The first two in this series were a part of my “dark reads marathon” last year and they were pretty good! I didn’t go as crazy over them, as I did a few of my other “dark-favorites”, but it was certainly an interesting and different look into an kidnapped-turned-human-slave’s world, and I’m curious where #3 will lead us. I would say this series is a gentler version of some of the dark “kidnap” reads we’ve read in the past. (You can check out my reviews here and here).
Need (Finding Anna – book# 2) —> Just RELEASED TODAY!!!
*slight spoiler note* —> If you haven’t read the first one, hold back from this review, for now. Here’s my review for book #1 (Slave).
The most gentle one of all, in my “dark reading” week, so far, but still, the subject matter is similar. It’s just the other side of the unwilling “Slave” spectrum. The healing side. And I sure can appreciate a book like this, after the book I read last night. Eeeeep!!! (more about that one, later).
Slave (Finding Anna)
Here is another book that, once upon a time, had me hesitating, worried that perhaps it might be *too dark* for me. Well… that was before. When I was still in my “dark reads” closet. But the sequel to this book shall be released any day now, and when the publisher sent me both of them for review purposes a couple of weeks ago, I was excited. Nervous, but anxious for an unusual thrilling read. I read them both over the weekend, and surprisingly, they are really not dark at all (well, at least in comparison to Captive in the Dark and the like).