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Posted June 30, 2002
Amazing . . .
This novel is simply (and no, there is no other word for it) amazing. I first read this book in the summer of 2000, and have read it four times since. The characters are so complex, and at the same time, so simple. Indigo Waters is a masterfully done work of art. Bravo, Lisa Samson, bravo! I could relate to so many of the characters; love and despise them at the same time. David Youngblood and his undeniable love driving him to madness, Sylvie and her confusion toward the world, Matthew Wallace and his hot temper/loving attitude. All of them perfectly created in a impossibly realistic setting. You never suspect what the next chapter holds, and yet at the back of your mind, you do - because Samson made everything so real. Betrayal, murder, unforgettable love . . . amazing . . . perfect . . . beautiful . . .Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 23, 2000
International intrigue, forbidden love and assassains, even an assassain in love!
Indigo Waters arrested my attention with the fascinating characters and intriguing plot. So many twists, and yet still believeable. The people in the story were true to thier own nature, some consistantly growing stronger and some consistantly growing more debauched. Through it all the hero remains a hero and the heroine remains a heroine; honoring each other, Truth, Right, and their God. Thouroughly enjoyable. A lot of action, some murder, but not too gory. I'm looking forward to reading Fields of Gold (the sequel) to see what happens next.
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