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Ebon (Pegasus, #2) by Robin McKinley
Return to Book Page. Preview — Ebon by Robin McKinley. Ebon Pegasus 2 by Robin McKinley. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other ribin questions about Ebonplease sign up. I think I’m going to cry.
It’s been more than 3 years. And still no sequel.
Ebon (Pegasus, #2)
And I just re-read Pegasus thinking clever me that I’d re-read it then go find the sequel because it obviously must be out by now. And there’s no publication date.
Or any update at all. Charles Who else thinks Mckinleyy should learn what is and what isn’t compassion. I just really, really, really hope she finishes this series before she dies. Pegasus was probably one of my favourite books of all time, and I was so damned excited for a sequel And we haven’t heard anything about it for about 4 years now? The first book came out more than 6 years ago.
Smith not finishing the damned Night World series yet. Melissa If you read her FAQ section on her site, she doesn’t say it, but she clearly suffers from bouts of chronic writers block. Her late husband completed …more If you read her FAQ section on her site, she doesn’t say it, but she clearly suffers from bouts of chronic writers block. Her late husband completed the Elements stories without her because she was holding robbin project up. The Damar books rovin supposed to be a series and she hasn’t done a thing with it since the s.
I suspect her books that just end at what feel like it should only be the middle are her hitting a wall, declaring it done and her editor allowing it to go to press robn get something out rather than demand a proper end robib to you Sunshine- I was sure my copy of that was missing another chapter the way it ended. Her early books are cherished favorites and complete thoughts, but I have largely given up on her works because of the non endings she scrambles to justify when fans call her on it.
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Lists with This Book. Aug 11, Rachel marked it as to-read. For those who have been commenting on their reviews that the book “just stopped”, I would recommend they go look at Robin McKinley’s website.
She has specifically stated that this book is NOT a sequel. In fact, Pegasus is ONE book that happens to be printed in three books. Think Lord of the Rings, which technically was divided into six books, published in three, and is ONE book. So, for those who complain about Pegasus ending suddenly, with no conclusion to the end of the book, that’s because it For those who have been commenting on their reviews that the book “just stopped”, I would recommend they go look at Robin McKinley’s website.
So, for those who complain about Pegasus ending suddenly, with no conclusion to the end of the book, that’s because it wasn’t supposed to have a conclusion. It’s not a series. And by the way, I was just as shocked over the abrupt end as everyone else, and just as miffed that I had to wait years for the next one.
But writing is not easy, even for a wonderful author as Robin McKinley, so I’m sure that the waiting will be worth it. I don’t know how you follow up the first one, the author did such an amazing job of writing it.
Also, her website says that she has another book being published unrelated to Pegasus roibn year, called “Shadows”. She hasn’t abandoned her readers, she’s just busy with LOTS of writing. View all 9 comments.
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Apr 02, Colleen marked it as to-read. I understand that writing takes a while. I’m a writer too. But you expect fans to still be around after this long? McKinley is lucky Pegasus was amazing. The author is clearly talented.
But if you can’t deliver the second one, why publish the first one? I was warned one was coming. I read it anyways. I decided a good book could be wor ?!!!! I decided a good book could be worth the wait.
I was ready to wait a year, then reach it, mckinldy in the glory of whatever came next. I was not prepared to wait over three years. By this time the details of the book are lost to me, Cmkinley only remember the plot vaguely and the emotions.
At this point though, I doubt if the book is ever going to be published. View all 6 comments. Nov 24, Katerina marked it as mckinldy. Robin Mckinley, I could kiss you. I almost thought you were going mckinlye leave Pegasus as it was. I’m dying for this book, and I hope you hurry to finish it!
I’m beginning to get eobin Robin McKinley isn’t exactly young Robim theoretically, if this was actually happening there should be a cover by now? Lemme go crawl away and cry. Jan 28, Tracey marked it as wishlist. In fact I am wildly, frantically frustrated and crazy over it. Just by the way. And then go pester G. Martin about when his next book is coming out. Double dog dare you. View all 4 comments. Sep 29, Regina marked it as to-read Shelves: I dont even remember the plot anymore.
Nov 14, Creative A marked it as to-read. Jun 12, MB What she read marked it as to-read. Frankly, I doubt we’re ever going to get this book. I wish she’d go back to writing again, or just announce her retirement. That’d be better than this state of limbo. That doesn’t seem to be happening. Yes, I know about the writer’s block and the loss of her husband. Thanks, but no thanks: The blog is not at all interesting to me, view spoiler [ too rambling and way too self-indulgent hide spoiler ]but to ebno his own I guess.
On a positive note: Thanks for all the e Frankly, I doubt we’re ever going to get this book. Thanks for all the enjoyment you’ve given me in the past, Robin McKinley! All of the others have been read, and–in most cases–re-read. Many, many, many ebno of pleasure and joy-in-the-pursuit-of-reading came from your imagination. Dec 24, Ruhegeist marked it as to-read Shelves: Oh, such a long wait until I’m sure it will be worth it. Jan 16, Laura marked it as to-read. McKinley’s blog has mysteriously gone down and hasn’t come back for a month.
I have no idea what happened or why she went completely silent online, but I hope the author is ok. Update end of March