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Spirit and Dust - Rosemary Clement-Moore
Spirit and Dust
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4.50 15
Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780552568777 (0552568775)
Publisher: Corgi Childrens
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: Goodnight Family (#2)
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Tammie's Reading Reviews
Tammie's Reading Reviews rated it
3.0 Spirit and Dust
I was pretty disappointed in Spirit and Dust. It was nothing like Texas Gothic. All of the things that made me adore Texas Gothic were missing in this book. This book lacked the charm that was present in that one. There were no quirky, eccentric characters, unless you count Daisy herself and the res...
Susana "Lost in Fantasy Land"
Susana "Lost in Fantasy Land" rated it
5.0 Jackals and Jackasses ;)
It has been quite some time now _ a few weeks at least...which in the bookish world, translates to AGES! _ since I've loved a story this much! Although the last part of Texas Gothic (the first in this series ) was amazing in showing the author's talent, _for me _ Spirit and Dust is so far, the real ...
Heartless Lyn @ Great Imaginations
Heartless Lyn @ Great Imaginations rated it
4.0 Book Review of Spirit and Dust by Rosemary Clement-Moore
"Dying was such a rotten way to learn that I wasn't nearly the badass I thought I was." "I was a guide to lost souls and the patron sinner of the recently dead." Review: Texas Gothic was (and still is) a top favorite book the year I read it. When the author announced another book set in the same u...
Robin’s Reading Rendezvous
Robin’s Reading Rendezvous rated it
“I was not supposed to end up freezing my ass off in a remake of Harry Potter meets The Italian Job by way of Fargo.”Texas Gothic was so interesting that I decided to read more about a different member of the Goodnight family, Daisy Goodnight. I really liked the idea of a family peppered with psych...
Reading With Cass
Reading With Cass rated it
5.0 Spirit and Dust
*4.5*I loved this book! It was a lot better than I thought it would be. The characters were amazing especially the main character Daisy. She was so sarcastic and funny that I caught myself laughing out loud at times. Carson was also great. I loved the fact that he and Daisy acted so cold to each oth...
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