- Assuming that the series in question is completed, I'll get to about book two and wouldn't you know it, it's like the book gods smile down on me and all of a sudden my Kindle is choking with titles that tempt me every time I power the thing on.
- Conversely, if the series isn't complete, and I'm madly in love with it*, its near impossible to find anything that is even remotely as good/interesting/well written. It is in these times that I awaken to find myself in the middle of a 'book drought.'
- 'Seed', by Ania Ahlborn
- 'The Host' by Stephanie Meyer
- 'The Hangman's Daughter' by Oliver Potzsch
- 'Madly' (Book one of yet another series) by M. Leighton
*As an aside one of my all time favorites ends this upcoming May and I'm not entirely sure if I'm thrilled or preparing for a week long depression when it finally comes to a close. (Team Eric!) Either way, Charlaine Harris caused one of the largest book droughts in my recent history - she's just that damned good. Took me about six months to really shake it off and realize that the Sookie-verse was not the end-all-be-all of my reading.