5 thoughts on “Sunderlies Seeking (Ghatten’s Gambit, #1)

  1. I liked it, but I was a little disappointed by it as well. The plot didn’t really go anywhere and the ending was a bit of a let down and left me confused on a few points. Still, I was very happy that Doyce and Jenret were still important characters and that it didn’t focus entirely on their kids, though I liked Diccon and Jenneth too.

  2. The first time I read this book I had to check to make sure Gayle Greeno actually wrote it. The writing wasn’t very good. The characters weren’t well develpoed and somehow ALL the character growth that occured in the first series was totally undone.

    I read the whole thing, disliked it, and promptly decided to forget this whole second series existed.

  3. In one of my previous reviews for Greeno’s ghatti books, I had mentioned how I had hoped she’d expand on her world and perhaps on some of her characters from the original trilogy. This wasn’t exactly what I had in mind, though…

    Greeno is a good writer. She’s among my favorites, if not my top favorite. I found it easy to keep going and turning the pages even in times when I felt a little frustrated. I did actually like this book. It’s not as good as the previous three, but it’s still a good read

  4. Very disappointed by the start of this trilogy.

    I read the first trilogy, and enjoyed it. I was hopeful starting this series, but by the first 100 pages, I had to really struggle to continue it. In fact, the only reason I did was because I was on vacation and had no other books with me to read.

    Nothing about this book makes you want to continue reading it, or the rest of the series. Very slow starting, and very repetitive and boring. What mostly attributed to this, was the fact that the author in

  5. I remember loving her first book, The Ghatti’s Tale, but this one I abandoned about 100 pages in. There were entirely too many people to keep track of, too much exposition, especially about the shared history with the first trilogy, too much info dumping in the guise of someone’s thoughts (I’m sorry but people just don’t think in essays).

    I got the feeling that the author thought the book was going to be about the twins becoming adult, but couldn’t help herself and made the book really about thei

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