OT Other Books
Ding, Kylie (KAM.RIC)
Kylie.Ding at kline.com
Fri Feb 15 09:45:25 EST 2002
I thought it was okay. Like Jennifer, I liked it but didn't like it enough
to buy it. That was until I read the book that came after it, the name of
which completely escapes me... ummm, no it doesn't. Slaves of the Mastery.
Very good. I want to own that one, so I'll have to own The Wind Singer as
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Rowland, Jennifer A B [mailto:jennifer.rowland at ic.ac.uk]
> Sent: Friday, 15 February 2002 10:16
> To: 'dwj at suberic.net'
> Subject: RE: OT Other Books
> lizzie wrote:
> >The Wind Singer by William Nicholson. This is another one
> that caught my
> >eye in a bookstore but I wanted to get some outside opinions
> before I read
> >it. Anyone?
> Um. I thought it was good but I didn't *like* it enough to
> buy it. Can't
> quite put my finger on why. Tastes vary so much I can't
> predict if you'll
> love it, but it's certainly well worth requesting from the library or
> finding a bookshop where you can read a couple of chapters.
> (The plot was
> fine, it was something about the style that I found not so
> compelling, so if
> you get on with the start you'll probably enjoy it a lot.) It
> reminded me
> slightly of "Nicobobinus" by Terry Jones, if you've read that.
> If you see Artemis Fowl (by Eoin Colfer) in the kids section,
> read it too.
> That one, I both found good *and* enjoyed.
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