Top 5 Sequels I Need to Get To

Top 5 Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by Shanah @ The Bionic Book Worm. Each week, she gives a different topic to explore. This week is the top 5 sequels I need to get to. Here are mine!

A Question of Holmes book cover

I read A Study in Charlotte last year and really liked it. The other books in the series I listened to on audio. I didn’t like them quite as much, but I enjoy them enough to want to finish the series. Since I only own the first book, I’m reluctant to buy the last and am sort of waiting for the library to get it in some format.

Aru Shah and the Song of Death book cover

This is kind of cheating, because I think is just came out today. I thought it came out two weeks ago, but couldn’t find it. I finally looked it up. Goodreads says it comes out today, Amazon says yesterday. But, whenever it is, I want it and plan to read it ASAP.

E is for Evidence book cover

I only stared reading the Kinsey Milhone novels after Sue Grafton’s death, but I really, really like them a lot. The problem is, my library doesn’t have the older books. Luckily, a used bookstore by my parents does, so my mom’s got this one. We just need to wait until we see each other again for me to get my hands on the next. (Yes, I know I don’t really need to read them in order. I just want to.)

The Whispering Room book cover

This is the second in the Jane Hawk novels by Dean Koontz. It took me a bit to get into the first one, The Silent Corner, but once I did, I really enjoyed it. I’m looking forward to reading this.

Treacherous is the Night book cover

Anna Lee Huber is one of my favorite mystery authors. I really enjoyed the first Verity Kent novel (so much that I read it in one night), and can’t wait to finally read the sequel.

Wow. I have a lot of reading I need to do. I better get on it!

What are some sequels that you are looking forward to finally getting around to?