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  • Throughly enjoyed!

    This was an amazing book! It was witty and charming. The main characters were engaging and the writing was superb. This was my first story by Philippa Lodge and I look forward to reading much, much more from her! I loved it!

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  • I read until there was no more to read.

    The writer's portrait of the overwhelming decadence of the rich and royals, as well as the abject destitution and hunger of the poor is clearly painted. And on the steps of humanity, even lower than the poor, clings the heroine, Melisande and her family since they are witches. Despite everything Melisande is not sobbing, cowering victim. I liked her. Actually, I liked the whole book, though I did wish I could step into the pages with a paddle to swing at a few heads. Very provoking story. The bomb dropped toward the end certainly blindsided me!

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