Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week: top ten sequels we're dying to read. As usual, my list is a combination of books I want to buy, books that have yet to be published (or named! They may not exist), and books which I own but have yet to read. Some of them also appeared on last week's Top Ten TBR Books for Autumn.
1. Real Live Boyfriends by E. Lockhart - arrived in the post today. Am reading first chance I get.
2. The follow up to The Crowfield Demon by Pat Walsh - I don't even know what this book is called, or when it will be published, or anything. I assume it will exist because The Crowfield Demon left some threads hanging.
3. The Disorderly Knights by Dorothy Dunnett - Lymond in Malta, dealing with the Knights of St John (thus linking him to my favourite painter who shouldn't be let out without supervision, Carravagio) and meeting his Arch Nemesis. Read the first chapter a while ago and Lymond fools the English with an army of sheep, so he remains on form.
4. The Rivals by Daisy Whitney - I really enjoyed The Mockingbirds (my review here) and was a tiny bit disappointed that I'd have to wait till 2012 for the sequel.
5. Sweetly by Jackson Pearce - Sisters Red was really good (my review here) and now Jackson Pearce is tackling Hanzel and Gretel? I think it will be both awesome and disturbing, which are things I look for in a book.
6. Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins - everyone and their dog has read this but me. The daft thing is I want to read it but haven't yet. I think because it's the middle of a trilogy which means things are about to get very bad.
7. Supernaturally by Kiersten White - also arrived today, also needs to be read as soon as humanly possible.
8. The Lies that Bind by Lisa & Laura Roecker - how did I not know there was a sequel to The Liar Society? I wanted a sequel but that book could standalone but now I know there will be more. (tbp 2012)
9. ...and That's When It Fell Off in My Hand by Louise Rennison - these books have surprised me by how much I enjoy them, just a shame I have to watch the library catalogue like a hawk to get copies as they're returned.
10. Frostbite by Richelle Mead - again, surprised by how much I enjoyed Vampire Academy, and again having to get this from the library and curse whoever took it out before me.