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it was ok 2.0  ·  Rating Details ·  5 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
In which a pair of Faebled nemeses come together for an All Hallows sewing bee.

Ione Cain is known for her stitch witchery; her garments cause tongues to wag in wonder at the life they possess. Tonight, beneath the All Hallows Moon, with her Nemesis at her side, Ione will bend her talent to quilting a memorial to her lost loves.

Whipstitch is a tale of revenge and love gone
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Published October 7th 2011 by Fan Fatale/

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Katy Beth Mckee
There wasn't a lot to this story and parts of it were confusing. I'm just working on trying to get the books read that have Halloween themes this month so I finally got this one knocked off my to be read list.
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Jan 30, 2013 A.R. Von rated it liked it
Definitely interesting and different. If those are two things you are looking for, a bit on the short side. Then you'll find it within Whipstitch.
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Shirin Dubbin is often called a “chic geek,” and she likes the sound of it. Especially since she’s a closet wallflower (albeit one with a super-heroine styled alter ego). When not working in graphic design or hosting The Fantastic Forum—a celebration of comics & speculative fiction—she writes stories inspired by the art, literature, international cinema, and anime she grew up with.

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