martes, 29 de octubre de 2013

The Song of the Maori (Review)

The Song of the Maori by Sarah Lark
Reviewed by Alex Canton-Dutari
This is the sequel that ends the story of the colonization of New Zealand. It started with In The Land of the Long White Cloud.
It was very difficult to follow the relationship between the characters of the first book and their descendants in this book.
As in the first book, the female characters continue to be strong, while the men are psychologically weak -- mysoginists, alcoholics and very weak gay characters.
I must admit that I appreciated the history lesson, but the plot was not attractive.

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