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Britni Weiss has commented on (6) products.

Magic Street by Orson Scott Card
Magic Street

Britni Weiss, August 4, 2012

A vey interesting tale of an middle-class African-American boy with mysterious origins. This fantasy tale spins through a web of suburbia, Shakespeare, and the unknown. A great foray into African-American liturature written by someone who is selfproclaimed to not know anything about African-American culture.
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Rachel & Leah (Women of Genesis) by Orson Scott Card
Rachel & Leah (Women of Genesis)

Britni Weiss, August 4, 2012

After waiting a while to get this thrid book of four, I am excited to read the upcoming fourth. Rachel and Leah continues the sory of the biblical matriarchs and their complicated and intriguing relationships with each other.
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Rebekah (Women of Genesis) by Orson Scott Card
Rebekah (Women of Genesis)

Britni Weiss, August 4, 2012

Another great novel from Orson Scott Card. Wonderful insight into familial pressures and the mind of a pre-teenage girl, while staying true to the biblical story.
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Sarah: Women of Genesis (Women of Genesis) by Orson Scott Card
Sarah: Women of Genesis (Women of Genesis)

Britni Weiss, August 4, 2012

One of the best Biblical novels I have read. Infusing a good bit of historical fact, biblical fact, and his own imaginings, Orson Scott Card paints a captivating image of the lives of Sarah and her family.
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Mastiff (The Legend of Beka Cooper #3) by Tamora Pierce
Mastiff (The Legend of Beka Cooper #3)

Britni Weiss, January 2, 2012

While not my favorite Tamora Pierce book, it is still a great book that fits into the Tortall world. My main complaint is that there is a huge gap between Bloodhound and Mastiff. the twist at the end was also a bit depressing. If you are emotionally attached to the Beka Cooper trilogies characters, be prepared to cry.
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