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Posted November 8, 2013
i purchased the ebook but it doesnt even open it only gives you the color
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Posted December 21, 2013
I really enjoyed Letters to Nowhere, the first in this series by Julie Cross. When I heard that the following installments were to be novellas in a serialized format, I was excited because I can fit shorter books in much easier than longer books. I was able to read this in just a couple of hours and I enjoyed it just as much as the first!
This picked up pretty close to when the first one ended. Jordan is sick again (which has me worried), but is still there for Karen and is still going to Stanford in the fall. A twist of fate means they are able to be at the same camp during the summer so they can finally see each other again. They haven't been able to see each other very much in the few weeks between books.
Karen is still dealing with her parent's death, but has definitely made progress. It was nice to see her grandmother finally make an appearance and I'm curious to see how that will play out in the future. Jordan's dad wasn't involved as much in this story as the first, but he is still a strong presence in both of their lives.
I do wish there was more to this installment, but I enjoyed what it contained. It seemed like it was leading up to a lot of potential drama in the following installment. I'm curious to see where their paths take them and what is going to happen for Jordan and Karen. My predictions-Jordan has some sort of really bad illness and Karen is going to injure herself. Hopefully I'm wrong on both counts and luckily enough I have the third ready to read (once I get a chance)!
Posted December 11, 2013