You Tell Me – Satisfying Ending

So, as my regular blog readers know, I’ve been working on Bonds That Break and am getting close to the ending. Since this will end the series, I want to make sure the ending is as satisfying to my readers as possible. There are a lot of mysteries in the Berserker world and things that have been brought up, but not yet fully explained.

What I want to do is ask YOU what questions or plot lines you would want to make sure are resolved by the end. What answers do you need to feel closure?

This is your chance to give me feedback before the book is finished. Leave me a comment to let me know what’s most important to you! Feel free to give spoilers as you explain, or speculate as to what you think is going to happen. I want to hear from you!

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6 Responses to You Tell Me – Satisfying Ending

  1. Alfredtheteacher says:

    Please leave a tiny opening so that in years to come you might think of a second series with main characters or a son or daughter to take on same or new villians. Can’t wait to read the ending.

  2. Jessica says:

    I always like it when books give a glimpse into the future…how the person is doing, what they have learned and accomplished, is there love still their one true love…etc. This way you can imagine everything that isnt said by just a few words:)!

  3. Bob Kratch says:

    I want to know….how the binders know what they know, how was information passed down. I want to know if there is more to the mystery of what happened to Eric. There seemed to be a mystery there. I want Madison to be able to have a normal life someday.

    • Brant says:

      Bob – thanks for the response. I will definitely let you know how information was (or was not) passed down. I will also make sure you know everything that happened with Eric. As for Madison having a normal life someday, well, you will just have to read to find out what happens with her. 🙂

  4. Renee says:

    I’m a little late to this party, but I’m fascinated by the glimpse into the motivation and inner life of the Havocs – hope we get more of that in book three!

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