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Reviews by harikamboji

Guilt of the Brass Thieves

by Mildred A. Wirt

I got suckered into reading this by the other reviews and its featured status on this website. This is not a good book. There are no plot twists or interesting turns at all. This takes place in a world where you can immediately assess someone's guilt by how they look. Thus when you meet a character who looks shady and untrustworthy, sure enough it turns out to be a brass thief. A waste of time.

Disclaimer: I am a grown-up. But I don't think kids would like it either. In fact, I read the first chapter to my 9 year old son (before I knew it was bad) and he didn't want to hear the rest. I should have listened to him. I was waiting for the plot twist that never happened.

Reviewed on 2011.06.26

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