Title: Nothing More (Landon Series Book 1)
Author: Anna Todd
Publishing House: Gallery Books
Genre: Romance, Young Adult
Publishing Date: 20 September 2016
Price: 12,95 Euro (Paperback), 9,49 Euro (e-Book)
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Book 1 of a new series featuring After worldwide fan-favorite Landon Gibson as he leaves Washington to navigate love and life in New York City. At the end of the After Ever Happy, Landon got married—but readers everywhere have been wondering who will get to call the nicest boy in the After series their forever love? Read it and find out!
“I'm so excited for everyone to get to know Landon Gibson. Whether you're just hearing about him or already know him from the After series, I know that readers are going to love his story. He's kind and fiercely loyal, and when he falls in love, he loves hard.” (Anna Todd, New York Times and #1 international bestselling author of the After series)
I loved reading about Tessa and Hardin and I was looking forward to seeing a bit more of Landon. Getting to know him better was nice in a way but I would have expected him to be a little different but after a few pages I got used to this "new Landon". The reason I award it with "only" four stars is that there was a lot of back and forth (Dakota...) but not too much that would leave me in awe or fascination. Still, I'm very much looking forward to reading "Nothing Less".
Story: There is not a lot going on apart from drama - but the less you have to focus on a complex plot, the better you can focus on the protagonists.
Characters: Landon is a very sweet and shy young man and I share the love for series, books and paranormal stuff with him so I found him very likeable from the beginning.
Language: Anna Todd is the master of describing feelings and making the reader cry, as well as burst with laughter. She is one of the most talented young authors on the globe and I´m looking forward to reading all her future writings.
"Nothing More" is a good romance novel which introduces you to all the new characters and to Landon in a very unique way. Nevertheless, it lacks some kind of storyline. I award it with: