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Marianne, the Matchbox and the Malachite Mouse By Sheri S. Tepper,

  • Title: Marianne, the Matchbox and the Malachite Mouse
  • Author: Sheri S. Tepper
  • ISBN: 9780441519644
  • Page: 163
  • Format: Paperback
  • This sequel to Marianne, the Madame, and the Momentary Gods finds Marianne honoring a most unusual deathbed request from her great aunt It seems a matchbox needs to be returned to its owner, the mysterious Cattermune But how will she find this elusive being
    Marianne the Matchbox and the Malachite Mouse This sequel to Marianne the Madame and the Momentary Gods finds Marianne honoring a most unusual deathbed request from her great aunt It seems a matchbox needs to be returned to its owner the myste

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    1. I can imagine the author being contracted to produce a third book about Marianne and fantastical lands, but having wrapped up her storyline in book two, being a bit stuckThis book, involving a boardgame being used to magically kidnap people, is by far the weakest of the three The rather blatant feminist message in the Buttercup section is probably the most interesting bit in it and I loathe message fiction Two stars is probably a generous rating, but it s not a bad book, just a mildly dull one.

    2. I m giving the final book of this trilogy 3 stars, but not based on its own merits But rather as an overall rating for the series itself In fact, I would suggest that this third volume is the weakest of the set The main fallacy lies in that after the second book, there is no recurring antagonist, so a new one Cattermune is simply invented out of thin air And a thin linkage is created to bring Marianne, Agrehond and Makr Avel into a position to thwart Cattermune s designs.The actual nature of the [...]

    3. In the sub genre of fantasy books in which the protagonist enters an alternate reality as a player in a boardgame, this is the most elaborate, fantastical, and richly described that I have come across.

    4. As might be intuited by their playful alliterative titles, Sheri S Tepper s trilogy of Marianne books Marianne, the Magus, and the Manticore, followed by Marianne, the Madame, and the Momentary Gods and Marianne, the Matchbox, and the Malachite Mouse are light hearted caprices Written early in her career, they re also the shortest of Tepper s output.Yet they re not slight in content Tepper s heroine becomes trapped in a series of alternate, fantasy universes, each with their own oddball and inex [...]

    5. More of another story in the same world as the first two, that the conclusion to a trilogy Pleasing but not quite in the same league as the first two The final paragraph made me chuckle A good note to end on.

    6. A perfect fantasy novel as are the previous two in the series read them first This deserves to be much widely read.

    7. I actually didn t enjoy this book as much as the previous two I lost interest, unfortunately, after she entered the other world.

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