bookfanatic234, July 6, 2009 (view all comments by bookfanatic234)
this WAS the best series i ever read till the ending it left so many questions unansewerd i WAS going to give you best book ever than the ending stunk now i have a new favirote series.
ps. i thought the series was relly good but not better than some
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GregorxLuxa, May 12, 2009 (view all comments by GregorxLuxa)
This amazing, well written book left me speechless every time I quit reading for the day. I didn't want to put the book down! After finishing the book, it made me feel empty and clueless. There is so much I would like to know of what happened to Gregor. Hopeully, it would be something including the underland again. Maybe Luxa could even get the guts to come to the overland? It's a longshot, but that would be heck of a book. Now, I really just want to dig a hole and hope to death that I fall through and end up in the underland and take away Howard :D (He's MINE) It also made me want to run to Collin's house and force her to make another book... and fast. My only critique is that I think Gregor and Luxa should of spent more time together and Ares should of lived!!! By the end of the book, I cried for the rest of the day. On the bright side, when I read the part where Gregor and Luxa kissed, I screamed like a fangirl in the middle of class [:
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T.R.M, March 31, 2009 (view all comments by T.R.M)
I love the Grgor books but y do u always kill off characters with so much potential? The way u ended the series was decent but What happens next? U left us in the dark. Could u make a prophacy the underlanders had just discovered but mentioned gregor has someone else than the warior. I almost cried at the end of the Code of the Claw. Luxa and Gregor was a good match but how could u end it saying they would never see eachother again. If they move to Virginia will u plz make the entrance to the deadlands there so Gregor could have anothe adventure. You could even make a side series but dont let this series end PLZ!!!!!!!!!!!!
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RipredLover, August 21, 2008 (view all comments by RipredLover)
Dear Suzanne Collins,
I have no idea where to be able to reach you but im hoping this may work because Powells is a popular store. I am 13 and currently going into the eight grade. Despite the fact that I read at a college level these are still my most favorite books. I beg of you to continue writing this series. I literally had tears streaming down my face when I finished the last book in the series. I can not understand how you could just leave things like that. What happens between Gregor and Luxa? Do all of the species end up bonding together? Do they move to Virginia? Does Gregor get to go back to the Underland? What about Boots and Lizzie? How can their family live a normal life? I completely respect you and your writing and hope that you will continue the series with at least one more book.
p.s. Why did you have to go and kill Ares? He was my favorite character save Ripred.
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