The Devil and the Diva
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The Devil and the Diva by David Housewright
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And it's set in Minnesota my home state , so it has all the elements I love, and I thought I would really like this book. It's just okay. Would have liked some more character development not sure I really sympathized with Clarisse and thought certain story elements happened too fast.
Not sure if I'd recommend this book. Surprised Unexpected.. Less like the lead writer, more a fairy ta! Housewife is a favorite. Feb 08, Tyler rated it liked it. This book didn't grab me as much as the previous Housewright book.
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I had issues connecting to the main character, Clarisse, until the plot was well underway. The plot became relatable later on but I probably would've dropped it if I hadn't obligated myself to complete it.
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It followed the theme of Housewright's other book of over-exposing Minnesotan themes and locations although I didn't find it quite as invasive as The Curse of the Jade Lily. When it came to the mechanics of the plot, I couldn't stop thinking it was Phantom of the Opera meets V for Vendetta. Even after completing the book, I stick by that assessment as there would only need to be some changes to make it match fully.
May 20, Kathrine rated it did not like it. Loved his other books. SO much about this story is improbable and the writing is labored and not fun to read. Nov 19, Kay Childs rated it liked it.
Not his best book. Tess Collins rated it it was amazing Sep 01, Rhonda Gilliland rated it it was amazing Jun 21, Lynn Langenfeld rated it really liked it Jan 13, Roseanne rated it it was ok Apr 01, Theresa Weir rated it really liked it Feb 23, Anne rated it really liked it Jan 15, Mickie rated it really liked it Aug 23, Rating details.
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