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A riveting story with fascinating characters, "The Map of True Places," is the kind of read that will stay with you years after you've finished reading it. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Tracy Shawn
Well written but disappointing after magic of The Lace Reader. None if the characters were fully fleshed out and the story didn't really go anywhere. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Queenie333
After really enjoying the Lace Reader by Barry, I was disappointed in Map of True Places. The story attempted to surprise the reader, but was without the twists and turns of the... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Alvarado Texas
Funny, I didn't think this was going to be a 5-star book, 4-star yes, but wow, did this book pick up in the last third! If you enjoyed The Lace Reader, don't even hesitate... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Aliast
I enjoyed the lace reader, but map of true places is even better for depth and characterisation. The characters are believable.Published 11 months ago by One-eyed Ruby
Back in Salem, which sounds like a great place to visit!
I read and enjoyed Barry's earlier work The Lace Reader and her latest doesn't disappoint. Read more
Very good! I personally didn't the book as a whole as much as I liked The Lace Reader, but I actually liked the main character in this book much more. She was more relateable. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Holly Y
My heart beats faster learning she has released another novel. The Map of True Places was so familiar from previous writing I kept wondering if I had read it before? Read morePublished 14 months ago by Observer One
Easy read that is easy to return to after not reading for awhile. I like the author's style. The characters seem very real.Published 15 months ago by Pamela F. Ball