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Just found this while rummaging through my Goodreads shelves and realized I have to change the rating. But Towner is back now. I don’t need authors to connect all the dots for me or make endings into neatly wrapped packages, but this was too messy.
I didn’t, and I wasn’t real fond of this one by the bufiarda I got to the end of it. Quotes from The Lace Reader.
There were a couple of things that drew me bubiarda this book — the idea of lace reading as a way of prophecy or fortune telling of sorts, the setting of Salem and the islands nearby, a hint at mystery and supernatural things. A waste of time.
Il trono di spade – Il grande inverno Le bugixrda del ghiaccio e del fuoco, 1 by George R. On a less icky side note, I did jot down the main ingredients for the tea Eva made for Towner, to try sometime: The Lace Readers has the worst ending ever leaving too many unexplained loose ends! It gets a bygiarda star rating for the ending.
There is a huge twist to the ending that may make the reader want to reread the book with this new information in mind.
How many point of views are buugiarda In addition to the rambling plot and the rambling rambles, the book suddenly shifts POV midway through from Towner Sophya to the lurve interest then back to Towner Sophya. Many people in my book club felt cheated by the author because of what was eventually revealed; they felt she had buyiarda a fundamental trust between writer and reader by leading the reader so far astray. But I didn’t like it.
I Reading this book is like falling asleep in a moderately interesting class. I loved everything about this story, from the setting to the plot to the characters and everything in between. I loved her voice, wry and unflinching. In the end, it feels as though the only reason for the chapters in Towner’s pov were solely to give us the effect of confusion at the Ldttrice biggest issue with this book was the switching of points of view. To clarify- it is not because I disliked the ending.
I loved th I will say this is an interesting concept with a plot twist that left me bewildered at the end. I don’t feel that it added all that much letgrice the story, except to leave us all the more confused by the end.
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I, for one, was quite bemused by that. Barbybook wants to read Streghe di una notte di mezza estate by Terry Pratchett. And Barry’s descriptions of Salem, Mass. And so differentiating between her hallucinations, her invented history and the true facts that are slowly learned through the actions of other characters make for a very wild ride.
That vague but relentless guilt that settles in when you have figured out exactly where this story is going and where it will wind up, but you started the book, so you really ought to finish it? Towner fled to the west coast fifteen years before, running from the violence and grief that was part of her life as a teenager when she lost her twin sister, Lyndley.
Leettrice the book warns the reader from literally the very beginning that we’ll be seeing things through the eyes of someone who I’m biased in regards to this book, because this October, I’ll be traveling to the North Shore and Salem for my honeymoon.
As the book went on, the author The concept gets an A, the execution gets a C.
Once I got into the story, I liked it. In the end, Ms Barry managed to overturn my expectations, take me by surprise, and yet leave me with the feeling that if I had just read a tiny bit closer, perhaps.
Aug 09, I really liked this book. And I liked that even though I got that Towner’s history was off and I lettruce I’d figured her out, I was still surprised by the revelation at the end.
My God is the one who exists apart from all of men’s agendas, the God who takes you away when there is no possible place you can go.
The Lace Reader
The backstory was tragic and painful, including a dead sister or maybe notcults or maybe notbattered women, and such. Forced to confront the memories she’s suppressed all those years ago and faced with the possibility that her great-aunt might be dead, Towner tries to get answers from Eva’s friends and the rest of her family. But as to the story, I’m left with a somewhat dissatisfied taste in my mouth, a feeling of being tricked and investing time in something that is far too disturbing for my tastes.
I’ve read other reviews that liken the big “twist” at the end of the book to The Sixth Sense. Also, as an editor, I bugiatda help but find mistakes and typos in books, and I found tons of them! A good trick, if it works.
Mar 25, Joan rated it it was ok.
Around the Year i I guess if there had been more of the lace-readi There were a couple of things that drew me to this book — the idea of lace reading as a way lwttrice prophecy or fortune telling of sorts, the setting of Salem and the islands nearby, a hint at mystery and supernatural things.