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Anne Flosnik
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rameau's ramblings
rameau's ramblings rated it 6 years ago
Admittedly, mine cuppeth hast been overflowing on the first part from very early on this series—and trilogy—nor am I qualified to analyse all the ways Hobb fails in writing about the tattooed slaves, so this is going to be a short review. Again. This trilogy has all the melodrama and angsty plot t...
Stewartry
Stewartry rated it 7 years ago
This is one of those classics I was never able to get very far into. The first time I got the whole gist of the story was watching the Olivier-Oberon film some time back, which surprised me with how much I disliked every single soul in the story. Last year I finally got determined to crack the shel...
Blue Cat Review
Blue Cat Review rated it 7 years ago
This second book is written historically. Virginia and Owen seem to work well together with their talents and are drawn to each other. As the violence of their fight against the automons rises, so does their feeling for each other and their passions. They dodge danger and gaslight fire to solve the ...
Bugetta Reads Too Much
Bugetta Reads Too Much rated it 8 years ago
3.5* A cute historical romance with a mystery plot.
Valz
Valz rated it 8 years ago
Laced with errors in tense, misplaced modifiers, and bogged down in minutiae, Red to Black is the slowest read I've endured in a long time. It is marketed as a thriller, a spy story, a love story, and according to Emma Thompson "unputdownable". Stephen Fry says it is "brilliant and unforgettable" ...
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