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Traitor's Chase (The Last Musketeer, #2)

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Greg Rich is beginning to get the hang of things in 1615 Paris. Having assumed the identity of a young D'Artagnan, Greg united the legendary three Musketeers and succeeded in freeing his parents from a dank prison cell. But he hasn't figured out how to get home. Or how to defeat the dangerous Michel Dinicoeur.

When Dinicoeur escapes from the Bastille and flees to Spain, the
Hardcover, 256 pages
Published June 26th 2012 by Harpercollins Childrens Books
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Mark Baker
Greg Rich and his parents are still stuck in 17th century France, and Spanish assassins have just targeted Greg and his friends, the Musketeers. This leads them to think that their old nemesis is plotting to overthrow the French government, so they take off to learn what kind of army is on the way. However, dissention in the group is making the trip hard. Can they keep it together to save the day? This is a fun mix of fantasy and historical fiction for kids. And adults. I certainly enjoyed it. I ...more
Kat Heckenbach
Enjoyed this about as much as the first one in the series. Fun middle grade adventure story. Some things in the plot are a little too coincidental, but it's the kind of story that really ought to feel that way :). Definitely one I'd recommend for tween boys as it's fast-paced and has lots of action like sword fights and chases. Looking forward to reading the next one.

I think this book was very well written because it kept the reader interested throughout the story. The plot was changing during the entire book, which made it fun to read. In the book, the Rich family has to deal with living in ancient France, and the main character, Greg, is part of the three musketeers. He has to fight and think about his life situation. The plot changes so many times during the book that it makes you feel the need to keep reading. I would recommend it to anybody who likes ac ...more
Exciting! Lots of swashbuckling, twists and turns and actual historical information. Students will love the action and the characters who sometimes forget "One for all and all for one!" Looking forward to the next one.
This book was a jolly jaunt from start to finish. It had action, adventure, intrigue, romance, deceit, and betrayal -- what more could you want for your middle grade readers?
Karen Arendt
Exciting continuation of the series. The musketeers follow Michel/Richlieu to Spain to discover his traitorous plans Greg doesn't trust Milady de Winter and that cause mistrust with the other musketeers. Plenty of detail about the less than sanitary conditions during the 1600s as well as some good battle scenes. Looking forward to the third book.
This second book is as good as the first. Greg is part of the musketeers and he is still trying to defeat Michel D.
They travel to southern France to Arles, which sounds like a very interesting city. The book ends with the musketeers and France in peril, so there will be another book.
Tony Keefer
Enjoyable second installment to Stuart Gibbs's series that reworks the 3 Musketeers. Didn't really like that it ended on a cliffhanger, epecially since it will be a while before the next book is published.
Hmm. Enjoying it but I wonder if kids (who aren't as familiar with the story of the Three Musketeers?) would.

Book one hasn't flown off the shelves at school. Must talk it up more and we'll see.
Suzanne Patmore
Liked thie advanced copy just as much as the first. A real page turner!
Reminded me of my visit to Arles...
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