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05 July 2012

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tanita

Oh, yeah -- before I even clicked over to see what the piece was about, I thought, "Yep, that hair, which was her mother's ENEMY." Yet, on the cover? It looks like you can get a brush through it without thinking about it.

Sometimes it's frustrating, and I think, "REALLY? Is it SO hard to properly depict hair color, weight, and details of ethnicity???"

Apparently so.

Leila

Due to the Larger Themes Of The Book (as I mentioned at Kirkus), this one REALLY ticked me off. I mean, COME. ON.

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