I'm a big fan of Jane Austen's novels and I'd absolutely love to see what happened to all her characters after the stories ended. Did all of them continue to live happily ever after or not? Whom eventually ended up with whom? I also love reading sequels to Austen's books, so I immediately had to think of her work for this week's top 10!
I don't want to give anything away for those of you who haven't read the fourth and last part of 'The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants' series, but those of you who have read it will probably, just like me, wonder how the characters are doing now after everything that happened to them.
I'd love to see how Bella and Edward and their families and friends are doing after the end of the series!
Of course J.K. Rowling let us glimpse into the future at the end of the Harry Potter series, but I'd so love to read more about Harry, Ron and Hermione and how they are doing now. I definitely wouldn't mind another 7 HP novels! *still keeping my fingers crossed for this*
I used to love love love 'The Babysittersclub' books when I was a teenager. I'd really like to see what happened to Kristy, Mary Anne, Stacey, Dawn, Claudia and the others.
Another one of my childhood favourites which I still can't get enough of. I wouldn't mind visiting the March family again, seeing what all of them are up to now! And I have to admit, I secretly still have the hope Jo and Laurie ended up together... I'm sure I'm not the only one!
I don't know whether Lindsey Kelk plans on writing a seventh 'I Heart...' novel (I really really hope so!), but if not, I would love to just check in with Angela and the other characters one last time to see what they are all up to!
I would also like to check in with ALL the couples of Nicholas Sparks' love stories, to see whether they are still together and living happily ever after!
I know we were already lucky to get a sequel to Emily Giffin's amazing novel 'Something Borrowed', but I would really like to visit Rachel and Darcy again, to see where they are right now. The saying is 'something borrowed, something blue, something new', right? So I still keep my fingers crossed for a third part of the series!