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Finder by Terri-Lynne DeFino
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Mar 07, 2012

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This is a light, and delightful novel, told primarily through the eyes of its pair of star-crossed lovers. Terri-Lynne DeFino does some deft worldbuilding here, light touches that give glimpses of tremendous depth, hinting that somewhere in the author's home are volumes of notes and maps and mythologies and histories and cookbooks and recordings of stories passed down from parent to child going back many generations.

While the plot tends to substitute coincidence for complexity, the novel more than makes up for this in enjoyable characters and a honestly fun read. I eagerly await any sequels that must surely exist in the author's mind, as well as anything else she cares to commit to the printed page.

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