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Strange Weather (Curse & Quanta: The Enchanter's Theorem #1)

4.33 of 5 stars 4.33  ·  rating details  ·  6 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Sabine Parsons put herself out into the Cold thirteen years ago when her controller, Edward Quintaine, died in action. She's lived a quiet life over those years and done her best to forget her past. So it didn't seem like such a bad idea at the time to go on vacation to Europe with her best friend in the entire world, Ari Doran. Who just happens to be an agent for Israel’s ...more
Paperback, 304 pages
Published April 3rd 2011 by Hunt Press
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I'd actually call this 3 1/2 stars, but I'm rounding up to 4 because my reasons for dinging the book are more stylistic than anything, and there's plenty of people who would call it a 4 on those grounds!

This was a strong debut novel from an author whom I hope will continue to refine her style and voice and just get better and more powerful. The book had a lot of promise, most of which it fulfilled, and which left me eager to see what the author will do with future novels in the series - because
I'm reviewing this for free as a Goodreads First Read book.

Interesting, enjoyable, and an overall good novel. It definitely needs a bit more polishing around the edges, but I enjoyed the strong and well rounded female characters. Overall, well worth a read and an author to keep an eye on in the future.
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I understand Angela Hunt to be a good author, hope I win!
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Dr. Richard Feynman. Yeah. That Dr. Feynman.

I was an only child growing up, but I didn't stay that way. When I got older, I both discovered and aqcuired two sisters, but I'm still the youngest. Don't ask me
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