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Out of This World

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 25, 2002

    Almost a Complete Disappointment

    I was extremely disappointed by what I thought would a very good collection of stories. The first, by J.D. Robb (Nora Roberts) was written in the style of a bad romance novel. Instead of being a bad romance novel it's a bad mystery story. I have tried in the past to read a romance novel by Nora Roberts and I could not finish it. That was the case with this story as well. I got about half way through before I finally just gave up out of complete disinterest. The second story, while not terrible, was not all that interesting either. I got less than half way through that before also giving up. I have never read anything else by this author, but from this story I would say her style is mediocre at best. The third story was actually the only one that I enjoyed at all, hence the two stars instead of one. It had a little bit of a twist in that I didn't expect the heroine to start out as an evil witch, literally. The fourth story by Laurell K. Hamilton was the biggest disappointment of all. I love her writing and have read all of her books, including the one that this supposed 'story' is an excerpt from. Actually, I just read Narcissus in Chains (the book from which this is the first few chapters) a month ago. I was really looking forward to reading the Laurell K. Hamilton story, but a few paragraphs in I realized I had already read the material. This is false advertising if I ever saw it. Maybe if I had read the reviews more carefully on this book I would have realized it.

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