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Folly by Laurie R. King
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May 24, 2012

bookshelves: fiction, mystery
read count: 1

This was quite good. King writes well to begin with, and here she composes a compelling story of a troubled woodworker bringing herself back to life after tragedy and bouts of mental instability. I especially liked the deft portrayal of an artist and craftsperson, whose relationship with tools and materials comes through splendidly. Also the growing acceptance of and trust in Rae's new community at a time when she believes she wants only to be left alone.

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