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Wicked Weaves (Renaissance Faire Mystery Series #1)

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  • Posted April 12, 2010

    I didn't like it, that doesn't mean that it's bad

    Caveat: I did not read the entire book. Keep that in mind when you read this review. It is possible that if I had kept reading, I would have changed my mind.

    I like other books written by the Lavenes; they're good writers. I just didn't click with this one.

    I liked the setting and I thought that the crafts and the characters were believable. I admired the attitude of the prime suspect; it was refreshing. The plot looked intriguing.

    However, the protagonist annoyed me. Perhaps, I saw a little too much of myself in her. At any rate, she was just too much for me. Even with all the qualities that I liked about the book, I just could not go on.

    I suggest that you read at least a chapter of this book. If you like that much, continue; I'm sure that you'll enjoy the entire book.

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