The winner of POSSESSION from my contest last week is Heather!! Yay! (Heather, I'll get that to you soon)
I love to read. Obviously. And I consider a book a successful read if I turn the last page, sigh with contentment, and place it on my shelf. This makes me happy. But rare is the book that has me wishing, even for days after, that I could continue reading it. That there were more pages. Usually, by the time a book is over, I'm ready for it to be over. And that's not saying I didn't enjoy it. I'm just ready for my contented sigh and a new world/story to explore. So this long holiday weekend, I was able to read two books and both of them (BOTH of them) have me passing them on my night table wishing I hadn't read the last page. Wishing I could hang out with the characters for several more chapters.
Those books are: BITTERBLUE by Kristen Cashore and THE SCORPIO RACES by Maggie Stiefvater
I adored these books. Why did I read them so fast? I want to read them longer. So I want to know books that made you feel this way because I need some new reads.