Top Ten Tuesday – Books I Wish Had An Epilogue

Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday! Hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, this week it is Books I Wish Had An Epilogue. I thought that this would be easy as I love an epilogue, but rarely see one. Upon investigating books further most books actually finish off with an epilogue style ending or they are part of a series so didn’t need one.

Here are 10 books that I managed to scrape together:

Book Review – Twelve Days In May by Niamh Hargan

Book Review – Welcome To Your Life by Bethany Rutter

Book Review – The Silent Companions by Laura Purcell

Book Review – The Devil and the Dark Water by Stuart Turton

Book Review – Emma by Jane Austen

Book Review – Love Your Life by Sophie Kinsella

Book Review – The Guest List by Lucy Foley

Book Review – Distant Stars by Kassandra Garrison

Book Review – Royal Valentine by Jenn McKinlay

Book Review – A Loyal Traitor by Tim Glister

I basically want to find out what happens to the couples in these books with the exception of The Silent Companions where I want the ending to be more clear cut and The Guest List where I want to know what happens to the Murderer.

What books do you want to have epilogues?

Happy TTT!

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55 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday – Books I Wish Had An Epilogue

      1. FangirlFlax

        I sometimes find it easier to watch TV when I’m short on time, because it’s has useful breaks in episodes rather than settling in for a film! (And as a bonus, it gives the story full time to be told.)

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  1. Marianne Maurer

    You are right, often there are some kind of epilogues, maybe that’s why I had so much trouble with finding books for that list and ended up with sequels I wished for. But we share one author, Jane Austen, though I picked my favourite, Persuasion. But I’d also welcome a sequel to Emma.

    Thanks for visiting my TTT this week.

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