You season 3 follows Joe as he struggles to rein in his obsession with other women. He wants to love Love, but it’s almost impossible to contain himself since Love really isn’t the person he thought she was. Between taking care of his child and stalking women, Joe also decides to volunteer at the local library. Love, on the other hand, opens up . . .
After battling a new wave of magic-obsessed vampires in America, Simon, Baz, Penny, and Agatha return home face their fears, futures, and new threats. Simon has decided to leave magic and the World of Mages behind for good – but does that mean leaving his friends and boyfriend behind, too? Baz has quite a few emergencies to . . .
“He was a book, and he was holding his final pages, and he wanted to get to the end to find out how it went, and he didn’t want it to be over.” Everything is coming full circle. Everything is coming to a close. And no one is safe.
I was only fourteen years old when I first read The Hunger Games. I had recently discovered a love for young adult fiction. And at that time, YA dystopias were all the rage. So of course I devoured as many as I could get my hands on: the Divergent series, The Maze Runner books...and The Hunger Games trilogy. Though I loved Divergent, and there's a special place . . .