Agreed. Sometimes they just ruin the whole thing by writing a sequel.:-)
I like stand alones, too, but sometimes miss characters when I have to tell them goodbye.
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I agree! Though then there are the novels with the sequels that kind of suck and you wish you hadn't read them--know what I mean? Some books, I like the characters so much I wouldn't mind "visiting" them again. Though, it's very true that if the ending is one that you like, why spoil it? Great answer!
I agree. Sometimes you want the story to be completed in a single book and there is nothing worse than an unnecessary sequel that ruins a perfectly good ending. Thanks for stopping by my blog :)
So true, and I agree.
I posted reviews today where the sequel was better. I think that's rare, tho. I have read a few series as one LARGE volume, and I think I prefer that... if the author has such a big story in mind from the beginning. Interesting thought.
I completely agree. This is a hard question. If it's a good stand alone, sequel is not needed. Thanks for sharing and thanks for stopping by my blog!
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I'm glad you liked the Hunger Games. I'm the reverse. I prefer a good series over a stand alone. I get attached to the characters.
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