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Queen of the Underworld

by Gail Godwin

Queen of the Underworld by Gail Godwin X
Queen of the Underworld by Gail Godwin
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    Jan 2006, 352 pages

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    Jan 2007, 368 pages

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Nuala Morocco

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I start every novel with great anticipation of the places and the people I will get to know once the reading gets underway. I was pleasantly intrigued by the main character, and interested in the journey and adventure she was on. Then right when I was really getting into the story and all the fantastic places we could go the story just lost its steam. I felt that there were at least 5 smaller stories that needed to be explored that were left lacking. I just never felt truly satisfied by where the story went. There was so much potential personally and politically and the story did not deliver for me.
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