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Saturday, 12 May 2012

Book Review: The Long Lost by Patti Larsen

SYD's BACK! ! !

And I was so hoping that Syd would be because the perfect world Syd fought for was left balancing on that frustrating edge authors like to call "leaving for the readers imagination".

It's amazing, its been 5 months since I read The Wild and yet the second I opened The Long Lost, Syd was there ... just like a friend you've not spoken to for ages!

I'm not generally a reader of series that follow a single Character (although Patti Larsen appears the exception to this rule) We're now on book 5 and Syd's still growing, she still makes me smile, laugh (out loud sometimes) I'm still routing for her and her struggles, and the secondary storyline developments are still really intriguing. I'm still trying to figure out what's going to happen and work out some of the clues but some of the twists just not expecting until that Ah yeah, the clues were there all along! moment.

I absolutely adore reading this series, its always fresh, always keeps me hooked from cover to cover no matter what I'm supposed to be doing.... It's incredibly addictive.

If you haven't read the previous 4 - Hayle Coven Novels, read them! They're a fantastic excuse for avoiding the real world. Escapism at its best! :)


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The Hayle Coven Novels - By Patti Larson


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