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The Riverwoman's Dragon: 13 Hardcover – 26 August 2021
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- Publisher : Canongate Books Ltd; Main ed. edition (26 August 2021)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 256 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1780291361
- ISBN-13 : 978-1780291369
- Dimensions : 14.61 x 2.54 x 22.23 cm
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Also, so sad no one seems to care that Kate, who works so very hard for the couple and their children and friends, has lost a beloved sister to the pestilence and no one seems to care, no discussion, no comfort, no acknowledgement. I know an author telling a tale, or a person retelling a story to others, cannot remember to cover al! The details...but...this seems another huge oversight. They attempt to comfort others in their community but not their own folks in the house who live With them??? Incomprhensible!
One more minor complaint...what is happening with Kate's brother and sister who brought the news of their older sister's death...they were not even invited in to commiserate with Kate on their shared loss...where are they now? On their own? Does the family care about them at all? Does Magic still use their services? Why are so many characters we have come to love left out of this story?
As usual a well crafted tale, a well written tale...and, as usual some perplexing moments where the author seems to know things the reader should! Overall, a book worth reading in a wonderful series. I have read everything MS Robb has written and enjoyed and puzzled over every one. Cannot wait for the next book in this series and wish she might add to the other two series ! Love these books...just sayin'!
This tale takes place during a time of pestilence, a matter of coincidence according to Robb, who started the book pre-Coronavirus. Her portrayal of the response to the pestilence by the folks in Kent, informed by reports of those times, collided with my observations of people’s response to the epidemic today, and confirmed my view that our technology may differ, but that people haven’t changed much.
I recommend this book (and every other book in the series). I got so engrossed I had to fight the urge to skip to the end and make sure every one was all right. It’s a good story told well that makes you do that. (I didn’t cheat. )