By Chad Brady, Courier Daily Editor
is the first in what is sure to be a long string of animated children’s movies for 2009. But while most of these movies are computer animated and aim to copy the style of movies such as Shrek
and Kung Fu Panda
, Coraline is more dark and offbeat.
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Night Smoke by Nora Roberts
Hardcover: 323 pages
By Jessica Stewart
Publisher: Thorndike Press (February 2, 2006)
, Courier Editor-in-Chief
“She stood apart from the rest, staring straight ahead while the light wind teased her honey blond hair out of its fancy twist. Expensive shoes, Ry noted, of supple midnight leather, as out of place in this part of town as her velvet coat and fancy face.”
Unfortunately, Ry cannot see past Natalie’s obvious wealth, and it slowly eats away at their relationship. Night Smoke is an interesting novel with fascinating characters and an exciting plot. I couldn’t put it down. While this is one of Roberts’ older novels, I believe it is one of the best.
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