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The Books We Wished Had Sequels

Sometimes, when we love a great book, we feel the smallest bit of dissatisfaction at the idea that one, perhaps two books, will be all we get. It kind of bums us out. We know we can always go back and reread, but it’s the lingering ideas of what would happen next that stokes the […]

Sometimes, when we love a great book, we feel the smallest bit of bookdissatisfaction at the idea that one, perhaps two books, will be all we get. It kind of bums us out. We know we can always go back and reread, but it’s the lingering ideas of what would happen next that stokes the dissatisfaction. This week we discuss the books and stories we wish had sequels.

What about you, LitStackers? What stories and characters would you like to read more about?  We want to hear from you!

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2 responses to “The Books We Wished Had Sequels”

  1. elisha.dew@gmail.com' Elisha Dew says:

    Sharon, I’m so glad I’m not alone in my “no sequels necessary” opinion. There are lots of things I wouldn’t mind reading more of (like your Tolkein example), but I don’t feel the need for it.

  2. diane@paragonprep.com' paradiane says:

    I’ve always wished for a sequel to Mockingbird but now I’m not sure I want it!

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