10 Best Sequel Books Update 05/2022

It’s hard enough to write a good book, but it’s even more difficult to follow it up with another one that is both readable and fun. Here, we look at our top 10 sequel novels, where the author of a best-selling book has done it again and done it even better than the first time around. Then, put your feet up and enjoy some great sequels!

Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll

Who can forget the Mad Hatter, the Cheshire Cat, and the Queen of Hearts? Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll shows Alice return to Underland and meet up with all of the characters from the first book, which is why it’s so good. However, when she comes back, she finds that the Hatter is not himself even by his own standards because he has lost his family. What comes next is an amazing journey through fantasy and time as she fights to get his family back. It’s worth reading!

The Restaurant at the End of the Universe by Douglas Adams

The Hitchhikers’ Guide to the Galaxy was a great book, but Douglas Adams’ follow-up, The Restaurant at the End of the Universe, is even better. The story is about Arthur Dent, Marvin, and Zaphod Beeblebrox, three-headed aliens from Earth. They keep having adventures in space. This story will make you laugh out loud, just like the first one did. That’s why we put it on our list.

Go Set a Watchman by Harper Lee

To Kill a Mockingbird was a deeply moving book about racial tensions during a high-profile trial in the 1950s deep South of the United States. After reading the first book, Go Set a Watchman, you can see how the characters from the first book are still there in the second one. It’s about a complicated father-daughter relationship that takes center stage. Jean Finch goes back to the town where she grew up and sees Atticus, her father’s lawyer. She is shocked by the level of bigotry in the town. Want a book that you can’t put down? Then this sequel is right up there with the best of the best.

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Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator by Roald Dahl

This book by Roald Dahl, Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator, is a great follow-up to the world-famous Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. It has a glass elevator in it, so this sequel picks up where the first one left off. Willy Wonka, Charlie, and his grandfather are flying into space. What comes next is a very important, interesting, and compelling story that has a lot of monster aliens and a lot of fun. As a follow-up, this one is worth its salt.

Doctor Sleep by Stephen King

In Doctor Sleep, Stephen King tells us about the next part of the story, which happened after the events at the Overlook Hotel in The Shining. During the first book’s first few chapters, Dan Torrence was a child. His father was possessed by evil spirits and tried to kill him and his mother. Dan grows up and meets Abra, who also has a “shining” gift. If you read the book, you’ll know why.

The Bourne Supremacy by Robert Ludlum

This is the second episode in the Bourne Saga, and it picks up where the first one left off. Jason Bourne is living in India. Afterward, Bourne is chased down by the CIA with the goal of killing him. Bourne, on the other hand, is made of hard material, and he won’t be going down easy. People will be on the edge of their seats as he fights to clear his name and bring the guilty to justice.

Amazon.com: The Bourne Supremacy: Jason Bourne Book #2: 9780345538208:  Ludlum, Robert: Books

Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins

Katniss Everdeen won the Hunger Games and thought that she could live the rest of her life in peace. When Suzanne Collins’ book Catching Fire comes out, she is soon back in a fight for her life. There are people in power who don’t want Katniss to start a revolution. They do everything they can to make sure she doesn’t start a rebellion. We don’t want to give away too much at this point, so we suggest you read the book for yourself. It’s a great follow-up.

Nautilus by Jules Verne

Nautilus, written by Jules Verne, is a change of pace and time. It is a long-running sequel to 20,000 leagues under the sea. It is in the middle of the 19th century, and the US Navy is looking for what they think is a huge sea monster. In fact, it is Captain Nemo in his Nautilus submersible. The story is told from the point of view of marine biologist Prof. Pierre Aronnax. It’s a sequel that we recommend, especially to sci-fi fans.

Prince Caspian by C.S.Lewis

Prince Caspian is a sequel to C.S. Lewis’s The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, and it comes in the form of Prince Caspian. In Narnia, Lucy, Edmund, Peter, and Susan return to the world one year after their first adventure. They find that more than 1,300 years have passed, and that war is once again raging. Together with Prince Caspian, they try to defeat evil King Miraz in an epic sequel that we’re sure will be a hit.

Gump and Co by Winston Groom

Winston Gump wrote the book Forrest Gump, and now there is a sequel called Gump and Co. If you read it, you’ll be happy to know that it has the same title. In the second book, Forrest has money problems and ends up working as a janitor at a strip club. At the end of the first book, Forrest was a millionaire. Then again, Forrest isn’t like most people. He moves on to play in the NFL, crash the Exxon Valdez, and fight in Desert Storm. People who read the amazing sequel to this book will get to know all about his life.

Gump & Co.: Groom, Winston: 9781451607543: Amazon.com: Books

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