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Interval (The Dying of the Light Book 2) Kindle Edition
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I really recommend you read the first book in this series, because this book picks up right where book one left off. I am anxiously awaiting the next release, to find out what happens next. It's a really good book with great character development, great descriptions of their environment and battles, with the sub plots really skillfully interwoven into the storyline. I have read hundreds of books in this genre and this one is ranked in my top three.
"Interval" though, I waited to read. I would look at it once in a while, then pick another book.
The anticipation was so much fun! I treated the book like that special Christmas present under the tree. (The one you beg mom for constantly.)
I had a good idea what was in the box, already getting two others a lot like it and loving those. I wasn't sure what color it was or if it is the one I saw at the store. I just KNEW that I would love it no matter what. So I keep peeking at the present waiting for the magical day to see WHAT IT IS EXACTLY. I even prepare for Christmas Day by rereading the last few chapters of "End" to get myself reacquainted with the storyline. Then I opened up my present on Christmas Day only putting my iPad down when I had to. Now that I am finished with "Interval" all I can say is...NEXT!!!!!!