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Manda Scott, The Crystal Skull

“A fan's disappointment”

Written on: 04/07/2011 by LeenP1978 (4 reviews written)

I loved this writers Boudica books because there was something about her characters and the entire environment that gave the stories a warmth and made them seem real. 2012 Crystal Skull left me quite disappointed, there wasn't one character I particularly warmed to apart from Owen and I disliked the cool, emotionless Stella and even groaned a bit at the plot twist cliches towards the end. The setting of the story - the 2012 Mayan apocalypse - is quite exciting and the pot-holing descriptions… Read Full Review

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Manda Scott, The Crystal Skull

“The Crystal Skull ”

Written on: 17/02/2008 by Harriet Klausner (18660 reviews written)

The Crystal Skull
Manda Scott
Delacorte, Apr 2008, $25.00
ISBN: 9780385340106

Her new husband Cambridge Professor Kit O'Connor gives his wife expert speleologist Stella Cody the perfect marriage present. The professor provides her with the sixteenth century work of Cedric Owen who in his poetry says he hid an ancient powerful artifact in the Gaping Ghyll, England's deepest known pothole. The newlyweds spend their honeymoon digging in dirt inside the Yorkshire cave until Stella finds the… Read Full Review

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