This book wrapped up the series nicely. I was glad that the series didn’t backslide. I do still think that this would have been better as a full book instead of 5 books.
I hope that the two authors work together again soon.
This book made up for the third one in the series. I enjoyed this character a lot more than I enjoyed the one in the third book.
The voices weren’t as annoying in this one, and the plot seemed to actually be going somewhere. I looked forward to getting to the last book in the series.
The above linked article is fan reviewers discussing the recent changes on A Million Little Things. I agree with most of what they say in the article, and I really look forward to what will happen in upcoming episodes. I love the characters and I love the way that they have grown since the time that they started the show. I hope it lasts a few more seasons so that I know what happens with these characters.
I loved the first 2 books in this series. Loved them!
This third book didn’t flow as smoothly as the first two. It was much darker and seemed to jump from point to point without much logic. If you weren’t familiar with the characters from the previous two books, you didn’t get much out of reading this book. The characters were well developed in the first two books, so it’s possible that the author didn’t bother to fully form them, assuming that the reader would know the characters from the previous two.
I thought the ending was great, and I will read the fourth one in the series, just because I need to know what happened. I was going to give it a lower rating, but the ending made me raise it a star. Most of the book was a 3 star book, though.
I am in a Netflix group, similar to a bookclub. One week, we were supposed to watch and discuss Bridgerton. I binge watched the entire 8 episodes of the first season. I absolutely loved it! I can’t wait for season 2 to come out.
Unfortunately, I was unable to make it to the discussion, but I have been finding a lot of people who watched and loved it. I couldn’t wait to find out what was going to happen, and my friends were kind enough to not tell me what was going to happen.
I definitely recommend watching this series. I can’t wait until the next season comes!
I was watching the Punky Brewster Reboot on Peacock when it first came out. I found out about Kid 90 on the Drew Barrymore Show one day, so I thought I would check that out, too. I did find Kid 90 interesting, and it was so sad that so many of those talented teenagers died so young.
Punky Brewster was so good, though. It was corny, but I fell in love with the characters and the plot line. I was ready to start season 2, but then I found out that there isn’t one! Why not? Come on, producers! Get it together. I loved that first season. I want more.
I had many of my friends recommend the series, Cobra Kai, on Netflix. I knew what the series was about, and I was interested, but I had a lot going on.
Season 3 was released in January, and many friends were raving about it. I decided I should give it a shot. I loved the original movies when they first came out, so I figured that I might like it. Also, with How I Met Your Mother discussing who the real Karate Kid was, Daniel or Johnny, it piqued my interest.
I got about halfway through season two and then stalled. Life got in the way as it has a tendency to do.
I plan on finishing the series soon. Maybe during spring break when I won’t have homework to deal with.
This is the second book in the series. If I hadn’t read the first book right before starting this book, I wouldn’t have known what was going on. The story seemed forced after the memory part of the story was done. I enjoyed this story less than the first one, but I felt that I needed to know how the first story ended up after the cliffhanger ending.
A while ago, I read Lovecraft Country for bookclub. I was excited to hear that there would be a series coming out that was based on the book.
I got a hold of a login for HBO Max and I started watching it. (Thank you, you know who you are) It’s rather intense in some parts, but the story is great.
Inky seems interested in it, too. It’s been a while since we read the book, so it was nice to have a refresher.
The above link is a website that tells about which order book series should be read. I think it would helpful when your series numbers aren’t clearly written on the cover.
The layout seems good and they take suggestions if they are missing series. I hope it helps someone besides me. I think it’s great.