All member reviews for Etiquette & Espionage: Finishing School, Book 1

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Teen, 13 years old Written bythephantom1239 February 4, 2014
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11
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11 + :)

This book is really really good! Set in Victorian England, its vocabulary is wide - it would probably be handy for younger readers to have a dictionary nearby! The plot is great, a story about Sophronia Temminick, a unique heroine sent to a school for assassins. Gadgets, robots and the act of tucking your handkerchief in your corset, are all some of the things that make this book what it is - Simply Brilliant!!
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Teen, 13 years old Written byKat52 February 22, 2014
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My Opinion

I thought this book was brilliant. I certainly learned a lot of etiquette just from reading this spectacular book. I also has an educational aspect as it gives you a feel of what Vicrorian times were like. If only I atended a school like this. Although some of the story line may be confusing to anyone under the ge of 12.
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Kid, 11 years old August 15, 2014
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10
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This book was incredible!

This book was amazing! Full of suspense, great characters, and hilarious mishaps.
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