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24 September 2013

Top Ten Favourite Sequels!

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.

Ten of my favourite sequels so far:


  1. HP for sure! I actually preferred Catching Fire over The Hunger Games to be honest! It just had a great flow and lots going on.

  2. Great list! Harry Potter and Lord of The Rings are excellent additions!

  3. I'm reading Crown of midnight now and I agree, it's ahaaamazing! Scarlet is one of the best <3 And I love HP of course! The eternity was a good sequel, I think I liked Catching fire even more than THG and the other books are on my reading list. Great picks :)!


  4. I see we share quite a few, nice list!
    I stayed clear of Potter this week cause I liked later books more.
    Happy reading!

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  5. OMG! I forgot The Eternity Cure! And Onyx! Ugh, I am so bad! Should've just done 10 YA and 10 adult...but that's probably "cheating". Yay for Scent of Magic! I chose that one too, despite the cruel ending Maria gave us! Netgalley needs to get that ARC ASAP so I can read it already! ;)

    Here's my Tuesday Post

    Have a GREAT day!

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  6. I've only read three of the books you've listed here but I LOVE 'Scarlet' and 'PoA' (I have more mixed feelings about 'Catching Fire' - the stuff I like I love but there are other bits which really put me off!). I have to admit that Order of the Phoenix is my favourite of the mid-series HP books but PoA was top for a really long time!

  7. Yay for Catching Fire and Azkaban! I have both on my list too. I almost put Onyx on my list and I can't believe I didn't think of Two Towers! That's my fave LOTR sequel, because of all the time spent in Rohan (Eowyn is my absolute favorite character - other than Sam of course!). Great list! :)

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