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The Hedgewitch Queen by Lilith Saintcrow
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Jan 16, 12

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Read in January, 2012

I would give this book 3.5 stars. I enjoyed it and I'm looking forward to the sequal. Two things bothered me about it. The first was that about 100 pages of the book were simply Vianne being sick, but insisting she's not sick and laying in bed oblivious to the fact that Tristan is in love with her, despite his mens attempts to set her straight. ok, I enjoyed the parts where Tristan was obviously in love with her and she misinterprted them, but it just went far too long with her being to sick to be moved. I kept waiting for something to happen. The other part I didn't like was where it ended. Without any spoilers, i didn't like that it ended with her crying because she didn't know what to do. She wasn't a weak character, but this being the last scene, its the last image I'm left with, so I'm more likely to remember her as a weak character when I'm considering whether or not to read the sequel. and the feminist in me hates weak female characters. I'm super intrigued by Tristan's story though, so I probably will want to read the next part. I trust him because Liselle (that might be wrong... the princess?) trusted him.
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Cynthia Malek Good review! I couldn't finish reading the book because of the first issue that bothered you. I was so dissapointed since the book had a great premise.


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