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Storm Warning by Mercedes Lackey
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Jan 30, 11

bookshelves: novel, series-valdemar, currently-shelved-kindle, currently-shelved-livingroom, all-of-my-reviewed-books
Read from January 28 to 30, 2011 — I own a copy

The only interesting parts of this book are the characters of Tremane, who is hardly given any time at all, and Karal, who shares far too much of his time in this book with the thoroughly irritating An'desha. Everyone else gets no development in this book because we're still supposed to care about them from the previous trilogy, which quite obviously I don't.

And then there's the plot. I know that reading Lackey for the plot is like reading Playboy for the articles, and yet. Ouch.

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message 1: by Anne (new)

Anne What do you read Lackey for, then? It never occurred to me to read her for anything else - it's comfort food for the brain...

message 2: by Anne (new)

Anne Ah - didn't mean that as critical, just curious -

Cait For me, comfort food is in the characters and their emotional dramas; the plot in a Mercedes Lackey rarely holds my attention in any "isn't it so exciting! what will happen next?" kind of way.

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