|Reviews for The Puppeteer's Wife|
| Kara Wright chapter 1 . 11/4/2009
Enchanting and unique. For once a Tudor/Elizabethan novel that is not focused on romance and poetry. I love the personification of the puppet as the feminine struggle on the string. I wanted more!
| F. Duplaire chapter 1 . 7/23/2009
I thought the premise was so unique and so interesting, very well done! I think this is the first story about a puppeteer I've ever read that doesn't involve evil puppets coming to life or something along those lines (which was very refreshing!). Catherine was a relatable narrator, within the first few sentences I began to feel for her. I thought the ending was perfect, revenge but a bit of a mystery as to what she does next. I really enjoyed reading this!