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Once the story really gets going though the book is very good.
Cox has fashioned a Victorian novel that entertains with its decorous writing, its finely wrought descriptions and its respect for the reader.
I try to spend at least one hour every night reading, and at over 700 pages, "The Meaning of Night" took quite some time to finish.
Wonderful novel! A little long and drawn out but wonderful nonetheless.Published 4 months ago by Mia Alvarez
This was a 700 page book that should have only been 50 pages long. It was so wordy with so much unnecessary details that had nothing to do with anything. Read morePublished 6 months ago by BellaGrace
not as great as I had hoped---but donated it to the local library so someone is loving it I am sure!Published 7 months ago by Lone Wolf
Excellent book! Well written and had me reaching for the book in every spare moment. I am just sad that there's not another book by this author that I can read!Published 8 months ago by Kathy
The writing and story come together in this terrific tale of deceipt and vengence - all wrapped up together in a compelling and well told and well conceived story; like watching a... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Amy