So here goes. The five things I love most about her books:
1. Other than her novella in between the first two books, she writes in the third person, but really engages me anyway. (I can be a bit of a first person junkie at times.)
2. Most of us have trouble creating one world/society/setting, and she creates at least two - and that's just the first book.
3. The lead characters really "earn" the love story. They have to overcome a LOT about each other to finally accept their feelings ... and when they do, you just know it's a "forever" kind of
4. The books are kind of a cautionary tale about where over-reliance on technology might take us but it doesn't get preachy.
5. Her settings are lyrical, poetic, beautiful and become almost characters in their own right.
What don't I like about her books?
Having to wait until January for the next installment!