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    the legend of nimway hall, 1818: isabell

    the 3rd chapter as spellbinding as the first two, couldn't stop reading. I enjoyed it
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    Better than 2, Just.

    It’s a pretty slim premise, and a poor idea to hand different parts of the tale to different authors. This is the third I’ve read, the StaphanieLaurens one being the best. I get very frustrated with American authors mangling English from the time and place. For example the verb ‘to go’ in UK and Australian English requires an auxiliary preposition. One goes to wash one’s hands, face or whatever. One doesn’t go wash , or go wash up,. The question inherent in the first instance would be ‘go wash what?’ And in the second, ‘Up is a direction. Not a common noun, and therefore cannot be washed. Authors forfeit credibility and scholarship when they fail to use vernacular appropriately, and it jars one out of the time and place of the story.
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