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Groff wins again with this charming novel. Her lush style seems to be endlessly malleable, adapting to this gentler tale than Fates and Furies. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Devon st
It is okay, I finished it, but it is a bit "twee". Some may like treacle but I don't.Published 11 days ago by Patricia R.
I enjoyed this book. I love novels that hop around through history. Reminded me a little of World's End, by TC Boyle, one of my all time favorites. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Michael J. McDermott
Starts off promising, enjoyable embedded narratives, and a rich mythical story fizzles as it goes. The mythical nature of the story is never properly explored, and the ending... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Jordan
LOVED this book, could not put it down. Read the first few pages online and then decide — if you love it at the beginning you'll love it all the way through.Published 1 month ago by Zinnie
This book was all over the place. I was very intrigued by the monster in the beginning of the book and was looking forward to seeing how it plays into the story but it was never... Read morePublished 2 months ago by S. Matarazzo
I think this author is so over-rated. Are we just bored and desperate to have someone new to worship?Published 2 months ago by Donna L. Vincent
"The Monsters of Templeton" is a very well-written story about the revelation of family secrets. Read morePublished 2 months ago by L. M. Quinn