Respect!Nope. Luckily it was a library book.
There's an old Twilight Zone story where the good angel guiding him into Heaven tells him there's a racoon hunt that very night ... Sounds fun!That's a bit bleak. I'm given to understand there will be golf buggies and fairy-lights.
I hate that and I'm finding it more and more common. I think writing a good ending is difficult and, it seems, many authors find it much less bother to make it a series figuring then that they don't need to write a proper ending. Most of the better authors I read, but certainly not all, do properly finish each volume in a series. There are some authors who do not, and I simply won't pick them up again. There are enough good ones out there to keep me reading so why would I bother with the ones that leave me feeling frustrated!Finished Ganymede Whispers by Joshua T. Calvert. It is book 2 the series. Whether it's the pen-ultimate book I haven't a clue. Overall I would say it was a bit better than Ganymede Wakes (book 1). The characters are more developed, their back story is more filled out, and you begin to have a clue as to some of the questions that form the plot. Frustratingly, the story just ends. There is no pretense of closing this part of the story. I suppose that's a good technique to get people to read book 3, (Ganymede Rises) but it did not make me a happy camper. --- That's one of the problems with reading electronic books. Unless you are paying attention to the % read, you don't have a clue as to how near the end of the book you actually are. --- I have Ganymede Rises queued, ..... might start reading it, but I'm almost aggravated enough to let it sit for a while.
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