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Date Posted: 14:49:09 03/13/04 Sat
Author: Rosamond
Subject: I tried Nora Roberts. I read her Chesapeake Bay trilogy (Sea Swept, Rising Tides, Inner Harbour) and my reaction was, "what's the fuss?" Mildly diverting but nothing that made me want to read more. I also began the first J.D. Robb novel cause I'd read so many good reviews by fans but couldn't get through it. Her writing seemed predictable and had an "assembly line" feel to me. That was especially true of the Chesapeake Bay novels. I love a good romance novel, but I don't get her huge appeal, at least not based on what I've read.
In reply to: Syl 's message, "Sassenach Musings" on 17:49:53 03/12/04 Fri

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[> [> Diff'rent strokes, I guess, Rosamond. Like there are lots of people out there who don't like DG. True, some of Nora's books are same old, same old, but on the whole she tells a good story, imho. BTW, I haven't read the Chesapeake Bay trilogy yet, but the books are sitting in my tbr pile. Thanks for your comments though! We like diverse opinions! -- Syl, 17:44:23 03/13/04 Sat

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