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The Sweet Far Thing by Libba Bray
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Aug 05, 10

bookshelves: otherworld, ya-teen, fantasy, bitchy-girls, read-at-15-or-younger
Read from June 02 to 17, 2010

this review goes for my thoughts on the whole series as well as this book.

i first started out not liking the series as much. probably because i started reading them jsut this year and i had previously read many other fantasyish type books and this series just didnt seem to compare.
this book grew on my though.
i would never has guessed in a million years that felicity and pippa would be lesbian, and i wonder if libba bray had decided that from the begininning because in the first book, felicity is with Ithal. and pippa dreams of a prince. maybe they're bi? maybe they just are trying to hide their true feelings. but i would like to know when libba bray decided to have them be lovers.
as most people im sure are, im sad that kartik died. but i suppose there always have to be sacrafices (not necessarily talking like the sacrafices in the book) to draw out more emotion.
im glad that circe, mrs. moore, sarah res-toome whatever you call her, lived. i never really knew what to think of her. i loved mrs. moore, and i could never think of her as sarah from way back, and i couldnt picture her as circe. they just didnt fit. i didnt like her as a little girl, i loved her as mrs. moore, and after gemma trapped her in the well, she was neutral.
anyways, i think the messages in this book were good, and im glad i picked up the series.
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