There are some books we never want to end, where we read the final page, close the back cover, keep hold of it a little longer (maybe stroke the cover a bit), and think, “What next?”
In a world where it seems every other title released is due to later form part of a trilogy or more, our tastes have undoubtedly been trained to crave stories which are series. But what about those great books that are stand alone books, where the author never intended for there to be a follow-up? In this day and age, don’t they deserve their sequel moment too?
Not every book lends itself to a spin-off. That said, a child remains inside most of us and that child demands the story not end. To indulge it, here are some suggestions […]
[First Published at AmReading.com:]