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Falstaff's Big Gamble by Hank Quense
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Jul 12, 2013

really liked it
bookshelves: adventure, adult, fantasy, war
Read in July, 2013

Falstaff's Big Gamble is an interesting and intricate portrayal of how the lives of several creatures (all human-like, but not all human) come together in war and love. I really loved seeing all of it tie together at the end- Quense weaves a delicate web between his characters and links them all together nicely. I did have some difficulty at first, because it seemed that I was following many, many story lines of unconnected characters. However, the further I progressed in the story, the easier it became to track all the progress. I personally enjoyed the Shakespearean plots- it was nice seeing a nod to the different plays Shakespeare wrote.

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