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Deceptions

Deceptions Olympias has long reigned as the Enforcer of Washington DC but now her devoted human servant is questioning her command With no allies Olympias must stand alone against those bent on her destructio

  • Title: Deceptions
  • Author: Susan Sizemore
  • ISBN: 9780441009848
  • Page: 350
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Olympias has long reigned as the Enforcer of Washington, DC, but now her devoted human servant is questioning her command With no allies, Olympias must stand alone against those bent on her destruction no matter the personal cost.

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    1. So disappointing, after reading book 3 I'd hoped that the author had wised up and that book 4 would be decent. No such luck, back to the bullshit multiple points of view and crap writing.Since I don't normally write reviews unless I have something specific to say, here's the break down of how I rate my books1 star This book was bad, so bad I may have given up and skipped to the end. I will avoid this author like the plague in the future.2 stars This book was not very good, and I won't be reading [...]

    2. This is my favorite book in this series. Olympia is the Enforcer of the City of Washington, DC. Yes, that Olympia. The wife of Phillip II. The mother of Alexander the Great. Most of the time I'd hate this kind of thing, but in this series having famous figures from history works. In this book events in the lives of those historical figures impact current times.As in most of the books in the series there are two couples, and sometimes more, being followed. And people from the earlier books show u [...]

    3. The first one-third of the book had me confused. There were too many character names and story scenes (plot threads) to keep straight. I felt as if I was flipping the channel on the TV remote every thirty seconds as I tried to keep track of the plots. Just when I'd get a sense of what was going on with one thread, Sizemore would choppily flip the scene to another thread.By the time I got through two-thirds of the book, it finally meshed together. But sheeze woman get yourself a better editor!! t [...]

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