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eleanor at dreamvine.org.uk
Tue Apr 19 05:22:37 EDT 2011
Maybe it has something to do with my having started it on a day trip to
London where I could only read it in snatches on the tube and while
waiting for buses etc. (buses and reading don't mix for me) but I have
also found it not particularly gripping. I love some of the writing,
but that hasn't stopped me putting it aside to read another book. I
will go back to it soon, though.
Perhaps Verdigris Deep is more my thing.
On 18/04/11 23:34, Alina wrote:
> I found Fly by Night really difficult to get into - it wasn't bad, it just
> didn't grip me enough for me to keep going past 1/4 of the book. Is there
> another of Hardinge's books that's more accessible? I saw Gullstruck Island
> on the local bookshop's bargain table and wondered whether I should get it.
> On Mon, Apr 18, 2011 at 11:49 PM, Hallie O'Donovan<hallieod at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Just to save any possible future confusion, _Verdigris Deep_ was published
>> in the States as _Well Witched_. Hardinge's third book is also a
>> stand-alone, and also has different titles: _Gullstruck Island_ in the UK
>> and _The Lost Conspiracy_ in the US. The sequel to _Fly by Night_ is the
>> most recent book, and is _Twilight Robbery_ over here and _Fly Trap_ in the
>> On Mon, Apr 18, 2011 at 12:10 PM, Eleanor Joslin
>> <eleanor at dreamvine.org.uk>wrote:
>>> Coincidentally, I am currently reading Fly by Night, my first Hardinge.
>>> just looked at her webiste and saw that although Fly by Night has a
>>> Verdigris Deep isn't it, so go ahead and read it.
>>> On 18/04/11 11:54, Deborah Meghnagi Bailey wrote:
>>>> Quick question for those who know: I just got delivery of Frances
>>>> Hardginge's Verdigris Deep. Is it actually a sequel to Fly by Night, or
>>>> they stand-alone books? Because I haven't received Fly by Night yet, and
>>>> don't know whether I need to read them in order or not...
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