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The Best Of Doreen Virtue by Doreen Virtue PhD
The Best Of Doreen Virtue by Doreen Virtue PhD
8 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Doreen Virtue's books are wonderful in my opinion and so when I stumbled across this compilation I was thrilled - of course. I wish I hadn't listened now. It has coloured my view of her rather. I find her voice a little irritating for a start and she talks so fast! The guided meditations are over before you know it - no time to do much deep work there. Keep reading her books is my advice - and only listen if you are a diehard fan.
The Fabric of Sin: A Merrily Watkins Mystery (Merr&hellip by Phil Rickman
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Back on Track, 15 Oct 2008
I have long been a huge fan of Phil Rickman and followed the Merrily Watkins series avidly. After reading the last couple of outings I had begun to think he had lost his way a bit, but this one is right back on track with some really atmospheric stuff and a decent plot. However, I still believe that Rickman's best stuff was written before Merrily came on the scene and although she is undoubtedly a very original and well crafted character, I would like to see her being given a rest and the author reverting back to some of his earlier type novels - Crybbe, December and the Chalice were so much more gripping.
Labyrinth by Kate Mosse
Labyrinth by Kate Mosse
0 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Not a bad book, but not a literary masterpiece either. To be quite honest, I don't think the author intended it to be other than a good, undemanding yarn....which it was. There were no huge surprises in the plot outcomes and the reader's credibility was challenged on a number of occasions by the huge number of coincidences and the "dastardly baddie" characterisation was a bit overdone, but a good read by the pool for the holiday.

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