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The Glass Casket - McCormick Templeman
The Glass Casket
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McCormick Templeman,Hardcover, English-language edition,Pub by Random House Children's Books on 02-11-2014
McCormick Templeman,Hardcover, English-language edition,Pub by Random House Children's Books on 02-11-2014
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Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9780385743457 (0385743459)
Publisher: Delacorte Press
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
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sunsetxcocktail rated it
2.5 Review: The Glass Casket
I have mixed feelings on this book. The idea was appealing, I noticed it listed amongst fairytale retellings, but I can't quite figure out what fairytale is being retold. It felt more like an original fairytale on its own. The writing was pretty good, it was very visual, easy to picture the setti...
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Brains and Beauty rated it
4.0 A Great Snow White Retelling
See this review and others like at my blog Brains and Beauty I loved it! I have to admit that it wasn’t what I was expecting and from reading the other reviews on it I think a lot of people feel the same way. But, I enjoyed the fact that it was different from anything else I had read. I don’t want...
Chasm of Books
Chasm of Books rated it
5.0 Review: The Glass Casket
This novel literally combines some of my favorite story elements and, to my heart's delight, Templeman used them all exceedingly well. I love it when things are set in a small village and the creep factor is high. For some, the first 100 pages could be a bit slow but I found them rather intriguing.T...
Bibliofiend's Bookbag
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3.0 The Glass Casket
Rating: 2.75/5Something wicked this way comes...The plot: Strange, horrific things are happening in the sleepy village of Nag's End. Five riders rumble through town and days later they are found dead. What killed them? Elders are quick to dismiss this as s a wolf attack, but something strange and ...
Malin rated it
4.0 #CBR6 Book 30: "The Glass Casket" by McCormick Templeman
Rowan Rose lives in the little village of Nag's End with her father. Like her father, an experienced scholar, Rowan enjoys assisting him with translations and is proud of her achievements. Five soldiers ride through the village on their way up the mountain, and some days later, are found horribly ki...
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