Like, hard core, for real - I can't stop thinking about this book?Hero's Guide to Saving Your Kingdom. I just didn't want to leave those guys and I can't wait to go back into that world. :D
That's such a wonderful feeling. Well unless it isn't a series or it is the end of the series. It's so hard to move on sometimes.
Definitely A Storm of Swords. When I finished I felt so lost for the first couple of days. I'm still anxious to get started on the next book, but I'm forcing myself to pace myself with them.
I'm about to read A Storm of Swords! This has me even more excited to read it.
You will love it!
I'm still waiting for the spoilers. Those books are huge!
I would say Shadow of Night! I was so drained by the end (in a good way)
I love that feeling! I usually feel that way when I'm invested in the characters or when I feel like I'm in the book.
Tana French's In The Woods. When I finished I felt quite lost for almost an entire week and didn't feel like reading anything else. I loved that book!
It's so hard to move on sometimes!
The Hallowed Ones - finished it in one night. By the timeI *came up for air*, it felt like I'd been away for days lolEspecially since the plot took place in an Amish community - I was half surprised to discover I'd been reading by electricity :)
Lol! What a surprised when you looked up. I know what you mean. It's such a good feeling to be 'in' the book.
What a great question, love the title Book Hangover :-)I would say Department Thirteen by James Houston Turner
This happens to me all the time. Mostly these are the books that I fell in love with and I know I'll reread multiple times.
I don't reread books for the most part. So when it's over, it's over and I feel so bereft. Like I lost someone...
Hm...I can't remember but yes it happens
I've been getting lucky lately.
It has happened to me a lot! One that comes to mind is State of Wonder by Ann Patchett. Now that was some book!
Haven't read it but I've read the author. It's been happening to me more recently.
Love this! For me, it was Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchetta, Delirium by Lauren Oliver, and The Book Thief by Markus Zusak. I couldn't get them out of my head and they all tore at me in different ways.
I felt that way about Delirium and The Book Thief as well. Especially The Book Thief. That book is still in my head.
I just finished Dianne Setterfield's The 13th Tale today. And I can't start a new one because I am still living this book. Luckily, there is blogging.
Lol. Yes, that's when blogging comes in :)
OMG yes!! So been there!!!! I was like that after Anna Dressed in Blood.
Yes! I need to read that one. I can't believe I missed the free audio.
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