The Fearing Book 2 Water and Wind by John F.D. Taff

In the age of binge watching TV shows and instant gratification would a serial book really work well. As far as I am concerned it works amazing!! The waiting for the next part of the story is like a build up. Wondering what is going to happen with the characters. That is why I am super glad that John F.D. Taff and Grey Matter Press has made this bingable story into smaller chunks to savor instead of gulp down.

Synopsis: The second installation in Taff’s The Fearing serialization.

What I liked: AAAHHHHH I love the fact that this is serialized. I love the cliff hangers. Taff knows just where to stop the story…..to give you just enough to keep you wanting more. I really appreciate how Taff moved the story along from the first book. It is basically, like waiting for the next season of a TV show that you have been waiting for. The pacing of the story is perfect for the way the story is being told. The characters are perfect for the story. You have feelings about the characters…you either like them or hate them. Taff has done amazing work keeping the multiple story lines throughout both of the books together. I am still loving the new take on the apocalypse.

What I didn’t like: It isn’t that I didn’t like that it ended but I did like the serialization.

Star Rating: 5 Stars

My thoughts: I would love if more publishers started serializing books. I love the binge reading and I do it all the time however, I’ve really enjoyed slowing my reading down and to really become invested in the story. The waiting is wonderful to be honest. Also it makes me think about the Penny Dreadfuls, it is reaching back to the history of publishing. Most books were serialized when printing was a luxury.

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