I mean, she even wrote NA that I loved.