19 Books You Wish There Were Sequels To
we really love a novel, we can't just let it go at "the end."
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Back Bay Books
We Love It:
Tartt taught us that a single moment can change our lives—and so can
a single book. The story of Theo Decker, whose mother died in a bombing at the
Metropolitan Museum, captivated us for almost 800 pages, as we moved through a
world of violence and beauty, art and obsession, cruelty and kindness.
Sequel: We're still feeling this story. Now,
we're craving more of before—as in a
prequel about Theo's beautiful mother, whose death sets the The Goldfinch in motion.
— Dawn Raffel