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    (Unraveling) PDF ë Karen Lord I am not going to lie but I don’t know the author so I picked this book only by looking at the cover page which seemed to me very intriguing It’s a big maze with an eye in the middle The main characters Dr Miranda Ecouvo and two brothers Chance and Trickster have to go through the maze and solve complicated puzzles in order to catch a

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    (Unraveling) PDF ë Karen Lord Karen Lord ✓ 1 READ The hero of Karen Lord’s knotty and sometimes confounding fantasy thriller is Miranda – a therapist pulled out of time and into a labyrinthine netherworld to help solve a series of murders that baffles the gods themselves The title of Lord’s novel is appropriate the drawback being that the story unravels a bit too methodically and deliberately The characters human and god are appealing Miranda brings a s

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    (Unraveling) PDF ë Karen Lord SUMMARY ´ YEEZY950.US ✓ Karen Lord Karen Lord ✓ 1 READ I received a free e ARC through First to Read from the publishers at Penguin Random House Trigger warnings death child death body horror dismemberment severe injury violence blood spidersDr Miranda Ecouvo is a forensic therapist who helps people who have witnessed violent crime unravel the truth about what they’ve seen She’s coming off one of the most gruesome cases The City has seen lately a ritual murderer who dismembers his

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    Karen Lord ✓ 1 READ SUMMARY ´ YEEZY950.US ✓ Karen Lord FREE READ Unraveling I'm not entirely sure what I read A story of a serial killer a forensic therapist and a pair of brothers Ajit and Chance on

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    (Unraveling) PDF ë Karen Lord Apparently this book isn’t really a standalone it’s a sort of continuation of one of the author’s other stories and it really showed I don’t hate stories that don’t reveal a lot but this book took that to another level It was so needlessly confusing that I had no idea what was happening for most of the story The reader is just dropp

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    SUMMARY ´ YEEZY950.US ✓ Karen Lord (Unraveling) PDF ë Karen Lord Karen Lord ✓ 1 READ I'm with the other reviewers on this one it's a fantastic concept and there are marvelous threads in the story but unraveli

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    (Unraveling) PDF ë Karen Lord 25 stars it was confusing and I sort of got the hang of the story but something still was holding me back from liking it I will have to revisit this one and see if I change my mind

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    (Unraveling) PDF ë Karen Lord Karen Lord ✓ 1 READ SUMMARY ´ YEEZY950.US ✓ Karen Lord I’ll be honest I finished “Unraveling” by Karen Lord weeks ago but have not had the energy or desire to write this review Unfortunately it was an arduous read for me I had to force myself to pick it up and often found my mind wandering while I read it When I finally did finish it the only emotion I felt was relief “Unraveling” is a

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    (Unraveling) PDF ë Karen Lord Karen Lord ✓ 1 READ I would like to rename this book to Unrevealing I chose to read this book because my library app advertised this book as one of the new additions to the library's collection and I thought that it would be fun for once to read a book just because it looked interesting without any background information Guess the old saying

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READ ê Unraveling SUMMARY ´ YEEZY950.US ✓ Karen Lord Karen Lord ✓ 1 READ In this standalone fantasy novel by an award winning author the dark truth behind a string of unusual murders leads to an otherworldly exploration of spirits myth and memory steeped in Caribbean storytellingDr Miranda Ecouvo forensic therapist of the City just helped put a serial killer behind bars But she soon discovers that her investigation into seven unusual m. NOW AVAILABLE if you re going to read ONE african mythology infused fantasy novel with magical portals bloody dismemberments shapeshifting immortal beings and a murder mystery that throws you in the middle of its world with zero regard for your comfort probably read Black Leopard Red Wolf that s glib but the comparison is worth mentioning i love marlon james and i m willing to work for his catch me if you can brand of storytelling but reading that book fulfilled my uota of maddeningly confusing fantasy novels for the year blrw reuires the reader s close attention and critical engagement throughout otherwise it can be easy to get bogged down and lost this book is the same kind of disorienting but it never came together for me even though i kept going back and rereading chunks of it trying to find where i d lost the threadi suspect a lot of my confusion would have been avoided by reading Redemption in Indigo first ten years is a long time to wait before writing a follow up and this lists as a standalone novel but several of the characters were introduced in RII and this book takes for granted that you are either already familiar with or can effortlessly wrap your head around its fantasy bits and i am simply not that readeri don t think the word standalone should ever be applied to a book set in a fantasy realm because while the story itself may be a standalone the specifics of the world are crucial for comprehension and enjoyment cuz it would be fine if this book was about jimmy the baker and the first book was all about his bakery and all the fine loaves he baked therein and if the readerly WE were only reading the second book featuring jimmy the baker and he made mention of the previous loaves in his life we would be able to interpolate our own bread related memories or experiences into the story and we would probably be a ok but this this is about undyingimmortal creatures and angels and a goddess and mindpaths and essences and amulets and I DON T KNOW HOW THIS WORKS but then neither do the charactersThe Trickster closed his eyes pondering I can t explain it I barely understand the theory of how amulets work I know a lot depends on human choice I also know that there are some events both those in the past and those yet to come by human reckoning that are already completed and others that are waiting for a choice to be made Change or thwart those choices and you change the world past and future There is no way I am going to understand that is there She wagged her head in tired defeat same i enjoyed the parts i did understand which was of the book than this review is implying and she does good word workThe murmur and chatter had the disconcerting normality of a cocktail party hum and the vague background surged and shifted with the turgid ennui of a crowd of people assembled to elegantly waste time o that assonancebut yeah i struggled with the conceptual foundation and i hear you scolding me karen you have owned Redemption in Indigo for years it s your own damn fault you didn t read it we all agree i am a dummy you are probably better at fantasy than i am and this book will not trip you up the way it tripped me up OR to avoid being me all bewildered and mewling there are three weeks before this book comes out and Redemption in Indigo is 200 pages you can do itIS this a standalone because it doesn t FEEL like a standalone i am about 60 pages in and i am LOSTcome to my blog Bondi Beach Boys Boys of Summer #1 fantasy novel by an award winning author the dark truth behind a string of unusual murders leads to an otherworldly exploration of spirits myth and memory steeped in Caribbean storytellingDr Miranda Ecouvo Le Cabinet des Antiues forensic therapist of the City just helped put a serial killer behind bars But she soon discovers that her investigation into seven unusual m. 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READ ê Unraveling SUMMARY ´ YEEZY950.US ✓ Karen Lord Karen Lord ✓ 1 READ Urders is not yet complete A near death experience throws her out of time and into a realm of labyrinths and spirits There she encounters brothers Chance and the Trickster who have an otherworldly interest in the seemingly mundane crimes from her filesIt appears the true mastermind behind the murders is still on the loose chasing a myth to achieve immortality Toge. Apparently this book isn t really a standalone it s a sort of continuation of one of the author s other stories and it really showed I don t hate stories that don t reveal a lot but this book took that to another level It was so needlessly confusing that I had no idea what was happening for most of the story The reader is just dropped into this world with no explanation of what s happening and it never becomes clearer I never connected with any of the characters because of that either This was just a bad reading experience and not one that I d recommend Chancey of the Maury River from her Flora of Maine A Manual for Identification of Native and Naturalized Plants of Maine Vascular filesIt appears the true mastermind behind the murders is still on the loose chasing a myth to achieve immortality Toge. Apparently this book isn t really a standalone it s a sort of continuation of one of the author s other stories and it really showed I don t hate stories that don t reveal a lot but this book took that to another level It was so needlessly confusing that I had no idea what was happening Resist Not Evil for most of the story The reader is just dropped into this world with no explanation of what s happening and it never becomes clearer I never connected with any of the characters because of that either This was just a bad reading experience and not one that I d recommend

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READ ê Unraveling SUMMARY ´ YEEZY950.US ✓ Karen Lord Karen Lord ✓ 1 READ Ther Miranda Chance and the Trickster must travel through conjured mazes following threads of memory to locate the shadowy killer As they journey deeper they discover even uestions that will take pain and patience to answer What is the price of power Where is the path to redemption And how can they stop the man or monster who would kill the innocent to live foreve. I m with the other reviewers on this one it s a fantastic concept and there are marvelous threads in the story but unraveling them no pun intended proved to be a LOT of work There are some highly intriguing and original ideas here and the characters held great potential but everything seemed weighted down by a vaguely obtuse sense that I wasn t uite getting what the author was trying to tell me The read was surprisingly uneven as a result I d be clicking along and thoroughly enjoying the journey for handfuls of pages then suddenly find myself pulling back shaking my head and rereading the last few paragraphs to figure out what happened where I got lost and why things stopped making sense Thanks to Penguin First to Read for my review copy Grenadier Volume 7 Grenadier following threads of memory to locate the shadowy killer As they journey deeper they discover even uestions that will take pain and patience to answer What is the price of power Where is the path to redemption And how can they stop the man or monster who would kill the innocent to live Alice in Wonderland foreve. I m with the other reviewers on this one it s a The Great Game The Struggle for Empire in Central Asia fantastic concept and there are marvelous threads in the story but unraveling them no pun intended proved to be a LOT of work There are some highly intriguing and original ideas here and the characters held great potential but everything seemed weighted down by a vaguely obtuse sense that I wasn t uite getting what the author was trying to tell me The read was surprisingly uneven as a result I d be clicking along and thoroughly enjoying the journey Claudette Colvin Twice Toward Justice for handfuls of pages then suddenly Thrill Me Do Not Disturb find myself pulling back shaking my head and rereading the last Vildanden few paragraphs to The Russo Japanese War 1904 1905 figure out what happened where I got lost and why things stopped making sense Thanks to Penguin First to Read Duffy for my review copy

  • Hardcover
  • 304
  • Unraveling
  • Karen Lord
  • English
  • 08 September 2020
  • 9780756415204