To Janie, this room doesn't feel like a part of the house. It's more just a door to another world, a portal to sorrow, from which Dorothea appears and disappears at random. p.46
This was a sad series overall, but Gone gave a some hope with a very appropriate ending. I liked Janie and I liked Cable and I loved their relationship. Not always easy and not all consuming, but very realistic. And poor Janie with her choice that seems like no choice at all. I didn't have any expectations with Gone, but I found it very satisfying. The writing is intentionally choppy and has sort of a dream-like quality and there were a few adjustment moments for me. But all in all Janie transitioned well through the series as a whole and I think got the ending she deserved.
It always takes me awhile to adjust to the writing in these. I've read the first two and I'm sure it's only a matter of time before I read the third.ReplyDelete
Ooh, the Wake series! I really, REALLY want to read this... And I have no idea why it's not available in Serbia yet!!ReplyDelete
By the way, I started following you. :)
@Amanda - It was a pretty good book, more on point with the first one than the second.ReplyDelete
@Nikola - Aw, I hope you get them soon.
Thanks for following. :)
I've seen mixed reviews on this one. I still have to get through Fade!ReplyDelete
@Buckeye Girl - I think your mileage may vary on this series.ReplyDelete