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    The witch elm

    A mixture of brilliance and boring. Great character building but way too much detail for me
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    A beautiful hard slog

    Tana French writes beautiful, mesmerizing, mind-twisting novels, but of all those I have read, this is the first that offered no likeable main characters. They are all off in some way, slightly sleazy and vaguely chilling. If they lived next door, I'd move. I could not have NOT finished the book, and I admired her skill, but it left a nasty aftertaste.
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    The witch elm

    Excellent , brilliant read, twists and turns in every chapter. Amazing, colorful and descriptive characters.
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    Tana French's Ode to Personality

    Who are we, really? What part of us--consciousness, personality, soul?--represents who and what we truly are? And what is capable of changing us, irrevocably? Brain damage, perhaps?
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