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The Fetch by Laura Whitcomb
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Jan 26, 09

bookshelves: reading-challenge-2009
Read in January, 2009

MY BARNES AND NOBLE SHELVED THIS TWO WEEKS EARLY!

I GET TO READ IT TONIGHT INSTEAD OF WAITING FOR FEBRUARY!!!

*is gleeful*
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Reading Progress

01/20/2009 page 110
28.95% "Loving it so far! VERY interesting take on the myths...and I wonder if Laura will ever write a character in their own body? *giggle* LOVE!"
01/22/2009 page 200
52.63% "Still love it. Very interesting concept."

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message 1: by Kit (new) - added it

Kit You have GOT TO BE KIDDING ME! I just bought a copy of this, and would be reading it if I didn't get distracted by "Darkfever"!! You read EVERYTHING I have!!


message 2: by Kit (new) - added it

Kit Ah! I just got it! So this is the other Laura Whitcomb novel. I see... Well, yes, then, I go plan on reading it!


message 3: by Kit (new) - added it

Kit I'm reading The Fetch Now, but I'm not really impressed. I think it's just okay...


Marcy Jo It's a little slow to get into. Laura is one of those writers that you simply either adore or you don't. There's a fluidity to her writing that can come off as a bit draggy in places. For the most part though, I really did enjoy this book. The end was possibly the most open ended WHAT thing ever, though. Which sort of fit.


message 5: by Kit (new) - added it

Kit Marcy Jo wrote: "It's a little slow to get into. Laura is one of those writers that you simply either adore or you don't. There's a fluidity to her writing that can come off as a bit draggy in places. For the most ..."

Alright, then. I'll give it a chance. I like weird endings. Or good endings. A good ending can change my opinion of a bad book...

I'm not sure I LOVE Laura...we'll see.


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