I have this really, really bad habit of starting series and then not finishing them. It's not that I don't want to, I just move onto other authors and other books so that I can keep a good variety in my reading. But this fall I should really crack down on some sequels... do I smell a challenge brewing...?
Without further ado...
1. Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins - I read The Hunger Games a little while ago and really liked it, so I'm looking forward to book two.
2. Beautiful Days by Anna Godbersen - I read the first one over the summer and really liked it, so now I can't wait for number two.
3. City of Ashes - I'm in the middle of City of Bones now and I really like it, so I went out and bought book number two! Can't wait to read it.
4. Lost in a Good Book by Jasper Fforde - The second book in the Thursday Next series. These books are fantastic, witty, and hilarious. How can you not want to read them?
5. The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown - Which is the second book in the Robert Langdon series. Ron Howard got it so wrong with making the movie first before the others. Shame on him.
6. Rebel Angels by Libba Bray - Read the first book over the summer, really looking forward to the second book.
7. All These Things I've Done #2 - I haven't seen when this one is coming out, but the author totally sold me on her first book, so when the sequel is published I'm buying it.
8. The next Preston Child books in their Pendergast and Gideon Crew series. I figured I'd just bunch these fellas together.
9. The Search for the Red Dragon by James Owen - Book two in the Chronicles of the Imaginarium Geographica series. I read the first years ago and it was a fun read, I don't know why I never read book two...
10. The Sign of Four by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle - The second Holmes book. I have the entire collection in one of those sexy leather bound volumes, so I should get to it...
I always have problems reading sequels because I want to go off and explore other things. I'm hoping that I can break this bad habit over the fall. Does anybody else have to suffer from this? Anywhere, here's a list for me to start working on. Wish me luck - I'll need it.