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The Hunt Ball (Sister Jane Foxhunting Series #4)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Advid Reader and Fan of Rita Mae Brown

I actually find the majority of her books great reading; the inclusion of the animals simply adds to the storyline. I enjoy the intrigue, the characters and overall the way she weaves the story together. I constantly find myself finding it difficult to not go to the l...
I actually find the majority of her books great reading; the inclusion of the animals simply adds to the storyline. I enjoy the intrigue, the characters and overall the way she weaves the story together. I constantly find myself finding it difficult to not go to the last page simply to see how the story ends. I think the book was a great read and look forward to the next one. I also think the fact that I'm 51 years of age (don't look it) and Black simply shows that Miss Brown has the ability to bring in readers from across the board. Cheers!

posted by Psquare on April 24, 2009

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disappointed loyal reader

I love the Sister Jane Arnold fox hunting series, but this particular book is a real disappointment. The emphasis on the girls from the boarding school and their adolescent issues is vastly less interesting than the grown up stories and fox hunting regional intrigue. I ...
I love the Sister Jane Arnold fox hunting series, but this particular book is a real disappointment. The emphasis on the girls from the boarding school and their adolescent issues is vastly less interesting than the grown up stories and fox hunting regional intrigue. I think that Sister herself (sister is a southern nickname) and this particular character, master of fox hounds and in her 70's is someone any strong minded woman would give her favorite horse to hang out with, well may be not that, but certainly her right arm. This particular book is not up to the standards of the series, skip it, read the first three then press off to #5.

posted by judgeintraining on April 6, 2009

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  • Posted April 6, 2009

    disappointed loyal reader

    I love the Sister Jane Arnold fox hunting series, but this particular book is a real disappointment. The emphasis on the girls from the boarding school and their adolescent issues is vastly less interesting than the grown up stories and fox hunting regional intrigue. I think that Sister herself (sister is a southern nickname) and this particular character, master of fox hounds and in her 70's is someone any strong minded woman would give her favorite horse to hang out with, well may be not that, but certainly her right arm. This particular book is not up to the standards of the series, skip it, read the first three then press off to #5.

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