The Glass Woman by Caroline Lea

The Glass Woman

Penguin UK Michael Joseph|7 February 2019 |400 pages|e-book |Review copy|3*

6 thoughts on “The Glass Woman by Caroline Lea”

  1. The setting and context do sound interesting, Margaret. And I’m curious about that locked room and about Anna, too. I know what you mean, though, about a story that’s a bit drawn out. Hmm…..I may put this on the list, but wait a bit on it…

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  2. I have a NetGalley copy of this too which I’ll be reading soon, so I’m sorry to hear you didn’t enjoy it more. I’m glad you still found things to like, though, and I’ll be interested to see what I think of it.

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  3. It can be a bit odd sometimes when you can’t quite decide how you feel about a book. Sometimes I have to wait a couple of days to decide whether I liked it or not and sometimes I do and I don’t… like you here. Glad it’s not just me. I fancied this one from one of your previous posts, I won’t buy it but if I see it in the library I’ll grab it as I find Iceland fascinating. Very nice review.

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