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The Reading Jackalope
The Reading Jackalope rated it 5 years ago
I just love Deborah Coates's spare, Spartan writing style. It is so evocative of the place that I can feel the South Dakota wind as I read. I was a bit dissapointed in the showdown, which fizzled rather then banged, but everything else- top notch.
The Reading Jackalope
The Reading Jackalope rated it 5 years ago
Two short stories by Deborah Coates, who is quickly moving up the line of my favorite authors. Though the second story feels more like the beginning of a longer novel then it does a complete short story.
The Reading Jackalope
The Reading Jackalope rated it 5 years ago
Simple evocative language with just a hint of magic. This is Coates at her best. And this is a complete short story, not just an introduction to a longer novel. I would like to see more from these characters, but the story is complete.
Books and Things
Books and Things rated it 6 years ago
I've read the other 2 books in the trilogy and I was so happy when I got this one for review. I've enjoyed the other books and I needed the conclusion that would wrap up everything. I did get that in this installment.My favorite aspects of this trilogy are the paranormal aspects. The author is very ...
Take One Off My Shelf
Take One Off My Shelf rated it 6 years ago
It took a long time to get into this book. I wanted to give up because I just didn't get it. It wasn't what I expected at all. I got to the end though and there were parts that I really enjoyed but overall it was just ok
The Reading Jackalope
The Reading Jackalope rated it 7 years ago
The plot was fairly predictable and the villain was fairly mundane. If this weren't such a perfect capture of the northern Midwest it would only be two starts. But the people and the place ring so true. The protagonist is a prickly vet returning from combat, and she's home for her sister's funeral...
e_bookpushers
e_bookpushers rated it 7 years ago
Between 3.5 and 4. Slightly rough around the edges but first book in a series is usually rough. Enjoyed the premise and the contrast between the innocent appearing cop and the jaded Staff Sergeant along with the non-typical gender roles. Will read the next one.
Rachel's books
Rachel's books rated it 7 years ago
Setting this one aside. I keep putting it down d/t it not holding my attention.
JoBird
JoBird rated it 7 years ago
3.5 starsI found Wide Open to be a suspenseful, tension filled Mystery with a hint of romance and ghosts!! I really enjoyed this one. I found it to be slow paced at times but this wasn't a bad thing, it helped set the mood and style of the book. It was so easy to slip into the setting, it is describ...
Bryan Thomas Schmidt
Bryan Thomas Schmidt rated it 8 years ago
A really strong debut and a captivating read marred only by an ending I struggled to find credible. It's the method of the ending, not the action of it. It's not well enough set up for me to believe or understand why it happens, and, as a result, I found myself disappointed ultimately despite not be...
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