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  • a Unique & intriguing read.

    A surprising page turner. Interesting glimpse into history, hate, love, family & superstition.

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  • Thought provoking read.

    Thought provoking read with interesting themes and characters.

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  • Interesting all the way and more exciting .

    It was well written and I felt it gave a view of what it was like in the South in those days. I kept wondering what was going to happen to Ron. The witchery was so crazy and awful and I felt it scare anyone. It was a little different slant on the story of slavery.

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  • Oh What a Tangled Web We Weave...

    A mystery story from beginning to end.....and beyond, including the convoluted family tree. The biggest mystery to me was why the big mystery? A young British bride sent to live with her absent husband's family, whose life is repeatedly put at risk and everyone is keeping secrets making her figure out the dangers she is facing for herself. The constant blathering and quoting of Shakespeare by semi-senile elderly aunts adds nothing to the story and perhaps would work better in a much longer novel. The story was confusing and meandering with a quick, abrupt climax that left many lingering questions for this reader. The time and setting of this novel (post-civil U.S. war in S.C.) made for an interesting story, but the significant history was lost in a rambling tale.

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