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Fissured: The Pipe Woman Chronicles Paperback – August 18, 2012
About the Author
Lynne Cantwell has been writing fiction since the second grade, when the kid who sat in front of her showed her a book he had written, and she thought, "I could do that." The result was Susie and the Talking Doll, a picture book illustrated by the author about a girl who owned a doll that not only could talk, but could carry on conversations. The book had dialogue but no paragraph breaks. Today, after a twenty-year career in broadcast journalism and a master's degree in fiction writing from Johns Hopkins University (or perhaps despite the master's degree), Lynne is still writing fantasy. She is also a contributing author at IndiesUnlimited.com. Visit Lynne at her blog: hearth-myth.blogspot.com.
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This is a great series, and I suggest you get omnibus because it's easier to read it just straight through and having to go and find the book singularly.
A great read. The next book deals with Naomi,s finding her birth father and about Joseph getting over his fear of coyote ruining his relationship with Naomi just when he finally admits that he wants a life long relationship with her. Can,t wait for book 3'
I gave it three atars because I save the four and five stars for truly amazing, sometimes perspective if not life changing stories.
I found this series to be a very sound and enjoyable read. I very much recommend
I guess maybe I'm not the audience for this book (25 M), but although skillfully made, this series is just too cozy for my taste
The plot moves at a realistic pace and kept me reading all through the night. Jack Rivers was an interesting villain that brought Aztec gods into the mix of Ute, Lakota, Greek, Nordic, and Christian mythos. He was the perfect antagonist to hate. We will have to keep a close eye on him. I like the way Ms. Cantwell challenges all different belief systems, and of course, the goddess directing Naomi never answers a direct question. So, the plot seems more character driven because they must use their free will to puzzle out their own answers.
I love the relationship between Naomi and her best friend Shannon. She is the perfect sounding board and everyone needs a friend like her. The emotional tension in this book is high all the way to the end. The romantic element between Joseph and Naomi is a unique journey that has swept me away; I am mesmerized by their relationship. It seems that Joseph is dealing with some insecurity, also. Although there is not a cliffhanger ending per se, I would have to say there is an emotional issue that is soothed, but not resolved. I am hooked and ready for the next book.
This book contains adult language and situations that may be offensive to some.
Excellent editing. I found no issues with editing or formatting.
**Originally written for "Books and Pals" book blog. May have received a free review copy. **
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Reading Level: Adult
Recommended for: people who enjoy alternate spirituality, Native American mythology, good stories...Read more