The Turn of Midnight by Minette Walters

I LOVED the first book, and keenly awaited the arrival of its sequel; I was delighted when I finally received it and dropped all other reading material immediately in order to get stuck in.
And my opinion? Well, I did enjoy it, and it was good in parts, but I have to confess that in the end I found Thaddeus’ journey, and the lllooonnngggggg….interview of Lady Anne on which his fate rested a little tedious. Furthermore, having been a fan of Thaddeus in book one, I became irritated by the sheer
I LOVED the first book, and keenly awaited the arrival of its sequel; I was delighted when I finally received it and dropped all other reading material immediately in order to get stuck in.
And my opinion? Well, I did enjoy it, and it was good in parts, but I have to confess that in the end I found Thaddeus’ journey, and the lllooonnngggggg….interview of Lady Anne on which his fate rested a little tedious. Furthermore, having been a fan of Thaddeus in book one, I became irritated by the sheer *perfection* of this man, born a serf, yet apparently able to carry himself off as gentry without detection.
It was great to catch up with events, but my overall feeling was that the book needn’t have been quite so long!
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