Knights of the Sea: A Grim Tale of Murder, Politics, and Spoon Addiction

Knights of the Sea A Grim Tale of Murder Politics and Spoon Addiction It s Queen Victoria s Golden Jubilee and all the Empire is preparing to celebrate But between suffragists assassins submariners Scots impersonators by elections and aunts having a quiet holiday

  • Title: Knights of the Sea: A Grim Tale of Murder, Politics, and Spoon Addiction
  • Author: Paul Marlowe
  • ISBN: 9780973950595
  • Page: 241
  • Format: Paperback
  • It s Queen Victoria s Golden Jubilee, and all the Empire is preparing to celebrate But between suffragists, assassins, submariners, Scots impersonators, by elections, and aunts, having a quiet holiday is proving to be a tricky matter for Elliott Graven and Paisley DeLoup And with Alexander Graham Bell hosting a meeting that threatens to plunge the world into war not toIt s Queen Victoria s Golden Jubilee, and all the Empire is preparing to celebrate But between suffragists, assassins, submariners, Scots impersonators, by elections, and aunts, having a quiet holiday is proving to be a tricky matter for Elliott Graven and Paisley DeLoup And with Alexander Graham Bell hosting a meeting that threatens to plunge the world into war not to mention making romance dashed difficult , it s all Elliott and Paisley can do to keep their heads above water Especially after their ship sinks.Latest review Fun reading that will delight fans of Phillip Pullman Lois McNicol, TriState Reviews Oct 28, 2011 tristatereviews 2

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    1. I was first drawn to Knights of the Sea by the hilarious cover art. Now, having read the book, I can say two things: First, the art is accurate! Every element of the cover design — wolf, capsized boat, ghostly damsel, and lemon — is present in the plot. Second, the book is just as funny as the cover, and in a very good way.In the previous THE WELLBORN CONSPIRACY book, Sporeville, Elliott Graven made a powerful enemy in the dastardly Professor Strange. As Knights of the Sea begins, he survive [...]

    2. A howling good time! The two protagonists navigate bombs on trains, tourists who are incompetent with rifles, lycanthropy-inducing shots of liquor, mad scientists, a war-crazed benevolent society,and a fisticuff-ridden by-election. It's more a young adult read than I would usually undertake, but I found it a good romp through late 19th Century Nova Scotia and her adjacent waters.

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