Torn was a good introduction to a this trilogy. It played the Characters well, You wanted to fall in love with Finn and feel bad for Wendy for all she has been through,and you wanted to slap Elora too a few times. As the story goes on it builds well to the next book. I give this book 4 stars. First Fantasy/Fiction I have read about Trolls.
Switched was also very good, twist and turns and new Characters added, you begin to really love this crew. I would also give this book 4 stars.
Ascend was, well, good for the most part, some stuff gets resolved that you were hoping to see play out, but to me it felt rushed. Like the Author had to finish it. Having access to the trilogy in a short amount of time is awesome for the reader, it's disappointing when it feels like you're being pulled through a story and not really getting a nice flow. I would have liked to have read more, details are fine when you get wrapped in a book you want to feel it all get played out before you finish. So this one I give 2 1/2 stars.
When I first got my Nook last year, I thought I was cheating on my books. That may sound odd to most people but I love a new book, the feel, smell and just newness of it is addicting.
Not having pages to smell or feel felt so wrong at first, I do have to say though as soon as I downloaded and read my first book, I was hooked!!
I love that I can shop for books on my Nook. Independant writers are now one of my favs to look for. Sure best sellers are awesome, but being a wanna-be writer myself, I think it is only right to check out new authors. Even doing so has made my dream of writing even more real. You can find gold too, I have found so many free ebooks that turn out being amazing! I mean some of them I would pay good money to read normally.
Plus you can find deals that will keep your library full, and the lending option makes this my wisest buy of the last couple years, that, and my Kirby Vacuum ;)
The Nook is a purchase I will never regret, but sometimes I still have a love affair with a new paperback just to remember that newness.
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