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April 18, 2009


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This sounds just marvelous! Writing well about two eras at once is a difficult trick indeed, and if Hawkins is even half as successful as you say, I expect I'll enjoy this book. It's going right on my list!

Teresa is right writing about two era's is no easy feat and this does sound like it does it really really well. I need a gripping read too at the moment. I am reading lots of books I really really like but nothing that grips me.

I hope you both enjoy it. I really couldn't put it down.

After reading your review I found this in a charity shop - it's now happily residing on my TBR pile, but I don't think it will sit there for long...

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