Mothernight review • 23 April 2008 • The SnowBlog

Mothernight review

Check out Liz's website for a from the heart review of Mothernight. She writes: "I am worried about gushing about Mothernight but I can't remember the last time I read a book that was so - hard to explain - so, I don't know...immaculately written. So I penned the review below. I'm taking a break for a day or two from reading fiction, purely because I will get annoyed by other books not written to this standard. I went through exactly the same thing when I read Stephanie Meyer's YA novels. Everything afterwards seemed inconsequential." How smashing. I mean, not that I want our books to destroy people's ability to read other fiction, no. (But secretly, yes.)


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