I'm a sucker for a well-executed anachronistic book and this one definitely fits that description. I love Jane Austen's books and the feel of this book is very similar while adding in a modern twist. I really loved this book. I liked Confessions of a Jane Austen Addict as well, but I think this is the better of the two books.
I find that I either love or hate Orson Scott Card's work. This was definitely one I loved along with Lost Boys and Enchantment. It was amazingly involving and I fell in love with the characters.
I don't normally like abridgements, but this was really well done. This story follows Piemur, a young apprentice of the Harper hall. I love the way Anne McCaffrey interweaves her stories. They are very good even if you have never read her books before, but as you read her books, you get pulled into the lives of the characters and when you find a character you had read about earlier in a new book, it is like meeting an old friend.
I'm listening to this book for about the tenth time. I love how the author brings elements of other stories into each book and yet makes the book stand alone. I'm a dolphin lover, so I could really relate.
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