Amelia, the pragmatic idealist’s review of The Spook's Apprentice (The Last Apprentice / Wardstone Chronicles, #1) > Likes and Comments

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message 1: by Jess (new)

Jess I love these books. They're creepy...and I love it!

message 2: by Miss Ryoko (new)

Miss Ryoko I want to read these books now!

Amelia, the pragmatic idealist teresa--i think you'll like them a lot! the first book was just awesome, and the second one is...slightly less awesome (at this point) but still pretty darn good :P

message 4: by Miss Ryoko (new)

Miss Ryoko Sweet! I will definitely check them out in the future. I was looking for them at the library but the books have different titles so I'll have to do some research

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★ Great Review!
I have always planned on reading this, but now i will *definitely* get around to it sooner rather then later.

message 6: by [deleted user] (new)

Great review! loved it!

message 7: by Ben (new)

Ben Great are right about it being critical of priests but I think part of that is because these books seem to take place in the dark ages.

message 8: by Sarah (new)

Sarah Are these books enjoyable by the adult crowd or just young adults?

message 9: by [deleted user] (new)

I'm 27 yrs old and I enjoyed the heck out of them!

Amelia, the pragmatic idealist Sarah wrote: "Are these books enjoyable by the adult crowd or just young adults?"

I will say that in my opinion, the first books are *more* enjoyable than the rest of the series (kinda goes downhill).

message 11: by Jasmin Würtz (new)

Jasmin Würtz What a great review of the book! The thing that I find most interesting is that you shouldnt read it by night. And I will take your advice and word for it then! cannot wait to start this series!

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