there was enough excitement in the book to keep you wondering
it was hard for me not to care about all the characters. martin has a way at the end of all his books that you think dang this didn't come out the way I wanted to see it and then it does. I liked how he entertwined the action of the main characters life into a nice story of people finding their soul mates.
when I first started it I kept trying to think who of my reading pals I would recommend it to, by the time I finished it I decided I wouldn't embarrass myself recommending this book
the narrator did a good job with a poorly written story
I felt the author had a good outline for his book but by the end of the book it was too hurried and events of the end of the book didn't entertwine with each other well enough to make it good. I thought he was going to lean towards writing like lehane but instead it was sophomoric and could have been much better. very disappointing
I didn't like the shifting between the two point of views. it worked in the first two books to keep it in triss' point of view and didn't care for the shifting between her and four
too much emphasis on death and loss in the book.
they are excellent readers, they worked with with they had
I really liked the first two books but the third one left me disappointed and sad I wasted my time reading these books
in an age of the twilight hype, i didnt need another similar book, just changed the age of the characters and a few other different family members
i was really looking forward to reading this book but was bored by half way and really disappointed in the end. i think this author can do better but disappointing start
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