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message 1: by Debbie "DJ" (new)

Debbie "DJ" LMAO! Fantastic review Erica. I know for sure it’s better than the book.


message 2: by Erica (new)

Erica Debbie "DJ" wrote: "LMAO! Fantastic review Erica. I know for sure it’s better than the book."

Why, thank you!
Most people seemed to have loved this book so they would probably not agree but I know I love my review more than I loved the book, mostly because of the Maaagic gif.


message 3: by Miriam (new)

Miriam She thinks she's unattractive. I hope everyone who identifies as female is reading this little secret: We will all know you are a girlperson if you think you are horribly unattractive.

Blargh. This was the same thing that made me throw down The Rook (also a female pov written by a man): the woman wakes up battered and with amnesia and the first things she checks are whether she's pretty and how is crotch waxed. Riiiiight.

Sorry this sucked. I meant to try some more Bruchac (Wabi: A Hero's Tale was too young for me) but it won't be this one.


message 4: by Erica (new)

Erica Miriam wrote: "Blargh. This was the same thing that made me throw down The Rook (also a female pov written by a man): the woman wakes up battered and with amnesia and the first things she checks are whether she's pretty and how is crotch waxed. Riiiiight.

Sorry this sucked. I meant to try some more Bruchac (Wabi: A Hero's Tale was too young for me) but it won't be this one."


Yeah. I sometimes worry about men who think women are only concerned with their physical appearances, regardless of circumstances. Either they don't know many women or they just aren't paying attention.

I'm going to wait a long time before trying Bruchac again, I think. I wasn't impressed with the writing or anything so I don't have a burning need to check out his other works.


message 5: by Erica (new)

Erica DEAN Stillings wrote: "it does have a catchy story line. thats the only thing making me want to read it."

You should try it! A lot of people liked this story and felt it was action-packed and adventurous. Just pretend Lozen is a teenage boy instead of a girl and you'll be fine!


message 6: by Erica (new)

Erica DEAN Stillings wrote: "ok. I got it. but all the details about lozen wondering if she has a waxed ***** kinda gives away her gender. nevertheless, i want to read it."

Woah, wait, what?
Lozen never wonders about her body hair.
She just thinks she's too skinny and ugly for anyone to ever notice her.


message 7: by Miriam (new)

Miriam That was me talking about a different book.

But, Dean, some guys wax or shave, too!


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