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Curse of the Blue Tattoo by L.A. Meyer
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Jul 07, 2009

it was amazing
bookshelves: teen-historical-fiction
Read in July, 2009

I listened to this on audiobook, once again narrated by the amazing Katherine Kellgren. I think this won an audio book award? Anyway, my only complaint with the series thus far is that it's a bit unrealistic that Jacky could be so amazing at everything she tries her hand at (singing, playing instruments, horseback riding, etc.) But she's such a great character that I'm not going to nitpick at this point... These books really remind me of Fielding's Pamela for some reason. They are so good at invoking history and place. Love 'em and can't wait to read the next one. Not as much violent content as the last one, I would feel much better about recommending this one to a tween.
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