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Eye of the Crow by Shane Peacock
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Mar 08, 2012

bookshelves: dnf, mystery, mg, sherlock
Recommended to Tasha by: Memory Arnould
Read from March 08 to 12, 2012

Making a key out of dried porridge is one thing, but an upper-class man in the 1860s not 'believing' in having servants is a crock. What, is he daughter his servant? Is that his idea of a liberated woman? Give me a break!

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Reading Progress

03/09/2012 page 20
8.0% "Some of them can also talk."
03/09/2012 page 32
12.0% "Sherlock is starting to sound like that guy from Perfume. I'm worried he's about to kill a redhead." 3 comments
03/10/2012 page 52
20.0% "Ew."
03/10/2012 page 58
22.0% "'He can photograph things with his mind's eye.' WE GET IT."
03/11/2012 page 78
30.0% "This book is starting to bore me a bit."
03/11/2012 page 84
32.0% "It would have been simpler to make some porridge lock picks."
03/12/2012 page 94
36.0% "Convenient that they don't have servants."

Comments (showing 1-3 of 3) (3 new)

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message 1: by Ruth (new)

Ruth Ooh! I've been meaning to read this series for ages.

message 2: by Anastasia (new)

Anastasia Ditto! I hope it's good/that you enjoy it/etc. :D

message 3: by Tasha (new) - added it

Tasha Ruth wrote: "Ooh! I've been meaning to read this series for ages."

It has a weird writing style. Not sure I can get into it. =/

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