The Accidental Highwayman: Being the Tale of Kit Bristol, His Horse Midnight, a Mysterious Princess, and Sundry Magical Persons Besides
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Historical Fiction
, Middle Grade
, Young Adult Fantasy
, Fairy Tales
Disappointing read and another cover buy. The book wasn't very capturing and was more on the juvenile ya side than I had expected. Another faerie book letdown, maybe it's just not my kind of genre. I also thought the main characters Kit and Morgana had absolutely no chemistry and they may have been ...
Ben Tripp's The Accidental Highwayman took a little while to bring me in. I think part of it was the writing. The book is set in England in the early 1900s (I think) so the language and way people speak is understandable but different enough to what I'm used to that some of the more subtle quips and...
Being the Tale of Kit Bristol, His Horse Midnights, A Mysterious Princess, And Sundry Magical Persons Besides... Kit isn't the most suspecting type, even when his Master keeps away all night and strange tales about highwaymen are going around. He should probably have given this more thought, as ho...
The fact that this book is described as a book for fans of The Princess Bride, was a reason why I couldn’t pass it up! I loved The Princess Bride! But can we first talk about this title? It is crazy long! So for the duration of this review, let’s just call it The Accidental Highwayman, shall we?...
I detest writing reviews for in-between books. I don't hate them, nor even dislike them, so I can't properly rant about how much I disliked this and that. And I certainly harbor no love for them, so I can't even gush about what was so perfect to me. They simply exist and maybe I mostly enjoyed them ...
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