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Labyrinth

by Kate Mosse

An immensely enoyable book.
Plenty of intrigue, romance and adventure to keep you turning the pages throughout the night, wanting to know where the plot will lead you next.

Suggested by Heather, Staffordshire

Tagged with: effort interesting intriguing irritating labyrinth mystery not worth

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Comments

I personally enjoyed this book.Yes I agree that some parts were a bit boring but having skipped the boring bits I found it a fascinating read.
Weed-Yorkshire
I enjoyed reading this book.And could feel the tension and excitement of the main characters throughout the book. A good read.
YORKSHIRE WEED
I personally enjoyed this book.Yes I agree that some parts were a bit boring but having skipped the boring bits I found it a fascinating read.
Weed-Yorkshire
I gsave up on this book - too drawn out and didn't hold my interest. Disappointing cos it was in 'Richard and Judy's book club.
Bonnie, Scotland
Enjoyable read if a little drawn out in places. Sepulchre is worth a go as well
Viking
Disappointing after all the hype. The research is very good, but the rest is tedious.
Polly, London
This premise of this book looked interesting but I just couldn't get into it It was ages ago when I (tried to) read it so I can't quite remember but something about the plot or the characters or writing was irritating and dull.
Rhona
And there is Cheryl Powell, Maidenhead on the previous page saying she didn't like it!!! I guess I'll have to read it myself and make up my own mind
Rover and Out
And there is Cheryl Powell, Maidenhead on the previous page saying she didn't like it!!! I guess I'll have to read it myself and make up my own mind
Rover and Out
 

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