What are the best sequels of Gone With the Wind ?

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    #1Scarlett

    Scarlett

    Scarlett: The Sequel to Margaret Mitchell's "Gone With the Wind" is a historical fiction written by Alexandra Ripley. This classic novel is first published in 1991. 

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    Mary Morgan
    Written on April 19, 2018
    "It was an alright follow up but basically it's glorified fanfiction. I mean, any story that's a follow up and isn't by Margaret Mitchell is but some are better than others and this wasn't one of the better ones."
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    #2Rhett Butler's People

    Rhett Butler's People

    Rhett Butler's People is a historical romance fiction written by Donald McCaig. This civil war novel is first published in 2007 by Pan MacMillan. 

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    Christina Murphy
    Written on April 19, 2018
    "Rhett's Butler's People is one of the best sequels to Gone With the Wind. It is written by Donald McCraig. This book is based during the civil war period. It was first published in 2007. Pan MacMillian is the publisher."
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    #3Ruth's Journey

    Ruth's Journey

    Ruth's Journey: The Authorized Novel of Mammy from Margaret Mitchell's Gone with the Wind is a historical romance fiction written by Donald McCaig. It is published in 2014 by Atria Books. 

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    Brandon Hudson
    Written on April 22, 2018
    "This sequel to Gone with the Wind really can't compare to the original, or even to the author's other works that also play off of that title. The main problem seems to be that the character that this work supposedly focuses on is not actually seemingly the main character for most of it. The work has kind of a mishmash of styles that don't necessarily work with one another or with the original book. Try one of the author's other selections first."
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    #4Today Is Another Tomorrow

    Today Is Another Tomorrow

    Today Is Another Tomorrow: The Epic Gone With the Wind Parody is a humorous historical romance fiction written by  Missy D'Urberville published in 1991. 

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    Philip Smith
    Written on April 23, 2018
    "This is not a sequel to Gone with the Wind but rather a parody of it in short novel form. "
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    #5The Wind Is Never Gone

    The Wind Is Never Gone

    The Wind Is Never Gone: Sequels, Parodies, and Rewritings of Gone with the Wind is a historical romance fiction written by M. Carmen Gómez-Galisteo. It is published in 2011.

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    Amit Trivedi
    Written on April 11, 2018
    "This is more of a companion piece to the sequels and spin-offs of Gone With the Wind, rather than a sequel on its own. Even so, this is not a bad choice if you're really interested in the attempts to continue the story, even if some of those continuations are parodies. If nothing else, this book may lead you to an actual sequel that you'd like to read."
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    #6The Wind Done Gone

    The Wind Done Gone
    The Wind Done Gone is a classic historical romance fiction written by Alice Randall. This civil war novel is published in 2002 by Mariner Books. 
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    Roger Vasquez
    Written on April 16, 2018
    "The premise sounds great at first glance Gone with the wind from the slaves perspective. The only problem is that the content just isn't there to keep the story moving and i lost interest very quickly,"

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Best What are the best sequels of Gone With the Wind
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1ScarlettBooks 14 Paid
2Rhett Butler's PeopleBooks 10 Paid
3Ruth's JourneyBooks 8 Paid
4Today Is Another TomorrowBooks 6 Paid
5The Wind Is Never GoneBooks 2 Paid
6The Wind Done GoneBooks 1 Paid
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