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Carolyn CushmanFor those familiar with Brown's earlier works, there's nothing particularly novel here, but the journey still makes delightful, gently humorous entertainment.
Posted February 26, 2013
I really love his story, and I read in every once in a while as I own the hard back addition that has all three stories in one book. I have to say that the ending kind of leaves you saying "What the heck?!" for a brief moment but so not to be a spoiler...REALLY read the end and do with it what you will. I honestly think that Mary only wanted to finalize it... It isn't cheesy and if you read the story you will find that EVERYTHING is explained...only the end is left up to your imagination.
Posted September 24, 2007
i didn't believe that there could ever be a 'cheesy' book but man was i ever wrong! this book is soo cheesy that i started laughing. the story could have been a good one, but ms.Brown really messed it up. Beau really didn't make sense and brown never really explained why he kept growing. the book had some loose ends and the plot really didn't make sense. And brown didn't explain why that lady kissed sophie. All in all it was REALLY CHEESY!!!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted December 9, 1999
Extremely well written with an eye towards historical accuracy. This is a tightly woven tale, with a strong story line and plenty of action. There is no disappointing 'deus ex machina' resolution to an overwritten beginning.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.