The Green Woman: A Scottish Fantasy




While the basic story idea for this book is great, the mere mountain of words explaining every thought, sight and historical fact made it impossible to follow the actual plot.  The chapters jump from present day to past with little connection.  There are many inconsistencies, as well as long adjuncts into topics completely unrelated to the overall storyline.  There are so many threads being explored that keeping it all straight becomes overwhelming.  There is also an abundance of misspelled words and other basic proofing problems.  Overall, “The Green Woman” reads like a very rough first draft of a book that could be great after substantial content and copy editing. 



Lynne Bryant/Ruth Lynn Ritter