If someone disappoints you in your everyday life, there’s always this nagging feeling you will have. Every time this person says I won’t do that again, I’m for sure going to be there at 11 your brain says ‘Really? I don’t believe this person is going to do it again and hurt me, but I’m not sure. This person really learned from their mistake and doesn’t want to disappoint me again, right?.” However your heart is telling you that you shouldn’t believe a word what she/he says. It’s not true. You know she/he is going to disappoint you again. So not cool.”. So some of you won’t call again and say bye bye to this friend. And others will give this person a second chance. Nina, what does this has to do with books?
Sometimes the first book in a series will blow you away (a good thing) and you announce to the world that it’s going to be your favourite series ever. (Me with Glimmerglass by Jenna Black) And there are books that just suck. (Me with Need by Carrie Jones. Okay, I’ll be honest it didn’t suck that bad. I mean I gave it three stars.) So, it did not suck, it was enjoyable, but very disappointing. You ask yourself will I love the sequel? Will I enjoy it and read the third book as well? Or will I hate it and want to destroy it, rip it to small pieces (No, not the cover. Well if it’s paperback it’s possible.) and burn it.
I have a hard time deciding if I should get these sequels:
Captivate, sequel of Need and Crescendo, sequal of Hush Hush.
What makes YOU decide to try the sequel?