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The Master and the Maid

Master Maid Heavens Ponds ebook

Master Maid Heavens Ponds ebook

I picked up this book not knowing what to expect and read it all in one sitting. The story engages the reader from the first page on as we follow Katarina and Isabeau. Its a story filled with romance and action. The first half or so of the book focuses on the contrast between Katarina's relationship with Willi, who neglects her and sends her away to settle a debt, and Katarina's relationship with Herr Tucher, who she eventually grows to love. The first half also develops the story of the baby Isabeau and the growing threat to the child and sets an atmosphere of "Witch Trials" much like in "The Crucible" with Ralf accusing Katarina of resorting to black magic in order to "seduce" Herr Tucher. The book is filled with little philosophical nuggets about love, religion and hope. The writing style flows very well and in all, it's a great book.

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  • Oscar Spencer says:

    Ms. Libricz' use of vivid imagery transports the reader back to a simpler era, yet "The Master and the Maid" has all the drama and intrigue of a modern time. Her characters have depth and personality, and the main characters tell the story from their perspective. Excellent read!

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  • Jerry Keller says:

    I picked up this book not knowing what to expect and read it all in one sitting. The story engages the reader from the first page on as we follow Katarina and Isabeau. Its a story filled with romance and action. The first half or so of the book focuses on the contrast between Katarina's relationship with Willi, who neglects her and sends her away to settle a debt, and Katarina's relationship with Herr Tucher, who she eventually grows to love. The first half also develops the story of the baby Isabeau and the growing threat to the child and sets an atmosphere of "Witch Trials" much like in "The Crucible" with Ralf accusing Katarina of resorting to black magic in order to "seduce" Herr Tucher. The book is filled with little philosophical nuggets about love, religion and hope. The writing style flows very well and in all, it's a great book.

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