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Stoneheart

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 23, 2007

    Twisting and Turning, This Ends With A Jump Off A Cliff

    How should I begin? This book begins when slightly troubled George Chapman brakes the head off a dragon stature. Bothe he and Edie are good people deep down, yet they have anger management issues. Anyway, he now has the stones rattled, and taints are after him. It is an unsuial book, and the author has a ralatively good vocabulary dispit the short sentences and paragraghs. I am not sure about the way it ended, nor how edie fits in in that particular mannor, and I still thinkin about the mirrow, the knife,the hat, the Frost Fair, and the friar. I read an reviwe by Snowstorm, and yes, it seems as if something between the minnows and the objects are conected, and, perhaps,the friar is hiding something because of that. I would give this book two stars, though I chose the three marking because 'disapointing' is not the word I would use. I do want to find out what happens, thouhg, so I might get the next book.

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