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Angel and Apostle by Deborah Noyes
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Jan 18, 2010

liked it
Read in January, 2010

Though I liked the book, at times I was lost as well. I think there are faeries and witches, but still at the end am not sure.
The tale of Pearl is a great one, and I did love reading about the things she would do. It seems she was a good girl, but naturally curious, which in those days, made her a bit of a problem. I, at times, loved her Mother. Then she in turn could also be very cruel. It was a relationship I was not happy to read of, though it did make the story more interesting. How the child seems to suffer at the result of the parent, has been a question I have pondered many times. This book asks the same, without actually posing it. For me, it was mildly sensitive in nature.
Overall I liked the book. I don't think it's a bestseller, but interesting, yes!

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