The 'Pprentices, the Puppets, and the Pirates

The Pprentices the Puppets and the Pirates Oliver Twist takes up the tale of the company s adventures after the Battle of the Bronze Cascade Can he trust Spring heeled Jack when so many strange things happen each time he comes around Costume b

  • Title: The 'Pprentices, the Puppets, and the Pirates
  • Author: Sophronia Belle Lyon
  • ISBN: 9781301446285
  • Page: 363
  • Format: ebook
  • Oliver Twist takes up the tale of the company s adventures after the Battle of the Bronze Cascade Can he trust Spring heeled Jack when so many strange things happen each time he comes around Costume balls conceal than the faces of the wealthy and powerful Trevor Newsome disappears just days before the election but they can t search for him from the London Lockup.Oliver Twist takes up the tale of the company s adventures after the Battle of the Bronze Cascade Can he trust Spring heeled Jack when so many strange things happen each time he comes around Costume balls conceal than the faces of the wealthy and powerful Trevor Newsome disappears just days before the election but they can t search for him from the London Lockup When the trip to Switzerland finally becomes a reality, it s for a funeral, not for a wedding They begin to learn about quests for power and immortality In Switzerland they see different kinds of worship of very different kinds of men with terrifying and tragic consequences And when Long John Silver arrives, Oliver has to do some fast thinking to protect than just his own life from the pirate who says he only cares about rescuing his daughter.

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    1. There is so much to say about this story. First of all, it's still not finished, so I hope Sophronia has been writing! Seriously though, it's not a cliffhanger; it has its own ending and closure of sorts. This book, like the first one in the series, is so fully of beautiful descriptive words that paint a lovely picture in the reader's mind. As I said in my review of the first book, it really doesn't matter if you've never read the classics this story draws from. Sophronia has a way of filling in [...]

    2. Steampunk is an iffy genre for me, but thanks to the plot twist at the end of the first book in this series, I had The Pinocchio Factor on my To Read shelf since this summer.Plot – Grade A-This book actually backs up a little to the end of Book One, now retold from Oliver Twist’s POV. I didn’t mind that piece but then the next two chapters had so much rehashing of past events that I confess I did skim to get to something truly new. At first the plot held together well, unraveling some myst [...]

    3. There's good books and then there's great books, and I've had the pleasure of reading one of the great ones recently. For a Christian who loves Steampunk and the Classics, The 'Pprentices, the Puppets, and the Pirates (Alexander Legacy, #2) by Sophronia Belle Lyon kept me going from beginning to end and then I wanted some more!We get all the Christian truth, love, and family goodness mixed in with all the fantastic steampunkery one could imagine. I love how Oliver Twist is the geeky cool invento [...]

    4. Behold, the sequel to the first book I ever reviewed! (Not on my blog But first ever!) I met "Sophronia" (a pen name) in a writer's group on Facebook, and she introduced me to her series, The Alexander Legacy, and the rousing Victorian steampunk adventures to be had!Just this spring, I finally had the opportunity to purchase and download the sequel to the novel I enjoyed so much.As is bound to happen with any series, the second book, while fair enough in its own right, doesn't quite match the fe [...]

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