G ass casket
She spends her free time with her best friend Tom, swimming, playing, daring each other. Overall, though, the prose has a vibe of vagueness and fogginess that sort of requires you to suspend your disbelief, stop questioning every development and just take things at face value. Inside it was the girl, her black hair splayed out around her, her lips like rotting cherries set against a newly ashen complexion. It has pretty turns of phrase and is far from unpleasant, but it tells a little too much. See article from United States Investor , Vol. Eventually inventors experimented with making entire coffins of industrial glass and produced plenty of controversy in the process. Like her single parent, Rowan has learned how to read and write in many languages, has honed her mind to translate and discover the truths in old texts, and she dreams of leaving the village behind to study in the grand palace city.
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The Glass Casket
American industrialization changed that. The whole setting and storyline reminded me of the movie Red Riding Hood, where there's mysterious magic going on that's affecting the once quiet, innocent village. This book has so much going for it! What they found shocks them to say the least. From beginning to end, this book had me wrecking my brain for answers. This needs more exposure, like right now.
Failure to launch: The American glass casket industry | Behind the Glass
The main character was likable, unexpected things happened, and it was well written. The challenge seemed to be in cooling down the adult-sized mold-cast coffins at a speed that allowed the glass to become stable and resistant to cracking. It was a stunning book and very unexpected. Those five riders weren't the ONLY strangers to come to town. Her best friend seems to be only fascinated with the new arrival of her exotic cousin Fiona, and as death and murder seem to surround all else, Rowan fears for the life she use to have. Tom, Fiona, and Jude all add to the mystery and my heart went out to them as they each struggled with their own secrets.
As far as the pacing is concerned, The Glass Casket is not a very fast-paced book and I'm afraid some readers will find it too slow for their taste. Jan 10, Paige Illegal in 3 Countries rated it liked it Shelves: arc. I thought she was strong. There's something to be said about self-fulfilling prophecy in this book, as well knowing when to listen. How was it that he always seemed to know how she felt without her saying a word?