Adriana asked:

is it worth reading when the author doesn't know the difference between an ellipsis and an ellipse? and that blooper is on page 2 of the prologue. Is the quality of the writing and proofreading better in the rest of the book?

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Alison Ellipsis is actually the historically accurate term, which has since fallen out of fashion. The prologue is set in 1705, and the OED shows the term "ellipse" first used in 1753.

This level of attention to historical detail is characteristic of the entire series.
Noel Yes it is. See Alison's answer. There is nothing left wanting about the quality of this author's writing - at least not in this series. I haven't read anything other than this series by her.
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