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Just so bad. Add in a Chinese prostitute named Toy Gun and I was done. I finished it just to see how bad it would get.

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Nov 27, Steve rated it really liked it Shelves: read-on-kindle , first-read , read-in , historical. This is a fun book, not terribly significant but entertaining nonetheless. Reuben and Gus are entertaining characters, and the plot is compelling.

A solid B. May 20, Amy rated it liked it. Nov 21, Kristina Pasko rated it really liked it. One of the most cleverly-constructed romances I've read. Great characters and lots of charm.

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Feb 17, Minerva Spencer rated it it was amazing. If you haven't read Gaffney yet, you're in for a treat. This was a blast! May 07, Maya Wildgoose rated it liked it.

Charming, and great setting. Apr 27, J Jares rated it really liked it Shelves: read-in , historical-romance. The book opens with our two swindlers on the same stagecoach in the s. Grace Russell is dressed as a Catholic nun and Reuben Jones is the blind Spaniard sitting across from her. Sharing the horse of the one robber who was captured, they head off into the distance -- arguing.

The one thing they snag while the robbery is taking place is a small Chinese figurine that is part of a set of funereal art.

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This little sculpture is the key to the rest of the adventures in this story. I just had to have a copy of this book; other historical romance readers mentioned it often on various sites. I spent time skimming to the next adventure. My problem with this novel was that I watched the action without becoming emotionally involved. Jul 01, Caroline E rated it liked it. I have a particular soft spot for Pat Gaffney. That being said, I'm not sure I enjoyed this somewhat lighter, sillier book quite as much as I like her more serious efforts.

There were certainly strengths-- there's much to be said about her characters, the humour in her dialogue and the entire premise of I have a particular soft spot for Pat Gaffney. There were certainly strengths-- there's much to be said about her characters, the humour in her dialogue and the entire premise of a con woman posed as a nun packing a gun under her habit-- but it didn't have the same kind of emotional impact for me as some of her other titles.

I thought the Reuben and Grace were a great couple, but the manner in which they were brought together was a little far fetched given the already existing attraction the Spanish Horsefly seemed like a bit of a cop out and the plot got a little too wild at points for my taste. I also felt that for a smart character Grace suffered from just a touch of TSTLery, but not so much that I ever wanted to stop reading.

I enjoyed it overall, and Gaffney is a great example of a writer who will withstand the test of time. Recommended for readers craving a lighter, action packed, upbeat read for the summer. Oct 16, Drucilla rated it really liked it Shelves: g. I'm giving this book four stars for two reasons. First off, it's not often you read a romance with two con-artists as the main characters. Second, I can't remember the last time I actually read a book where I actually believed the characters were falling in love. You usually only get a one-sided view or something akin to insta-love or, you know, actual insta-love.

The story is serviceable but the chemistry between the main characters is great. The ending is a little too unrealistic, view spo I'm giving this book four stars for two reasons. Their initial meet-cute is strange and hilarious in equal measure, infused with touches of biblical symbolism. And in leaving her old identity in Germany after she leaves, Hansel is reborn as Hedwig.

Only then is her identity made whole, and wholly hers, and she can stumble naked into the streets unafraid of anyone seeing her as she really is. The 5. This release has more than enough meaty extras to please even the most obsessive fan of the film. Mitchell and DeMarco clearly have a great rapport, and their discussion of the more technical aspects is balanced by a selection of amusing backstage and on-set stories. The feature-length documentary Whether You Like It or Not: The Story of Hedwig offers a more in-depth look at Mitchell at work behind the scenes and in the process of developing the character of Hedwig through early live performances at the Squeezebox music club, the later off-Broadway production, and finally for the film.

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That combination was once a rarity in American cinema outside of fare seen at small film societies and DIY screenings. An audio commentary with Robert Downey Sr. Downey also shares numerous anecdotes about his efforts to secure financing and distribution for this groundbreaking indie. A second audio commentary track finds critic Sergio Mims breaking down the film on more formal levels, explicating its thematic acidity and its shrewd parody of advertising.

Finally, Gerald Cotts explains in another interview how he came to work on the film, his first as a cinematographer, and his experiences on the shoot. Robert Downey Sr. Screenwriter: Robert Downey Sr. This painterly evocation of a classic literary source anticipates the sumptuous literary adaptations of Merchant-Ivory.

Franklin used a masculine-sounding first name in order to help the book get published.

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By the late s, things had changed for the better in Australia but perhaps not as much as most would have liked. My Beautiful Career would become the first film directed by an Australian woman in nearly 50 years. According to an interview with Armstrong on this Criterion Blu-ray, Jane Campion credits the film with inspiring her to pursue filmmaking. NSFA has cleaned off the dirt and dust of the original 35mm elements but preserved the grainy textures. The Criterion Collection has provided a relatively light array of special features for this release. The commentary track by Gillian Armstrong is informative and engaging, heavy on production notes and behind-the-scenes anecdotes.

Unfortunately, a new interview with Armstrong covers much of the same ground.

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Davis, who, despite her friendship with Armstrong, has been openly dismissive of the film and her performance in it, appears in the extras only in an archival interview recorded in for French television. Please continue to respect all commenters and create constructive debates. Want to bookmark your favourite articles and stories to read or reference later? Find your bookmarks in your Independent Premium section, under my profile. Subscribe Now Subscribe Now.

8 Books That Show What Life Was Really Like for Women in Victorian Times

Final Say. Long reads. Lib Dems.