Posted by: Jill Potts Jones | April 26, 2013

‘An Unholy Communion’ is long and tedious


an unholy communionDrawn to Donna Fletcher Crow’s “An Unholy Communion” because it promised an intriguing plot, I was disappointed with the seemingly forever walking journey that seemed to take as long to travel in the book as it would physically.

Felicity witnesses a murder the police label a suicide.  While she and her fiancé, Father Antony, lead a youth pilgrimage through rural Wales, they make some startling discoveries regarding the victim and those who wanted him dead.

I got lost in the book several times and mostly couldn’t wait to get finished.  This book was easily skimmed while retaining the general storyline.  The incessant detail and observations were more about the author than the characters in the story.  It was obvious the author did her homework and even travelled the same route she used in the book.  The beauty of the area captured her imagination but she didn’t translate it to the written page very well.

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Donna Fletcher Crow is celebrating the release of An Unholy Communion with a Kindle Fire Giveaway.

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One winner will receive:

  • A brand new Kindle Fire
  • Books 1-3 in The Monastery Murders series by Donna Fletcher Crow

Enter today by clicking one of the icons below. But hurry, the giveaway ends on May 12th. Winner will be announced on 5/14/13 {HERE}.

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Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from Litfuse Publicity Group, as part of their Book Review Blogger Program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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Responses

  1. Thank you for your very honest review! I reviewed the previous book in this series last year, and I felt, well, pretty much like you felt about this one! It’s hard to give a negative review, so I really appreciate bloggers who are honest about their feelings toward a particular book.


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