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[KINDLE] ❅ Bloody Jack (Bloody Jack, #1) ❦ L.A. Meyer – Reptileclassifieds.us

Bloody Jack (Bloody Jack, #1) Being An Account Of The Curious Adventures Of Mary Jacky Faber, Ship S BoyLife As A Ship S Boy Aboard HMS Dolphin Is A Dream Come True For Jacky Faber Gone Are The Days Of Scavenging For Food And Fighting For Survival On The Streets Of Eighteenth Century London Instead, Jacky Is Becoming A Skilled And Respected Sailor As The Crew Pursues Pirates On The High Seas.There S Only One Problem Jacky Is A Girl And She Will Have To Use Every Bit Of Her Spirit, Wit, And Courage To Keep The Crew From Discovering Her Secret This Could Be The Adventure Of Her Life If Only She Doesn T Get Caught

[KINDLE] ❅ Bloody Jack (Bloody Jack, #1)  ❦ L.A. Meyer – Reptileclassifieds.us
  • Paperback
  • 304 pages
  • Bloody Jack (Bloody Jack, #1)
  • L.A. Meyer
  • English
  • 23 February 2018
  • 015205085X

    10 thoughts on “[KINDLE] ❅ Bloody Jack (Bloody Jack, #1) ❦ L.A. Meyer – Reptileclassifieds.us


  1. says:

    The audio version of this book does exactly what an audio version should do it not only gives voice to a darn good story, but it carries the reader listener into the heart of the story The audio version helps interpret the dialect that the story is written in, which also helps give Jacky her character in a palpable way This book is made for audio it has action, adventure, and emotion, all of which are vividly portrayed by the narrator I forget her name right now, but I ll look it up All The audio version of this book does exactly what an audio version shou...


  2. says:

    I loved this book REminds me of the True COnfessions of Charolotte Doyle, btu for an older reader From School Library Journal Grade 6 8 With the plague running rampant in London in 1797, Mary s parents and sister are soon counted among the dead Left alone and penniless, the eight year old is taken in by a gang of orphans and learns survival skills However, when their leader is killed, Mary decides to try her luck elsewhere She strips the dead body, cuts her hair, renames herself Jack Fabe I loved this book REminds me of the True COnfessions of Charolotte Doyle, btu for an older reader From School Library Journal Grade 6 8 With the plague running rampant in London in 1797, Mary s parents and sister are soon counted among the dead Left alone and penniless, the eight year old is taken in by a gang of orphans and learns survival skills However, when their leader is killed, Mary decides to try her luck elsewhere She strips the dead body, cuts her hair, renames herself Jack Faber, and is soon employed as a ship s boy on the HMS Dolphin When the vessel sees its first skirmish wi...


  3. says:

    This book is about as much fun as Harry Pottera coming of age story for a child with the odds stacked against her And yes, BONUS, the heroine is a girl I found it to be an engaging read with a novel setting and story line for me I m so happy I picked up on the series


  4. says:

    An extraordinary tale about a young girl who has everything and everyone taken from her and still unbelievably rises out of the ashes like a Phoenix to survive in a time of death and hopelessness A great, captivating story with a completely original cast of characters that show great bravery and wildly cunning wit throughout Mary Jack Jackie is a wonderfully imaginative and resourceful individual who I found to be extremely entertaining and couldn t wait to see what crazy thing she would do ne An extraordinary tale about a young girl who has everything and everyone taken from her ...


  5. says:

    I love, love, LOVE all of the Bloody Jack books She does edge a little into Mary Sue territory at times, but not in typical ways for a female character She s kind of like an adolescent female version of Jack Ryan Patriot Games, etc.


  6. says:

    Excellent story I tend to like those gender bending characters in general, but Jacky was especially well done So many female action heroes tend to be modeled as boys in skirts ass kicking, bloodthirsty heroines out to prove they re not just some weakling girl Jacky is a girl She proves herself worthy in combat, but doesn t relish it She plays a boy because it will secure her food and freedom She challenges gender assumptions when her boyfriend wants to mold her into something she isn t Excellent story I tend to like those gender bending characters in general, but Jacky was especially well done So many female action heroes tend to be modeled as boys in skirts ass kicking, bloodthirsty heroines out to prove they re not just some weakling girl Jacky is a girl She proves herself worthy in combat, but doesn t relish it She plays a boy because it will secure her food and freedom She challenges gender assumptions when her boyfriend wants to mold her into something she isn t Her little commentary on the lack of protection a dress affords is pretty cool She is bold and smart and thoughtful and resourceful She gets a bit weepy, but it seems justified and in character for...


  7. says:

    Excellent story I love the style of writingI feel like I m right with them on the ship Can t wait to read the others


  8. says:

    I love this book and just can t get enough of it jacky s fabulous and absolutely crazy Its just what I need, a good does of adventure following a streetsmart heroine who doesn t have a chip on her shoulder or an abusive family I think that the best part is that Jacky adapts to every situations and learns like a sponge She s bloody talented and completely wild.There is a smidgit of romance or love interest, which also manages to keep me hooked for the next book and the book after that and so I love this book and just can t get enough of it jacky s fabulous and absolutely crazy Its just what I need, a good does of adventure...


  9. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Fun book about a girl from the London slums who boards a British Navy boat as a boy In my library it s a Young Adult book, but it s a good quick read, plenty of happenings and adventure It s told first person, so it takes a little bit to get used to the grammar A kid from the gutter s not going to speak the Queen s English, after all.After surviving on the streets of London, Mary s friend and protector is killed She takes his clothes and his shiv and heads off to find somethingfor hers Fun book about a girl from the London slums who boards a British Navy boat as a boy In my library it s a Young Adult book, but it s a good quick read, plenty of happenings and adventure It s told first person, so it takes a little bit to get used to the grammar A kid from the gutter s not going to speak the Queen s English, after all.After surviving on the streets of London, Mary s friend and protector is killed She takes his clothes and his shiv and heads off to find somethingfor herself She can read and write her parents had some means, before the rest of her family died from some illness and is pretty scrappy She s always dreamed of going to sea, so she boards a ship, no long Little Mary, but Jacky...


  10. says:

    If you ve ever wanted girl adventure stories, Jacky is your girl What s , Meyer manages to handle the tired old saw of girl dressed as boy and make it believable, describing her adventures with clarity, vividness, humor, and sympathy Even the subjects one would consider somewhat dicey are well handled, probably because Jacky s voice is so very assured, we always believe in her, don t see the author wincing or smirking or pushing the puppets about Jacky is born to a nice family but they di If you ve ever wanted girl adventure stories, Jacky is your girl What s , Meyer manages to handle the tired old saw of girl dressed as boy and make it believable, describing her adventures with clarity, vividness, humor, and sympathy Even the subjects one would consider somewhat dicey are well handled, probably because Jacky s voice is so very assured, we always believe in her, don t see the author wincing or smirking or pushing the puppets about Jacky is born to a nice famil...

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