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Advantages: Totally engrossing
Disadvantages: Similarity in structure to Labyrinth

After finding myself engrossed in Kate Mosse's epic take on the Holy Grail legend, Labyrinth, I was intrigued to find that she had subsequently published two further books in a loosely-linked "trilogy" of stories based in historical France. I was therefor ...

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Good, but not brilliant

Advantages: Gripping, got into the characters
Disadvantages: Ending was too abrupt

I absolutely loved Kate Mosse's book Labyrinth and so was really excited about this new book, Sepulchre, coming out. I went out to buy it on the first weekend of release. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Kate Mosse lives between England and France. She is the co ...

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Sepulchre - Not pooltime reading

Advantages: Interesting, easily reading, not bogged down
Disadvantages: None

Sepulchre is a tale of two time periods. The story begins in September 1891 and follows the life of Léonie Vernier and her family. When we first meet her, she is attending the funeral of her brother’s (Anatole) partner, but Léonie’s attendance at the fu ...

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A very thorough and enjoyable historic read

Advantages: Lots of detail and things to keep the readers guessing
Disadvantages: Some may be put off by detail and 'then and now' story style

Sepulchre is the second book in the Languedoc trilogy by Kate Mosse. As with the previous book, Labyrinth, it is written in two different time frames – the past and the present day. It effectively tells two stories, but these stories go together and the p ...

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The mystery of the tarot cards....

Advantages: Great plot style and characters
Disadvantages: Too many descriptive passages

Following from the success of her novel Labyrinth, Kate Mosse tried to take some of its successful formula and translate it into ta new and intriguing story. However, much like Dan Brown's formula, you sort of know what you're going to get before the end ...

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