Betrayal by Sharon Brownlie

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This books crawls before it flies. I found the first chapter a bit stilted and wordy. But by Chapter 2, the action starts to flow and before I knew it, I’d finished the novel.

The characters are realistic and complex. In weaving their tales together, Ms. Brownlie presents a villain both vile and pathetic, disgusting and sympathetic, hardened yet fragile as new glass.

I can’t wait to see what the sequel brings!

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