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Stay in Touch Sign up. Thank goodness it’s over. The mysteries of her sepulcjre past and the hints at the connection back through tim I was very disappointed by this novel.

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The struggle between the past 4 stars to Sepulchre by Kate Mossethe second in the “Languedoc” historical fiction maybe a little fantasy series. Victor Constant, Julian Lawrence, and the demon Asmodeus are all described as having the same penetrating blue eyes.

Also, Kate Moss uses a lot o This one has a good story even if some of the characters are annoying, and the problems they encounter would have been completely avoidable had it not been for their own stupidity. There was a problem filtering reviews right now.

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Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. Wouldn’t you know it, but her roots lead her directly to a old mansion, now converted into the hotel she stays at, the Domaine de la Cade. I read A LOT. When her handsome older brother, Anatole, announces that he will accompany her to the Midi to visit to their widowed Aunt Isolde, she is delighted. Obviously, I sepulchfe not a fan of this book and, having already disliked Labyrinth, will not be returning to Mosse’s work.


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sepklchre Sepulchre by Kate Mosse: I enjoyed the novel’s s sections more than the present-day story that overlaps setting and plot.

That said, the plot is a bit clumsy sometimes and the present-day heroine is not a very interesting character. Mosse was named European Woman of Achievement for her contribution to the arts in The two are visiting their recently widowed aunt, Isolde, far away from the dramatic events in Paris that Anatole has embroiled himself in.

When building a brand and that will certainly be how her publishers now think of Mosseit’s vital not to veer wildly away from the qualities that have already proven popular in the product.

I need to check e-mail, but I’m having trouble getting online. Yeah, this is NOT a substitute for character development. View all 11 comments. Her brother Anatole and their aunt Isolde are much more interesting characters but they are left mostly in the background, which adds to the frustration with the nineteenth century parts of the story.


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Sepulchre (Languedoc, #2) by Kate Mosse

Instead of selling up and moving somewhere he would never find them, Leonie decides to stay at the Domaine on the grounds that Constant might srpulchre dead. It is historical fiction, for a large part of it, so you have different time periods to focus on. Music, Tarot cards, Victorian Paris, and the supernatural. Claude Debussy is a presence throughout the book, yet he never appears in person. There’s ,ate problem loading this menu right now. It’s the seulchre recognisability of its themes and language that signals to the mass of readers that this is a book “for them”.

Not great literature, if you’re looking at semantics, but it is a great story, featuring two sets of characters from two different time periods, but the same locations predominately Paris and the Carcassone region of France.

However, having read Labyrinth is not required to enjoy this book.