The Dead in Their Vaulted Arches
Publish date: January 20th 2014
Publisher: Books on Tape
Edition language: English
Series: Flavia de Luce (#6)
Series: Flavia de Luce #6 This one was a bit weird and seems to be taking the series in a new direction. I'm not entirely sure if I like the direction, but I still enjoy listening to the books.
So, it seems that the body of Flavia de Luce's mother, Harriet, has been found in a glacier in the Himalayas and is to be returned to their estate, Buckshaw, for a proper interment. When the train rolls into the village, someone gets crushed under the wheels of the train just moments after the victi...
How much did I love this story!! My favorite of the series so far. The writing is superb, the storyline engaging, and Flavia and household are always fun to spend time with. When I listen on Audible (on my work commute) Jayne Entwistle brings it all to life perfectly - she is an absolute delight ...
This was my favorite Flavia book to date. Without losing any of the charm and imagination, this installment seriously leveled up the intrigue. Bradley's handling of Flavia's steady ascent into young adulthood is spot on. The interweaving mysteries and reveals in this story are compelling without bec...
I’m not super in love with this book–it seemed sillier than the other Flavia books with all of the spy intrigue, and I felt like the story just keeps stringing us along without answering questions. I think I might be done with this series for now.
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