Tuesday, May 01, 2012

"You killed him!" "No, I think it was you who killed him."

 I'm doing a Feature and Follow, and am hoping I'm doing it right. Let's see, okay, here goes.

Have you had a character that disappointed you? One that you fell in love with and then "broke up" with later on in either the series or a stand-alone book? Tell us about him or her.

 And, I will now link back to the blog I got this from. http://hardcoverlife.blogspot.com/

 Now, to do it.

 I loved the plot in this book. It was thought provoking and very exciting. And I loved Victor, during the first couple chapters. I know many people love this book, but for me Victor went from interesting to, predictable. Quite sad for me. Though, I do plan on reading the second book (As I said, engaging plot)



  1. Great you see your doing this!

    So this is what you do:
    Go to this post, it will explain a lot.


    This is the blog that sponsors Feature and follow. Every Thursday night they post a new question. During that week, you answer it and write a post than go to that blog and copy your link so other people can see it.

    Here is how you put a link in the comments.

    Hope that helps! And I love the cover of that book. Sounds interesting

  2. It messed up how I showed you to link. So here's the website I learned it from
    Learn How to Link in Comments

  3. This Feature & Follow thing looks interesting! I might have to try it sometime. What was interesting about Victor before he got predictable?

  4. Hmm... I'm sure there was a character or two that I "broke up" with, but I can't think of any off the top of my head... :-/

    Anyway, this is a cool post and I enjoyed reading it, so you should do more. :D

  5. I haven't read that one. I hate when characters lose their appeal!


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