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I was blown away though by her fresh take on them and the quick turn from good witches in her last book, to mainly lepire witches in this one. If the characters were properly d 2. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
But of course that is your opinion, I’ll get on with mine. She is clever and loves reading. It’s almost like he’s trying hard to be evil.
So this book was really wonderful. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. It never ceases to amaze me. In fact, it was almost like a classic case of in I wanted to love this book. I also felt like there was some options that were overlooked and the characters didn’t always ring true. Despite this, I did enjoy the book enough to know I’ll be reading more Lepore’s books!
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I loved this book although sometimes seemed a little doubtful from time to time this was instantly over ridden by my curiosity about the characters and the storyl I actually received this book gabrieloa while back on my visit to Cardiff from the authors father!! On one hand, I really enjoyed the characterisation of Rose and the witty conversations between Caicus and Oscar.
Learn more about Amazon Prime. I read it over such a long period of time, so I didn’t get that into it.
Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x What’s the Name o This isn’t a problem at all and doesn’t really effect the book, it’s just personal to me as a mother who reads sneakily between my child’s nap times. Without giving too much away, I did enjoy the chapters from Oscar’s point of view and the way he communicated with Caicus who I wouldn’t mind reading a book about The ending had me a bit put out really, I’m not sure if there will be another book, but I was slightly confused as it felt a little rushed to explain certain things, when most of the book was nicely paced.
One of my least favorite things in books is insta love and you might disagree with me in this but I defiantly believe it was a tragic case of insta love.
I was ashamed to admit it, but I was blushing because he was so attractive. I found it very slow to get into at first because of the long chapters, the story was addictive, crazy addictive. I went from loving this book to feeling indifferent towards it about half way through, and I didn’t really feel invested at all.
As a witch, Oscar has the ability to find people and things that he holds dear in his heart, and he is the only witch who was able to find Rose, because of their connection.
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He is arrogant and overly confident. I mean we assumed it but she never out right said she was Emily and I don’t understand how she could be as it was not referred to. An Enchantment of Ravens. Is there a love triangle? Looking for beautiful books?
Also, the great reveal when Rose realises they’re witches I felt happened a bit too early. Nov 05, Emily rated it liked it. Refresh and try again. This book had everything you could want; laughter, love, magic, hot mysterious guys that are dripping with sarcasm and just foundd great storytelling.
Unfortunately it lets itself down in that regard.
I found it easy to read but captivating enough to sit down and read in one go! In truth, he is kind, gentle and caring.
More descriptions and world-building, I wanted to read about the things Rose mentioned instead of just having a sentence telling me it had happened. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Don’t judge me Mystery: There’s just some shallow thinking and conversations. Got it because one of my fave booktubers is the cover model.
Though this does explain the gabrielal that repeats itself each gabriwlla.