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A Witch's Handbook of Kisses and Curses

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 15, 2013

    This was my least-enjoyed Molly Harper book - I loved her 'Nice

    This was my least-enjoyed Molly Harper book - I loved her 'Nice Girls' series and liked the '...Naked Werewolf' books as well, so I was excited to see a new book that included some of my beloved vampires/supernaturals from Half Moon Hollow. However, the humor in this book was not as fresh as what I've grown to expect from the creator of Jane Jameson. The story was ok, a lot of the scenes were ok, but I had high expectations for wittiness and intelligent humor that were only occasionally met. Then the ending part (to avoid spoilers, let's call it the showdown) was just plain silly and underdeveloped. Molly's literary villains usually have some sinister plot or characteristics that are bizarre but hilarious (Jane's grandma who started to wear crosses the size of hubcaps that made her look like Flavor Flav - that's cracked me up for years), but this one was, well, mean and sad. I think it had a good basis, some fair comedy and witty remarks, but could have been made much better.

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  • Posted June 25, 2013

    Molly Harper always injects plenty of humor in her books and thi

    Molly Harper always injects plenty of humor in her books and this one is no exception. It is a fun read, but the characters come across as flat and I found I didn't warm to them.

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