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The Emperor's Conspiracy by Michelle Diener
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Nov 21, 2012

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bookshelves: stand-alone, mystery, historical-setting, era-of-kingdoms

What do people do in this book? They watch people watch people.

What's happening/happened in this book? abuse, child rape, child sex, intsa-love, semi one-sided love-triangle, murders, discovery of rape.

What's missing? The mystery. Where was it? I know that was suppose to one because of the description. But it failed to become semi relevant until late in the second half of the book. Even then, it was poorly developed.

What's aggravating? Everybody conveniently was connected to everybody introduced in the book.

The description of this book is misleading. Also, Napoleon was only ever mention 2 or 3 times causally so I don't know he is mentioned in the opening description.

At the very least, it wasn't a bored. And written will enough to merit reading it to it's completion. I dont hate this book, just extremely disappointed with it.


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