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Pagan in Exile by Catherine Jinks
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Mar 12, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: 2nd-of-series, realistic
Recommended for: high fantasy fans, history fiction fans, humor fans with a taste for the non-contemp
Read from March 11 to 12, 2011 , read count: 1

Can I say that I'm obsessed with The Voice?
This quartet is definitely a favorite, though I really didn't like the ending (because of Pagan-love and Roland-love, not because it was bad) and also, for similar reasons, I didn't like what was going on with Roland and Esclaramonde.
Almost cried at the ending. The weirdest books are tearjerkers for me.

Another thing about the voice; this book has a really interesting writing style. It uses sentence fragments, but not because of the character's capabilities to speak English. The fragments paint a picture. For example, (not from the book) "Here they come. Over the wall. Dodge the cart. Watch out, lady! Over the ditch. Under that stand. Through the door, and...safe!" See? Enough fragments to send any English teacher to the ER, but you know exactly what's going on. Awesomeness :)

Well, anyway, I devoured this book, like the first one.

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