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    asombrado

    Si me gusto la historia.... Y muy interesante e divertido
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    Es muy interesante

    Este libro es muy interesante lo seguire leyendo aber como me ba
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    captivating

    This book grabs you from page 1 until the end. Well written and imaginative, Winspear does a good job of describing the surroundings, you feel you are along side Maisie in pre-war Munich.
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    Journey to munch

    I realy enjoyed the book it l liked the way the characters worked together l didn't want to put it down the suspens was great a great read l will read other books
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    An ok read

    I found this book slightly slow, especially with regards to Maisie's previous life experiences, her husband's death and the loss of her pregnancy. This was my first book from this author. Perhaps this would have been more interesting had I read the previous novels but for me, the constant reference to this was a bit boring. Some parts of the plot seemed repetitive. The historical and geographical aspect rang true and the character development was good.
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