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Overall, however, I think that The Diviners is a moderately well-written, kind of "filler" read (in that I would only read it when I had nothing else to), with in-depth research and a plot which I do have to give the author credit for.Read Full Review of The Diviners | See more reviews from Guardian
As Evie's life changes, other secrets unravel in the city of new beginnings. I love this book because of its ability to hook you in with a few words. It's thrilling, terrifying and won't let you escape its pages.Read Full Review of The Diviners | See more reviews from Guardian
With one kick-ass setting, a cast of brilliant characters, a host of amazing supernatural powers and one creepy-as-hell killer on the loose, The Diviners was one incredible book.Read Full Review of The Diviners | See more reviews from Guardian
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At page 96, I don't think I want to continue reading 600 pages of jargon from the 1920's.
I'm starting to suspect that Libba Bray wrote so much just to show off her knowledge of the era. I've rea...