Susan Elia MacNeal's series about the young spy, Maggie Hope, during World War II are entertaining enough. Maggie Hope is a likeable character and the books are enjoyable, light reads.
Susan Duerden's narration of this book is downright painful. The cadence is monotonous. Please bring back Wanda McCadden for future novels.
This was an amazingly well told story about two teenagers living with cancer. The book masterfully captured their struggles causing the reader to care very deeply about them.
Flavia de Luce is such a delightful and complex young girl and Jayne Entwistle does a great job bringing her to life.
Alan Bradley's Flavia de Luce mysteries are always entertaining. This particular books leaves you anxiously awaiting the next installment.
I eagerly await the release of Laurie R. King's books that are part of this series. Were it not for the solid ending, this book would have only received 1 star. I powered through it because I remain hopeful that the next book will be better.
This is a wondeful story of enduring love that I would highly recommend. There is nothing to which it easily compares. I loved it so much I had to buy a physical copy of the book.
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