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To Dance Again by James A. Thomas
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Feb 19, 12

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Read from February 11 to 19, 2012

I won this book from Librarything in exchange for an honest review.

There are many wonderful things about this novel. I thought that Gee and Elliot were amazing characters and had multiple layers to them, with strong supporting characters Aunt Marian and Mirra. The overall plot was fascinating and I enjoyed the exploration of people living multiple lives and carrying some of those experiences with them. The tension kept me reading quickly to the end to see what would happen. It was also well written with only a rare spelling/grammar mistake (hard to find these days!)

Spoilers ahead. The one thing I had issue with, was the evil character's reasoning for being a serial killer through multiple lives. I thought it was a little rushed and could have been explored more. I was also interested to see more facets to the character-- what if he realized what he had done in the past? How come he is so separated with "multiple personalities" and blackouts whereas other people merely remember or dream? So many interesting questions that could have been examined.

That said, I really enjoyed the book and read it in one sitting!
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