Jason Spong Spong từ Binwal Tewari, Uttarakhand 263642, Ấn Độ
A despised maid turns out to be the daughter of the baron of Cant and the successor of the land. Haven't we heared such story? Once? Twice? Hundreds of times? Why do the authors think children books shouldn't be original? One idea that I liked about the book is the fact that there can be a closed, middle-aged place of whom no one knows about, hidden among the development and modern technology of today. Sounds magical.
I listened to this book and really feel the person reading it made the book for me. The main character, 12 year-old Flavia de Leuce is Britain's version of Heloise. Very spunky and cute. I enjoyed the book and I would read another of the books in this series (if available).
Poor. I was quite disappointed. The chapter on Appalachia was shoddily researched at best, and at worst incorrect. Knowing this casts doubts on his other arguments. He is quite a good writer, but the gaps in logic are a bit too hard to get over.
another good read by James Patterson - fast and not complicated -