In this final installment of Lindy Zart's Anything But series, the stakes are high, our favorite characters are in danger, and anything is possible.
In Insignificant, we follow our heroes Honor, Ryder, Nealon, and Christian, and our villain, August, in hopes of finally finding out the secret behind the UDs, and the UDKs. (The undead, and the keepers of the undead.)
I was contacted by Lindy a few weeks ago, and she asked me to read and leave an honest review for the final book in her Anything But series. Of course, being such a huge fan of this series (and Lindy's books in general), I was more than ecstatic to sink my teeth into this book. Did I say ecstatic? I meant "hopping up and down on the couch when I received the email containing my ARC from Lindy."
Lindy did NOT disappoint. In fact, I would have to say that- after my most recent reread- book three is my favorite of the trilogy.
The way Lindy wrapped up her Anything But series was so graceful and fitting for the end of the series, I could not imagine it ending any other way.
I stand by the words I said when I first reviewed Ordinary (Anything But #1); with some polish, Lindy Zart's Ordinary, Unremarkable, and Insignificant can easily make their way to the New York Times Bestseller list.
Actually, now that I think about it, these books would make some pretty stunning movies. (Come on, Hollywood! Don't be slow on the uptake.)
In conclusion, I love this series. Always have, always will. I want to thank Lindy Zart for giving my favorite characters the ending they deserve, and for wrapping up the Anything But series in a completely satisfying way.
That being said, I look forward to more adventures in the UD/UDK/UDD world...there have to be more stories out there other than Honor's, right?