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I read your review of The Kitchen of Half Truth. I also enjoyed that novel, and I wanted to let you know that you might like to read books by Sarah Addison Allen, especially Garden Spells and The Girl Who Chased the Moon. All of these works have a magical feel to them, but they are also realistic and thought-provoking. Let me know what you think.
Hi BrokenTeepee, The intro says in the spirit of Dumas meaning that the intention is to create a desire for more literature as The Count did for its readers and for me. Thanks for your honest opinions and constructive criticism about this little book and for your generous 2 stars. Best wishes, hgw
I just wanted to say that I read your review of the Louise Doughty book and I completely agree. I too was very taken by it up to the scene you mentioned and I too have no idea why it was in the book.
Heh, I don't think it's possible for the to-be-read pile ever to go down much...! Or the to-be-reviewed pile, either (I'm a member of a book review blog, so I've got all these l-o-n-g reviews I've written that I haven't gotten organized to repost on LT yet -- the to-be-done task list ALSO never shrinks somehow, even when it's all fun tasks!).

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