Factotum (The Foundling's Tale, #3)
Publish date: October 1st 2010
Publisher: Omnibus/ Scholastic Australia
Pages no: 702
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, Epic Fantasy
, Young Adult Fantasy
Series: Monster Blood Tattoo (#3)
It's a world something like ours but not and the author is determined to fill it with words, some old some new but overall I came away feeling like the author was trying to hard and having too much fun with words, and the words were driving out the plot. Rossamund Bookchild is now Europe's Factotum...
It's a world something like ours but not and the author is determined to fill it with words, some old some new but overall I came away feeling like the author was trying to hard and having too much fun with words, and the words were driving out the plot.Rossamund Bookchild is now Europe's Factotum a...
I really fully enjoyed the entire Foundling's Tale trilogy immensely. Kicking off with Monster Blood Tattoo and Lamplighter which were all four star books the series ends with a book better than the other two in my opinion. The positive aspects of the earlier books were still present and were in my ...
I loved this book. It was so rich and intricate, a whole new world. I adore Rossamund. I just wanted to hug him the whole book. I loved his relationship with Europe, how she called him "little man", and was tough on him at times, but you could tell how much she loved him. I loved the deft manner in...
Third book in the Foundling’s Tale/Monster Blood Tattoo trilogy. I’m constantly amazed at the breadth of vision in these books. I felt like I could reach out and touch the Half-Continent. I found myself thinking a lot about influences with this one. In some ways it felt very European–the whole baroq...
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