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I Want Another One! *Sequel please*
THOUGHTS: I am almost a hundred-percent sure this was meant to be a series, but it didn't sell enough to warrant the sequel. Which sucks because it's a brilliant high fantasy and deserves a lot more recognition. And that cover is so beautiful, don't you think?
THOUGHTS: Another case of "this was meant to be a sequel." I still hope that I'm wrong and this one is in development for a sequel. But if not, it's a major bummer. This has to be one of the best fantasies around. I adored the military "special forces" aspect, and the young male leader is beyond swoon-worthy.
THOUGHTS: I wish there were five more of this one. And then spin-offs with their geeky children. And then their geeky children. And then there will be about 12 or 15 for me to devour. Yeah, I'm obsessed. Leah Rae Miller has become my favorite contemporary author with this one and has surpassed Stephanie Perkins for me.
THOUGHTS: When I finished reading this one, I truly thought it was a series. I was ready to pick up the sequel, and when I found out it was a stand alone, the ugly tears came all over again. Sean Kendrick stole my heart, and I need more water horses!
THOUGHTS: Heartbreaking and real. I wanted to be in Jace Witherspoon's head again and for the story to continue the minute I finished it.
THOUGHTS: This was the first New Adult book that I fell in love with, and even though it concluded, I'd read much, much more from this adorable couple.
THOUGHTS: Anderson knows how to write. But more than that, she captured the essence of Peter Pan. I wanted more, more, more almost immediately when it ended. Truthfully, that's exactly how I felt about the real J.M. Barrie play/story.
THOUGHTS: I don't know why I'd want a sequel. It'll be more torture because this book tore out my heart and then served it to me. But I can't deny how beautiful or powerful it was, and I'd go through it all again to read some more.
THOUGHTS: My favorite Sarah Dessen book totally deserves a sequel. No other Dessen book topped this one for me.
THOUGHTS: I totally wish there was a story following Jane's children. I need to know how they grow up, how Jane raises them, and more Mr. Rochester please! Too bad this one will never come to fruition. But a girl can dream.