Monday, October 15, 2012

Linger by Maggie Stiefvater

This is the second book to Shiver. Grace is in love with Sam but, there's something wrong with her. She knows there's something wrong because she can feel it. She remembers when she was just a young girl and she was around the wolves and they bit her, she didn't think that she would turn into one of them. Even know her thoughts went to one wolf and her wanting to be with him, to run and play. She never thought that her getting sick was anything more then just having the flu.

Sam new that he loved Grace and that he was human and wanted to be know where without her. But the night that Graces parents caught them in her bed was like something just hurt him so much. When things we so good tell that night when Grace woke up screaming because she was hurting. What Sam was seeing would put him in a shock. He loved someone so much that he was living with blinders on.

Cole is a new wolf and he has a lot of problems. One thing is he meets Isabel and he sees some things about himself that he never thought he'd see. Isabel is the kind of person that has a way of telling things like it is. It takes Cole a little time to realize that he's not wanting what he thought was a good fix and that was to escape life.

When Grace ends up in the hospital and her dad hit Sam. Things become so bleak for Sam that he's not thinking about anything other then that Grace is going to die. It takes Isabel to confront Sam and Cole to come up with something that might help.

Well, if you want to know what happens next then, you'll have to read the book. I'll just say this. I can't wait to read the next one to see if there will be a happy ending for everyone. I'm off to start my next book now. Remember that there is always a good book out there for anyone willing to pick it up.

1 comment:

  1. I thought the first one was pretty good. The rest of the books sort of lost me. I read the first to see what the hype was all about, I liked it so I moved on to the second. It was ok but not the best. The second book in most trilogies seem to be the least entertaining.

    Happy New Year!