The Madness Underneath
Publish date: February 26th 2013
Publisher: Putnam Juvenile
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
Series: Shades of London (#2)
For a series about Jack the Ripper this was boring. I didn't enjoy much of anything from this Maureen Johnson book (I usually do enjoy her). But the plot was lacking and things felt a bit out of place. Easily just a set up for book three. Rory is getting over the trauma she faced with Jack the Ri...
So much sadness even though I loved it! And it looks like there will be a vol 3 with the cliff-hanger ending. originally read 12/10/12re-read 11/10/14
2.5 starstl;dr this is how i felt reading this book: [[MORE]]Description Rory is in therapy over in Bristol with her parents after the Ripper incident. She hasn't heard anything from her other ghost-seeing friends, though she has talked to her Wexford friends a bit. But Rory is unhappy having to li...
This book was OK....but I don't think I'll be reading the next one to follow. I've given it a 3/5 because it was simply OK. It wasn't horrendous, but I did not enjoy reading it as much as the first instalment. *SPOILER ALERT* I feel as though it has fallen from an interestingly based criminal ser...
Can I be honest? I feel... a bit manipulated. I am going through a horrible reading slump right now, so I know that I am a lot less tolerant than I would have been prior to this dry spell. So my review of this book might be a bit harsher. I feel that despite my rather harsh criticism, I am being fai...