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The Grand Tour - Patricia C. Wrede, Caroline Stevermer
The Grand Tour
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3.55 235
Kate and Cecy and their new husbands, Thomas and James, are off on a leisurely tour of the Continent. But once they arrive in France, strange things start to happen. Cecy receives a mysterious package, Thomas's valet is assaulted, and Kate loses a glove. Soon it becomes clear that the newlyweds... show more
Kate and Cecy and their new husbands, Thomas and James, are off on a leisurely tour of the Continent. But once they arrive in France, strange things start to happen. Cecy receives a mysterious package, Thomas's valet is assaulted, and Kate loses a glove. Soon it becomes clear that the newlyweds have stumbled upon a magical plot to take over Europe, and they must embark on a daring chase to thwart the evil conspiracy. There's likely more trouble ahead--for when you mix Kate and Cecy and magic, who knows what's going to happen next!
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780152055561 (0152055568)
ASIN: 152055568
Publisher: HMH Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 469
Edition language: English
Series: Cecelia and Kate (#2)
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Community Reviews
waltzy
waltzy rated it
3.0 The Grand Tour
2.5 stars.I think the letter device worked better with the two of them on separate adventures - having Kate and Cecy directly corresponding was more fun and personal. In this one it felt more imbalanced, since Kate had a personal journal where she tended to talk about intimate moments with Thomas, a...
Tiana Smith
Tiana Smith rated it
3.0 The Grand Tour or The Purloined Coronation Regalia
I didn't like this one nearly as much as the first one. For one thing, it's a LOT longer, so it seems like it rambles through the plot until things start happening. For another, I kept getting the characters confused. There are a lot of secondary characters, true, but I mean I got the *main* charact...
crownoflaurel
crownoflaurel rated it
Kate was a bit of a wet blanket this time round, which was really irritating as three quarters of the book was from her perspective, instead of 50/50 between her and Cecy.
A Sea of Stars
A Sea of Stars rated it
3.0
Not quite as good as the first one. Still fun, humorous, and an very good read.
Jessie Reads Everything
Jessie Reads Everything rated it
5.0
I quite enjoyed this book. It wasn't as ingenious as the first with the letters being written back and forth but it had a lot of perks. It was full of adventure and tender moments. I think I may be more in love with the characters than I was before. It kept me on the edge of my seat the whole time. ...
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