I can’t believe I’ve made it to the end of this series. I’ll be done with it very soon. It’s just unreal. I feel like I was just mapping out the chapters to read each day with mom last week! I’m both relieved and depressed over the ending of this series. Part of me is very nervous about the ending of the series. We shall see. I have to swallow my pride and finish it eventually.
I’m so excited to be buddy reading this with Julie from One Book More. I’ve been wanting to read this trilogy for a long time. I listened to the first one a few years ago, but I’m not sure if I ever finished it. I can’t remember anything about it. The reread will be worth it. Originally, I was going to read them all in e-book, but I had the first one in audiobook and could get the other two for a discount. I couldn’t resist taking that discount!
If anybody would like to join us, please let us know! I’m so excited about this!
I read this entire trilogy in about 24 hours. They were really good. I’m not exactly a fan of how the trilogy ended, but that’s just a personal preference I’m sure. I think there could be several move books in this series in all honesty. Either way, the narrator did a great job and I really enjoyed listening to it.
I know that there are seven books in this series. I have only read three books so far. Well, I’ve only finished three. I’m working on the fourth now. My best friend recommended the books to me. I have had so many books I’ve needed to read that I put it off. She pushed me to read it though, so I did. I’m glad I did. They are very quirky and just make you want to keep listening. The narrator is pretty fantastic. I fully recommend this series!
If I didn’t have other obligations, I would have read this entire book in one sitting. I wish I was making this up. It’s told from three points of view by three different narrators. I’ll have a review posted on Saturday. I wouldn’t say this book is for everybody. There are some very heavy topics that could possibly trigger some. For me, it was very engaging and thought-provoking.
I was a little nervous about reading this book. Especially with how the first book ended. I want to point out that it was a great ending. That was kind of the point. Usually when books end very well, the sequel just isn’t as great to me. I’ve been delightfully wrong about this one. It has been amazing. I almost read the first half of the book in one sitting! I can’t wait to continue reading.
I’m actually going back and forth between reading this in ebook and listening to it in audio. It’s a new thing I’m trying. So far it’s working out pretty well. It has drastically reduced the number of books I’m reading at once. But I digress. I’m really enjoying this book so far. I’m about three-quarters of the way through. Unless I have some issues or interruptions, I believe I could possibly finish this book by the end of the day. We shall see! The narrator does a pretty amazing job if I do say so myself!
I picked this audio on a whim. I got it in a sale. I also love the author. She wrote an Asylum series that I loved very much. I’ve since lost my copies of those and will need to replace them. I digress. While I didn’t love this book nearly as much as I loved the Asylum series, I did really enjoy it. I might even go back and actually buy a physical copy and read it again. The cover is really gorgeous. The narrator does an amazing job as well.
I discovered this book thanks to the Hocus Pocus Readathon. I’m so glad I did as well. I’ve just finished the book yesterday and I enjoyed it very much. I listened to a good majority of the book in one sitting. I especially love the music that plays in certain places in the audiobook. Has anybody else read this book? If so, I’d love to hear your thoughts!
Dustyn, Mom, and I are playing Mario Kart a couple nights a week. I know what some of you are thinking. Is this game post? Am I missing something. Be patient. I’m getting there. We have decided to listen to an audiobook together. We chose this one. Dustyn and I started to read this together a couple of years ago. We never really got past the first story. Which is a shame. I have watched and loved The Secret Window many times. Anyway, we just started it last night. We are all Stephen King fans, so I thought it would be appropriate to start with one of his. It’s been amazing!