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The Case of the Peculiar Pink Fan by Nancy Springer
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Oct 15, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: middle-grade, whodunit, historical-fiction
Read 3 times. Last read October 30, 2010 to April 9, 2012.


The series continues strongly, with Enola solving mysteries, evading her brothers, and longing for her mother. The people around her are getting suspicious of who she really is, but all seem to be on her side.

I enjoyed this one a bit better than the last, largely because of the developing interactions and relationship between Enola and Sherlock. I also liked seeing the reappearance of Lady Cecily, though we don't see much of her.

Can't wait for the next adventure. :>



Still enjoyable but, again, my order of preference is changing. I preferred the previous one to this one this time.

I did quite like the interlude, as it were, with Sherlock and Enola in the ha-ha, and watching (view spoiler), but, overall, I'd give this one more a 3.5 on this go around.



Re-read #3

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