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message 1: by Shannon (last edited Jun 05, 2010 09:00PM) (new)

Shannon Don't you dare return this! It was on of my favorite books of 2009!

message 2: by Kat Kennedy (new)

Kat Kennedy Haha! Okay, I'll give it a go for you!

message 3: by Kim (new)

Kim I liked this, but there is a so-called 'hot' scene that made me laugh.

message 4: by Joyzi (new)

Joyzi I'll wait for your review before I'm going to read this^^

message 5: by Tatiana (new)

Tatiana Goodness, Kat, thanks for free PR:) And glad you enjoyed it...

message 6: by Joyzi (new)

Joyzi How many stars do you give to this book then?

message 7: by Kat Kennedy (new)

Kat Kennedy Oh sorry, I could have sworn I'd given it four stars!

message 8: by Joyzi (new)

Joyzi ah okay I haven't seen it haha

message 9: by AH (new)

AH Yah! You liked it! Interesting review - and loved your visual aids yet again.

message 10: by Mariel (new)

Mariel Love this review. I liked this book in orangey segments or stinky Shrek layers.

Wicked Incognito Now I find the whole soulless bit to be a weak plot device as well. I know that Alexia is incredibly pragmatic, but she's not without emotion? That's always bugged me about this series.

message 12: by Nicole (new)

Nicole To my understanding, this book terms soul as more of your creativity, talents, and things like that more than just Who You Are. While making beautiful statues and singing brilliantly do take Emotion, just because someone can't draw does not mean they lack emotion. Also, in the third book, it is said that Lord Maccon used to be a talented Opera singer, but so much of his soul was used up, that now he has no talent for it whatsoever. So really, it's more of creativity than the traditional use of the word Soul. But that's just what I thought of it after reading the other books-they get more into it, and you find out more. I was a little confused at first until further reading.

message 13: by Estott (new)

Estott I thought she muffed the character of Queen Victoria as well. I'm all for a book that shows her as an intelligent women (she was no fool in real life) but she was entirely too casual.

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