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Le Cirque De Magie by Marsha A. Moore
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Le Cirque De Magie

by Marsha A. Moore

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The mythology the author uses and expands on is very interesting, but the story telling is dull and clunky. Characters act without underlying cause part of the time and then use expository dialog when talking to each other. Adding to the unevenness is a heavy handed chunk of 1920s slang from one character - just the one, and then it's gone. There's a seed of a good story here, but it needs a LOT more development and rewriting. ( )
  DJRMel | Apr 3, 2013 |
The mythology the author uses and expands on is very interesting, but the story telling is dull and clunky. Characters act without underlying cause part of the time and then use expository dialog when talking to each other. Adding to the unevenness is a heavy handed chunk of 1920s slang from one character - just the one, and then it's gone. There's a seed of a good story here, but it needs a LOT more development and rewriting. ( )
  DJRMel | Apr 3, 2013 |
The mythology the author uses and expands on is very interesting, but the story telling is dull and clunky. Characters act without underlying cause part of the time and then use expository dialog when talking to each other. Adding to the unevenness is a heavy handed chunk of 1920s slang from one character - just the one, and then it's gone. There's a seed of a good story here, but it needs a LOT more development and rewriting. ( )
  DJRMel | Apr 3, 2013 |
The mythology the author uses and expands on is very interesting, but the story telling is dull and clunky. Characters act without underlying cause part of the time and then use expository dialog when talking to each other. Adding to the unevenness is a heavy handed chunk of 1920s slang from one character - just the one, and then it's gone. There's a seed of a good story here, but it needs a LOT more development and rewriting. ( )
  DJRMel | Nov 11, 2012 |
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