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Tangled Webs (Black Jewels, Book 6) - Community Reviews back

by Anne Bishop
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The better to see you, my dear
The better to see you, my dear rated it 4 years ago
What an annoying mess. It wasn't horrible*, but it had no meat, no new developments, and it spun around in place. If they'd fought the war in this mindset they would've been crushed. Only thing I did like some was Rainier in the beginning, and despite most of the book following him and Surreal, a ...
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~*Krissys Bookshelf Reviews*~ rated it 7 years ago
It's so much better to get an impression of an authors work when you've read more books within a series. Some books are good some books aren't. Some books act as fillers between other books... There's always a different feeling and interpretation of a read but one thing doesn't change with Anne Bish...
Bree Likes Books
Bree Likes Books rated it 8 years ago
Reread in January 2013Re-read in March 2011.
traciloudin rated it 10 years ago
This book is very rushed, and shouldn't be a novel at all. It would have fit very nicely in a anthology like Dreams Made Flesh as a short story. But there's really not enough material to make this into a novel, and it shows. Also, her normal attention to detail is lacking. When the second landen chi...
Book Clever
Book Clever rated it 11 years ago
This book was such a fun read!!It contains most of the usual characters from the The Black Jewels Trilogy: Daughter of the Blood, Heir to the Shadows, Queen of the Darkness, and they're all being their usual fun-cool selves. The story itself is more of 'a day in the life of' and the little troubles ...
notyourmonkey rated it 12 years ago
It's like a Very Special Halloween Episode of Buffy crossed with the less-angsty version of the Black Jewels characters, with bonus torture at the end!
Intensely Focused
Intensely Focused rated it 12 years ago
I enjoyed this book. It was nice to see another story in this series. I still have some issues with how the main trilogy ended but I could mostly put them aside in this book. Some of the gender stuff also bothered me, as it always has. (The women having to civilize the savage male).It was great ...
Mitabird rated it 12 years ago
4.5 stars
cindywho rated it 13 years ago
I've you've made it through the original trilogy and are looking for more, this is an entertaining little story. Romantic, dark and melodramatic to the point of ridiculous (which is something I like at times - it's part of what escapist reading is all about). The villain is somewhat Mary Sue-ish (...
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