This book has it all, a charming and witty (although skinless) hero, a tough and resourceful side-kick, lots of interesting supporting characters and an engrossing story.
The scene where Skuldugery's side-kick was trying to escape the underground house was a lot of fun.
I enjoyed all of the characters and the interesting story. I did not read the reference book first and look forward to listening to Little Fuzzy.
It made me take greater interest. I do not regularly read Fantasy, so was immediately intrigued by the idea of a classic and its updated treatment.
I do to know, but make both movies.
I enjoy the protagonist, who is an independent woman ahead of her time. I also love her grandfather.
The heroine learning to care for herself against obstacles, familial and sinister.
She is very good, brings distinction to each character. I can see each character in my imagination.
The story and reader kept me spellbound throughout the book. I am eager to acquire the next book in the series.
The teenage Miss Lumley (Lumeroo) was captivating as the protagonist and narrator.
I like the full book title minus the book number and hope that a screenplay or made-for-television mini-series is in the works.
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