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Settling in, Leonie explores the sequestered library uncovering a tiny book written by her uncle on the Occult and a bizarre deck of Tarot Cards.
The story is rich in narrative detail and Mosse is very good at painting a scene, displaying great talent in making the reader see him or herself embedded in it.
It's her style, I guess (haven't read anything else from her), but I ended up just skimming through many pages, and didn't really feel like I'd lost anything.
This book is similar in vein to 'The Da Vinci Code' but, fortunately, less melodramatic and better-written. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Tracie
A good historical fantasy romp but not as compelling as Labyrinth. Makes me not quite as eager to progress to the third book in the trilogy.Published 17 days ago by Louise
This was a good book. The primary plot of Anatole, Isolde, and Leonie was compelling, and the writing in this part is very good. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Callmeomega
I read the first book, Labyrinth, and looked forward to this one. This follows a similar manner of following two story lines at two points in history, and includes familial ties to... Read morePublished 25 days ago by Jennifer
Would have given it 5 stars but I found it hard to get into. However, once it got going, it was a really good read. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Julie Swain
I found it too complicated and there was far too much about the meaning of the various Tarot cards. I enjoyed reading about the lifestyle in the 1890's and the way places had... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Muriel Gogarty
i was enthralled by this story and have recommended it to my friends, I have been to that part of France and I remembered some of the place namesPublished 1 month ago by Kaye43
An enjoyable read . I loved the setting in the south of France and the book evoked the ancient fears of the area , quite creepy at times !Published 1 month ago by Mrs. E. A. Chandler
A story not related to the Labyrinth and Citadel tales, quite different. With a tough of mystery, and the introduction of the world of Tarot Cards a most enjoyable read!Published 4 months ago by careerminded