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Reader reviewed by EshInoBi

The Crimson Thread was... slightly amazing! Confusing,
eh? Well, it was boring for the first three chapters or so. Perhaps it
was the 1800's that bored me, but I wasn't that interested at first,
until the actual plot started to roll and I met up with Bridget
(Bertie), Ray Stalls (the story's Rumpelstiltskin), and other amazing
characters that sparked the book to life. When I always hear the tale
of Rumpelstiltskin, I always wondered also how he would be so willing
to help the girl to weave gold. But Suzanne Weyn twisted the story, and
this one seems more realistic and believable. It was amazing. The
ending was also very intriguing, as there's a funny way why people
named the original tale 'Rumpelstiltskin'. Amazing.

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