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I found this book extremely boring. I forced myself to read the whole thing because I'm a San Franciscan, but I didn't even feel it captured the city well. Read morePublished on Nov. 14 2003 by DandelionSF
I was very excited to start this book, due to the fact that I live in San Francisco and am always interested in my city's history. Read morePublished on Aug. 19 2003 by "herrera912"
I loved this book. It really draws you in in this wonderful and mystical mood that Fowler creates. I thought the development of the character throughout the book was enchanting... Read morePublished on June 26 2002 by RC
I just finished Sister Noon this morning, and do not know what quite to make of the plot. However, the writing style is superb. Right from the start I enjoyed Fowler's language. Read morePublished on May 23 2002 by Jamie Bourgeois
I so enjoyed this book! I've lived in California, and in New York City. I've often wondered about how "self possessed" the people are in those areas. Read morePublished on April 9 2002 by "yaya2"
You keep hoping you'll find a book that'll draw you in, enchant you, keep you enthralled until you finish the last word. This is that book. Read morePublished on Dec 15 2001 by Janine Smith
One of my most eagerly anticipated books this year was Karen Joy Fowler's new novel, _Sister Noon_. Fowler is one of my favorite writers. Read morePublished on Oct. 10 2001 by Richard R. Horton
Karen Joy Fowler's latest novel is truly a feast for the eyes. In her vivid, terse, yet lyrical, prose, she conjurs up a fantastic view of 19th Century San Francisco, as it evolves... Read morePublished on June 25 2001 by John Kwok
Hugo Award winning author Karen Joy Fowler ("Sarah Canary", 1991) blends fact and fantasy in her bewitching third novel, "Sister Noon. Read morePublished on May 21 2001 by Gail Cooke