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The 6th Lamentation

by William Brodrick

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The 6th Lamentation by William Brodrick
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    Jul 2003, 400 pages
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    Jun 2004, 400 pages

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Karen

This plot was indeed interesting, but maybe it was just above me. I had trouble staying interested. The story seemed not pulled together enought and there was too much that didn't add to the story at all. I loved the idea of the story when I started it, but I was disappointed by halfway through the book. I had to force myself to finish it, because I did want want to know how it all came together. I'm not really impressed by this writer's style - just his imagination.
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