Sunday, November 19, 2006

Meyer, L.A. Curse of the blue tatto

Meyer, L.A. Curse of the blue tattoo [Bloody Jack #2]. Harcourt, 2004 [0-15-205459-6]
In book one Jacky pretended to be a boy on the HSM Dolphin and by the time she was found out she had fallen in love with Jaime. The crew took her off the ship and placed her in a fancy girls boarding school in Boston. In this book Jackie struggles with becoming a proper young lady and gets in her share of troubles. The local preacher fancies her and tries to adopt her after adopting another girl from the school who mysteriously died. Jacky befriends girls in both the "upstairs" and "downstairs" of the school. The ending of this 495 page book is thrilling and when you reach that point, you will not be able to put the book down. It is a complete book but does lead into the third book in the adventures of Jacky. It is an exciting adventure for your better readers.


Blogger Ruth said...

I love all the Bloody Jack, roaring yarns. I have read them all and pre-ordered the new one. They just have everything it takes for a great story.

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