TOP 5 TUESDAY (#22) : books that need a prequel


Hi guys! This week I’ve somewhat stayed on my schedule and am writing this on Monday already. Happy Easter for you all, hopefully you had a great time! My son sadly was sick last week and on Saturday they were supposed to go egg hunting at grandma’s but since he was sick, he had to stay home with me and the Little Lady which of course made him sad. But her little sister tried to comfort him and promised that she’d bring eggs for him, and she did. I might be going a little stir crazy having been indoors for a week now though 😀

Top 5 Tuesday is created and hosted by Shanah at Bionic Book Worm and todays topic is top 5 books that need a prequel! 

EDIT/ No matter the actual topic (that I didn’t apparently actually read and internalize) it seems that I actually made this whole post about sequels.. And since I’m done already, I’m too lazy to start over so let this be top five book that need a sequel.


The Undercover Mother
I would love to see how they do when their children grow up! With the first negative age, teens etc


The Hate U Give
I would love to hear more about Starr and her family and life in general!


I just liked this books so much that I want more!


The Sun Is Also a Star
For me this book ended in “cliffhanger”. I would have loved to know what becomes of them so I’d like to have more.


The Night Circus
I’ve read this one four years ago and don’t remember that much about it. But well, I wouldn’t say no to the sequel.


So yeah, here’s my wishes to prequels sequels and some headless babble about egg hunting. This is what happens to one who only gets to have conversations with her kids whom all are talking about motocross, princesses, poop etc 😀 Okay, I will stop now and put the Little Lady down for nap.


4 thoughts on “TOP 5 TUESDAY (#22) : books that need a prequel

  1. I’m so glad to see that so many other people have mentioned The Night Circus! I loved that book and her writing so much. Even if she doesn’t write a prequel, I hope she at least writes something! And The Hate You Give – ah!! I loved Starr and her family so much. Amazing families are so hard to come by in YA sometimes and I wish we could have more of them!
    Thanks so much for participating – added you to the list 🙂

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