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Good escapist reading. I enjoy Grafton's writing style.

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What a great book! It's such a great feeling when you are able to completely lose yourself in a world of another person's creation. It feels as if it's been such a long time since I read a book that I literally could not put down. I can't wait to read the rest of the series. More specifically, I'm curious to see how the issue of morality is addressed in the remaining books. I'm also eager to see whether the multiple Shakespearian references were coincidental or if they will later reflect their literary counterparts . Despite my immense love for this book, I must address the obvious - If we've ever had a conversation about literature, you probably know just how much I hate first person narratives. They challenge neither the author nor the reader and, in my opinion, are generally indicative of authorial laziness. However, I will say that unlike a certain author who also favors this type of narrative (*Cough* Stephanie Meyer *CoughCough*) Suzanne Collins manages to create characters that are full of life and paces her novel in such a way that it's almost impossible to stop reading once you've started.