Ferdy’s review of Bitter Blood (The Morganville Vampires, #13) > Likes and Comments

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message 1: by Sarah (new)

Sarah I see the downward trend continues. Blech. Sorry to hear an enjoyable series has imploded so thoroughly.


message 2: by Ferdy (new)

Ferdy I think I could have enjoyed this if it hadn't been so similar to the last few books - and on top of that there's no character development, they all just go round and round in circles..and all they care about is their bloody love life..ugh.


message 3: by Sarah (new)

Sarah That's a sign of the author extending a series past its expiration date. Blargh. She should've ended on a stronger note, then kept things fresher with a spinoff trilogy or something. It's not like her name & fanbase wouldn't have sold it right quick to the publisher(s).


message 4: by Mika (new)

Mika Authors need to learn when to let go of a series. She should have walked way from the Morganville vamps three or four books ago.


message 5: by Ferdy (new)

Ferdy Caine is milking the series to bloody death. I suspect it will never end and that I'll still be reading when I'm an OAP.


message 6: by Sarah (new)

Sarah Even the coolest stories need closure. And honestly, even if I love a series to death...nothing should be longer than 10 books. There's no way to keep the plot fresh.


message 7: by Ferdy (new)

Ferdy Yea, I think 10 books is way more than enough for one character/couple..but if it's a series that's about different couples like Nalini Singh's psy/changeling series then I don't mind a longer series.


message 8: by Ferdy (new)

Ferdy Yea, I think 10 books is way more than enough for one character/couple..but if it's a series that's about different couples like Nalini Singh's psy/changeling series then I don't mind a longer series.


message 9: by Sarah (new)

Sarah Ferdy wrote: "Yea, I think 10 books is way more than enough for one character/couple..but if it's a series that's about different couples like Nalini Singh's psy/changeling series then I don't mind a longer series."

It definitely makes a difference if there are multiple pairings & plotlines. Sagas like that are more like three series weaving in & out of each other.


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