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Most Helpful Favorable Review

4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

Wonderful, I'm hooked!

I started reading her books from the newest going back and I am so hooked! I feel the newer ones are better but the twists and turns as well as the incredible ability to put the reader into the story continue throughout! Hoag is my favorite right now, I can't get enoug...
I started reading her books from the newest going back and I am so hooked! I feel the newer ones are better but the twists and turns as well as the incredible ability to put the reader into the story continue throughout! Hoag is my favorite right now, I can't get enough of these stories!

posted by MsBehavin on August 6, 2011

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Prior Bad Acts

This is the first and last Tami Hoag book I will ever read. I thought that her story line was great and the entire book was expressive and gripping. However, I found the use of such fowl language appalling. Some of our best authors have been able to write novels that ha...
This is the first and last Tami Hoag book I will ever read. I thought that her story line was great and the entire book was expressive and gripping. However, I found the use of such fowl language appalling. Some of our best authors have been able to write novels that have been #1 best selling books without the use of gutter language. Someone once said that a person who needs fowl language to speak does not have a very good vocabulary. I agree. While I loved the imagination of the story line, it was very hard to skip over the language. Sorry about that Tami.

posted by 3947979 on May 22, 2011

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  • Posted December 23, 2012

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    3 Stars

    I have read two other novels by Tami Hoag (Deeper than the Dead and the sequel to it) and in this book she sticks to the same formula as far as the development of the plot and the characters. Was easy to get into but a bit predictable....

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