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Judith Ivory is a brilliant writer. This book is so beautifully written and I liked both characters. I have read her book The Proposition and would give both books 5+++++++ stars!Published 2 months ago by Sunneva Jaarlintytär
Judith Ivory is a gifted writer. I'm so sorry she stopped writing. I have read and listened to this book many times. Brilliant, tender, wringing every emotion from us.Published 8 months ago by Christina
Of the 300 books I've read so far, this is by far the WORST! I can't even explain how disappointed I am! Read morePublished 15 months ago by Amazon Customer
The plot started off great and interesting, however, it didn't remain that way. Louise was a very unlikable heroine. She was bratty, spoiled, selfish, and just plain mean/vicious! Read morePublished 19 months ago by Just Lovely
I am so sad that this was such a disappointment for me. It felt unpleasant to read for lack of a better word. I am just glad its over.
It started out pretty interesting. Read more
Judith Ivory is one of those lost artists who really knows how to write. I have read all of her books many times and enjoy them over and over. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Kay I. Wetz
Judith Ivory is an excellent writer of beautiful prose. But the plot of this book didn't please me nearly as much as the prose. Read morePublished on May 22, 2013 by Lady Wesley
BEAST by Judith Ivory.
I liked the overall plot. Charles a French aristocrat has one blind eye and limps due to a bad knee. (He's the beast. Read more
This book is from beginning to end awful. The characters are far from having any semblance of sense, they just go around saying how beauuuuuuutiful they are. Read morePublished on October 21, 2012 by Giuk