i ended up really enjoying ‘broken for you.’ the characters really grew on me, and i always like a story with constantly evolving connections that the characters themselves aren’t always aware of. this probably reflects my struggles with my mood, but i appreciated that tragedy was countered by redemption and that i didn’t have to go on worrying about the people in the book long after i put it down.
the next book i read was the final book in the hunger games series. i actually put of starting this book, because i didn’t want the series to be over! but of course my need to know what happened overcame my reluctance. i really enjoyed this final chapter in the saga of katniss, it was interesting and exciting and i had trouble putting it down. i think i will have to try the gregor the overlander series, just to stay with suzanne collins!
one problem with amassing books on a kindle, is that when you go to pick one, one (or me at least) can’t always remember which was which. the descriptions are no longer there to peruse and the cover images are small (at least when you look through a list on your iphone in the dark). when i picked this one, i didn’t actually remember it was the sequel to ‘bitten.’ i was pleasantly surprised to meet familiar characters once i started reading. i haven’t finished this one, but i find this series to be ok. entertaining, but not as gripping as some of the other supernatural sagas i have gotten myself hooked on.