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Book Report: Scumble

Your Humble Blogger didn’t like Scumble as much as Savvy. It was all right, and it picked up quite nicely after dragging about a third of the way through. It lacked the specificity of the first book, the sense of place that was one of the best things about it. It also seemed more interested in the rules of savvy (who gets a savvy and why and when and how and all of that) than Your Humble Reader is.

On the other hand, having enjoyed Savvy, I was patient and had faith in the book, and it paid off. Which is a Good Thing, and means that I will start her next book, whatever it winds up being, with more patience and faith. So that’s all right.

Tolerabimus quod tolerare debemus,