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This review is from: The Islands of Chaldea (Hardcover)
Much of this is fine. I was worried that the difference between Diana's own writing and that of her sister, who completed it after Diana's death, would obtrude, but I really couldn't see the join. Ultimately, though, as with most of her last few books, it doesn't even approach the standard of the classic DWJs: it takes a long time to get to its destination, and then, after a brief bit of suspense, finishes. Worth reading, but (unless, like me, you're a DWJ completist) probably not paying a great deal to read. It's more Pinhoe Egg than Hexwood.
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Initial post: 29 Apr 2014 13:45:41 BDT
"More Pinhoe Egg then Hexwood" that's probably the best review you could've given. I'll still read it of course, but it's good to know exactly what to expect. Thanks!
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