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Posted March 24, 2005
This the the third in the Ravenloft series and once I read it, it left me with a desire to read the others. By the end of the book I felt as though I had walked with the main character side by side in her trails.
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Posted April 26, 2004
Posted August 20, 2005
An abysmal read fraught with silliness! I can hardly believe that this book is termed horror it belongs under the heading of comical! For instance, zombie eating killer bunny rabbits that talk, glowing balls of light that wander about supposedly doing something other than glow, carnivorous swamp trees, a plant maiden that periodically roots herself to gain strength through the earth, and most ridiculously kindly asking trees if you may jump though them to another section of the island. Also, the whole concept of the power harnessing 'dances' is absurd. I can hardly believe that a corrupt realm such as Ravenloft would have 'good' powers that could be harnessed from various silly dances and being kind to trees. This book is not worthy of the Ravenloft title. A thoroughly dissatisfying and torturous read!
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Posted September 26, 2014
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